Friday, November 07, 2014

Friday--November 7th, 2014

UMass center Matt Sparks and guard Fabian Hoeller have been named to the Capital One Academic All-District Football Team. Congrats to both with players who have tough majors in civil engineering and micro-biology.

UMass had two of the eleven MAC players named.


Rene Ingoglia's Twitter feed says he'll be doing the call of the UMass-Ball state next week. Rene is not only a UMass Hall-of-Famer, he did so well with UMass football broadcasting he was picked up by ESPN.


The Ball State Daily says NIU's rushing attack wore out the Cardinals defense.

If next Wednesday's game comes down to a field goal, Ball State has a kicker who has just been nominated for the Lou Groza Collegiate Kicking Award.


Western Michigan continues to be on a tear on recruiting.


Meanwhile, Blake Frohnapfel's old school Marshall is closing in on a major bowl.


A ESPN exec predicts the MAC tie-in Camellia Bowl will have a long history.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rene has done a great job in broadcasting high school games, and I'm very happy for him that he has a new opportunity with ESPN's weeknight broadcasts. Thanks for mentioning this.