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.

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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.

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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.

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Western Michigan continues to be on a tear on recruiting.

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

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

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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.