Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Game Day Ball State--November 12th, 2014


Well, there is a chance of showers early today, but clearing by afternoon. Cloudy late, but cloud cover will keep it warmer.

This is the start of the home stretch for the Minutemen. UMass' offense gives us a chance to win all three of the remaining games. As UMass fans, we've had to put up with a lot of snark the last three years. Closing 2014 with a win streak would be balm to my maroon & white soul. Hope to see everybody there and waive the the ESPN cameras!

Go UMass!!!

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Where to catch the game if you can't make it to Amherst.

ESPN broadcast crew meets with Coach Whipple
Dan Malone reports on what to watch for in tonight's game.

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Matty Vautour says UMass returns to action against Ball State tonight.

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Jesse Allen of Hustle Belt previews tonight's MACtion between the Minutemen and the Cardinals.

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The Boston Herald says the Minutemen play in prime time.

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The News-Sentinel says Ball State needs a win to stay bowl eligible.

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The UMass Daily Collegian say Jean Sifrin is rested and ready to go.

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In last night's MACtion, NIU won the MAC West and Buffalo upset Akron. If you missed the game last night, Toledo was down to playing its fourth string QB.

The MAC website previews tonight's league games.

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CBS Sports still has UMass in their Bottom 25.

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ESPN reports 117 teams have been eliminated and 17 remain in contention for the first college football playoff.

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