Friday, November 28, 2014

Game Day---Buffalo November 28th, 2014

We had 15+ inches of snow yesterday. Our internet service was down most of the day, but the power stayed on, which was a blessing because everybody was coming to our house for Thanksgiving dinner. No TV either, because our satellite dish on the roof is buried.

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All right, let's close out 2014 with a victory. The day is going to be chilly, but partly sunny. Four wins will be a good step up from 1. The Minutemen have enough talent to beat the Bulls even without Blake Frohnapfel.

We need to run the rock, not turn the ball over and score some points. UMass still has Tajae Sharpe, Jean Sifrin and a good offensive scheme. UMass needs to play with emotion and send the seniors out with a win.

I'll be there and hope to see a good crowd of UMass fans too.

Let's go UMass!!!

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Dan Malone says UMass looks to finish the season on a high note.

Dan has media information for those who can't make it to Amherst.

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Matty Vautour reports UMass seniors prepare for their final game.

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Jesse Allen of Hustle Belt looks at the Minutemen-Bulls game.

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The Buffalo News picks the Bulls 34-16.

The Buffalo News says the Bulls offensive line takes their final bow.

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The Boston Herald says Austin Whipple is in line for his second start.

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Stanley Andre #35/ click on image for a larger view
The UMass Daily Collegian reports Stanley Andre reflects on his UMass career.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fair catches, staying with a QB who puts up a goose egg in the first half, no wildcat until the third quarter. No blitzing on defense, and you say the players were not giving it their all. I love what Coach Whipple has done this year, but he set the tone the last couple of games. The Buffalo QB had enough time to safely go to his 4th or 5th options, without fear of getting hit. The players could see the coach did not give it his all, so why should they. Has Whipple ever won a game when the temp is below 32 degrees?