Friday, September 04, 2015

Friday--September 4th, 2015

Florida International pulled off an upset by beating UCF (a team many pundits picked to win the AAC East) by the score of 15-14.

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Hawaii beat Colorado 28-20. More here.

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VMI, one of the traditionally weaker FCS teams, scored 36 points in their loss to Ball State.

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Villanova turned the ball over and missed a chip shot field goal and lost to UConn 15-20.

San Jose State rolled over New Hampshire 43-13. All the college football scores here.

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Stacey Bedell was running well against Toledo, but weather canceled the game.

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All the MAC results here.

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After a walk-through at Gillette, UMass football had a day at the beach.

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Matty Vautour reports UMass is preparing for mile high Boulder. He says three true freshman players have made the travel squad to Colorado: RB Sekai Lindsay, K Mike Caggiano and DB James Oliphant.

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The Boston Herald says the Minutemen are eyeing a winning season.

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The UMass Daily Collegian reports on the kicking competition between Blake Lucas and Mike Caggiano.

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Cincinnati.com says the Miami Redhawks are young and ready to improve.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought CMU played OSU well for much of the game. I plan to watch WMU tonight. Should be a game that reveals a lot about the strength of the MAC.

Anonymous said...

Frank, what do you think will happen with the Toledo-SBU game? No contest? Tie? Win to Toledo? Finish at a later date? Seems to me that there is much at stake for Toledo here especially if the school figures to compete for the MAC title and a bowl birth?

UMass74 said...

From what I've read, the game will not be made up.

As you say, this could affect Toledo's bowl chances by having one less win.