Monday, September 21, 2015

Monday--September 21st, 2015

Now that the hangover from the weird events at the end of the Temple game has started to wear off, I'm feeling pretty good about UMass.

Since the Minutemen moved to FBS, we've beaten some really bad teams. The game against the Owls was the first time UMass was trading punches with a good team. We didn't win, but you know nothing comes easy for us. If Temple is the best in the AAC, then the Minutemen, with Coach Whipple, can play in that league.

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From Sunday's Berkshire Eagle: UMass finds a new way to lose.

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Rant Sports says the Owls had a poor game plan against the Minutemen. This article is the result of writing a story without reading the stats. Temple actually rushed 37 times. The UMass defense held the Owls to 1.8 yards a rush, so Temple was forced to throw the ball.

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Dan Malone has late kicking woes continue to plague the Minutemen.

Dan has the Temple game by the numbers.

Dan says the Minutemen need to shake off Saturday's loss.

The Minutemen open as a 28.5 underdog to the Irish.

Dan has the UMass bowl watch.

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Fox Sports reports Notre Dame can continue to win with DeShone Kizer. Deshone Kizer's Notre Dame bio.

Notre Dame Insider says it's all about moving on for the Irish.

NBC Sports has the good, the bad, and the ugly from the Notre Dame-Georgia Tech game.

From Brian Kelly's Sunday press conference:" (on UMass) They had Temple beat."

ESPN says the Irish's game against Georgia Tech raised their playoff chances.

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Kelton Brackett #1
Under Dog Dynasty reports Kelton Brackett and other former UAB players continue to make their mark in college football.

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