Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Tuesday--September 22nd, 2015


UMass has its game notes for Notre Dame up. Never thought I'd be typing that sentence :)

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MassLive has the MAC Power rankings after Week #3.

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Matty Vautour says the UMass RB situation is still fluid.

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If you wonder what's going on in the game results poll, a Notre Dame message board linked to the blog and asked it's readers to vote Notre Dame as the 21+ points favorite.

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Blue & Gold Illustrated previews the Irish-Minutemen game.

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelley says the Irish depth chart has a breaking point.

The Irish want to avoid the triple-option hangover.

Backup QB DeShone Kizer was solid in his first start.

Notre Dame climbs to a #9 ranking in the latest AP poll.

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Sports Chat Place says take UMass and the points.

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Philly Local has Temple's studs and duds against the Minutemen.

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Former UMass assistant coach Gerard Wilcher (1997-2000) is coaching at Williams.

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The Detroit News says the MAC continues to hold its own.

USA Today has Ohio as one of the most surprising 3-0 teams.

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3 comments:

vetteson said...

I agree with the host blogger that UMass can play in the AAC. They played at Temple's level, despite many mistakes and penalties, and were in a position to win the game. But winning and almost winning are the two things the team still needs to overcome. A few more players with a little more size, speed, and talent, and UMass wins the game.

izy1 said...

Amen

Anonymous said...

It looked like that last year against Colorado and look what they did to UMass this year.