Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Wednesday--September 30th, 2015

UMass upgrades its concessions choices at McGuirk.

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The MAC site has Tuesday's MAC coaches teleconference audio.

Bob McGovern reports on Whipple's comments.

Mike Chiarelli of Maroon Musket reports on Marquis Young's increasing presence in the UMass backfield.

Mark reports Khary Bailey-Smith is out for the season with a knee injury. Kelton Brackett is also injured.

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Matty Vautour reports on the loss of Khary Bailey-Smith and Jalen Williams.

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Speedy freshman Andy Isaella will see an expanded role.

John Robinson-Woodgett will be a rare two-way player in FBS football.

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Andrew Cyr of the Daily Collegian has a post on UMass' injury situation.

Cyr says Saturday is a must win situation for the Minutemen.

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A FIU student newspaper writer says the Panthers should win against "bottom feeder" UMass.

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CBS Sports has UMass-FIU as one of its top-10 under-and-over picks.

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Hustle Belt's Brandon Fitzsimons picks the Minutemen over the Panthers.

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Cleveland.com has the MAC by the numbers after week #4.

Bowling Green goes for their 13th straight Division win.

QB Tom Woodson has turned around Akron's season.

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OT, but 247Sports has UMass #1 in the A10 and #17 nationally in basket recruiting for 2016.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Crazy that the new UMASS marketing team has yet to promote football or basketball tickets in the WMASS area. Hey guys...it's time.