Friday, October 23, 2015

Friday--October 23rd, 2015

Matty Vautour reports UMass faces an uphill battle against #19 Toledo.

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Dan Malone has video of Coach Whipple discussing defensive injuries and Toledo's dominate running game.

The Rockets average 204.5 yards/game rushing. That works out to 5.4 yards/rush. To make matters more more impressive, their star running back, Kareem Hunt missed the first two games with a hamstring.

Dan also has a podcast with Nick Piotrowicz of the Toledo Blade.

Dan also has a video presentation about UMass alumni returning to McGuirk for Homecoming.

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The UMass Daily Collegian says UMass looks to regain its focus.

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The Lexington Herald-Leader previews the Rockets-Minutemen game.

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Rotoworld previews Saturday's game and discusses Rockets' QB Phili Ely. Ely's Toledo bio.

Rotoworld also wonders if Blake Frohnapfel is playing hurt.

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NESN picks Toledo.

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MLive picks the Rockets.

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BC Interruption looks at if Eagles fans should care about playing UConn.

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Cleveland.com says Bowling Green and QB Matt Johnson are on an offensive roll.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

A classic "mismatch" here . . . Toledo is allowing no sacks, we've allowed 18 already, their running game is the best in the league, we are near the bottom, they are leaders in takeaways and turnover margin, were the worst or near the bottom. Their defense is only allowing 13 points were around 35. Need anymore reasons? Tom M'72

vetteson said...

A hundred trick plays...............