Thursday, October 22, 2015

Thursday-- October 22nd, 2015

The UMass football show is tonight at 7:00 pm.

UMass Sports Insider will also play at 4:30 PM today on NESN.


Matty Vautour reports the Minutemen defense is looking to create more turnovers.

Trey Seals and Kelton Brackett missed practice with injuries. Charan Singh and Peter Ngobidi returned to practice.


DaSean Downey pleads not guilty in regards to a fight last February.

Dan Crowley of the Gazette also covers the plea.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------ power ranks the MAC after week #7.

The Spread Insider looks at the Toledo-UMass game. say Toledo HC Matt Campbell is heading places.


Toledo is one of fourteen teams still unbeaten in 2015.

NewsOK looks at which of the unbeatens have the best chance of staying that way.


The Attleboro Band will take part in UMass Band Day.


ESPN lays off 300 workers.



Ben & Jerry's announces beer-flavored ice cream.



vetteson said...

I think coach Whipple has too much a business approach to the game, not someone I've ever seen to be inspirational. His dismissive comments about the kicking game and red zone issues do not reassure me. Their flat performance in the second half, especially in the third quarter, of every game reflects a passive attitude. Also, I think he needs to look at adding some option plays, especially in the red zone. We have 5 experienced backs and they all play sparingly or by committee. Try some two or three back sets in short yardage. Last week the pro-style offense was shut down. Not having a true tight end doesn't help the pro style either.

As often stated we are years away from having the depth we need or skill at all the skill positions.

I'm afraid this week is going to be similar to BGSU, but I hope I'm surprised.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^Good post, no blocking Tight end=no running game. Whip's attitude against the big boys carries over to the MAC. No more candy and ice cream at halftime.

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