Thursday, October 29, 2015

Thursday--October 29th, 2015

UMass Football Show tonight at 7:00 PM. Audio should be available on WEEI Springfield.


Matty Vautour updates the UMass injury situation. Marken Michel and Trey Seals may make the Ball State trip, but it sounds as if they will be limited to being reserves. Whipple says Da'Sean Downey will start in place of Seals if needed.


The UMass Daily says UMass aims for their second win of the season at Ball State.

The Collegian reports the Minutemen are looking to turn their season around.


Sports Memo thinks there will be a lot of offense when the Cardinals and the Minutemen meet.


The Ball State website says the Cardinals are looking for a Halloween treat when UMass visits Saturday.


The Ball State Daily says the Cardinals' secondary is struggling. Hope that continues for another week.


NBC Sports says the Temple-Notre Dame game is good for both programs.

Philly Voice says Temple is finally having the last laugh on the the Big East.

ESPN picks the Irish by 18.


If you were at Gillette Saturday, you saw a promotion of students trying to toss mini-footballs into a container for a prize. Eastern Michigan will have the same type of promotion, except the prize is a year's free tuition. Sounds a lot more doable than a forty yard field goal.


The Buffalo News talks about the return of midweek MACtion.


BYU adds Southern Utah for their 2016 schedule. Life as an independent is tough. Check out the Cougars 2016 schedule:

BYU is scheduled to open the 2016 season against Arizona at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. Three weeks later, the Cougars face West Virginia at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.

Home opponents currently on BYU’s 2016 schedule include UCLA, Toledo, Mississippi State, SUU, UMass, and Utah State. The Cougars are slated to play at Utah, Michigan State, Boise State, and Cincinnati.


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