Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Tuesday--October 27th, 2015

UMass has their game notes for Ball State up.


Matty Vautour parses the unbeaten college football teams.


Dan Malone reports the Minutemen are slight underdogs against Ball State.

Coach Whipple says Sekai Lindsay's status is uncertain as of Monday. He said Marken Michel and James Oliphant look as if they will be available for Ball State. He does not mention Trey Seals or Kelton Brackett, both of whom did not dress for the Toledo game.

Cardinal QB Riley Neal, according to Whipple, continues to improve.

So far in 2015 Neal has gone 7 GP 121.6 EFF 156-260-2 60.0% 1522 yards 11 TD's 53 LONG 217.4 AVE.


Sports Chat place picks Ball State to win the game and cover the spread.

The News-Sentinel says the Cardinals are an improving but incomplete team.


Bob McGovern says Coach Whipple went for the future in last year's recruiting.


The UMass Daily Collegian says the Minutemen must play better in the easier section of their 2015 schedule.


Cleveland.com has the good and the bad from the MAC Conference's eighth week.


Toledo HC Matt Campbell said UMass was faking injuries to slow down the Rockets offense.


CBS Sports says the AAC leads the Group-of-Five conferences.


SB Nation awards Toledo's Matt Ely a half-a-Heisman for his performance against the Minutemen.


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