Thursday, September 29, 2016

Thursday before Tulane--September 29th, 2016

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Matty Vautour reports Jalen Williams makes big plays while battling injuries.

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The UMass Daily Collegian says with a 63% completion ratio, Andrew Ford looks to lead the Minutemen for the foreseeable future.

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UMass' close loss to Mississippi State kept them out of ESPN's Bottom Ten.

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New Amherst restaurant Sunset Grill & Pizza will offer buy-one-slice, get one free if UMass beats Tulane Saturday.

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This article features RSSO DT Joe Previte 6-2 269. So far this year Previte has 4-2 GP-GS 2 UT 10 AT 12 TT 1.5-3 TFL and 1 fumble recovery (which was the one that ended FIU's chances).

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Tulane will feature a revamped offensive line against the Minutemen after starting center Junior Diaz suffered a season ending injury against Navy. John Leglue 6-7 298 will move to center and Kenneth Santa Marina 6-6 325 will move to Leglue's left tackle spot.

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Tulane HC Willie Fritz was pleased with the Green Wave's Wednesday practice.

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Tajae Sharpe was limited in Wednesday's Titan's practice due to a hamstring problem.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Previte has been a solid contributor and a pleasant surprise. I think he was originally a preferred walk on. He's got a great motor and is tough in the trenches.

Anonymous said...

Nice to see Uconn hired a Charley Molnar clone. Bob Diako is in way over his head, nothing but a cheerleader,talker and loser. That program is now #3 in New England for FBS. Another Notre Dame assistant hired because he was at Notre Dame. He has set that program back for a long, long time. For this reason Ihope Diaco stays forever.