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.


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


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


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


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).


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.


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


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



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.