Sunday, October 30, 2016

Day after Wagner--October 30th, 2016

UMass rang up 507 total yards of offense against the Seahawks yesterday. Be sure to watch Adam Breneman's highlight one handed catch. He went 8-138 and 2 TD's. A good day for the offense. Could have been better as Isabella dropped a sure TD catch and Sekai Lindsay had two drops.

Wonder of wonders, we went 2-for-2 on field goal attempts. Logan Laurant had a 49 yard punting average to go with the two field goals. We're up to a stratospheric 33% in field goal percentage.!

The defense controlled a pretty good Wagner passing game. UMass had an unsportsmanlike penalty that kept the only Seahawk scoring drive alive.

We'll take the win and hope we get some of the walking wounded back for the last three games of the season.


UMass writeup here.

Wagner writeup here.


Dan Malone reports UMass ended a senior day losing streak.

Dan said the UMass passing game had some big numbers.

Matty Vautour reports UMass rolled over Wagner on Senior Day.

Matty also says the injuries to Marquis Young and John Robinson-Woodgett were not serious.

The UMass Daily Collegian says UMass scored early and often.


The Florida Gators are 6-1 after a 24-10 win over Georgia.

Boston College beat North Carolina State for their first ACC win in 700 days.

Florida International lost to Middle Tennessee.

Tulane blew a 10 point lead and lost to SMU.

Old Dominion beat UTEP and needs one win to be bowl eligible.

Louisiana Tech rang up 735 yards of offense in a 61-16 beatdown of Rice.

South Carolina held Tennessee to 21 points in a big upset over the Volunteers.

Troy had a bye.

BYU had a bye.

Hawaii lost to New Mexico.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I can't get excited about a win over a middling FCS team, even if we were in the FCS ourselves.

Still looking for the Win that establishes our presence in FBS. At this point, and as well as we have played in some losses, I don't know if any upset is coming this season. Any team we play is a potential upset now that we are independent, so a return to the MAC may not be such a bad idea--at least for a five-year plan to establish the program. Going independent has attracted some good recruits, but has done nothing for the consistency of play.