Monday, October 31, 2016

Monday before Troy--October 31st, 2016

Adam Breneman hightlights. Breneman has gone 52-622 6 TD's. He's #1 in total receptions for a TE, tied for #1 in TD's and second to yards by a TE.


Ross Comis and Shane Huber both had successful ACL repairs. Huber was having an excellent season before he was injured. However, with two ACL tears, maybe he should consider life after football. He's got a lot of life to live after he graduates.



UMass is a 21 point underdog to Troy according to Las Vagas odds.

Keepers College football ratings has Troy by 28+ (.pdf download). Keepers has UMass at #117 nationally (another .pdf download).


The UMass Daily Collegian says the Minutemen put it all together in the game against Wagner.


The State says South Carolina's defense turned it around after "letting up" on UMass. Yeah, right.


The Salt Lake Triburne says the rested Cougars are ready for the last third of their season.


The Montgomery Advertizer says Neal Brown is a bright young coach and has a bright future.



Anonymous said...

Breaks my heart that Huber was injured. Great player. Your words of advice are sad but so important for young people to consider after experiencing such serious injuries. I'm guessing Huber will be back next year. I wish him a very speedy and excellent recovery.

Anonymous said...

Memo to UMass: bring back football and basketball coaches shows. The current show is almost unlistenable. Taped segments, soccer, field hockey, and other olympic sports are not that interesting(check attendance). Another area where the athletic department has taken a step back.