Sunday, December 17, 2017

UMass Football Recruiting--Joseph Girard III

Joseph Girard III, a 6-1 180 pound QB from Glens Falls, NY has Tweeted he's received an offer from UMass.

He's also a three-star hoops prospect. has football video.

This article features Girard as a two-sport athlete.

This article says Girard could be open to playing both sports.

Scored 60 points in a game recently.

Girard has 14 hoops offers including BC and Penn State.

Tulane has also offered in football.


Anonymous said...

Frank- love it! Thanks for posting on Sunday’s. You never ask for anything. #1 UMass football fan. Can’t believe some fans who donate $50 and now think UMass owes them road tickets, swag, and free publicity for their F-bomb infested podcasts about hoops.

Anonymous said...

Ditto. I look forward to your blogs every morning. Your commitment, time and effort is greatly appreciated!!!!

We need to grow enthusiasm for the program and your efforts help. Keep up the great work!!!

Anonymous said...

The only thing this post is missing is a SMFH. I actually just subscribed to their podcast and think they do a nice job. The negativity from SMFH gets a little old. Enjoy the hoops & hockey success along with the positive momentum with football!!!!

That said, Frank is the best and this blog continues to be the first website I check every morning. I'm really looking forward to kickoff in 18.

Anonymous said...

Adding on here...I'm way out here in Seattle and check in to this site every day to get a shot of family and feel a part of what we're trying to do with Football. It's so comprehensive that I don't need to go look around Google news to scrape anywhere else. It's a great resource. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Ditto. I've checked this blog everyday for about 10 years now. Without this we'd have nothing. You should be employed as the head of advertising through the university.

UMass74 said...

Thanks for the kind words. I try to keep the blog information-heavy with lots of links. I figure the readers are intelligent enough to draw their own conclusions about the quality of the original writing I link to.

Usually any UMass Football news is better than none, even if the association is sometimes tenuous :)