“If being a sports school means trading my experiences to be just another body at a press conference, then count me as someone who isn’t going to lose sleep over Jay Bilas and Dick Vitale not making regular visits here.” -Adam Miller
Collegian columnist Adam Miller believes that it’s time for NCAA football to ditch the subdivisions and be more like its counterpart in basketball. With the current set-up, the FCS is setting itself up for the end of several conferences.
Collegian Sports Editors Adam Miller and David Brinch weigh with their final thoughts on the 2010 Minutmen Football team, with their final position-by-position grades.
The Massachusetts women’s basketball team signed its third recruit of the November early signing period on Thursday in 6-foot-1 Rashida Timbilla. She averaged 20.4 points and 14.4 rebounds per game for the Kanata Cavs.
It wasn’t pretty, and it surely wasn’t easy, but the Massachusetts men’s basketball team finished off Sacred Heart on Wednesday with Anthony Gurley earning a team-high 18 points. While the victory encompassed a few different scorers, the Minutemen had a tough time starting right out of the gate.
Columnist Adam Miller goes inside the Atlantic 10 and reveals his predictions on what is going to happen in the division. The top of Miller’s table? Temple.
This Massachusetts men’s basketball team isn’t meant to revolve around players like Anthony Gurley and Gary Correia, but Collegian columnist Adam Miller believes they need to help the younger players develop a winning environment in order to turn the program around.
Point guard Jordan Laguerre is joining the Minutemen for the 2011-12 season. He is praised for his quickness and athleticism.
Collegian columnist Adam Miller writes of his journey to Philadelphia, Penn. to cover the Massachusetts women’s field hockey game against La Salle. Miller believes the Minutewomen are the best sports story of the semester at UMass, despite not getting the recognition of sports like football and basketball.
With two victories over WCU and the La Salle Explorers this weekend, UMass extended its winning streak to nine games, finishing undefeated in A-10 regular season play. The Minutewomen will look to make it back to the NCAA tournament when postseason play begins Nov. 5.
Six Daily Collegian staffers embark on a journey to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia. Follow our travel blog to keep up with this weekend’s adventure.
Collegian columnist Adam Millers discusses goalkeeper Chris Piekos and his role with the Minutemen. Piekos is not only a leader, but a supporter for the rest of the growing squad.
All the Massachusetts football team had to do is look at a ball that bounced off strong safety Shane Viveiros’s foot during its loss to New Hampshire to understand how things went so wrong so quickly.
Co-Sports Editors Adam Miller and David Brinch weigh in on the state of No. 8 UMass, which opens the second half of its season this weekend against the Spiders.
Collegian columnist Adam Miller believes the staple of the Massachusetts field hockey team this season has been the woman between the goal posts: Alesha Widdall. The junior is having the best season of her career, boasting a 1.25 goals-against average and a 0.816 save percentage.
Columnist Adam Miller goes into how even though the Massachusetts field hockey team has lost more games than its won so far this season, its still a strong candidate to win the Atlantic 10 conference.
The margin between the FBS and the FCS is much smaller than it used to be and that difference will only continue to shrink. Unlike the past, FBS coaches across the country are now vowing never to schedule an FCS team in order to avoid getting embarrassed at home.
When the Minutemen face the Wolverines Saturday, UMass will play them as if they were any other opponent. Columnist Adam Miller examines that, regardless of the final score, with the success of Victor Cruz and Vlad Ducasse and the Colonial Clash in Oct., the Minutemen have a lot to be excited about.
Even though the Massachusetts basketball team will play its preseason games within 90 miles of the Mullins Center, sports columnist Adam Miller believes that this can help the team gain the experience it needs to persevere in the Atlantic 10.
With the new realignment in collegiate football conferencing, the effects of the Big Ten and Big 12 adding new teams could trickle down and make an impact on UMass’ future in the CAA.