Nick Souza, Kyle Daluz, and Chris Marino each discuss their biggest take aways from the previous week including: rookie quarterback play, the AFC west, and league wide kicking woes.
The Minutemen host FIU at McGuirk Stadium hoping to best the Golden Panthers for the second consecutive season.
After facing two of the nation’s best defenses, the Minutemen return to McGuirk to face Florida International.
Minutemen look to break out in the run game against a struggling Golden Panthers run defense.
Notebook: Wrapping up UMass football’s loss to Boston College, former Minutemen receivers shine in NFL week one
Tajae Sharpe and Victor Cruz both made significant impacts in their respected games Sunday afternoon.
UMass Football lost to Boston College 26-7 at Gillette Stadium on Saturday September 10, 2016. Photos by Judith Gibson-Okunieff and Christina Yacono.
The Minutemen allowed eight sacks enroute to 26-7 loss against the Eagles.
The Eagles outgained the Minutemen by 176 yards, scored 26 unanswered points in the “Battle of the Bay State” at Gillette Stadium.
The Minutemen accumulated only 122 yards of total offense Saturday afternoon against rival Boston College.
Nick Souza, Chris Marino, and Kyle DaLuz pick the winners and losers for the week 1 on the season.
The Collegian’s sports team breaks down the challenges the Minutemen face in the upcoming 2016 season.
The Minutemen face difficult task in first season as FBS independent with a loaded schedule featuring three teams from the Southeastern Conference.
Cyr: With external expectations at an all-time low, UMass football needs to give the fans a reason to invest in the future
With a group of talented starters graduating last season, The Minutemen entered 2016 ranked dead-last in numerous national preseason polls
Coming off a strong performance against Florida, the Minutemen look to pick up their first win of the season against the Eagles.
After sitting behind Blake Frohnapfel for the past two seasons, quarterback Ross Comis is ready to lead the Minutemen in their first season as an FBS Independent.
UMass football reacts to tough loss against Florida and prepares for in-state matchup with the Eagles this Saturday.
Andrew Ford gets ready to play for his third college football team in as many years after his transfer to UMass this past summer.
Notebook: UMass coach Mark Whipple reflects on Florida, looks ahead to Boston College in weekly conference call
Whipple praised the play of both Andy Isabella and Ross Comis in Saturday’s game against the Gators.
The Minutemen hang tough against No. 25 Florida before fading late in Gainesville, 24-7.
The Minutemen are heavy underdogs as they prepare for their season-opener with Gators.