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.
Sophomore Marquis Young headlines the 2016 rushing attack for the Minutemen after a successful freshman season.
After losing eight starters to graduation, the Minutemen’s defense has a much different look filled with underclassmen and junior-college transfers heading into the season.
In their first season as an independent, the Minutemen attempt to knock off the rust and gauge competition levels of new and returning players as the football season commences.
UMass football coach Mark Whipple announces Ross Comis as starting quarterback, transfer Andrew Ford close behind
Comis appeared in six games for the Minutemen in 2015 serving as Blake Frohnapfel’s backup.
Shape was selected in the fifth round (140th overall) by the Tennessee Titans Saturday afternoon.
The Minutemen football team will travel to Sanford Stadium in 2018, while the men’s basketball team will partake in a home-and-home series set to begin in 2017-18
UMass football spring game quick hits: Brandon Mangram, Randall West impress in low-scoring exhibition
Team White won Friday night’s matchup over Team Maroon 6-3 at McGuirk Stadium.
After making the full-time switch from linebacker to fullback during spring practice, Robinson-Woodgett led all Minutemen with 13 carries and 66 yards on the day.
The Minutemen lose two starters from last year’s team, forcing two returnees to switch positions while learning under new offensive line coach Mike Foley.
UMass quarterback Ross Comis using spring practices as time to get acclimated to starting role, relationship with receivers
Shakur Nesmith is the lone returning Minutemen receiver that caught touchdown pass in 2015 season.
After appearing in all 36 games during his career with the Minutemen and starting every game the past two season, Angeh will be looked upon to make big stops if they want to succeed in 2016.
Former Minutemen talked about the money aspect of football and whether or not college football players should be payed Thursday at UMass’ annual Pro Day.
On March 24, UMass Football held its Pro day for athletes entering this years NFL draft. The draft begins April 28.
After being released from the Indianapolis Colts where he was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2015, Sifrin showcased his skills for 19 NFL teams and plans on playing in the inaugural season for Major League Football.
UMass Football held their annual pro day on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at McGuirk Stadium in Amherst, Massachusetts.
The former UMass wide receiver and NFL Draft hopeful didn’t participate in running drills Thursday but displayed his route running in front of several NFL scouts.
With Jovan-Santos Knox no longer with the Minutemen, Huber is ready to embrace the “mike” linebacker position and lead both vocally and by example.