After a 48-14 blowout loss against Colorado in week one, the Minutemen’s season is still far from over, writes Andrew Cyr.
A ranked SEC opponent falls late to Toledo, while Bowling Green airs it out in College
Looking to avenge last season’s head-to-head loss, the Minutemen were overpowered 48-14 by the Buffs.
The Daily Collegian breaks down UMass football’s most pivotal season in the FBS era.
The Minutemen look to take the next step in 2015, but have many questions entering the season.
With a platoon of talent returning, anything short of a bowl game will be a failed season for the Minutemen.
After last season’s heartbreaking loss to the Buffs at Gillette Stadium, the Minutemen travel to Boulder on Saturday looking to return the favor.
Sharpe, the Minutemen’s softspoken leader and standout receiver, is ready for what appears to be a milestone senior season
With 19 returning starters and a favorable schedule, the Minutemen have high expectations, with a postseason berth in sight.
Colton will be playing more of a “rover” position in 2015 for the Minutemen with added depth to the secondary
UMass football notebook: Blake Lucas named starting placekicker, Lindsay and Edmonds to miss opener against Colorado
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple named Lucas UMass’s starter following a three-week battle in camp.
Mark Whipple said the Minutemen’s starting placekicker will be announced early next week.
Since moving to receiver last week, Jackson Porter is expected to step in and contribute for the Minutemen’s offense.
Coming off a positive finish to 2014 and a standout spring game, Kitching looks forward to taking on an increased role in the Minutemen’s defense.
UMass coach Mark Whipple announced Jackson Porter will move from cornerback to wide receiver while AD Ryan Bamford announced the completion of the Minutemen’s 2016 schedule.
Downey, a sophomore, is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 21 at Eastern Hampshire District Court in Belchertown.
Joe Colton sat down at Thursday’s Media Day to discuss the Minutemen’s 2015 expectations and how he’s preparing for his senior season.
The Minutemen return four starters at linebacker, including redshirt sophomore Shane Huber, who last played in 2013 due to injury.
UMass football fall camp: Jamal Wilson returns from injury with confidence he is ‘main guy’ at running back
Coming off a broken ankle against Vanderbilt last season, Jamal Wilson said he’s 100 percent healthy and confident that he’s the “main guy” in the Minutemen’s running back corps.
A physical Lindsay and speedy Isabella hope to prove enough in fall camp to earn regular season reps in the backfield for the Minutemen.