The Minutemen finished the 2016 season with a 2-10 record, and have now dropped to 10-50 since making the leap to FBS football five years ago.
Minutemen let up two Bulldog touchdowns in 11 second span in second half en route to losing all three games at Gillette Stadium this season, writes @Kyle_DaLuz.
Bulldogs wide receiver Carlos Henderson finished with 12 receptions for 326 passing yards and five touchdowns passes to lead the La. Tech passing attack.
The Minutemen’s 56-28 loss against the Bulldogs Saturday at Gillette Stadium was one in the same for UMass.
The Minutemen look to snap a three-game losing streak and turn around their season as they prepare for the Bulldogs at Gillette Stadium.
Teddy Lowery, Steve Casali make impact with limited snaps from Shane Huber
The Minutemen couldn’t complete fourth quarter rally in falling to second Southeastern Conference team this season.
The Minutemen were outscored 28-7 in the third quarter, as the Minutemen fell to the Bulldogs 47-35 at Gillette Stadium.
The Minutemen held a lead for the majority of the first half and again in the third quarter before eventually falling to SEC foe Mississippi State at Gillette Stadium.
Injured starter Comis looks to be sidelined for another week while transfer Ford is taking the reigns under center for the second consecutive week.
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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 Minutemen accumulated only 122 yards of total offense Saturday afternoon against rival Boston College.
Coming off a strong performance against Florida, the Minutemen look to pick up their first win of the season against the Eagles.
In a sports-crazed region, Massachusetts collegiate football takes a back seat to the pro teams in the area.
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.
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple stressed after Saturday’s game that UMass could not win matchups on the offensive line and out wide against the Zips.
When the seniors on the UMass football roster were freshmen back in 2012, the Minutemen defeated the Zips 22-14.
The Broncos maintained their perfect record in MAC play while the Chippewas won a defensive battle.