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
On March 24, UMass Football held its Pro day for athletes entering this years NFL draft. The draft begins April 28.
Senior wide receiver Tajae Sharpe was the Minutemen’s lone first team selection announced by the conference Wednesday afternoon.
After finishing their final season in the MAC, UMass will graduate a core group of seniors and embark on life as an independent.
Minutemen coach Mark Whipple walked out of his postgame press conference Saturday following a 20-13 loss on Senior Day.
Blake Frohnapfel was sacked six times and the Minutemen were limited to 250 yards on offense in Saturday’s loss.
After heightened expectations and a 1-8 start to the season, the Minutemen are underachieving and there’s no one answer to the problem.
The Minutemen couldn’t convert on their final drive in a 17-13 loss Saturday afternoon in Foxborough.
When the seniors on the UMass football roster were freshmen back in 2012, the Minutemen defeated the Zips 22-14.
The Minutemen look to secure their first win on the season away from the Bay State when it takes on Ball State Saturday.
The Minutemen will look to win their second game in a row in their MAC opener.
The Minutemen recorded three sacks and applied consistent pressure to carry UMass to its first victory of 2015.
The Minutemen’s defense held Florida International to just 188 total yards in their 24-14 win on Saturday.
The Minutemen look to take the next step in 2015, but have many questions entering the season.
With 19 returning starters and a favorable schedule, the Minutemen have high expectations, with a postseason berth in sight.
The Minutemen return four starters at linebacker, including redshirt sophomore Shane Huber, who last played in 2013 due to injury.
The Minutemen return to camp with an answer at quarterback and lofty expectations in their final year in the MAC.
The UMass football team returned to camp Monday with nothing but football on their minds.
UMass hopes JUCO transfer Jordin Hamilton will bolster depth to the Minutemen’s defensive secondary.
UMass coach Mark Whipple addresses areas of need entering the offseason while returning members of the Minutemen expressed optimism at the team’s chances in 2015.