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
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 finishing their final season in the MAC, UMass will graduate a core group of seniors and embark on life as an independent.
Blake Frohnapfel is one of 19 seniors who will be playing in their final collegiate games Friday in Buffalo.
The Minutemen have a chance to build their first winning streak of the season in a battle with the RedHawks at McGuirk Stadium.
When the seniors on the UMass football roster were freshmen back in 2012, the Minutemen defeated the Zips 22-14.
The Minutemen fell 20-10 against Ball State Saturday afternoon in Muncie, Indiana.
Despite leading 28-10 at the half, the Minutemen squandered its upset bid against the No. 19 Rockets in a lackluster second half.
The Minutemen allowed 38 unanswered points in the second half, erasing the 18-point lead they built in the first half.
The Minutemen face Florida International at McGuirk Stadium Saturday and are preparing amid change on the defensive side of the ball.
Five members of the MInutemen were named to the All-Mac first-team, tied for most in the conference.
A number of freshmen are making contributions for the UMass football team this season.