The Minutemen passing attack of Ford, Breneman, Isabella gouge Wagner defense in snapping five-game losing skid.
Bilal Ally, Sekai Lindsay ready to go for UMass football if Marquis Young isn’t healthy for South Carolina
Marquis Young, who’s generated more than three-fourths of the Minutemen’s rushing attack this season, didn’t practice Tuesday after suffering an undisclosed injury against Louisiana Tech.
Cyr: UMass’ quarterback situation back open after Ross Comis replaces Andrew Ford in the fourth quarter against Tulane
Comis led the Minutemen on two scoring drives in the final quarter against the Green Waves after UMass generated just 83 total yards of offense combined in the second and third quarter.
Sophomore Marquis Young headlines the 2016 rushing attack for the Minutemen after a successful freshman 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.
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.
UMass spring football notebook: Ross Comis excited for quarterback competition, Marquis Young looks to build off last season’s late season surge
Comis, who will enter his redshirt sophomore season in 2016, appeared in six games this past season and is a frontrunner to take over as quarterback for the Minutemen.
The Minutemen will travel to Muncie, Indiana Saturday afternoon to face the MAC’s worst pass defense.
The freshman kicker saw his first game action Saturday at Notre Dame, converting on three PAT attempts, and is again competing for the starting job.
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.
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.
Here’s a comprehensive list of the newest prospective members of the Massachusetts football team.