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Minutemen head to Ann Arbor looking for upset

By: Dan Gigliotti | September 15, 2010

After defeating Holy Cross last week, UMass has its hands full when it takes on FBS opponent Michigan this Saturday at noon at the Big House. The Minutemen haven’t beaten an FBS opponent in 16 years.

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Containing Robinson a must for Minutemen

By: Jay Asser | September 15, 2010

After torching both UConn and the Fighting Irish in consecutive weeks, Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson is the main focus for the UMass defense this Saturday.

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Despite outcome Saturday, Morris and Co. already winning on and off the field

By: Adam Miller | September 15, 2010

When the Minutemen face the Wolverines Saturday, UMass will play them as if they were any other opponent. Columnist Adam Miller examines that, regardless of the final score, with the success of Victor Cruz and Vlad Ducasse and the Colonial Clash in Oct., the Minutemen have a lot to be excited about.

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Lawrence looking to rebound from second injury in NFL

By: David Brinch | September 7, 2010

If there’s anyone who knows what it takes to come back from an injury, it’s UMass alum Matt Lawrence. This time, he’s doing it as a running back for the Baltimore Ravens.

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Holmes looks to lead on defensive side of the ball

By: Jay Asser | September 15, 2010

Tyler Holmes was named to the Preseason All-CAA team, the Sports Network Preseason Second Team and the Phil Steele Magazine CAA First team, along with other accolades. But all of this does not matter to Holmes, who looks to lead the Minutemen in 2010.

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Griffin hopes to help fill loss of Nelson in backfield

By: Dan Gigliotti | September 6, 2010

After Northeastern cut their football program after the 2009 season, UMass brought in tailback John Griffin, who still had one more collegiate year. Although it was a tough situation, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise for Griffin, along with the Minutemen, who hope to use Griffin with Jonathan Hernandez this season.

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