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Join us tonight from 7-8 p.m. at The Hangar Pub & Grill on University Drive in Amherst for the Bud Light UMass Football Show with head coach Mark Whipple. Player guests include junior wide receiver Tajae Sharpe and junior linebacker Jovan Santos-Knox. Coach Whipple and host Cody Chrusciel look back at the season opener against Boston College and preview the Minutemen's first-ever meeting against Pac12 opponent Colorado this Saturday.

Tonight's Bud Light UMass Football Show will stream live online at at 7 p.m. and will air on 105.5 FM (Springfield) and 1440 AM (Worcester) later this evening following the Boston Red Sox game. Fans can also listen live by downloading the TuneIn Radio app on their mobile devices. A podcast of the show will be available on Friday morning.

Submit a question for Coach Whipple by tweeting @UMassSportsNet or clicking here. Selected questions will be used during tonight's show.

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Midweek Coverage Of @UMassFootball Heading Into Colorado Game

Anthony Chiusano of the Daily Collegian recently spoke with interim head men's soccer coach Devin O'Neill regarding the challenge in front of him as he leads the UMass soccer program following the death of longtime head man Sam Koch.

MSOC Gameday Preview: at San Jose State (9/2/14)

UMass continues it's season-opening road trip to the west coast this week and will play San Jose State on Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT). It is the program's first venture to California since the 2004 campaign.

Massachusetts (0-1) at San Jose State (0-2) 
 Date Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 7:00 p.m. (EST)
 Location San Jose, Calif. | Spartan Soccer Field
 North side of Alma (between 10th Street & Senter Road) 
 Tickets Adults $5, Youth ages 12 & under $3, Youth in jersey $1
 Online Video watch TBA
 Promotions N/A
 Live Stats gametracker GameTracker
 Social Media
  @UMassAthletics | @UMassMensSoccer

Ross Gienieczko of the Daily Collegian has a touching article about the legacy of former men's soccer coach Sam Koch, along with the role the veteran players on the team will play in helping pass that legacy on to the younger players.

All-American tight end Kerry Taylor and linebacker Khari Samuel - both members of UMass' 1998 1-AA National Championship team coached by Mark Whipple - stopped by the UMass Sports Network booth at halftime of the Boston College game on August 30, 2014.

Daily Collegian Recap of Women's Soccer's Home Opener

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With its first issue of the academic year out today, the Daily Collegian has a recap of women's soccer's home opener vs. Providence. The Minutewomen tied the score on a last-second goal in regulation, but fell in OT to the Friars, 2-1.

Read: UMass women's soccer drops home opener

Postgame Coverage & Recaps From UMass-BC Game

In the first FBS meeting between UMass and Boston College, fans got a glimpse of what the rivalry could become. Despite the Eagles coming away with a 30-7 win, fans saw wall-to-wall coverage of the game leading up to kickoff and after the final moments ticked off the clock. Here's a sampling of the game recaps along with highlights.

UMass Vs. Boston College Game Day Headlines

Sunday's home opener for UMass women's soccer will mark the debut of retired jersey banners for alumnae April Kater '91 and Briana Scurry '95 at Rudd Field. The Minutewomen put together this special message for Kater, who attended the team's banquet last spring, to unveil her banner.