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Photo: UM hosts NJIT, seeks 3-0 start
Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette previews the 2-0 Minutemen's game on Thursday night against NJIT at the Mullins Center. Among the storylines that Vautour points out are the resurgence of Terrell Vinson and Andrew McCarthy playing against his brother.

UMass men's basketball seeks 3-0 start against New Jersey Tech - Hampshire Gazette

Collegian: Four new Minutemen to take the floor

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Jackson Alexander of the Daily Collegian has a story in Thursday's basektball preview issue on the four new Minutemen that will be taking the court this season. Freshman Caddy Lalanne, redshirt sophomore transfer Chaz Williams, and redshirt freshmen Maxie Esho and Andrew McCarthy all have to opportunity to contribute to the Minutemen in 2011-12 at various levels. Alexander provides some insight into how each could make a contribution.

Four new Minutemen to take the floor - Daily Collegian
Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has a nice story today on redshirt freshman center Andrew McCarthy. Vautour talks about the anticipated matchup with McCarthy's brother's team, NJIT, and Coach Kellogg talks about how the 7-footer could help the Minutemen against some of the bigger post players on the schedule.

Vautour also hits on a few other interesting topics in the notebook, including a possible appearance by Marcus Camby in Amherst, the closed scrimmage against Drexel, advice for Chaz Williams from Edgar Padilla, and Tony Gaffney and Ricky Harris facing each other in Germany.

Walk-on big man Andrew McCarthy hopes to see some action for Minutemen - Hampshire Gazette

Daily Collegian's Mega Preview Of UMass Basketball

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Here are stories on the UMass basketball team as the Minutemen prepare to face Sacred Heart tonight at the Mullins Center. The Daily Collegian ran its 2010-11 season preview with tons of coverage on the Maroon & White.
• Daily Collegian: Playing hoops with Derek Kellogg
• Daily Collegian: Walk-ons show promise, potential
• Daily Collegian: A look at the 2010-11 Minutemen
• Daily Collegian: Atlantic 10 Predictions
• Daily Collegian: Sophomores primed to make jump
The Daily Hampshire Gazette has various basketball notes including an update on Gary Forbes, who is impressing with the Denver Nuggets.

Former Minuteman Tony Gaffney, who announced on Facebook that he had been cut by the Celtics on Saturday, also used the popular social networking site to say that he'd signed a contract to play in Turkey: "Got a contract offer from Turkey that was impossible to turn down, shipping out tomorrow night! If anyone wants to reach me while I'm out there, ya best bet is through Facebook or Twitter. See y'all around Christmas. Take care."

In addition to 7-footer Andrew McCarthy, West Springfield native Jordan Couture will also walk-on to the UMass roster. Couture, a 6-foot-3 freshman guard starred at Cathedral and is coach Derek Kellogg's godson. Bud Gaffney, Tony's younger brother who was a walk-on last year, has not returned to the Minutemen, according to Kellogg. Reader Comments On McCarthy Story

| 2 Comments | No TrackBacks has comments about the story Ron Chimelis wrote about possible basketball walk-on Andrew McCarthy. If you missed the story, read it here from the Springfield Republican.

7-Foot McCarthy Could Join Minutemen As Walk-On

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It all started with an email, as UMass could be welcoming its third 7-footer in program history in 2010-11. Scituate native Andrew McCarthy is attempting to walk-on with the Minutemen this season as a freshman after going largely unrecruited. Read Ron Chimelis' feature on the big man in the Springfield Republican.