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Bud Light UMass Football Radio Show Podcast Now Available (10/18)

If you missed the Bud Light UMass Football Show last night at the Hangar Pub & Grill, you can listen back to the podcast presented by the UMass Sports Network. In addition to Coach Charley Molnar, Josh Maurer and Matt Goldstein had fifth-year senior offensive tackle David Osei and redshirt junior linebacker Stanley Andre as the player guests.

Join us an hour earlier for the Bud Light UMass Football Show With Charley Molnar at the Hangar Pub & Grill on University Drive. The show will begin at a special time of 6 PM and will be hear live on 105.5 FM WEEI Springfield. 

If you can make it in person, you can listen live at http://player.tritonmedia.com/entercom/WWEIFM or on your mobile device by downloading the TuneIn App and going to 105.5 FM WEEI.

Tonight's special guests will be linebacker Stanley Andre and offensive tackle David Osei.

Send in a question to be answered on the air at http://www.umassathletics.com/ot/ask-coach.html or Tweet your question to @UMassSportsNet.

Boston Globe: With transfers, UMass football hoping to go places

Emily Kaplan of the Boston Globe has a feature on UMass' three fifth-year transfers in Ricardo Miller, David Osei, and Justin Anderson. The trio joined the Minutemen during the offseason and will make a big impact on the team this season. Last year, UMass also had three transfers in Michael Cox, Hafis Williams and Deion Walker. Cox was drafted following the season by the New York Giants.

[Charley] Molnar is trying to build a culture. It's a culture Miller, Osei, and Anderson are already familiar with.

"The guys on our team right now only have one year of 1-A experience under their belt," Molnar said. "The transfers have four years of experience. They've been there, done that."

They've played meaningful games in big stadiums. They've also all earned degrees.

"The three are leaders," Molnar said. "And add a maturity level to our team as we continue to grow."


Maroon Musket: Offensive Line Deeper, But Still Young

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Bob McGovern of the Maroon Musket has a look at the offensive line which he says is deeper than last year, but still youthful in certain areas. Outland Trophy candidate Anthony Dima along with Matt Sparks are the two returning starters, while Rutgers transfer David Osei and fifth-year senior Vincent Westcarr should provide veteran leadership as well.


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