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Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has Shane Huber and Steve Casali as his No. 11 players to watch during the 2014 UMass football season. Last year, injuries cut short both their promising freshman seasons. Casali was hurt after just two games, while Huber played in eight with five starts at linebacker.



Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has a story focusing on rising sophomore linebacker Shane Huber who is recovering from a knee injury last season. While he has not been cleared yet for physical practice, Huber has been preparing for the season by working on his upper body strength, learning the playbook and being at practice each day.

Nick Canelas of the Daily Collegian spoke with UMass football coach Mark Whipple and freshman linebacker Shane Huber about the announcement earlier this week that the 2015 season would be the last for the Minutemen as members of the MAC.

Gazette: Freshman LB Shane Huber happy to be a Minuteman

University of Massachusetts freshman linebacker Shane Huber (8) jokes with teammates including Jaurice Jones, third from left, and Derek Beck (89) while waiting to have pictures taken at media day Tuesday at McGuirk Stadium.
 JERREY ROBERTS

Matt Vautour has a story on Shane Huber and his path to UMass as a highly touted recruit. Huber will move to outside linebacker for the Minutemen after playing mostly inside linebacker in high school.

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