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.
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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.
Lots of coverage from the first week of preseason training camp. The Minutemen held their first two-a-day session on Saturday with a scrimmage during the afternoon practice.
The team had Sunday off with the exception of meetings in the afternoon and evening. UMass will hold another two-a-day on Monday as the work week begins again.
UMass football training camp 2013: Strength coach Mike Golden drawing rave reviews from players and coaches | masslive.com
UMass football training camp 2013: Sophomore center Matt Sparks stepping into veteran role on the offensive line | masslive.com
UMass football training camp 2013: Colter Johnson hoping to build on last season's success | masslive.com
Jordan Broadnax's experience makes him front-runner for starting running back job, but competition looms | Daily Collegian Sports
Charley Molnar compares first practice of 2012 to 2013: 'It's a night and day difference' | Daily Collegian Sports
UMass football training camp 2013: First practice means a fresh start for three fifth-year transfers | masslive.com
UMass football training camp 2013: Charley Molnar looking for growth from key sophomores | masslive.com
Harry Plumer of the Springfield Republican has a feature on Stanley Andre who is having a standout camp as a defensive end. Andre was asked to switch from his natural linebacker position to defensive end and has made the transition seamlessly.