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Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has a story on a quick transition back to quarterback for Todd Stafford for the Minutemen's final game of the season. UMass head coach Mark Whipple converted the former QB to a tight end during summer camp, but says the move back is being made to help preserve the redshirt status of AJ Doyle and Ross Comis if an emergency quarterback is needed in the Buffalo game.

John Connolly put together a story for the Boston Herald covering UMass football redshirt-freshman Todd Stafford's switch from quarterback to tight end. Stafford took snaps under center while redshirting the 2013 season before the 6-foot-7, 250-pound native of Riverside, Connecticut, switched roles ahead of fall camp.

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Todd Stafford trades QB role for TE | Boston Herald

Highlights & Coverage Of UMass Football Spring Game

The defense looked impressive throughout the night turning in several highlight plays, but wide receivers Jalen Williams and Shakur Nesmith each put on displays for the offense with several outstanding plays of their own as Team Minutemen defeated Team UMass in the annual Spring Game on Wednesday night at McGuirk Stadium.

Maroon Musket: UMass' New Gunslinger

Bob McGovern of the Maroon Musket has a feature piece on freshman quarterback Todd Stafford who was the first commitment to the program for this year's freshman class.

Republican: Charley Molnar practice soundbites, Aug. 12

Dan Malone of the Springfield Republican has soundbites from UMass football head coach Charley Molnar following practice on Monday. Molnar spoke about where the team was progress-wise, on the increased size of the wide receiver corps, on kicker Blake Lucas, on tailback Jordan Broadnax and on freshman quarterback Todd Stafford.