Andrew Cyr of the Daily Collegian takes a look at Saturday's game at Toledo for the UMass football team with a specific focus on the Rockets' run game which is one of the best in the nation. The challenge he says will be for the UMass front seven to contend with a talented and experienced Toledo offensive line and a trio of running backs that all have different styles.
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Here's a look at some of the headlines on Thursday as the Minutemen get their final practice in this afternoon before departing tomorrow for Miami (Ohio).
- UMass notebook: Mark Whipple leaves decisions on head injuries to medical staff | GazetteNet.com
- UMass linebacker Jovan Santos-Knox: 'There's no excuse for losing' when the Minutemen score 42 points against an opponent | masslive.com
- After breakout game last week, UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel looking for offense to get even better | masslive.com
- Heavy offensive line rotation helping to keep UMass blockers fresh as Minutemen look to cure running game woes | masslive.com
- In a battle of winless teams, the Minutemen are hungry to get their first win of the season at Miami (OH) : The Daily Collegian
- UMass football rushing attack bogged down by minor mistakes : The Daily Collegian
- UMass tight end Jean Sifrin focused on helping the Minutemen earn a victory : The Daily Collegian
- UMass releases nonconference football contracts | GazetteNet.com
- Recovering from injury, UMass linebacker Shane Huber likely to redshirt 2014 season | masslive.com
Mark Chiarelli of the Daily Collegian has a feature on the UMass defense and how Kassan Messiah and Trey Seals are looking to play major roles as pass rushers in the new 3-4 scheme.
Matt Vautour of the Daily Hampshire Gazette has a feature story today looking at the UMass football linebackers. The group may be one of the more athletic groups on the roster and with the switch to a 3-4 defense will have a chance to make a big impact in 2014.