Game 3: FAU

Ringing the Bell on a new era of UM Football.
Jack
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Re: Game 3: FAU

Post by Jack » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:02 pm

Great to see UMass Hockey followed by UMass Football on a friday night. Nice to see a healthy Jake Byczko on the field - great local kid. Team is improving but running the offense through a freshman QB w/a patchwork OL after having no training camp is not exactly a great recipe for offensive success. Its great to see our guys competing and getting the game experience which is light years better than not playing at all. Just be grateful that Bamford came to his senses on that.

No idea why Bell was hugging the cop.

Camby4Life
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Re: Game 3: FAU

Post by Camby4Life » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:49 pm

Season score totals are now 116-12. We have scored offensive points in one half of football in 3 games. The defense played better but this wasn’t a Lane Kiffin FAU offensive team of the last few years. They are only averaging 21 ppg without him.

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Re: Game 3: FAU

Post by McKinney » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:47 pm

Camby4Life wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:49 pm The defense played better but this wasn’t a Lane Kiffin FAU offensive team of the last few years. They are only averaging 21 ppg without him.
So UMass' defense played as well as FAU's other opponents. Not something that could be said in some time (and certainly compared to last year).

COVID has thrown expectations out the window. Even pre-pandemic, Bell's got a long leash from the admin. I have no issue with moral victories right now.
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