2016 ScheduleAll times ET
Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer
Former Penn State TE Adam Breneman, who essentially announced his retirement from football in January due to a chronic knee injury, just announced on Twitter that he will instead play for UMass in the fall. He said he consulted with trainers and doctors before the decision.
From crazy road trips to pillow-soft starts to the season to games that leave you wondering how they ever got scheduled in the first place, a look through the 2016 schedule is eye-opening.
How do coaches think the four FBS independents will fare in 2016? Opponents anonymously break down Notre Dame's version of Dalvin Cook, BYU's own Johnny Manziel and much more.
Highlights: Tajae Sharpe
The Titans led off Round 5 by grabbing the former UMass wide receiver. Check out some of Sharpe's best highlights.
The University of Massachusetts has announced a deal that will have New England's three FBS football programs facing each other several times over the next five seasons.
Freshman Marquis Young rushed for 240 yards and three first-half touchdowns and UMass held on to defeat Buffalo 31-26 on Friday night.
UMass defense seals the deal
Buffalo QB Joe Licata's pass was tipped into the hands of defender Da'Sean Downey. The sophomore linebacker's interception helped the Minutemen hold on to a 31-26 victory. UMass RB Marquis Young had 35 carries for 240 yards and three TDs.
UMass extends it lead late in game
Minutemen kicker Logan Laurent hit a 37-yard field goal to put his team up 31-26 over Buffalo with just over two minutes left in the game.
Buffalo draws closer to start 4th quarter
Bulls RB Jordan Johnson ran up the middle through the Minutemen defense for a 5-yard TD, but Buffalo failed to convert on the two-point conversion. UMass still leads 28-26 in the fourth quarter.
Massachusetts @ Florida Gators
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - Sat 9/3