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My boss went to Holy Cross. He should clearly give me a raise if Albany wins 'cuz by transitive property, an Albany victory is a victory for me.

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Is it Saturday yet?

 

Forecast calls for 77 at start of game partly sunny skies, 8pm 70 degrees with a 20% chance of rain. With any luck we'll get most of the game in without any type of weather.

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A couple interesting points

 

True freshmen Josh Gontarek and Jordan Crockett are also projected to play key roles in the pass game at WR.

 

OFFENSIVE LINE: The Great Danes have a relatively young offensive line with the most experienced member being right tackle Adam Pasnik, a redshirt junior with 22 games under his belt. The remainder of the line on the depth chart stands at sophomore or redshirt sophomore status, including left tackle Kevin Malloy who moved from the tight end position. Left guard Michael Senn and right guard Matt Campion both saw action in nine games last season, while Adam Wierbinski makes the move to center after starting all 12 games at guard in 2013.

 

What happened to the kid from Maryland? He's on the roster. Just not the depth chart.

 

Cornerbacks Jojo McClary and Rayshan Clark both saw action in all 12 games last season, and are backed by true freshmen Jamal Robinson and Chris Johnson.
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More true frosh

 

Holy crap we're young! I love it.

 

Edited by danefan

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Did the Maryland Offensive Lineman have to sit out a year before playing FCS??? The Left Tackle Malloy (?) is very light @ 240. Hell we were DIII and I weighed 255, Jake was 285, Sawchuck 260 etc. With a 6'5" frame lets hope he is outstanding and puts on 50lbs. I do like the fact that all the OL are over 6'3. They are going in the right direction height wise. Like to see all of them 6'4-6'6 and everyone 290+

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You don't have to sit if go from FBS to FCS.

 

Madaras had a sprained ankle for the spring game, I hope that didn't set him back for four months.

 

 

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Did the Maryland Offensive Lineman have to sit out a year before playing FCS??? The Left Tackle Malloy (?) is very light @ 240. Hell we were DIII and I weighed 255, Jake was 285, Sawchuck 260 etc. With a 6'5" frame lets hope he is outstanding and puts on 50lbs. I do like the fact that all the OL are over 6'3. They are going in the right direction height wise. Like to see all of them 6'4-6'6 and everyone 290+

 

LT is a converted TE (I think he played TE in the Spring too but I might be mistaken)

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Did the Maryland Offensive Lineman have to sit out a year before playing FCS??? The Left Tackle Malloy (?) is very light @ 240. Hell we were DIII and I weighed 255, Jake was 285, Sawchuck 260 etc. With a 6'5" frame lets hope he is outstanding and puts on 50lbs. I do like the fact that all the OL are over 6'3. They are going in the right direction height wise. Like to see all of them 6'4-6'6 and everyone 290+

 

LT is a converted TE (I think he played TE in the Spring too but I might be mistaken)

You're correct, he was listed TE on the spring roster.

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True freshmen Josh Gontarek and Jordan Crockett are also projected to play key roles in the pass game at WR.

 

Gontarek was the first guy Coach Gattuso talked about and now I see why. Projected as starter and also kickoffs and punt returns as a true freshman.

 

Surprised not to see Presley Beauvais on the depth chart anywhere. He had some productive games last year.

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