Every UMass Home Game Will Stream Live On FloFootball

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Beginning in 2018, the digital home for UMass Minutmen Football is FloFootball.com.

As part of a partnership with ELEVEN SPORTS, FloSports has secured digital rights for all six UMass home games, including marquee matchups with South Florida and BYU.

The Minutemen return a bevy of talent from an offense that averaged 31 points per game in 2017, including senior quarterback Andrew Ford. A season ago, Ford tossed 22 touchdowns against just four interceptions while leading the 17th-ranked passing offense in the country.

Senior running back Marquis Young will begin the season on the Doak Walker Award Watch List after leading the team with 982 yards on 192 carries (5.4 YPC) a year ago.

Six starters return on the defensive side of the football, including senior linebacker Bryton Barr. Barr is a bonafide star at the position who will begin the season on the Dick Butkus Award Watch List.

Watch UMass march to a bowl berth LIVE on FloFootball all season long.

2018 UMass Home Schedule

Aug. 25

Duquesne

5:30 PM (ET)

Watch Live

Sept. 22

Charlotte

3:30 PM (ET)

Watch Live

Oct. 6

South Florida

3:30 PM (ET)

Watch Live

Oct. 20

Coastal Carolina

3:30 PM (ET)

Watch Live

Nov. 3

Liberty

3:30 PM (ET)

Watch Live

Nov. 10

BYU

TBA

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