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12-03-2018 11:19 PM
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RE: Walt Bell
After hearing from a couple Arkansas State guys, feel very good. They either would like Bell in the short list for a new coach there, if available.
12-04-2018 11:19 AM
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Mainly to bump scripture from the most recent post, but will say hope UMass gets a belated Christmas gift with signing day.

Walt Bell will be given time to recruit classes, but there is pressure on assistant coaches on the offense. One was let go a few months ago. That said Walt Bell won the job with his recruitment plan and has been executing on that. All those freshmen on defensive made a nice job in their sophomore year and hope the same holds true next year on the offense.
12-27-2020 05:53 PM
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@PeteThamel Reports Alex Miller OL coach hire.
Looks like an excellent hire for an area that needs to improve.

Quote:Source: UMass is hiring New Hampshire's Alex Miller as the new offensive line coach and run-game coordinator. Miller was co-offensive coordinator and OLine coach at UNH and is prolific recruiter of the DMV. He's a former UMass star center and Oregon GA.

From his University of New Hampshire bio page.
Quote:In 2019, Alex Miller is in his ninth season as an assistant coach at UNH and currently serves as co-offensive coordinator alongside Mike Ferzoco. Miller has been in charge of the entire offensive line since 2011 and is in command of game-planning with an emphasis on the running game.

In 2017, the rushing attack, despite a season-long injury to captain Trevon Bryant, helped the Wildcats rank No. 2 in the CAA in time of possession, second in first downs and third in fourth down conversion percentage.

The 2016 Wildcats averaged 379.2 yards and 28.5 points per game, both of which ranked third in the CAA. Miller’s O-line and run game scheme paved the way for senior running back Dalton Crossan, who had a year for the record books with 233 carries for 1,281 yards; those numbers rank No. 10 and No. 6 on the respective single-season list of UNH superlatives. Senior center Tad McNeely was named to the All-CAA Football First Team and classmate Andrew Lauderdale was a Third Team selection.

In 2015, UNH averaged 358.8 yards/game (fifth in CAA), which included 211.8 passing yards/game (fourth) and 146.9 rushing yards/game. The Wildcats scored 23.9 points/game (fourth) and totaled 35 TDs (fourth).
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