September 18, 2010 by staff
In a video UMass Athletics team walking into Michigan Stadium, the big house for the first time UMass senior defensive back Ke’Mon Bailey had some observations to share.
“We’re about to shock the world,” said Bailey.
So much for the idea of a small team FCS intimidated by the big stage.
“We are talking junk, we expect and we hit hard enough,” said Bailey. “This is the reason for today and tomorrow. Get this victory.
Bailey saved his best for the Zinger stage itself, the 110,000-seat the largest football stadium in the country, and if one of the most emblematic.
“It’s actually not very big either. This should not be the home of Big; this should be the Little House on the Prairie. ”
The Big Big House has a Bulletin Board? We’ll find out.
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