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New York Times columnist Paul Krugman writes: "Credibility can seem squishy, and it can be abused as a rationale for objectively bad policies. And being too rigid about obeying rules that have been overtaken by events can do a lot of damage. But maintaining credibility — demonstrating that you will, in fact, honor your promises within reason — is nonetheless important."


UMass went back on the road Saturday and came home on the short end against Temple. The Owls shut out the Minutemen, the first time UMass had been shut out since the end of the 2020 season.

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