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  1. PSAC Roundup: Week 4

  2. PSAC: Let's hear it for Danny Hale

    Two hundred wins sounds nice, right?
    It is a nice, round number. It is a good way to encapsulate a career.
    But I have a feeling the number of wins Danny Hale has had over the years is well over 200. If it is true that some coaches get into the business to make an impression on the lives they coach, then Hale has thousands of victories.
    Hale will be going for his 200th career win on Saturday when Bloomsburg takes on Cheyney at 3:30 p.m. The win is little more than a formality
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    Updated 10-07-2011 at 11:11 AM by Matt Burglund

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  3. PSAC: Is it too late for California?

    There's no doubt the California Vulcans played their best game of the season last week. But the question is this: did it come too late?

    John Luckhardt's team looked every bit as advertised in its 28-10 win at IUP. Quarterback Peter Lalich was mistake-free, wide receivers Thomas Mayo and Chedrick Cherry showed big-play skills, tailback Lamont Smith was difficult to bring down -- and that's just the offense. On the other side of the ball, California's front four dominated the Crimson ...

    Updated 11-04-2011 at 12:04 PM by Matt Burglund

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  4. MIAA - 2 MSSU football players killed in horrific chain of events

    UPDATE: Jeremy Johnson, the driver of the SUV, was in a coma Friday night, former Missouri Southern coach Bart Tatum told The Chart. His family "received some hope that he might survive his injuries."

    KSNF reported Patrick Holt's condition had stablized.

    "Missouri Southern is a family, and it's times like this where the family definitely has to come together and support each other," Vice President of Student Affairs Darren Fullerton said Friday night at a candlelight ...

    Updated 12-03-2011 at 12:05 AM by Aaron Heintzelman

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  5. WSSU smashes Shippensburg, IUP is next!!!!!

    If they say defense wins championships, then the The Winston Salem State Rams could be on the right track for a championship run as the Rams used their #11 Ranked Defense to shut down the #1 Offense 37-14.

    With Rams starting QB Kameron Smith out of the game from injuries sustained in the CIAA championship game, Rams reserve QB Anthony Carrothers didn't miss a beat as he threw for 19 of 37 for 332 yards, 3TDs 1 INT in the victory. Carrothers, who stands at 5-8, 185, stood large and ...

    Updated 11-27-2012 at 11:14 AM by Gilberto Alvarado

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