Archive for October 22nd, 2011


DUQUESNE 37, WAGNER 21

Oct. 22, Rooney Field, Pittsburgh, Pa. Records: Duquesne (6-2, 4-1), Wagner (1-6, 1-3) partly cloudy – 51 degrees PITTSBURGH – Larry McCoy scored three second-half touchdowns and Connor Dixon added a pair of first-half TD receptions as Duquesne extended its Rooney Field winning streak to six with a 37-21 Northeast Conference victory over Wagner. DU […]

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First-Half Push Leads Flames over Buccaneers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE      CHARLESTON, S.C. – Liberty took advantage of Charleston Southern’s inability to score early, jumping out to a 31-point first-half lead en route to a 38-16 Big South victory, Saturday afternoon, inside CSU Stadium. With the victory, the Flames move to 5-3 on the season, following their fourth-straight win. Liberty also […]

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Rams rebound with 45-14 win over Lions

Strickler throws for four touchdowns COMMERCE, Texas – Senior quarterback Jake Strickler threw for a career-high four touchdowns while the Angelo State defense held Texas A&M-Commerce to just 243 yards of total offense in the Rams’ 45-14 Lone Star Conference win at Memorial Stadium Saturday. In just his second start, Strickler completed 77 percent of […]

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Whitworth blitzes, runs their way past Pacific

Northwest Conference Football Whitworth 48, Pacific 6 SPOKANE, Wash. – Pacific found themselves stymied by an aggressive Whitworth defensive attack Saturday, while the Pirates put together a season-best day for their running game as they dispatched the Boxers 48-6 in Northwest Conference football action at the Pine Bowl. Pacific (0-7, 0-4 NWC) was under pressure […]

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WOU knocks off #15 HSU to take control of GNAC

MONMOUTH, Ore. – Kenny Haynes rushed for 110 yards and Evan Mozzochi threw for three touchdowns to lead Western Oregon into the driver’s seat in its search for the first Great Northwest Athletic Conference football title in school history with a 40-24 victory over No. 15 Humboldt State. The Wolves (5-3, 5-1 GNAC) put together […]

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