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Stephen F Austin 28, Southeastern Louisiana 20

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 12, 2011 Contact: Kemmler Chapple, (985) 974-5466 Southeastern Rally Falls Short at SFA NACOGDOCHES, Texas – The Southeastern Louisiana football team nearly rallied back from two scores down, but Stephen F. Austin stopped Southeastern on the potential tying drive to hang on for a 28-20 victory in Southland Conference football […]

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No. 2 East Mississippi downs No. 5 Gulf Coast 42-17 to grab second MACJC state football championship in three years

SCOOBA – The second-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College scored 35 unanswered, second-half points to claim their second MACJC state football championship in three years with a 42-17 home triumph over No. 5 and defending state champion Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Saturday afternoon at EMCC’s New Sullivan-Windham Field. In matching their school-best, 11-win season […]

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Wolves tripped up in GNAC championship game

ARCATA, Calif. – The Wolves saw their opportunity to capture their first Great Northwest Athletic Conference title slip through their fingers. No. 14 Humboldt State came out with a determination on both sides of the ball and seized the conference championship, and a possible playoff berth, with a 37-7 win on Saturday, Nov. 12 at […]

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ASU 46, WCU 14

November 12, 2011 Football Contact: Mike Flynn (828) 262-2845 Online: http://www.goasu.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=205332187 Quick, Stewart Set Records; Mountaineers Retain Jug BOONE, N.C. — Led by record-breaking performances from wide receiver Brian Quick (Columbia, S.C./Ridge View) and place kicker Drew Stewart (Gastonia, N.C./North Gaston), No. 10/8 Appalachian State University routed visiting Western Carolina, 46-14, on Saturday afternoon at […]

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ODU Edges Tribe, 35-31, on Senior Day

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (Nov. 12, 2011) – William and Mary All-American running back Jonathan Grimes totaled a school-record 331 all-purpose yards and scored three touchdowns, but the Tribe fell to 11th-ranked Old Dominion, 35-31, in front of a sold-out crowd for senior day on Saturday afternoon at Zable Stadium. In a back-and-forth game that featured more […]

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