Monthly Archive: January 2015

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Tennessee State Legacy

Tennessee State University basketball is in the middle of a massive rebuilding project. Since he was hired in April, Head Coach Dana Ford brought in twelve new players, out of a possible thirteen. Jay...

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Determined Bruins take down SIUE

Belmont won, 73-69. If adhering to the principle of, ‘If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all,’ then this article would be over. Belmont (10-5, 2-0) guards missed three...

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Morehead State announces Black Out game

Morehead State Athletics has announced a special ticket promotion in conjunction with its Feb. 7 basketball doubleheader. The games will be a “Black Out,” and fans can purchase an official t-shirt/game ticket combination for...

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Get it to C.O.

The Eastern Illinois University Panthers delivered a tough overtime loss to the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State University on Saturday, 59-50 at Lantz Arena in Charleston, Illinois. EIU held Jacksonville State to an abysmal 27.6%...

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Golden Eagles offer SG

Saturday, Tennessee Tech extended an offer to shooting guard Justin Hopkins (Huntsville, Alabama). Hopkins plays for J.O. Johnson High School. He has very distinct strengths that translate to the next level. Every single play...

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Cougars win again

The SIUE Cougars put a stomping onto the Robert Morris-Springfield Eagles Sunday night at the Vadalabene Center, ending in a score of 104-56. Robert Morris-Springfield moves to 5-7 after the tough loss. Donivine Stewart...

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Davis now ranks amongst SIUE elite

Southern Illinois-Edwardsville (3-7) now has a new top ten scorer’s list entrant. En route to smacking Chicago State (3-11), 63-38, Kris Davis climbed into tenth scoring all-time for SIUE Cougars. “I did not know...