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Williams makes OVC history

Kentel Williams made APSU history two days in a row. During the game against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, Nov. 12, Williams had 399 all-purpose yards, setting an APSU and conference record as a freshman. This is the most all-purpose yards in one game by any NCAA team this season, from ...

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Govs continue football drought with 37 point deficit

In what could have been the best chance for a Govs football win this season, the Eastern Kentucky Colonels scored a season high 67 points against APSU. The Govs fell very short losing 67-30. “I give them a lot of credit,” Head Coach Will Healy said. “They beat us from the first ...

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Govs dominate exhibition game

The APSU men’s basketball team beat Thomas More 112-63 for their first exhibition game of the 2016-17 season on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Dunn Center. For the first time since 2011, the Govs put up triple digits in an exhibition game. Six Govs scored double digits during the game. ...

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Tiasha Gray heads to Sweden

APSU alumna and former basketball player, Tiasha Gray headed to Sweden  to play basketball for the Sweden Mark Basket on Monday, Oct. 17. Gray is on a temporary two month contract. After two months, the team can decided if they want to extend Gray’s contract for the rest of the ...

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Millennial bashing is unfair, repeats history

If millennials were even half as bad as people made them out to be, the country would be a lot different. Many people think the people behind them either do not have it as hard or are lazier than their generation. Millennials even do it, too. “We didn’t have iPads ...

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