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Lady Govs soccer remains undefeated

The Lady Govs soccer team was one win shy of the Ohio Valley Conference Championship Tournament last season. This year, these ladies are more positioned to make the cut after starting the season 3-0, the best start for the program since 2013. According to letsgopeay.com, the Lady Govs defense has limited their ...

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OPINION: Freedom of expression is never free

This year has been an exceptionally diverse year, with police shootings, people shooting police, Gabby Douglas not putting her hand over her heart and now Colin Kaepernick sitting down during the National Anthem. “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that ...

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Former Kentucky Wildcat transfers to APSU

Lloyd Tubman, a four-star defensive end, transferred to APSU for his sophomore year to play football. Tubman, a Louisville native, had every intent to spend his four years at the University of Kentucky, but his plans fell through after a rape charge against him resulted in an indefinite suspension from ...

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Bill Herndon presented with Lifetime OVC Achievement honor

Bill Herndon, the longtime “Voice of the Govs,” was recently awarded the Ohio Valley Conference Media Lifetime Achievement honor, according to letsgopeay.com. The award was established in 2010 and is presented to people recognized by the OVC who have publicized the conference along with the institution and intercollegiate athletes, performed ...

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Carkuff getting it done early

APSU Alumnus and former Gov Jared Carkuff is putting up big numbers for the 2015 Gulf Coast League Division Champion Blue Jays, the Rookie team for the Toronto Blue Jays. Carkuff, the Bell Buckle native entered the draft after his junior year, but went un drafted and returned to APSU ...

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2016 Summer Olympics starts tonight

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Hey world, are you ready to samba? Because Rio is leading the dance. After one of the roughest-ever rides from vote to games by an Olympics host, the city of beaches, carnival, grinding poverty and sun-kissed wealth is lifting the curtain on South America’s first Olympics, ...

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