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APSU’s Boynton receives minicamp invite

Senior defensive back Malik Boynton will have the opportunity to take his talents to the National Football League after receiving an invite from the Pittsburgh Steelers to attend the team’s rookie mini camp. After spending four years as a starter and the 2017 season as a team captain, the Detroit, ...

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XFL Will Survive

I believe the XFL has a great chance of surviving in this generation. When the XFL first debuted in 1999, a few people disliked it because of its different rules or lack thereof. Kickers had a small role in this league. There was no kickoff nor field goals. One player ...

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The Hero Who Saved APSU Football

When many people hear the word hero they think of an immortal man or woman. He or she may wear a cape or contain special powers such as super strength, invisibility, sonic speed or even the ability to fly. Well this hero is a little different. He goes by the ...

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A Call Home: Kentel Williams

Every athlete has their specific way to prepare for a game. Sometimes they might play a song that puts them in the zone, other times it is a quote or picture taped to the back of their locker that reminds them what they are working for. For APSU’s Kentel Williams, ...

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Govs win final game over EIU

After years at the bottom of the Ohio Valley Conference, APSU finally had a statement season, finishing 7-1 in the conference with an 8-4 overall record after defeating Eastern Illinois 28 to 13 during APSU’s Senior Day on Saturday, Nov. 18. The lone loss in the conference came from Football ...

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APSU students react to FCS Playoffs snub

Early Sunday morning the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision announced their 24-team field for the 2017 NCAA FCS Playoffs. Amongst the list is defending champions James Madison, 5-time National Champions North Dakota State and the reigning Ohio Valley Conference Champions Jacksonville State. Not among the field of 24 is 8-4 APSU. ...

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