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Punter stunned by 911 calls before Bironas’ crash

TERESA M. WALKER, AP Pro Football Writer   NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A former teammate is having a difficult time comprehending everything being said about what happened the night of ex-Titans kicker Rob Bironas’ fatal car accident. Punter Brett Kern said Wednesday that descriptions of Bironas chasing people and trying to ...

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Govs open OVC play with loss to Panthers

CHARLESTON, Ill. — A cannon was mounted in the far corner of O’Brien Field, and after each touchdown scored by Eastern Illinois on Saturday, the sound erupted throughout the facility. At first, a visiting fan would have been caught off guard by its firing, but as the Panthers pulled away ...

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Pregame Notes: Austin Peay vs. Eastern Illinois

After an 0-3 start against non-conference opponents, APSU Football opens Ohio Valley Conference play on Saturday against the defending champs. The Govs travel to Charleston, Ill., to take on the Panthers of Eastern Illinois, who rolled through conference foes last year to compile an undefeated record of 8-0. Kickoff for ...

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Monday Blog: Four takeaways from APSU Football home opener

The opening game at new Governors Stadium wasn’t the result fans were hoping for. However, Chattanooga was going to be the better team going into Saturday without question, and it was only a matter of time before they buried their offensive struggles. The negatives will outweigh the positives for APSU, ...

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APSU drops home opener to motivated Mocs

On a historic evening as Governors Stadium opened to thousands, a motivated Chattanooga came to town in search of its first win. The Mocs had previously lost two games by seven combined points, and in a must-win situation, defeated the Govs 42-6 on Saturday. An unofficial attendance of 6,883 arrived ...

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