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Vandy Overpowers Govs 38-3

After a trip to Knoxville last week, Austin Peay traveled to Nashville on Sept. 7 to take on the its second-straight Southeastern Conference opponent: the Vanderbilt Commodores. Vanderbilt defeated the Govs 38-3 in front of a home crowd of 33,162 fans, improving to 1-1 on the season. The Govs fall ...

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Fantasy Football Weekly: Week One Preview

Your league is set up. Your team has been drafted. Now it’s time to sit back and watch your players perform on the field. On Thursday, Sept. 5, the NFL season begins with the Baltimore Ravens traveling to Denver to take on the Broncos. If you have players for either ...

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Austin Peay vs. Vanderbilt Game Preview

After falling 45-0 in the opening game on Saturday, Aug. 31 against Tennessee, the schedule doesn’t get any easier for Austin Peay. The Govs will travel to Nashville on Sept. 7 to challenge the Vanderbilt Commodores for a 6:30 p.m. kickoff. This will be another tough test for APSU by ...

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Fantasy Football Weekly: Draft Tips

Football season is almost here, which means fantasy football draft prepartions are in full swing. Some of us hoisted the league championship last season, me included, while others were hit with player injuries and bad luck. Don’t worry, though. The 2013 season will give everyone a fresh start to bounce back, ...

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Govs to receive $1 million for non-conference games

During the coming semester, APSU’s football team will play the first four games of the year against teams outside of their conference. The first four teams include University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee Chattanooga and Ohio University. Playing these teams will allow APSU to gain a little extra ...

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Tradition has to start somewhere for Cannon

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer APSU’s new head football coach Kirby Cannon understands what kind of program he signed with when APSU hired him back in mid-March. He understands that the team he is now in charge of had a 2-9 season last year and lost their two best offensive players ...

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