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NFL labor breakdown

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer I am one of what I assume to be many football fans that are disappointed, angry and slightly scared about the possibility of the next NFL season being delayed. It’s hard to believe the NFL, when it is arguably at an all time ...

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Packers ‘steel’ Super Bowl XLV victory

Marlon Scott Senior Staff Writer Since the teams were determined for Super Bowl XLV on Sunday, Jan. 23, the matchup of the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Green Bay Packers had been analyzed from every conceivable angle. Finally, the clock was striking 5:30 p.m. Central Standard Time on Sunday, Feb. 6. ...

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Govs sign 16 on National Signing Day

By Marlon Scott | Senior Sports Writer Wednesday, Feb. 2, was National Signing Day, which meant potential football recruits across the country could sign letters of intent to join football programs. The Govs announced signing 16 student-athlete National Letters of Intent. According to APSU Sports Information, Govs head coach Rick ...

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Hall of Fame coach Dupes passes away

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Former football coach and APSU Athletic Hall of Fame inductee William D. “Bill” Dupes died Saturday, Jan. 8, at Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville, Tenn. He was 81 and is survived by his wife Peggy and four children: Donna, Mark, Billy and David. ...

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Young done for season, placed on Injured Reserve

Associated Press Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher said Vince Young needs season-ending surgery on his throwing hand, not that being healthy would have kept the quarterback in the Titans’ starting lineup. The team is placing the quarterback on injured reserve within the next couple days, but after Young’s latest meltdown, Fisher ...

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