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Expectations are high for 2014 Bat Govs

The focus for Governors sports fans is on the basketball court as conference play is in session, but just around the corner, baseball season awaits. In less than a month, Feb. 14., the atmosphere of America’s pastime will return to Raymond C. Hand Park. The sound of leather as balls meet the ...

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NFL Playoffs: Sunday’s conference championships will be memorable

What happens when two football match-ups unfold as the greatest quarterbacks of this generation meet, along with a rubber match between bitter rivals? You get the biggest conference title weekend in NFL history. On Sunday, Jan. 19, the New England Patriots will travel to Denver to take on the Broncos, ...

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Titans Outlook for the Offseason

The New Year is finally here. For most people that means making resolutions, looking back on the past year and looking forward to all that can be accomplished this year. For National Football League fans it means the playoffs are here and depending on whom your team is you are ...

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Lady Govs end 2013 with 99-69 loss to Rebels

The Lady Govs basketball team closed out the non-conference part of their schedule with a 99-69 loss to Southeastern Conference opponent Ole Miss on Monday, Dec. 30 in Oxford, Mississippi. Like a lot of previous games in this non-conference schedule the Lady Govs were unable to put two solid halves ...

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Lady Govs rebound at home

As they have one all season after losing a game the Lady Govs were able to handle their business at home against Central Arkansas (5-2) with a 81-60 victory. Sophomore Tiasha Gray continued her stellar play with a career high 28 points on 13-20 from the field. Sophomore forward  Jennifer ...

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Govs hold off pesky Salukis

A block by Chris Horton at the buzzer gave Austin Peay its second win of the season on Tuesday, Nov. 19 as Southern Illinois traveled to Clarksville for the first time since 1994. APSU (2-1) led by 17 at the 13:10 mark of the second half, but allowed the Salukis ...

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