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APSU men’s basketball crushes Berea, 108-53

Five Govs players reached double-figures and every man on the roster would see the floor in Wednesday, Nov. 28’s game, as the Govs would record an easy 108-53 victory over Berea College of the NAIA. The 55-point win is the second largest in head coach Dave Loos’s 23-year tenure at ...

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To stay or not to stay: the question for top NFL prospects from Tennessee

» By associated press KNOXVILLE — Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray has experienced many peaks and valleys in his junior season, but he was a model of consistency in his final weekly media session. Three times during his discussion with reporters, Bray was asked draft-related questions. He gave pretty much the ...

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Lady Govs winless in San Antonio

–fig1013@gmail.com The Lady Govs were unable record a victory over the break in San Antonio, as they fell to Texas-San Antonio 67-69 on Friday, Nov. 23, and William & Mary, 88-76, on Saturday, Nov. 24. The Lady Govs let the first game slip away from them, going back and forth ...

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Govs start strong but fall late in division championship game in Cancun Challenge

–fig1013@gmail.com While many of us were either finishing up last-minute research papers or sitting at home waiting to stuff our faces with a delicious Thanksgiving Day feast, the APSU men’s basketball team enjoyed the scenery in Cancun, Mexico, as they competed in the Mayan Division of the Triple Crown Cancun ...

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Fired Dooley should receive praise for his off-field performance at UT

–kking27@my.apsu.edu The somewhat short career of Derek Dooley at the University of Tennessee didn’t really show much success on the field. The Vols, under his direction, compiled a record of 15-21, including only three Southeastern Conference wins. The 41-18 loss to Vanderbilt was the trigger that sprung Dooley from the ...

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Big runs bring down Govs basketball team

–fig1013@gmail.com The Gov’s basketball team had a hard time this past week, dropping both its games against Western Kentucky and DePaul. The Govs were able to hang tough in both games, but long droughts killed them in both games. Against Western on Tuesday, Nov. 13, the Govs had a hard ...

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