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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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