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Is the pay worth the play?

» By Daniel Newton –fig1013@gmail.com For the first three weeks every season, we see a consistent trend in college football: powerhouses beating up on less-known and weaker competition. The infamous “pay for play” system has become a trend growing in popularity for many years. Big teams pay smaller teams, many ...

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Govs football sputters in 2nd half

» By Mike Williams –mwilliams0824@gmail.com The APSU football team would see a first-half lead disappear on Saturday, Sept. 15, in Nashville in their first Ohio Valley Conference game against Tennessee State. What started off as a game that looked winnable turned into a run-away as TSU handled the Govs, 34-14. ...

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Lady Govs soccer splits first two home games

» By Kyle King –kking27@my.apsu.edu Lady Govs Soccer team just completed two games of a three game homestead. The first game on Friday, Sept. 14 resulted in a heartbreaking loss in double overtime to South Alabama, 0-1. The Lady Govs controlled the pace in the first half, out-shooting the Jaguars, ...

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Govs volleyball takes 2nd at Bama Bash

» By Daniel Newton –fig1013@gmail.com The APSU volleyball team stayed busy last week, competing in five matches in five days as they took on Lipscomb on Tuesday, Sept. 4, in Nashville and competed in the Bama Bash tournament hosted by Alabama University in Tuscaloosa, Ala. on Friday, Sept. 7 and ...

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Titans season off to bad start, more losses to come?

» By Daniel Newton –fig1013@gmail.com Bad omen or just a rough opening day? You can be the judge, but it was clear the Tennessee Titans were nowhere near the standard of play in their season-opener of a team deserving of a playoff birth, something they almost accomplished last season. The ...

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