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Lady Govs finish Spring Classic 1-3

By JANNA SIMPKINS | Staff Writer Spring weather appeared last weekend Feb. 19-20, as the Lady Govs (2-6) hit the field for their annual Austin Peay Spring Classic. The Lady Govs split on Saturday, Feb. 19, with a 7-0 loss to Cleveland State (5-4), and a 5-4 win over Missouri-Kansas ...

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Brutal fight in the NHL raises the question: How much violence is too much?

Jenelle Grewell | News Editor ‘‘A 60-minute brawl’’ is the best way to describe the Friday, Feb. 11, hockey game between the Pittsburg Penguins and the New York Islanders. The sports world waited to see what sort of punishment the NHL would sentence for the multiple fights and extended penalty ...

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Edmondson scores 29, Govs still fall to Fairfield 76-69

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer When Tyshwan Edmondson scores 29 points, you would think the Govs would pull to victory. But when you commit 25 turnovers, you are almost certain to not win the game and the Govs did just that in the ESPNU Bracketbuster game at Fairfield ...

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NBA trade deadline: Which players are on the block?

Marlon Scott Senior Staff Writer The NBA trade deadline is eight days away; which means until midnight Thursday, Feb. 24, the general managers of all the NBA franchises will be trying to justify their paycheck. Teams on the edge of contending in the playoffs are looking for a piece to ...

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Govs dominate TSU, move to 2nd in OVC standings

By ANTHONY SHINGLER Senior Staff Writer The Govs played host to the TSU Tigers Saturday, Feb. 12, hoping to break a two-game losing streak and avenge the loss to the Tigers in January. Behind John Fraley’s career night of 21 points, the Govs steam rolled to a 79-64 victory. The ...

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