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World Cup Watch: Spain

     The 2010 World Cup Champions  hobbled their way through a poor 2014 campaign.      Spain will look to repeat erase the memories of a 5-1 defeat to the Netherlands and 2-0 loss at the hands of Chile, who both will be absent from Russia 2018, with the ...

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World Cup Watch: Germany

The defending world champions went 10-0-0 through UEFA qualifying while finishing with an outstanding plus 43 goal differential.  “Die Mannschaft” allowed only four goals.      The Germans depth seems to be the biggest threat of the team entering Russia 2018. The squad won 2017’s Confederations Cup using a squad ...

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World Cup Watch: Brazil

There is still an omen that circulates when people speak of Brazil and the World Cup. That being, of course, the 7-1 defeat in the semifinals of the 2014 World Cup at the hands of Germany. The greatest defeat in the history of Brazilian soccer happened four years ago and ...

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Baseball wins two over Belmont

APSU baseball outlasted a Bruin battle to take the series 2-1 over Belmont. The Govs won the first meeting 10-6 before taking the second game 5-2 on Saturday, April 7. Belmont (12-18, 8-7 Ohio Valley Conference) won the final match of the series 4-0. APSU 10, Belmont 6 (Friday, April ...

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Looking back at Men’s Basketball’s upstart year

The Govs’ season came to a close Wednesday, March 21, after an 83-81 loss to the UIC Flames in the CIT quarterfinals. One season removed from an 11-19 finish, the Govs had plenty of questions to be answered. The biggest question that needed answering was how would the program fair ...

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Baseball sweeps rivals Mu**ay State

APSU baseball’s three-game series resulted in a three-game sweep of the Mu**ay State Racers in the Heritage Bank Battle of the Border. Mu**ay State 2, APSU 10 Friday March 16 The Govs (13-7, 5-1 Ohio Valley Conference) started off their series with the Racers by setting the offensive tone with ...

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