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Monday Blog: My World Series pick is…

…not one of the powerhouse franchises known as the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox. Let’s all rejoice at the fact neither team will have a chance to add another World Series ring, with both missing the postseason simultaneously since 1994. I don’t know about you, but this makes ...

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Lady Govs Volleyball stays unbeaten in OVC play

The final word in the APSU huddle following a timeout was simple as the Redhawks of Southeast Missouri clawed their way within a couple points needed to force a fifth set. Terminate. The Lady Govs did just that, showing resiliency on Saturday in the second-straight match to defeat SEMO, 3-1. ...

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Fabbro sisters complete hat trick in win over EKU

 It was a perfect evening for the Fabbro family, and Lady Govs Soccer, in the first Ohio Valley Conference match of the season. APSU came into Friday’s conference opener having lost six games in a row with just one goal in that span. But against Eastern Kentucky at Morgan Brothers ...

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Stotts leads Lady Govs to victory in five sets

It was a memorable evening for senior outside hitter Jada Stotts as she joined elite company, becoming the 13th Lady Gov to record 1,000 or more kills in her career. But after reaching that mark, Stotts just smiled as her teammates congratulated her following a stoppage, and went back on ...

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Punter stunned by 911 calls before Bironas’ crash

TERESA M. WALKER, AP Pro Football Writer   NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A former teammate is having a difficult time comprehending everything being said about what happened the night of ex-Titans kicker Rob Bironas’ fatal car accident. Punter Brett Kern said Wednesday that descriptions of Bironas chasing people and trying to ...

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