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Monday Blog: Four takeaways from APSU Football home opener

The opening game at new Governors Stadium wasn’t the result fans were hoping for. However, Chattanooga was going to be the better team going into Saturday without question, and it was only a matter of time before they buried their offensive struggles. The negatives will outweigh the positives for APSU, ...

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APSU drops home opener to motivated Mocs

On a historic evening as Governors Stadium opened to thousands, a motivated Chattanooga came to town in search of its first win. The Mocs had previously lost two games by seven combined points, and in a must-win situation, defeated the Govs 42-6 on Saturday. An unofficial attendance of 6,883 arrived ...

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Pregame Notes: Chattanooga vs. Austin Peay

Everyone affiliated with Austin Peay has been waiting months to cut the ribbon at newly renovated Governors Stadium. Today is that day, as football is back in Clarksville with more excitement in the air than there has ever been. A beautiful $19 million project now rests on the west side ...

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Lady Govs unlucky against Ole Miss

Midway through the first half on Friday, Caroline Wistrom delivered a shot that deflected off the post, and just missed crossing the line as supporters muttered in disbelief. It was that kind of night for the Lady Govs, losing 0-2 against Ole Miss at Morgan Brothers Field. Wistrom and Mallory ...

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College Football Week 3 Preview & Picks

It’s a rough start for my picks, I’ll be honest. That’s what I get for ever thinking about picking Vanderbilt to cover. But another week of football is upon us, so I desperately need to pick things up. Here are my picks for the top games on Saturday. DISCLAIMER: My ...

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NFL Week 2 Preview & Picks

There never fails to be unpredictable finishes in Week 1 of the NFL season. A tough week for picks is to be expected considering we have no idea how teams are going to look in 2014, and my results were rough. But we live to fight another day, so it’s ...

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