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La-Lafayette beats Nevada in New Orleans Bowl 16-3

NEW ORLEANS — They’d been here three times in the last three years for the New Orleans Bowl, and each time felt satisfied afterward.

Leaving the land of the French Quarter without feeling good after the fourth quarter would have been silly. 796 more words

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Picking bowl games is exercise in futility

There are approximately 3,402 bowl games, and three of them really matter.

That won’t stop me from watching all 3,402 of them, however. Or predicting the winners in them, despite that being a nearly impossible task, as the motivations of 18-23 year olds in their final games of the season, which are essentially exhibitions and mostly played in fun, warm climates, are a tad unpredictable. 720 more words

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53 Midstate players competing in bowl games

So your favorite team didn’t advance to a bowl game?

No fear. The season doesn’t need to end for you quite yet.

With 53 Midstate players participating in bowl games, there’s still plenty of rooting interest for local fans. 934 more words

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Blackman's Hardy commits to Navy

MURFREESBORO – Blackman senior Quentin Hardy wrapped up his high school football career as one of the top wide receivers in program history.

Hardy will get a chance to continue for one of the country’s service academies. 584 more words

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SDSU fraternity shut down amid harassment investigation

SAN DIEGO – A fraternity has been shut down at San Diego State as a result of misconduct issues, including harassment during an anti-rape rally. 281 more words

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College football bowl rankings: No. 29 to No. 22

College football bowl season gets underway Saturday and this year we’re treated to a total of 39 games, including the the national championship.

Every day this week, we’re counting down the bowl games ranked by watchability. 756 more words

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IU lands Carmel athlete, former Ohio State commit over weekend

Indiana football coaches have told Carmel High School coach Kevin Wright that to turn around the program, the Hoosiers need players accustomed to winning.

In Isaac James, IU is getting such a player. 477 more words

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