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Wolford: Nania scheduled to play next week

Youngstown, Ohio (WYTV)- Despite the stellar performance from Youngstown State true freshman Hunter Wells against Butler, Coach Eric Wolford said in his postgame press conference that Dante Nania is scheduled to come back and play this Saturday against St. 149 more words

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Wells, Berassa blowout Butler

Youngstown, Ohio (WYTV)- Freshman quarterback Hunter Wells threw for 297 yards with four touchdown passes and senior Jelani Berassa caught six passes for a career-high 167 yards and three TDs to lead the Youngstown State football team to a 44-13 win over Butler on Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium. 583 more words

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YSU rides big days from Ruiz, Nania

Youngstown, OH (WYTV)- Junior quarterback Dante Nania passed for a career-high 288 yards with two touchdowns and Martin Ruiz rushed for 148 yards and two scores as the Youngstown State football team held off a scrappy Duquesne team for a 34-23 win on Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium. 636 more words

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Cejudo earns MVFC honors

Youngstown, Ohio (WYTV)- Youngstown State senior punter/placekicker Joey Cejudo was named the Missouri Valley Football Conference player of the week on Sunday for his performance in the season-opener at Illinois. 147 more words

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YSU opponent nearly knocked off Buffalo

Youngstown, Ohio (WYTV)- The Youngstown State football team plays its home opener on Saturday against Duquesne at Stambaugh Stadium. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. It will be a busy day around the YSU campus so fans come down and part of the action. 212 more words

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WATCH: Youngstown State with a 'butt punt'

Move over Mark Sanchez. The butt fumble has been replaced by the butt punt.

Youngstown State went up against Illinois on Saturday and had a bit of a rough go of it on special teams in their 28-17 loss. 46 more words

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Illini, Lunt Survive Youngstown Scare 28-17

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — It took a while but new quarterback Wes Lunt delivered a come-from-behind 28-17 win Saturday for Illinois over Youngstown State in a season opener. 433 more words

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