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Auburn’s Jason Smith tips the ball to himself for 77-yard TD reception

The Iron Bowl has been interesting, to say the least. For the most part, it’s been a battle of the kickers as the two teams traded field goals in the first half. 155 more words


Jason Smith tips the ball to himself to score a touchdown against Alabama

Auburn just trolling with these catches pic.twitter.com/3c2S9jYP3b

— Bo Churney (@bochurney) November 28, 2015

It wasn’t to win the game like Ricardo Louis’s catch was a couple of years ago against Georgia, but Jason Smith helped Auburn get a touchdown against the Crimson Tide defense with this spectacular catch.

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Jason Smith 77-Yard Touchdown Catch Keeps Auburn Alive in Iron Bowl

The Alabama Crimson Tide took a 19-6 lead. Auburn Tigers wide receiver Jason Smith tipped, then caught a 77-yard touchdown pass. Not quite “Prayer at Jordan Hare” level, but a heck of a play. 12 more words

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'Streaks, Warriors fall in Tip-Off Classic

KINNIKINNICK – In what was advertised to be possibly the best match-up all day long, the final outcome revealed other things.

Sandwiched between two other area basketball games, Adena fell 71-42 to Circleville on Friday afternoon in the Zane Trace Tip-Off Classic. 679 more words


GMC Boys Bowling 2015-16 Season Preview

As the Greater Middlesex Conference’s incumbent average leader and one of two key returning letterwinners, Alex Sorge will be counted upon to carry the South Brunswick High School boys bowling team. 1,678 more words


Warriors’ sights aimed at SVC crown

FRANKFORT – Simply put, a .500 record this season is not acceptable for the Adena Warriors.

The last time the Warriors were seen, they were on the losing end of a 46-44 heartbreaker to Lucasville Valley in a Division III sectional final, finishing their season with a 12-12 record. 1,055 more words


Senators notebook: The secret to playing sound defence

We’ve heard Senators coach Dave Cameron and Senators players talk about the need to play grittier.

Now let’s hear assistant coach Jason Smith’s explanation for how the Senators can be harder to play against in their own end. 542 more words