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Listen to the sirens, hymns and cries while help is on the way

By Chris Allen Brown/Associate Editor

If you listen, you can hear it.

You can hear the ear-piercing alarm from an apartment building missing most of its exterior; the sounds of chainsaws slicing up fallen trees blocking the roads; the sirens from emergency vehicles racing through a dampened city. 435 more words


Football takes home 'solid' recruiting class

Daniel Mayes, Sports Editor

The first Wednesday of February marks national signing day, when high school football recruits are able to officially sign with universities to continue their academic and athletic careers. 433 more words


JSU football lands Clemson transfer Cooper

Daniel Mayes, Sports Editor

On Tuesday, Jacksonville State officially signed quarterback Zerrick Cooper, who transfers from ACC power Clemson.

The signing was announced via Twitter by Cooper and JSU Tight Ends Coach and Recruiting Coordinator JR Sandlin. 114 more words


Battle of the birds: JSU hosts Kennesaw State in the FCS second round action

Timothy Cash, Sports Editor

If Jacksonville State’s football team had to choose what they liked best about their No. 3 seed in the playoff, most of the guys would say it is the respect they got from the Championship Committee. 512 more words


Lea and Cline intertwine as offensive line stabilities

By Chris Brown

Jystin Cline and Dulan Lea are as interchangeable as a tomato being a fruit or vegetable.

OK, technically, maybe not their names, but Justin Lea and Dylan Cline’s ability to play multiple positions along Jacksonville State’s offensive line have made the duo as versatile as any two linemen who have come through Jacksonville in recent memory. 1,288 more words

Gamecocks race past Murray State

Daniel Mayes, Chanty Sports Reporter

After a bit of a rocky start that led to Jacksonville State trailing after the first quarter, the Gamecocks recovered to blow out Murray State 59-23 for their 30th consecutive Ohio Valley Conference victory on Saturday. 448 more words


Gamecocks winning despite slow starts

Daniel Mayes, Chanty Sports Reporter

In both of Jacksonville State football’s last two games, the team has struggled to a sluggish start.

It took the Gamecocks until their third drive in Saturday’s 23-7 homecoming win against Southeast Missouri State to put up their first points, a 65-yard catch-and-run from Kendrick Doss to Trae Barry, and even then that was their only points in the first quarter and only touchdown before late in the fourth quarter. 367 more words