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Just when you thought we may be done with conference realignment for while, we weren’t. After a 31 win season that only resulted in them getting a #10 seed, Wichita State decided it was time for their program to move to a bigger conference. 1,573 more words

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Work underway for park that will connect YSU, downtown


YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Team members were out working on a pocket park in Youngstown known as The Wedge at Hazel Hill on Sunday.

It’s one of five community projects funded by the Innovative Plan for Leveraging Arts Through Community Engagement Initiative in Youngstown. 111 more words

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Youngstown State's Ma'lik Richmond Settles Lawsuit With University, Rejoins Team

Ma’lik Richmond reluctantly found himself in the middle of a firestorm earlier this year after a petition called for his dismissal from the football team. Richmond was one of two teens who served nearly a year in jail after he was found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl at Steubenville High School in Ohio. 195 more words

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Dellovade earns MVFC top defensive honors

YOUNGSTOWN, OH (WYTV)-This week’s Missouri Valley Football Conference players of the week include WR Jaelon Acklin and LB Brett Taylor of Western Illinois; LB Armand Dellovade of Youngstown State; RS Deion Holliman of Missouri State; and FS Suni Lane of UNI. 1,373 more words

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Dellovade earns MVFC top defensive honors

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – This week’s Missouri Valley Football Conference players of the week include WR Jaelon Acklin and LB Brett Taylor of Western Illinois; LB Armand Dellovade of Youngstown State; RS Deion Holliman of Missouri State; and FS Suni Lane of UNI. 1,376 more words

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The Latest: Convicted Rapist Allowed To Play In College Game

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) – A federal appeals court is allowing an Ohio man convicted of rape as a teen to play in a college football game Saturday. 87 more words

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Patriots lose a much needed pass rusher

The New England Patriots used their top selection, a third round pick, on Derek Rivers from Youngstown State. Rivers spent his college career terrorizing quarterbacks, and was expected to do much of the same in Foxboro. 247 more words

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