Quick poll: Which team will win Michigan State-Oregon matchup?

   September 6, 2014 3:14 pm    0

Today’s big game in college football is No. 7 at Michigan State at No. 3 Oregon, beginning at 6:30 p.m. (Erie area fans have a bigger interest in the game because Cathedral Prep grads Damion Terry and Delton Williams are on the Michigan State roster.) Answer our poll:

 

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Vote in this poll after James Conner’s latest effort

   September 6, 2014 11:11 am    0

Earlier this week, On Campus asked readers if the ACC was too quick to mention Pitt running back James Conner as a Heisman Trophy candidate after he ran wild in the opener against FCS school Delaware. However, Conner ran all over Boston College on Friday night, finishing with 213 yards and a touchdown. The sophomore…

 

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Former District 10 players make PSAC two-deep rosters

Nick Dubowski

   September 6, 2014 10:37 am    0

Many PSAC football teams open their seasons this afternoon. Earlier this week, On Campus blog looked at the former District 10 players who were on the two-deep depth charts for Edinboro, Mercyhurst and Gannon. Here’s a look at former District 10 players who have cracked the two-deeps of other PSAC teams: • IUP: Six former District…

 

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Prep grad Terry simulates Oregon QB Mariota at MSU practice

   September 4, 2014 10:33 am    0

The Michigan State football coaching staff is again turning to Damion Terry to simulate the dual-threat skills of an opposing quarterback. Last year, the Cathedral Prep graduate imitated Michigan’s Devin Gardner in practice. As Kyle Austin wrote in an mlive.com story today, Terry now is simulating the ever dangerous Marcus Mariota against the Spartans’ No….

 

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Coffman to be inducted into Grove City Men’s Soccer Hall of Fame

Sam Coffman

   September 4, 2014 1:12 am    1

McDowell assistant girls soccer coach Sam Coffman will be inducted into the Grove City College Men’s Soccer Hall of Fame during the Wolverines’ homecoming weekend Oct. 4. Coffman, who graduated from Grove City in 2002, earned letters all four seasons at stopper. He made first team all-Presidents’ Athletic Conference in 1999 and 2001, while claiming…

 

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Gannon graduate Newby to play in Canada pro league

   September 4, 2014 12:46 am    0

Former Gannon point guard Jabs Newby was picked in the first round, second overall, by the Saint John Mill Rats in the National Basketball League of Canada draft on Aug. 24. Newby, who graduated in the spring with a bachelor’s degree in sports management, was a two-year letter winner at Gannon after transferring from Division…

 

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Former CV star Casey Baker joins Edinboro hoops

   September 4, 2014 12:38 am    0

Casey Baker, who starred at Conneaut Valley and scored 2,073 points for the school that is now part of Conneaut High School, has transferred to Edinboro after playing three seasons at Division II Urbana. The 6-5 Baker, a senior, was the leading rebounder for the Blue Knights, averaging 9.0 boards. He also averaged 11.7 points,…

 

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Gannon announces hoops 2014 recruits

   September 4, 2014 12:18 am    0

Gannon has announced the five basketball recruits for the 2014 season. The newcomers for coach John Reilly’s club that went 20-10 and advanced to the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional in 2014 include Tony Boykins (Kalamazoo, Mich.), a 6-3 guard who transferred from Owens Community College in Toledo, Ohio, and was captain of the 25-6…

 

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Area players compete for playing time with Edinboro

   September 3, 2014 11:05 am    1

The three area NCAA Division II football teams are set to kick off their seasons this week. Edinboro will open Thursday, followed by Gannon and Mercyhurst on Saturday. Here’s a look at some of the former District 10 players who are on the Edinboro two-deep depth chart: (Depth chart might be subject to change.) A total…

 

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ACC doesn’t think it’s too early to mention Conner in Heisman race

James Conner

   September 2, 2014 3:50 pm    0

It’s just one game, and he faced a Football Championship Subdivision team, but already the ACC website is mentioning Pitt’s James Conner as a possible Heisman Trophy candidate. Conner, a 6-foot 2-inch, 250-pound sophomore running back from McDowell, rushed for 153 yards and four touchdowns in about one half of the Panthers’ opening 62-0 win…

 

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