View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Wednesday, October 02, 2013

2nd October 2013, 07:49 AM
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1. Volleyball Keeps Rolling, Downs The Citadel 3-0

["Meghan and Rock have been serving great all year and gave us great opportunities to score points tonight," said Georgia Southern coach Dustin Wood. "We just told them to be aggressive with it, and they were tonight."]


2. Eagle Football Goes Back on the Road to Samford

[Both the Eagles and Bulldogs play only one home game in the month of October as Samford closes out a three-game homestand Saturday and Georgia Southern returns to Paulson Stadium for Military Appreciation Day October 12th vs. The Citadel.]


3. Evans Ties for Third, Eagle Golf Places Seventh at Shoal Creek

["It's not the day we were looking for, but we did have some positives to build on," said Georgia Southern coach Larry Mays. "Will is off to a great start with another top-3 finish. We have to get back home and work on consistency as we head up to Atlanta for our next event."]


4. GATA Club All-Sports Reunion Set for Nov. 9

[Georgia Southern Athletics and the Athletic Foundation are hosting an all-sports reunion the weekend of Nov. 8-10, centered around the Eagles' final home football contest of the season, a 2 p.m. contest against Western Carolina, Saturday, Nov. 9.]


5. Men's and Women's Basketball Season Tickets Now Available

[Season tickets for Georgia Southern Men's and Women's Basketball are now available to both new and returning buyers. Returning season ticket holders have until October 7th to renew their seats while new customers can lock-in their spot at Hanner Fieldhouse now. For more information and to purchase, call 1-800-GSU-WINS or visit the Georgia Southern Athletics Ticket Office in the Cowart Building adjacent to Paulson Stadium.]


6. Molly Williams Named SoCon Women's Soccer Player of the Week

[Georgia Southern goalkeeper Molly Williams has been named the Southern Conference women's soccer player of the week for all competition Sept. 23-29.]


7. Koo steps in at Georgia Southern

[“The thing I like about this group (of place-kickers) is we’re not backed into a corner with one guy,” Monken said. “The pressure is off because one guy does not have to be the guy. I don’t want Koo to feel all the pressure is on him.”]


8. Close enough for ya?

[Was that close enough for you? Georgia Southern and Chattanooga, for the third year in a row, played a down-to-the-wire, turn-your-hair-gray ball game that came down to the last play of the game.]


9. Eagles Prove To Mocs That A One-Dimension Offense Can Win

[“I don’t think I’ve ever played in a game when the other team had zero yards passing,” Daniel Ring, UTC’s sophomore defensive tackle from Lighthouse Point, Fla., said Tuesday. “That’s a very strange thing.”]


10. Mocs Hoping to Regroup After Another Tough Loss to GSU

[The Mocs must feel like they're in some sort of bad movie when they play the Eagles because it never ends well. Said quarterback Jacob Huesman,"After the game I was kind of saying to myself over and over again. How does this happen again? How does this happen again?" Added defensive lineman Daniel Ring,"I mean we are going to try to move past it, but I also don't think that we should forget. Just that gut feeling we had after that game. you just never want to feel that again."]