View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Wednesday, September 17, 2008

17th September 2008, 07:22 AM
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1. Golf Wins Raines Intercollegiate in Record Setting Fashion

[“The thing that impresses me the most (about our win) is this was not an easy golf course. The winning scores at the Southern Conference championship the past couple of years on this same course were not as good. So overall this was a great trip. That will give us a lot of confidence going into next April (SoCon championship) when we step on the first tee,” said head coach Larry Mays. “The guys are feeling good about themselves, this was a total team effort... I can’t say enough about Spencer (Fulford), he really came on this tournament. Jordan is out to prove that last year was anomaly. He wants to be part of a good season for us.”]


2. GSU kicking game a concern

["You keep on kicking," Hartley said. "One day, the whole stands will boo you. The next day, you do good, they'll cheer you. They'll love you to death. It's just game by game, day by day. "You have to be better than your last kick. Your next kick, that's how good you are. You have to erase all the previous kicks and make the next one. That's all I can do."]


3. Eagles' defense seeks first interception

["I thought from the midpoint of the third quarter on we looked as good as we have all season," Anders said following the win over the Huskies. "The two-and-a-half quarters before that, I didn't know who I was coaching. I'm disappointed with the first half, but I couldn't be more proud of the whole team and the way we played. If I could figure out the formula to play the fourth quarter the way we've played the fourth quarter the last three games, I would be a rich man."]


4. Johnson knows these Terriers

[What do they feed these former Ohio State quarterbacks? You've got 6-2, 232-pound QB Antonio Henton lighting it up at Georgia Southern. And this week, Furman faces No. 6 Delaware and 6-6, 250-pound QB Robby Schoenhoft, another Ohio State transfer.]