View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Thursday, June 04, 2009

4th June 2009, 07:03 AM
Each day we strive to find article links involving Georgia Southern athletics and former Georgia Southern athletes. Should you find we missed an article link, please reply to help keep the Eagle Faithful informed:

1. Eagle Football Ranked in Preseason Polls

[Three preseason publications have ranked Georgia Southern Football among the ‘Top 25’ heading into the 2009 campaign.]


2. Everett Teaford shines in Carolina League

[Everett Teaford of Alpharetta, a standout pitcher at Centennial High School, is making a name for himself in the Carolina League, the Single A advanced division.]


3. Rocks' Teaford stymies K-Tribe for sixth victory

[Everett Teaford's sixth straight quality start and solo homers from Clint Robinson and Jeff Bianchi led the Blue Rocks to a 4-2 win Wednesday afternoon.]


4. Clinton LumberKings Fall to the Kane County Cougars 3-1 - Midwest League

[Kane County added an insurance run in the seventh inning, loading the bases on two hits and a walk against right-hander Blake Nation. ]


5. Travs Beat Corpus Christi Again

[The Travs doubled their run total in the sixth inning with a two-RBI single by Bourjos, scoring Flint Wipke and Hainley Statia.]


6. Senators blank Fisher Cats

[Matt Whitney opened the third with a double, then Jemel Spearman reached on a sacrifice bunt with Whitney beating the pitcher's throw to third. Michael Martinez lined an RBI double, Ofilio Castro cranked a two-run triple, and Joel Guzman capped the scoring with an RBI double.]


7. Two tied for first-day lead at the Palmetto Amateur

[Augusta's Jeff Knox was just one shot back at 68 (33-35), followed by four players - Logan Blondell from Georgia Southern, Adam Cohan from Georgia Tech, Bill Jones from Mercer University and Ben Weatherly, from Melbourne, Australia, tied at 69, just two shots back. The former Gaffney High golfer Gallman has won before at Palmetto Golf Club, capturing the Southern Cross Golf Tournament his senior year in 2006.]


8. West names new coach

[Following his approval, (John) Pate was on the road early yesterday looking for places to live. He and his wife Tammi will return to Georgia to see their son graduate this weekend and head back here on Sunday. Pate said they are looking for a home in the county and “the closer the better” said Pate due to his admitted obsessive work habits. Pate said football is his hobby and spending time on the field and in the field house is what he does.]


9. WCU young and restless in football

[With a schedule that opens with Vanderbilt, Georgia Southern and Furman in the first four weeks and closes with FCS playoff contenders Elon, Eastern Kentucky and Appalachian State the last three games Wagner is going to need a lot of young players to perform very well in order to get the turnaround started in Cullowhee.]


10. Overall Strength of Schedule and The Gators

[Now I agree that UF has a lack luster out of conference schedule with the exception of FSU. Who is some what on the way back. However UF also plays usually a citadel and a Georgia Southern. Maybe even a troy or eastern Carolina.]


4th June 2009, 09:49 AM
I thought I had heard the Pates were going to Texas. From the article links it looks like North Carolina. I hope it works out well for them.