View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Tuesday, August 18, 2009

18th August 2009, 06:43 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. Single Game Football Tickets on Sale

[Single game tickets for the upcoming 2009 Georgia Southern Football season are currently on sale. The Eagles play five regular season games at Paulson Stadium, starting Saturday, September 5th against Albany (N.Y.).]


2. Practice Report: Volleyball Concludes First Week of Camp

[“It’s been a good pre-season. The girls have come in with a lot of energy day in and day out. Our efforts have been good throughout camp so far,” said Callihan. “We still have some things we need to work on technically, but the attitudes have been great and I think that’s really going to allow us to continue to grow.”]


3. Travs rally for win in ninth inning, 3-2

[After catching the ball, Sutton fired a one-hope throw to catcher Flint Wipke, who blocked the plate and held on after Sogard ran him over completing a double play.]


4. CAMP NOTES: Figurs making a push at receiver

[Jayson Foster: At 5-foot-7, the rookie from Georgia Southern looks more like a short point-guard than a wideout. However, despite being a shorter player, Foster has a strong build. What he brings to the table is tremendous quickness and shiftiness. In 1-on-1 drills, Foster displayed that quickness when he ran a perfect double slant-and-go, leaving cornerback Chris Carr in his wake. If Foster continues to be a gamebreaker, he could find his way onto the practice squad.]


5. Ravens Training Camp: Monday PM Edition

[WR Jayson Foster took a few snaps in the Wildcat formation, either handing off or running the ball, with reserve QB Drew Willy split out as a wide receiver.]


6. Ryan vents against Ravens

[Because the Ravens were shorthanded at wide receiver, Kelley Washington, Justin Harper and diminutive Jayson Foster saw action with the first-team offense.]