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Blueblood
26th August 2009, 07:10 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. Former teammates reunite at GSU

[“The guy just came down here, wanted to play football and walk on to the team, so we let him do it,” said GSU coach Chris Hatcher. “I don’t turn down too many walkons. Jamere said he was a good player, so we said, ‘c’mon.’”]

http://www.gsueaglenation.com/pages/full_story/push?article-Former+teammates+reunite+at+GSU%20&id=3259692-Former+teammates+reunite+at+GSU&instance=articles_player


2. GSU's Sumner determined to start

["After the spring game, I've been impressed with the fact he hasn't let anything go to his head," said GSU tight ends coach Mitch Stewart. "He came right back to work and kept making plays. He's a guy, when the ball is thrown his way, he believes he's suppose to make the catch."]

http://savannahnow.com/node/772627


3. 'Nole Your Enemy: The Huge North Carolina Tar Heel Defense

[We continue our " 'Nole Your Enemy" Series with The North Carolina Tar Heels, who the 'Noles will play on a possibly Cold Thursday Night, October 22nd. Making this game even tougher is North Carolina's schedule (the Heels play Virginia and Georgia Southern before they host the 'Noles, which is basically two bye weeks).]

http://www.tomahawknation.com/2009/8/25/1001367/nole-your-enemy-the-huge-north


4. 2009-2010 NC State Basketball Schedule Released

[Georgia Southern (at Reynolds Coliseum) -- With no rotation mainstay taller than 6-7, they were killed in the paint in terms of both FG% and rebounding. Theirs was one of the nation's ten worst defenses, and the offense wasn't a whole lot better. This is one team that won't be exploiting us in the blocks.]

http://www.backingthepack.com/2009/8/25/1002066/2009-2010-nc-state-basketball


5. Ducks Split Twin Bill

[Camden rallied for three runs on six hits in the fifth inning against reliever Joe Valentine and took a 5-4 lead. A RBI triple by Chris Walker was the big blow of the frame.]

http://www.oursportscentral.com/services/releases/?id=3893279


6. Naturals get early lead, Cards come back

[Springfield would get another run in the top of the third when second baseman Colt Sedbrook led off with a homer to left. It was the ninth home run Teaford (3-7) surrendered to the Cards this season in five starts. The southpaw came into the game with an ERA over 12, and lowered that with a five inning effort that, other than the two homers, was solid. He allowed five hits and struck out four and surrendered the three runs, all coming off the two homers.]

http://www.oursportscentral.com/services/releases/?id=3893340


7. Eugene continues to plague Everett

[The Emeralds boosted the lead to 4-1 when Ty Wright doubled, advanced to third on Griffin Benedict’s single and scored on Kevin Winn’s sacrifice fly.]

http://www.registerguard.com/csp/cms/sites/web/sports/19197687-41/story.csp


8. Spinners pound Aberdeen

[Francisco Plasencia reached on a bunt when Jeroloman committed a throwing error, loading the bases. Jemel Spearman then plated Rooney with a run-scoring ground out.]

http://www.eagletribune.com/pusports/local_story_238011318.html?keyword=topstory

Bleu
26th August 2009, 04:11 PM
"The Emeralds boosted the lead to 4-1 when Ty Wright doubled, advanced to third on Griffin Benedict’s single and scored on Kevin Winn’s sacrifice fly."

Ty and Grif are on the same team????

McEagle
26th August 2009, 07:27 PM
"The Emeralds boosted the lead to 4-1 when Ty Wright doubled, advanced to third on Griffin Benedict’s single and scored on Kevin Winn’s sacrifice fly."

Ty and Grif are on the same team????

Yes.

http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?sid=milb&t=t_ibp&cid=461