View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Wednesday, September 23, 2009

23rd September 2009, 05:45 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 golf takes second place in Rhode Island

[“It was a good showing for the Eagles, but we are a little disappointed we didn’t play better today,” said Eagle head coach Larry Mays. “The team’s character really showed with them being disappointed in a second-place finish competing in such a tough field. But with our past two tournaments, we are definitely on the right path as a team.”]


2. Former ECI linebacker Flott to see the field against UTC

[“They’ve beaten us two years in a row by a total of five points,” said GSU coach Chris Hatcher. “This has become quite a battle. I think it’s become a good rivalry even though it’s better for them because they’ve beaten us. Our guys have to get focused. We have to play better on the road than we did verse South Dakota. I think this is a huge game in the conference race even though we’re only in week four.”]

http://www.gsueaglenation.com/pages/full_story/push?article-Former+ECI+linebacker+Flott+to+see+the+field+again st+UTC%20&id=3681190-Former+ECI+linebacker+Flott+to+see+the+field+again st+UTC&instance=football_article_player

3. Run returns to GSU playbook

["We scaled (the passing game) back in the third game," Chapple said. "We felt that was better for our style of offense, but whatever works, we'll run."]


4. What's wrong with Matt Forte and Juaquin Iglesias

[I was wondering why Adrian Peterson was in for so long for a stint in the second quarter when we tied the game right before halftime?]


5. Senior golfer wins first tournament of fall

[Dicus said he thinks that men’s golf will be one of the strongest sports nationally for the Southern Conference this year. He believes Chattanooga and Georgia Southern will be the best teams in the conference. “[Chattanooga and Georgia Southern] are the only two teams I see that if we play how we should play, and they play how they should play, they should probably beat us,” he said. “So a successful year for us [will be either] third, fourth or fifth [in the SoCon]. Anything below that is certainly not successful.”]