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Blueblood
22nd October 2009, 07:21 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. The rivalry

[It just doesn’t get much better than this. Arguably college football’s most even rivalry (the Mountaineers lead the all-time series 12-11-1), the Georgia Southern/Appalachian State matchup always seems to have huge implications. This time around, it’s no different.]

http://www.gsueaglenation.com/pages/full_story/push?article-The+rivalry%20&id=4081443-The+rivalry&instance=articles_player


2. Hatcher excited about Eagles’ progress

[“I’m excited about this team,” Hatcher said after Saturday’s 30-20 win over Chattanooga. “I’m excited about the way our defense is playing, and our young receivers are learning their routes and what we’re expecting of them. (Defensive tackle) Brent Russell is playing as good as anyone in the league, and in preseason we weren’t sure how he was going to fit in.”]

http://www.macon.com/168/story/888303.html


3. Quotes and Video from the Moc's Media Lunch

["I do not think that we played our best last week. Coming off the Wofford and Samford wins, we played really well on both sides of the ball, very consistent. I think playing Georgia Southern down there, their backs were against the wall a little bit. It was a must win for them. I think their coaches had them really prepared to play. We did not play our best, but those things happen. We have to come back, regroup and practice well this week and get ourselves back to where we are playing good football. Whether we win or lose, I want our team improving and playing good fundamental football. We had some breakdowns last week that have not shown up since the Glenville State game."]

http://www.gomocs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17700&ATCLID=204818545


4. Health key to success for Adams

["I've been battling injuries throughout my career. This is the first year in probably six years that I've been healthy. It's not like I found lightning in a bottle," said Adams, who played two years for the University of Georgia before transferring to Georgia Southern, where he was an All-Southern Conference player and met his wife, Beth.]

http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2009/oct/22/health-key-to-success-for-adams/