View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Thursday, November 12, 2009

12th November 2009, 06:58 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. Martz and Lynch Honored by CCSA

[Courtney Martz (Woodbine, Ga.) and Alden Lynch (Jacksonville, Fla.) were honored by the CCSA for their performance against Campbell Friday. Martz won four events and set a pool record in the 199-63 home-opening win. Lynch won both the 1 and 3 meter diving events.]



[Georgia Southern Football returns to Paulson Stadium this Saturday (Nov. 14) for Homecoming 2009. The Eagles will play host to Southern Conference rival Furman, kickoff scheduled for 2 p.m.]


3. Of Signing Day and Opening Night ...

[In the spirit of the new season and the smell of freshly printed media guides, Coach Charlton "C.Y." Young re-answered the questions that were posed to him his junior year for the 1991-92 media guide, with the benefits of 17 years of life experience.]


4. With Curry gone, SoCon could be up for grabs

[Led by point guard Willie Powers, who suffered a season-ending injury against The Citadel last year, and All-SoCon Freshman Ben Drayton, GSU has a whole new swagger under first-year coach Charlton Young, a former point guard at GSU himself.]


5. Chapple setting records, seeking wins

[Just as he did in the happy days of August, Lee Chapple still greets an interviewer with a firm handshake, a direct look and a, "How are you, sir."]


6. Furman Paladins' football defense sees opportunity

[“We’ve just got to play better as a football team,” Hatcher said. “We’ve had our fair share of problems on both sides of the football. We’ve just got to let it all hang out and go out there and play better.”]


7. Furman kickers hope to make difference at Georgia Southern

[Unfortunately, Furman’s three games since then have been decided by considerably more than three points, as the Paladins have dropped their last three contests by an average margin of 22.3.]


8. News Flash: Memphis mulls next coach

[Chris Hatcher: The Georgia Southern coach is a disciple of Hal Mumme. Hatcher won a Division II national title at Valdosta State in 2004.]