Monthly Archives: December 2013

Trap Pushes Gamecock Women To Second Straight Loss

Jacksonville State has been plagued by the full-court trap defense against its non-conference opponents. The Ohio Valley Conference seems to have taken notice after the Gamecocks fell to Tennessee-Martin 88-75. “We just don’t handle the ball well enough,” Pietri said. “Until we can handle the ball better, it’s going to be a problem for us. Our point guards have got

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Positioning For Transition

The landscape of collegiate athletics is unstable. Football is to blame. Conferences have lost members, gained members, rebranded themselves and ceased to exist because of it. Despite having other sports, football remains the driving force behind the conferences. But, for universities looking to transition their programs from the Football Championship Subdivision to the Football Bowl Subdivision, sometimes football falls to the

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What If?

What if Jack Crowe never got fired? What if Bill Clark turned down Jacksonville State’s offer and stayed at South Alabama? What if John Grass turned down JSU and stayed at Oxford High School? What if Coty Blanchard chose one more season of college football instead of professional baseball? What if Eli Jenkins remained on defense? What if Griffin Thomas

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