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Cleveland State announces 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland State Vikings have announced their official men’s basketball schedule for the upcoming 2021-22 season. Cleveland State will begin their season with two exhibition contests. First on Saturday, Oct. 30, vs. Case Western, and then on Sunday, Nov. 5, vs. Otterbein. Tip times and all promotions for the 2021-22 season, including the VIKEtober Basketball Showcase scrimmage event at the Wolstein Center, will be announced at a later date.
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Notre Dame College, Lakeland teams rise in national rankings

Two local college programs are playing well, and rising in national rankings. • The Notre Dame College football team rose two spots — from No. 10 to No. 8 — in the American Football Coaches Association poll following its 31-15 win over Wheeling. It’s the 23rd straight week the Falcons...
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Ian Cook Receives CFP/Dr. Pepper Go Teach Award

CLEVELAND, Ohio (EMUEagles.com) - Eastern Michigan University cross country seniorIan Cook (Worthington, Ohio-Thomas Worthington) was honored by the College Football Playoff Foundation and Dr. Pepper with a $12,500 scholarship, the Mid-American Conference announced today, Sept. 14. MAC Commissioner Dr. John Steinbrecher, along with Vice President/Director of Athletics Scott Wetherbee and...
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Quick Hits: Babers seals Syracuse’s fate by opting to punt

Syracuse lost in frustrating fashion, 17-7, to old Big East foe Rutgers on Saturday afternoon. Here are some tidbits from the game:. Syracuse fans who wanted more running plays later in the game would likely be surprised by how generally ineffective the ground game was. The Orange had the following rushes for four or more yards in the game – one on the first drive (Sean Tucker – 5), three on the second drive (Tucker – 9, Tommy DeVito – 6, Tucker – 6), one on the third drive (Tucker – 5), Tucker’s third quarter touchdown (24 yards), DeVito’s two fourth quarter runs in obvious passing situations (17 and 20 yards). Those eight carries totaled 92 yards. The other 17 running plays (with sacks removed) generated two yards.
ORANGE, OH
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Miller wins MAC honor following three interception game

Redshirt junior cornerback Montre Miller was named the Mid-American Conference East Divison’s Co-Defensive Player of the Week after his dominating performance in the Kent State football team’s victory over the Virginia Military Institute. Miller became the first Flash since 2008 to have three interceptions in one game on Saturday. He...
KENT, OH
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Miller, Kent State run over VMI 60-10

KENT, Ohio (AP) — Montre Miller intercepted three passes, seven different players scored rushing touchdowns and Kent State cruised to a 60-10 win over VMI. The Golden Flashes piled up 698 total yards, 494 on the ground. Marquez Cooper led the way with 119 yards on 12 carries and scored the opening touchdown 1 1/2 minutes into the game.
KENT, OH
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Kent State's historic rushing perfomance key in home opening win

Last week against Texas A&M, the second best rushing defense in the country last season, the Kent State football team ran for 226 yards. On Saturday against the Virginia Military Institute, the Flashes rushed for 494 yards, their most since 1954, as they defeated the Keydets 60-10 and improved to 1-1.
KENT, OH

Montre Miller’s three interceptions help power Kent State to 60-10 blowout of Virginia Military Institute

KENT, Ohio — Montre Miller intercepted three passes, seven players scored rushing touchdowns and Kent State cruised to a 60-10 win over VMI on Saturday. The Golden Flashes (1-1) piled up 698 total yards, 494 on the ground. Marquez Cooper led the way with 119 yards on 12 carries and scored the opening touchdown 1 1/2 minutes into the game. Joachim Bangda scored on a 60-yard run and Daniel Bangura closed it out with a 49-yard scamper. Receiver Nykeim Johnson, a Syracuse transfer, had a touchdown rushing and receiving.
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Kent State vs VMI Prediction, Game Preview

Kent State vs VMI prediction and game preview. The VMI offense got hot early and closed late in the 45-24 win over Davidson, and now it brings the balanced attack to keep up against high-octane Golden Flash offense. The Keydets should be able to throw effectively – Seth Morgan is...
KENT, OH
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State/ACC Roundup: Kent State smothers VMI

KENT, Ohio — Montre Miller intercepted three passes as FBS member Kent State cruised to a 60-10 win over FCS member VMI on Saturday. The Golden Flashes (1-1) piled up 698 total yards, including 494 on the ground — its most rushing yards in a game since 1954. Marquez Cooper ran for 119 yards and scored the opening touchdown 1 1/2 minutes into the game. Joachim Bangda scored on a 60-yard run and Daniel Bangura closed it out with a 49-yard scamper.
KENT, OH
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Syracuse football vs. Rutgers preview: Five things to watch

Hopefully a win on Saturday has everyone right back in the rhythm of a typical game week. Since we’re just two days away from the Syracuse Orange football team’s matchup against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, we’re focused on every angle of the game. So before things kick off at 2 p.m. ET from the Carrier Dome, we let you know the five biggest things you’ll want to watch out for once things get started.
SYRACUSE, OH
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Syracuse Football: Three keys for the Orange to take down Rutgers

Syracuse football (Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports) Syracuse football has its biggest non-conference game against northeast rival Rutgers this Saturday afternoon. Syracuse football cruised by Ohio 29-9 in the 2021 season opener. Next up for the Orange is Rutgers, a recruiting rival and the premiere non-conference opponent for SU...
SYRACUSE, OH