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Super Bowl 53 in review

Sunday evening, Super Bowl 53 was in full effect with the Patriots defeating the Rams 13-3 in a very low scoring affair. The hype did not reach its expectations. Here are some of takeaways from the sports desk: Prince Robinson Jr., Sports Editor: Offense: Sean McVay’s offensive brilliance was nowhere to be found for all four quarters. Jared Goff looked ...

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Report: Lee Stalker will join VSU as defensive coordinator

Another former walk-on could potentially roam the sidelines of Bazemore-Hyder Stadium. According to Football Scoop, a website that breaks football stories from all over the country, Tiffin’s Lee Stalker will join Gary Goff as the new defensive coordinator for the Blazers. Stalker served as the defensive line coach, run game coordinator and special teams coordinator for the Dragons last season. ...

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Jones kindles the Blazers off the bench, flames Hawks

The hero for the Blazers is usually guard Beau Justice, but forward Darrell Jones took the job against Shorter. Jones led the Blazers to a 93-82 victory over the Hawks behind a 22-point and 8-rebound stat line. Justice shot 7-15 but went blank from three, shooting 0-6, something he hasn’t done in seven games. The team struggled from three, shooting ...

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Three-and-out: Bell leaves Blazers for Bulls

After a three year stint as head coach of Valdosta State Football, Kerwin Bell is moving on. Reports that Bell met with University of South Florida coach Charlie Strong began last week and it will be announced that Bell is joining the program soon. The decision to leave VSU comes on the heels of Bell’s first national championship with the ...

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Five takeaways from a historic Blazers season

The Blazers cemented their legacy as possibly the greatest VSU football team in school history after capturing the NCAA Division II National Championship Saturday. But their work isn’t over. This is chapter one of the new dynasty that has taken over Titletown. Here’s five things we learned this year: Don’t Disrespect The Blazers We all remember when the Blazers weren’t ...

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Editorial: Push through your semester woes

Take a deep breath with us. *Inhale* *Exhale* Did you do it? Probably not, so let’s try this again. *Inhale* *Exhale* See? That’s better. The worst is over, Blazers. Well, until finals that is, but at least you can take a breather for a few days. Midterms are finally behind us, and the well-deserved fall break and unexpected hurricane days ...

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Editorial: Rekindling the Firepit

A student section is meant to be flamboyant, energizing and most importantly, loyal especially when the team is slapping around competition while in route to inserting their selves in history. The Blazers are 7-0 and ranked No.7 heading into the homecoming game. They’re arguably the greatest show on DII turf, averaging 50 or more points per game, making them the ...

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Hurricane Michael storms through Valdosta

By now, students will have either made their trek home or shacked up inside their housing accommodations as they prepare for Hurricane Michael to flow through Valdosta. At 8 p.m. on Oct. 10, Michael became a Category 1 storm and was tracked at being about 20 miles southwest of Albany, Georgia, reported CBS News. The maximum wind speed moved to ...

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