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9361  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: 2010 Fountain City Classic DEFINITELY Needs to be Televised on: October 25, 2010, 10:05:45 AM
As of now there are no plans for TV from any network. There will be four radio broadcasts covering the game. Don't know why a columbus station will carry the game, but oh well. There is very little room in the press box last time I checked.

Will your group webcast this game?   shrug
9362  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Alabama State shuts out Savannah State 24-0 on: October 25, 2010, 10:00:09 AM
YOU TALK TOO MUCH..and then you never SHUT UP...YOU TALK TOO MUCH....somebody post the link to this song...I would if i could... lmao


Here you go, G-Ram

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EheLN-MDzrA&ob=av2e
9363  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Ladies if you live in NYC and your husband travels to ATL every other wknd on: October 25, 2010, 09:55:07 AM
This is an awful situation. 

Just another example that women need to look out for their own interests.
9364  Discussion / From the Tailgate to the Concession Stand / Re: Stone crab season has arrived on: October 25, 2010, 08:31:15 AM
There is no need to brag.   no

9365  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: 2010 Fountain City Classic DEFINITELY Needs to be Televised on: October 24, 2010, 11:03:20 PM
Don't think they meant 40 to 50K inside the stadium.  Stadium might hold 20,000.  They're talking about people in and out of the stadium.  Both FCC and the Tuskegee-Morehouse classics have huge tailgates.

I hope it more like 30 -40K on the inside because it will show others what we can do if an event is properly planned.

Huh?
9366  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Alabama State shuts out Savannah State 24-0 on: October 24, 2010, 09:00:23 PM
^^^^This is correct.  There is a way to say anything.
9367  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: 2010 Fountain City Classic DEFINITELY Needs to be Televised on: October 24, 2010, 08:06:09 PM
Tiger John,

Since you are not in  Columbus, go to Ticket Master's website and make your purchase.

http://www.ticketmaster.com/21st-Annual-Fountain-City-Classic-ASU-vs-FVSU-tickets/artist/1480125
9368  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: 2010 Fountain City Classic DEFINITELY Needs to be Televised on: October 24, 2010, 07:45:45 PM
Yes, I heard you might want to get your tickets early... Grin

I already have mine.   nod   As do other FVS fans who purchased a football season package. 

There is no need to worry.  There will always be tickets available. 
9369  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: So are Y'all saying Mo-House got cheated out of their Homecoming on: October 24, 2010, 07:42:48 PM
 offtopic

I agree.  The FCC should be off the chain in a couple of weeks.   nod

Hopefully both the Billy Goats and the Wildcats will be focused for the upcoming games against Stillman and Lane to come home with the W on Saturday.   nod  That is the next order of business.
9370  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: This is Why B-CU Football Is So Tough on: October 24, 2010, 07:30:46 PM
This was an awesome video. 
9371  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Week 8 Attendance... on: October 24, 2010, 07:23:57 PM
The SIAC attendance figures for the previous games are:

Albany ST @ Morehouse:  19, 234

Benedict @ Miles:  13,551

Tuskegee @ Clark Atlanta:  9, 831

Fort Valley ST @ KY State:  2,377

Stillman @ Lane:  750
9372  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Michelle Rhee Fooled The Public on: October 24, 2010, 10:44:32 AM
That line of thinking is applicable all across the country.
9373  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: VSU Alum in World Series! on: October 24, 2010, 10:42:09 AM
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9374  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Fort Valley State Holds Off Kentucky State: Story and Stats on: October 24, 2010, 10:38:46 AM
Thorobreds' rally falls just short in home finale


By JOSH RAYMER/State Journal Sports Writer


One yard and a missed extra point.


Combined, those two things cost the Kentucky State football team a victory on Saturday against Fort Valley State.


The Thorobreds lost 14-12 despite a rally in the final minute that gave them a chance to tie with no time left on the clock.


Trailing 14-6 with 1:05 left in the game, KSU recovered a fumble on the FVSU 45-yard line. After stalling on the first three downs, KSU got new life with a pass interference call on a fourth down Hail Mary pass.


Taking over at the 11-yard line, quarterback Martez James (who took over for Jerrell Noland) flipped a pass out to Jamaree Gordon in the right flat. Gordon spun around and shed two tackles before making a final dive at the pylon.


The referee closest to Gordon raised both arms in the air – touchdown. Now all KSU needed was a 2-point conversion to send the game into overtime.


James took the snap and surged forward for the goal line. But his push wasn’t enough to overcome the wall of FVSU defenders and he fell a yard short of the endzone.


KSU coach Wayne Dickens said the loss was heartbreaking but that the plays before the final drive were what cost his team the win.

 

“The difference was continuity,” he said. “We weren’t able to sustain a drive without having some sort of miscue that set us behind the chains."

 

Those miscues contributed to a third down conversion percentage of 18 for the Thorobreds in the game.


“When you look at those third downs, a lot of them are third down and long,” Dickens said. “It kills your flow as an offense and starts to wear on you as a team.”


KSU struggled on both sides of the ball in the first half, giving up FVSU touchdown runs to Aaron Courtney and Tony Reid before finally answering with a sustained drive right before halftime.


The Thorobreds took over at the FVSU 36-yard line and used five straight runs by Tony Maddox to move the ball 31 yards. A pass interference call on third down then  moved KSU to within two yards of the endzone.


Noland took advantage with a 1-yard touchdown run that should have cut the FVSU lead to 14-7.


But Chris Spalding missed the extra point and unknowingly forced his team into the tough  situation they faced on the game’s final play.


Despite two tough losses in a row, Dickens said the team’s approach to their final two games won’t change.


“We have to pick ourselves up and dust ourselves off,” he said. “We have to start all over again and that’s the only way you can do it.”


The Thorobreds play at Tuskegee this coming Saturday.


Saturday’s game was Senior Night for KSU and Dickens said the senior class will leave the football team with a ton of memories.


“Some of them make you crack up, others break your heart,” he said. “But I’m going to miss all of these guys tremendously and hopefully we can go out with more success than we had today.”


State Journal/Tricia Spaulding Kentucky State’s Anthony Boykins runs the ball for a first down in the third quarter Saturday against Fort Valley State University at KSU’s Alumni Stadium. The Thorobreds lost their final home game of the season 14-12.



State Journal/Tricia Spaulding Kentucky State’s Grandson Brown, top, and Bernard Crawford Jr. tackle Fort Valley State’s Marquavious Trice Saturday during the third quarter of Saturday’s game at KSU’s Alumni Stadium. Fort Valley won 14-12.


http://www.state-journal.com/news/article/4918548
9375  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Fort Valley State Holds Off Kentucky State: Story and Stats on: October 24, 2010, 10:34:59 AM
As stated on another thread, it was an ugly, scary win. But we will take it.    Grin

The TN Limping Lizards are up next.
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