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Packers Could Select Favre 2.0

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He may not ever be a Super Bowl champion like former Southern Miss and Green Bay Packer star Brett Favre, but East Carolina quarterback Shane Carden certainly looks like Favre.

Former TXST Athletic Trainer David Gish Honored

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Gish, who passed away in September after battling with cancer, was inducted into the 2015 class of the Southwest Athletic Trainers' Association's Hall of Fame. Well deserved.

Marshall Gets Nice TV Time Slot

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Marshall will play Purdue on Sunday during Labor Day weekend in what could turn out to be a great showcase for the Thundering Herd and Conference USA.

Warhawks DC Troy Reffett leaves for Memphis

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Todd Berry says he will hire from within for the new DC position, which means the Warhawks will most likely be using many of the same schemes of the last few years. Short-term, this shouldn't affect the overall production of the ULM defense too much. They return nine of 11 guys on that side of the ball, and we could very well see improvement in 2015 from what was already a pretty stout unit last season. 2016 is where we will really see the effects of this loss, and how valuable Reffett was.

Conference USA To Allow Cost-of-Attendance Scholarships

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Like all other major and mid-major conferences in the NCAA, Conference USA has decided to allow cost-of-attendance scholarships- helping to level out the playing field among its competitors.

Red Wolves Date

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According to the website, Red Wolves Date is "your official, unofficial one-stop shop for all of your campus dating needs at A-State." Have at it, ladies and gents.

Should Tennessee Schedule Memphis?

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Memphis is 1-22 all-time against Tennessee, with the only win coming in 1996. The teams haven’t played since 2010, but with both programs on the way up, 2015 would be a perfect time to renew the cross-state rivalry.

UAB: What the Numbers Really Say

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But when Andy Schwarz heard that the University of Alabama at Birmingham was going to kill its Division I football program because it was a drain on campus coffers, he was not convinced.

Louisiana Loses DC To The NFL

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Louisiana Defensive Coordinator James Willis has left the university to become a defensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints. In his two seasons as the DC, the Cajuns captured one Sun Belt Championship and two New Orleans Bowl victories