JSU Football season ends in second round of FCS Playoffs

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In the second round of the FCS Playoffs, the Jacksonville State Gamecocks lost 37-26 to the Sam Houston Bearkats. The Gamecocks season ends with an overall 10-2 record. In the loss, JSU had more rushing and passing yards than Sam

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Townser hits game-winning three at buzzer for JSU Men

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JACKSONVILLE – JaQuail Townser’s 3-pointer with 1.4 seconds left in overtime lifted the Jacksonville State men’s basketball team to a thrilling 79-76 win over Winthrop at Pete Mathews Coliseum. Townser, who finished the game with a career-high 24 points, got

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Five in a row for Women’s Basketball

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JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville State women’s basketball team defeated Georgia Southern 78-52 to extend their win streak to five. With only one loss being the first game of the season to Texas Tech, the Gamecocks overall record is 5-1. In their

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Holiday gifts for the gamer in your life

The holidays are nearly upon us. “But it isn’t even December yet!” you may say. That’s exactly what I think every year right before the Christmas season hits me like a ton of bad fruitcake. It’s as if some hidden

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A barista’s Black Friday blues

While there are some people are gearing up for Thanksgiving and others are jumping straight into Christmas, everybody has been preparing for the infamous third holiday in the middle of all of the nonstop, face-stuffing madness—Black Friday. As a barista,

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Rick Bragg visits campus to talk about ‘The Killer’

When people think of Jerry Lee Lewis, known to many as ‘The Killer,’ one of two things probably come to mind: a rock ‘n’ roll legend or a man who married his cousin. As both of these things are true,

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Why not be thankful for government, too?

Being a young person interested in politics, it’s not often that I hear people telling me how thankful they are for government. Doesn’t it seem like if and when you hear someone talking about government, they’re mostly complaining? In fact,

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