Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Daily Football Roudup 10-1

SOSU set to honor 1988 football team

DURANT -- Southeastern Oklahoma State will honor the 1988 football team during its season-ending contest with rival East Central on Nov. 8.
The 1988 squad was a team of firsts. They were the first to finish an undefeated regular season in Southeastern history, as well as the first team to advance to the postseason in football. It became the first team in Southeastern history to knock off a No. 1-ranked team at Paul Laird Field thanks to a 21-14 overtime victory over Central Arkansas.

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From the Bullpen (Oct. 1)
By J. Scott Russell

The Midwestern State Mustangs moved up four spots to No. 17 in this week’s AFCA poll, giving the Lone Star Conference four schools in the top 20.

Two other conferences — the MIAA and the Pennsylvania State Athletic — also have four member schools in the top 25 poll.

But as Mustangs head coach Bill Maskill is fond of saying – the only thing that matters is the regional rankings.

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Javelinas Hit The Road Again To Play The Texans

KINGSVILLE - After taking 3-4 during the longest road trip in school history, the Javelinas dubbed themselves 'road warriors'.

Although, the three teams they beat had a combined record of 2-13. Now, the Hogs will have a chance to win big and keep their nickname on Saturday with their game against the Tarleton State Texans.

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