Citadel walk-on commitment Boeing Brown has an interesting name and an intriguing story.
Brown was a ballyhooed QB recruit early in his high school career — so ballyhooed that somebody created this facebook page urging Steve Spurrier to recruit the 6-4, 220-pounder to USC.
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Stephen Curry played in the SoCon.
When news of Davidson’s move from the Southern Conference to the Atlantic 10 broke on Tuesday, SoCon commissioner John Iamarino was surprised.
As Davidson made the move official Wednesday, Iamarino’s reaction had officially changed to “disappointed.”
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The Southern Conference is closing in on three new members to replace departing schools Georgia Southern, App State and College of Charleston.
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My feature for Friday on Citadel catcher Joe Jackson (or Joe Johnson, as he’s known to his teammates) was bumped to next week, so I thought I’d type a few words here on Bulldogs baseball as they host Davidson this weekend.
Wednesday’s game at No. 1 North Carolina was going to be difficult under any circumstances, but The Citadel got the full Tar Heel in UNC’s 13-0 win. North Carolina is so good that the loss actually bumped the Bulldogs’ RPI up to No. 48 from 52 at boydsworld.com
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Citadel basketball is losing a pair of sophomore reserves as guard Lawrence Miller and center Michael Hundley both plan to transfer, school officials confirmed Wednesday.
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The Citadel’s baseball team had a 10-game win streak snapped in Saturday night/Sunday morning’s 14-10 loss at Furman, but the last two weeks have been great for the Bulldogs.
In fact, they might be close to climbing on to the bubble for the 64-team NCAA Tournament.
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