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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | November 19, 2010
Arkansas State (4-6) @ Navy (7-3) Time: 3:30 p.m. Site: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium TV: CBS College Sports Radio: 1090 AM, 1430 AM Series: First meeting Senior farewell: Emotions figure to be running high in the final game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the Midshipmen's 23 seniors. Navy, however, has struggled to start well at home, having fallen behind in each of its past three games in Annapolis. The Mids are 3-1 at home this season, with one of those victories coming against Football Championship Subdivision team Georgia Southern, 13-7.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2012
Darron Edwards can clearly see his path to the NFL. The former Dunbar star and Arkansas State cornerback probably won't be a first- or second-day draft choice next month. But after watching his good friend LaQuan Williams go from undrafted wide receiver to integral special teams player for one of the NFL's premier franchises, Edwards has a blueprint to follow.    “Just growing up with LaQuan, me and him have known each other since we were nine or 10 years old, playing at Northwood,” Edwards said of his Pop Warner football days with the Ravens receiver.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2011
The Next Level is a weekly Recruiting Report feature that focuses on natives of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County who appear on NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision rosters. Darron Edwards ' first season of Division I football ended with his Arkansas State squad finishing a disappointing 2010 campaign at 4-8. The Dunbar grad's second DI season, however, proved to be much more successful. On Saturday, Edwards capped an excellent senior season by helping Arkansas State to a 45-14 win over Troy, giving the Red Wolves (10-2, 8-0)
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2011
The Next Level is a weekly Recruiting Report feature that focuses on natives of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County who appear on NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision rosters. Darron Edwards ' first season of Division I football ended with his Arkansas State squad finishing a disappointing 2010 campaign at 4-8. The Dunbar grad's second DI season, however, proved to be much more successful. On Saturday, Edwards capped an excellent senior season by helping Arkansas State to a 45-14 win over Troy, giving the Red Wolves (10-2, 8-0)
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | December 20, 2005
New Orleans Bowl Arkansas State (6-5) vs. Southern Mississippi (6-5) Site -- Cajun Field, Lafayette, La. Time -- 8 TV -- ESPN Line -- Southern Miss by 17 Key stats -- Arkansas State is 23rd nationally in rushing offense (199.9 ypg) and 98th in passing offense (170.9 ypg). Southern Miss is 34th in passing offense (245.4 ypg) and 107th in rushing offense (104.0 ypg). Arkansas State -- The Indians won the Sun Belt Conference to earn their first bowl bid. There's a nice 1-2 punch at tailback in Antonio Warren and Shermar Bracey (a combined 189.4 ypg)
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2012
Darron Edwards can clearly see his path to the NFL. The former Dunbar star and Arkansas State cornerback probably won't be a first- or second-day draft choice next month. But after watching his good friend LaQuan Williams go from undrafted wide receiver to integral special teams player for one of the NFL's premier franchises, Edwards has a blueprint to follow.    “Just growing up with LaQuan, me and him have known each other since we were nine or 10 years old, playing at Northwood,” Edwards said of his Pop Warner football days with the Ravens receiver.
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By Mary Beth Kozak | August 11, 2002
Position: Quarterback College: Arkansas State Who he is: Lemon, who played in 42 games during his four years at Arkansas State, is the school's all-time passing leader with 7,706 yards. He also averaged the most yards per game in school history (178.3) and was the only one to pass for more than 400 yards in a game (403). Favorite football moment: "Back in college, Homecoming '98: I was a sophomore. I had a pretty good game that game and we came back from like 30 points down and we pulled off a victory."
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March 31, 1995
Auto racingFormula One -- Expanded this year's schedule to 17 by returning TC the Hungarian Grand Prix to the list for Aug. 13.BaseballChicago Cubs -- Released P Zak Krislock, P Edwin Morales, P Randy O'Neal, P Tad Powers and P Preston Watson.Cleveland Indians -- Added OF Carmelo Martinez to their roster. Released P Jim Chrisman and P Dennis Wiseman. Named Dan Williams assistant bullpen coach.New York Mets -- Released OF Stanley Jefferson and P Wes Pierorazio.St. Louis Cardinals -- Released P Troy Konemann, P Dave Latter, P Jamie Surratt, OF Steve Grandizio, OF Keith Jones, OF Chris Vlasis and C Joe Wallace.
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By Lyle Denniston and Lyle Denniston,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | January 24, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton's lawyers, trying anew to delay a sexual misconduct lawsuit against him, yesterday forecast a series of "constitutional clashes" between him and a federal judge over running the presidency if he also must defend himself in court.The clashes, the president's private attorneys contend, could involve who gets to decide how Mr. Clinton spends his time and which of his official duties receives priority for his attention.Mr. Clinton, a federal appeals court was told, cannot perform his presidential duties and simultaneously take part in defending himself against the lawsuit filed by a former Arkansas state employee, Paula Corbin Jones.
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March 12, 1999
Yesterday's resultsSouthAt Orlando, Fla.Maryland 82, Valparaiso 60Creighton 62, Louisville 58 St. John's 69, Samford 43Indiana 108, GW 88At IndianapolisOkla. State 69, Syracuse 61Auburn 80, Winthrop 41Ohio St. 72, Murray St. 58Detroit 56, UCLA 53WestAt DenverIowa 77, UAB 64Arkansas 94, Siena 80New Mexico 61, Missouri 59UConn 91, Texas-S. Ant. 66At SeattleGonzaga 75, Minnesota 63Stanford 69, Alcorn St. 57Florida 75, Pennsylvania 61Weber St. 76, N. Carolina 74Today's gamesEastAt BostonCincinnati vs. George Mason, 12: 15 p.m., Ch. 9Temple vs. Kent, 2: 45 p.m.*, Ch. 13Miami vs. Lafayette, 7: 40 p.m.Texas vs. Purdue, 10: 10 p.m.*At Charlotte, N.C.Tennessee vs. Delaware, 12: 25 p.m., Ch. 13Wisconsin vs.SW Missouri St., 2: 55 p.m.*Duke vs. Florida A&M, 7: 40 p.m.Coll.
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By Tribune Newspapers | December 21, 2010
There was more slipping in the rankings than on snowy Midwest expressways. Tennessee skidded farthest off track with consecutive inexplicable defeats to Oakland and Charlotte. Records through Sunday (last week's ranking) 1. Duke 10-0 (1): The Blue Devils keep rolling even without injured point guard Kyrie Irving. 2. Ohio State 10-0 (2): The Buckeyes look like a team that could challenge Duke. 3. Kansas 10-0 (3): Talk about a stellar debut: Freshman Josh Selby scored 21 to beat USC. 4. Connecticut 8-0 (6)
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | November 19, 2010
Arkansas State (4-6) @ Navy (7-3) Time: 3:30 p.m. Site: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium TV: CBS College Sports Radio: 1090 AM, 1430 AM Series: First meeting Senior farewell: Emotions figure to be running high in the final game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the Midshipmen's 23 seniors. Navy, however, has struggled to start well at home, having fallen behind in each of its past three games in Annapolis. The Mids are 3-1 at home this season, with one of those victories coming against Football Championship Subdivision team Georgia Southern, 13-7.
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By Miguel Bustillo and Miguel Bustillo,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 8, 2006
MURFREESBORO, ARK. -- His friends razzed him. His wife rolled her eyes. But whenever Bob Wehle could get away, the warehouse manager from Wisconsin would head to the Crater of Diamonds in search of treasure. Last month, Wehle was sifting soil through a stainless steel screen when he picked up a peculiar pebble. It was gleaming, and the color of a lemon drop. "Now that is a diamond!" he recalled hollering. It was a serious sparkler indeed: a 5.47-carat canary yellow gem of unusual clarity.
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | December 20, 2005
New Orleans Bowl Arkansas State (6-5) vs. Southern Mississippi (6-5) Site -- Cajun Field, Lafayette, La. Time -- 8 TV -- ESPN Line -- Southern Miss by 17 Key stats -- Arkansas State is 23rd nationally in rushing offense (199.9 ypg) and 98th in passing offense (170.9 ypg). Southern Miss is 34th in passing offense (245.4 ypg) and 107th in rushing offense (104.0 ypg). Arkansas State -- The Indians won the Sun Belt Conference to earn their first bowl bid. There's a nice 1-2 punch at tailback in Antonio Warren and Shermar Bracey (a combined 189.4 ypg)
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By Mary Beth Kozak | August 11, 2002
Position: Quarterback College: Arkansas State Who he is: Lemon, who played in 42 games during his four years at Arkansas State, is the school's all-time passing leader with 7,706 yards. He also averaged the most yards per game in school history (178.3) and was the only one to pass for more than 400 yards in a game (403). Favorite football moment: "Back in college, Homecoming '98: I was a sophomore. I had a pretty good game that game and we came back from like 30 points down and we pulled off a victory."
NEWS
May 29, 2000
THIS IS HOW Bill Clinton's apparent misconduct in the Paula Jones case should have been handled all along. In Arkansas. With nothing more at stake than his ability to practice law. Finally, we have an appropriate response to Mr. Clinton's inappropriate behavior. Of course, to get to this reasoned conclusion, the citizenry had to suffer through an agonizing federally funded investigation and impeachment trial two years ago. That whole process was a sham, because Mr. Clinton's behavior didn't rise to the level of "high crimes and misdemeanors" required by the Constitution to remove a president.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 10, 1999
There was a time, before his NFL career, when Ravens punter Kyle Richardson dabbled in the same business as those who stick tape recorders in front of his face after practice.It took him all of two months to realize that business was not for him.Yes, Richardson worked for a newspaper, not as a reporter but in the circulation department as the district manager. It was a cushy enough job -- Richardson, right out of college, was in charge of a 25-person staff.It just wasn't what he wanted to do with his life, especially after a record-setting career punting at Arkansas State.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | May 25, 1994
The man sits in front of a camera. He's wearing a red sweater and a down-home smile. He talks to us in soft, reassuring tones from a videotape produced by Jerry Falwell, the evangelist who would save America from itself, or at least from Bill Clinton.The man in the sweater does not seem like a nut case. At least, not immediately.His name is Larry Nichols. He's from Arkansas. He is, to put it in the nicest terms, Clinton's enemy. That's probably a fair description of someone who basically accuses you of murder.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 10, 1999
There was a time, before his NFL career, when Ravens punter Kyle Richardson dabbled in the same business as those who stick tape recorders in front of his face after practice.It took him all of two months to realize that business was not for him.Yes, Richardson worked for a newspaper, not as a reporter but in the circulation department as the district manager. It was a cushy enough job -- Richardson, right out of college, was in charge of a 25-person staff.It just wasn't what he wanted to do with his life, especially after a record-setting career punting at Arkansas State.
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March 12, 1999
Yesterday's resultsSouthAt Orlando, Fla.Maryland 82, Valparaiso 60Creighton 62, Louisville 58 St. John's 69, Samford 43Indiana 108, GW 88At IndianapolisOkla. State 69, Syracuse 61Auburn 80, Winthrop 41Ohio St. 72, Murray St. 58Detroit 56, UCLA 53WestAt DenverIowa 77, UAB 64Arkansas 94, Siena 80New Mexico 61, Missouri 59UConn 91, Texas-S. Ant. 66At SeattleGonzaga 75, Minnesota 63Stanford 69, Alcorn St. 57Florida 75, Pennsylvania 61Weber St. 76, N. Carolina 74Today's gamesEastAt BostonCincinnati vs. George Mason, 12: 15 p.m., Ch. 9Temple vs. Kent, 2: 45 p.m.*, Ch. 13Miami vs. Lafayette, 7: 40 p.m.Texas vs. Purdue, 10: 10 p.m.*At Charlotte, N.C.Tennessee vs. Delaware, 12: 25 p.m., Ch. 13Wisconsin vs.SW Missouri St., 2: 55 p.m.*Duke vs. Florida A&M, 7: 40 p.m.Coll.
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