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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | September 27, 1998
The heat sidelined Towson running back Jason Corle for a few series. An Achilles' tendon injury slowed him a bit, too.But guess who took on the weight of the game and towed the Tigers to their first Patriot League victory?Despite physical ailments, Corle rushed for a career-best 239 yards, accounting for all of Towson's offense in overtime as well as scoring the game-winning touchdown to propel the Tigers to a 35-34 victory over Fordham before 2,274 at Minnegan Stadium yesterday. Corle's 1-yard touchdown run in overtime -- his third of the game -- finished off the seventh-highest rushing game in school history.
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By LAURA CADIZ and LAURA CADIZ,SUN REPORTER | March 6, 2006
William Corle has a theory about people who go to antique shows and, in his words, "spend their hard-earned money for this junk that people are trying to get rid of." "They're not wrapped very tightly. ... They're half nuts," Corle said. But Corle, 70, woke up at 3 a.m. yesterday to drive from his Manns Choice, Pa., home to be among the first people at the 26th annual Baltimore Bottle Show and Sale, which organizers call the world's largest one-day bottle show. The show's 300 tables at the Essex Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County were staffed by dealers who traveled from 25 states and three countries to sell bottles and other antiques, said Steve Charing, the publicity director for the Baltimore Antique Bottle Club, which put on the show.
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By Terry Lipshetz and Terry Lipshetz,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 20, 1996
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. -- Amid the rain and wind of Monmouth University's homecoming weekend, Towson State's Jason Corle had a homecoming of his own in a 15-6 win over the Hawks.Corle, a freshman from nearby Barnegat, N.J., broke his own freshman record with 192 yards rushing on 40 carries, including both of the Tigers' touchdowns. Corle ran for 133 yards earlier in the season to set the mark he broke yesterday."I'm from a half hour down the road," Corle said. "It's good to come out and have a big day."
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By Matt Papuchis and Matt Papuchis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 5, 2004
ELON, N.C. -- If you had to define Towson's offseason in one word, it would have to be uncertainty. Questions about this year's team ranged from how the Tigers would fare in the more competitive Atlantic 10 Conference to who would be the starting quarterback. And even though their first real test won't come until Saturday's league opener at Delaware, the Tigers seemed to have all the questions answered yesterday, pounding Elon, 34-13, in a nonleague game before 5,436 at Rhodes Stadium.
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By Elliott Denman and Elliott Denman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 13, 1998
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. -- With 31 players from New Jersey on the Towson University roster, it's no wonder the Tigers like the idea of coming north to the Garden State.And no one likes this "homecoming" trip better than Towson tailback sensation Jason Corle, the preseason All-Patriot League selection who is a graduate of Southern Regional High School in Manahawkin, N.J.Monmouth, which had once recruited Corle, was again victimized by Corle and Towson yesterday, this time a 42-20 pounding before 2,786 at Monmouth's Kessler Field.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | November 2, 1996
The master plan at Towson State was for running back Jason Corle, a true freshman, to be redshirted this season.Why waste a year of Corle's eligibility? Because, without Corle, this might have been a wasted season for the Tigers.A native of Barnegat, N.J., Corle has emerged as Towson's leading rusher with 557 yards, second to Brian Kirchoff (611 in 1981) on the school's all-time freshman single-season list. Twice, he has set the school record for single-game yardage by a rookie, most recently on Oct. 19, when he shredded Monmouth's defense for 192 yards in the pouring rain.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
Improvement was the keyword for the Towson football team at the end of last month, with encouraging performances in consecutive weeks against Colgate and Fordham.But the kindness of September disappeared, and on October's second Saturday, the Tigers offered a disillusioning effort in a 27-7 loss to Lafayette in front of 3,468 at Minnegan Stadium.Coach Gordy Combs' team was sitting pretty with a 3-1 record two weeks ago. With this loss after a 31-24 loss to Holy Cross on Oct. 3, Towson is 3-3, 1-3 in the Patriot League.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | April 18, 2000
The names of local NFL hopefuls Jason Corle and Warner Herndon went unheard on TV during the draft, but that doesn't mean their weekend was a lost one. Corle of Towson and Herndon of Morgan State signed free-agent contracts with NFL teams immediately after the draft, meaning they will be in rookie minicamps next month. The Buffalo Bills signed Corle, a running back, and the Seattle Seahawks picked up Herndon, a cornerback. "Warner's bigger and faster than the guys we already have here at his position," said Stump Mitchell, an assistant coach at Seattle and Herndon's former coach at Morgan State.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1999
During his career at Towson, running back Jason Corle has had two goals: to throw a forward pass and to play in the postseason."I've waited my whole career for the chance [at a title]," he said.Yesterday at Minnegan Stadium, the school's all-time leading rusher achieved one goal, and improved his chances to attain the other during the Tigers' 30-27 non-conference win over Dayton in front of 3,083.Corle, playing in his final home game, made his first throw count, taking a pitch from quarterback Joe Lee, rolling right and hitting sophomore Jamal White on an 11-yard, game-winning touchdown pass with 10: 54 left in the fourth quarter.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1998
Just about every other Saturday, Jason Corle puts on his version of the Jenny Jones show.There's some trash talk, some physical contact, and plenty of surprising moves. The episode isn't the option-A makeover, but instead the option-B motif, with its durable title -- "You Dissed Me in High School, But Look At Me Now."The girls didn't laugh at Corle when he was at Southern Regional High School on the New Jersey shore. Nor did bullies necessarily smack him around. It was the college football coaches who bruised his ego, pegging him as small and slow.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | April 18, 2000
The names of local NFL hopefuls Jason Corle and Warner Herndon went unheard on TV during the draft, but that doesn't mean their weekend was a lost one. Corle of Towson and Herndon of Morgan State signed free-agent contracts with NFL teams immediately after the draft, meaning they will be in rookie minicamps next month. The Buffalo Bills signed Corle, a running back, and the Seattle Seahawks picked up Herndon, a cornerback. "Warner's bigger and faster than the guys we already have here at his position," said Stump Mitchell, an assistant coach at Seattle and Herndon's former coach at Morgan State.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Just as he often evaded defenders on the football field, former Towson player Jason Corle was on a plane to warm Hawaii last weekend, juking the bitter cold that entered the Baltimore area not long afterward. Consider it further proof of the running back's elusiveness, which got him invited to the Hula Bowl, scheduled for kickoff at 4 p.m. today. It's an ability that he thinks gives him a shot at playing in the NFL. Three former Towson players -- punter Sean Landeta and running backs David Meggett and Tony Vinson -- went on to pro careers, and Corle believes that he has a good chance to become the fourth.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1999
During his career at Towson, running back Jason Corle has had two goals: to throw a forward pass and to play in the postseason."I've waited my whole career for the chance [at a title]," he said.Yesterday at Minnegan Stadium, the school's all-time leading rusher achieved one goal, and improved his chances to attain the other during the Tigers' 30-27 non-conference win over Dayton in front of 3,083.Corle, playing in his final home game, made his first throw count, taking a pitch from quarterback Joe Lee, rolling right and hitting sophomore Jamal White on an 11-yard, game-winning touchdown pass with 10: 54 left in the fourth quarter.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | September 12, 1999
As Jason Corle became Towson's all-time rushing leader yesterday in front of 2,481 at Minnegan Stadium, the Tigers' defense made an even stronger statement during a 35-7 win over Lafayette.Having built the reputation of a patsy during its first two seasons in the Patriot League, the Towson defense held the Leopards to 45 rushing yards in the first three quarters and 95 for the game.That aided the Tigers in a game deemed important if they wanted to move out of the league's poorhouse. "We just wanted to win today, and I didn't care by how much," Towson coach Gordy Combs said, "We have to get into that next tier.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 24, 1999
Jabari Garrett seems physically average. Though he is one of the keys to the fate of Towson University's football team in 1999, his 5-foot-9, 180-pound frame resembles that of your ordinary student.Besides his appearance, his coach, Gordy Combs, said Garrett's speed is average, and so is his vertical leap. But for Garrett, a senior cornerback from Camp Springs, the results have been well above par."From Day One, he's been a leader," Combs said. "When he's done here, we might be able to replace what he's done physically, but I'm not sure we'll be able to replace him mentally.
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By Chris Courogen and Chris Courogen,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 22, 1998
LEWISBURG, Pa -- Towson's Jason Corle went into yesterday's season finale at Bucknell as the leading rusher in the Patriot League, and when the final numbers are totaled, his 87-yard performance might well have been enough for the junior from Barnegat, N.J., to wrap up the league's rushing title.But when people talk about the Tigers' 46-13 loss, chances are Corle's performance won't be what they mention when they reminisce about the running backs that took the field at Bucknell's Christy Mathewson Memorial Stadium.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Just as he often evaded defenders on the football field, former Towson player Jason Corle was on a plane to warm Hawaii last weekend, juking the bitter cold that entered the Baltimore area not long afterward. Consider it further proof of the running back's elusiveness, which got him invited to the Hula Bowl, scheduled for kickoff at 4 p.m. today. It's an ability that he thinks gives him a shot at playing in the NFL. Three former Towson players -- punter Sean Landeta and running backs David Meggett and Tony Vinson -- went on to pro careers, and Corle believes that he has a good chance to become the fourth.
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By LAURA CADIZ and LAURA CADIZ,SUN REPORTER | March 6, 2006
William Corle has a theory about people who go to antique shows and, in his words, "spend their hard-earned money for this junk that people are trying to get rid of." "They're not wrapped very tightly. ... They're half nuts," Corle said. But Corle, 70, woke up at 3 a.m. yesterday to drive from his Manns Choice, Pa., home to be among the first people at the 26th annual Baltimore Bottle Show and Sale, which organizers call the world's largest one-day bottle show. The show's 300 tables at the Essex Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County were staffed by dealers who traveled from 25 states and three countries to sell bottles and other antiques, said Steve Charing, the publicity director for the Baltimore Antique Bottle Club, which put on the show.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
Improvement was the keyword for the Towson football team at the end of last month, with encouraging performances in consecutive weeks against Colgate and Fordham.But the kindness of September disappeared, and on October's second Saturday, the Tigers offered a disillusioning effort in a 27-7 loss to Lafayette in front of 3,468 at Minnegan Stadium.Coach Gordy Combs' team was sitting pretty with a 3-1 record two weeks ago. With this loss after a 31-24 loss to Holy Cross on Oct. 3, Towson is 3-3, 1-3 in the Patriot League.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1998
Just about every other Saturday, Jason Corle puts on his version of the Jenny Jones show.There's some trash talk, some physical contact, and plenty of surprising moves. The episode isn't the option-A makeover, but instead the option-B motif, with its durable title -- "You Dissed Me in High School, But Look At Me Now."The girls didn't laugh at Corle when he was at Southern Regional High School on the New Jersey shore. Nor did bullies necessarily smack him around. It was the college football coaches who bruised his ego, pegging him as small and slow.
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