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  1. Boca Raton Bowl–Zips @ Owls

    🤦🏼‍♂️ I missed this today, anybody listen that can give a recap?
  2. Boca Raton Bowl–Zips @ Owls

    Sunshine puts fans in a state of euphoria. ☀️🌴😎 I'm looking forward to hearing coach Amato talk about the Owl's offense tomorrow. Three more practices, and the team is off to Florida on Friday. I bet some young gun in our receiving group got better today.
  3. Boca Raton Bowl–Zips @ Owls

    Terry Bowden, Chuck Amato, and A.J. Milwee will be the guests on a special Bowl-bound edition of Zips LIVE, on Tuesday, Dec. 12, from Noon to 1 p.m. The broadcast can be heard via web stream on the WARF.
  4. Game 7—App State Mountaineers

    Jacki Windon works for the Ohio High School Athletic Association, has extensive television commentary experience on Fox Sports Ohio and Time Warner Cable broadcasts. The former head women's basketball coach at Case Western Reserve also worked for Zips Athletics for three seasons, including two seasons with the women's basketball team.
  5. The football program had its annual awards banquet on Sunday afternoon at Quaker Station. Offensive MVP: A.J. Coney Defensive MVP: Ulysees Gilbert III Special Teams Player of the Year: Nick Gasser Outstanding Senior (Offense): Tra’Von Chapman and Austin Wolf Outstanding Senior (Defense): Andrew Hauser Outstanding Junior (Offense): Kyle Ritz Outstanding Junior (Defense): Kyron Brown Outstanding Sophomore (Offense): Trevor Brown Outstanding Sophomore (Defense):Alvin Davis Outstanding Freshman (Offense): Kato Nelson Outstanding Freshman (Defense): Justin Sampson Presented to the player who scores the most points in a season, Kwadarrius Smith Team's unsung hero for the intangibles he provides during practice and for inspiring his teammates: Offense: Stephen Ericksen Defense:Brock Boxen Iron ZIP Award: Manny Morgan Rise & Shine Award: Alex Ramart Scout Team Player of the Year: Offense:Hugh Cade Defense: Myran Mounds Academic Award: Senior:Zach Guiser, Junior:Vince Lockett, Sophomore:John Lako, Freshman:Austin Sample
  6. Boca Raton Bowl–Zips @ Owls

    Not sure what browser you are using, this doesn't happen (by default) in Safari. Here is how to stop outplay in Chrome.
  7. Chris Mueller is already writing about next season..."At the end of the bench sat Tavian Dunn-Martin, Frankie Hughes, Michael Hughes, Craig Randall II and Marcus Weathers. At this time next year, all five will likely be playing major minutes when Duquesne and Pitt square off again at PPG Paints Arena. Though for now, they’re nothing more than practice bodies. On Friday night, they were in street clothes." On goes the rebuild for Dambrot, Duquesne after City Game setback KD is also speaking about two to three years down the road. https://player.vimeo.com/video/245487619
  8. Game 7—App State Mountaineers

    He's now 64 and a half. Maybe he retired early.
  9. Game 7—App State Mountaineers

    I'm giving all my likes to this comment. Teams are not the same from one point of the season to the next. Very entertaining watching my team score 94 points. Fun rooting for players that see a lot of floor time. I'm hopeful with all the floor time experience the kids are getting, they continue to improve with a March payoff (this season or the next...)
  10. Saturday, December 16th at 2 pm. The Delta Devils are still looking for a win. Kent beat them by 13
  11. Poll closes (for the season) this Friday at 11 pm, before the next (Saturday) game. The Zips will have 7 wins (my best guess) going into MAC play with at least 19 more games to get 13 wins if they were to get to 20 wins on the season.
  12. Game 7—App State Mountaineers

    Due to weather, the Appalachian Sate men’s basketball team’s flight was delayed. The game will be played tonight at 7 p.m. at JAR. Scouting the Mountaineers The team enters the game with a 5-5 overall record after splitting their last four games. The Mountaineers opened the season with a pair of wins (Toccoa Falls, 135-35, and Bridgewater, 95-57), before dropping a pair of contests (Iowa State, 104-98, and Western Michigan, 86-67). App State bounced back with a 76-72 win over UTEP and fell in overtime to James Madison, 105-99. In the last four contests, the Mountaineers defeated Davidson (78-62) and South Florida (84-61) and dropped games to VCU (85-72) and Western Carolina (72-71). App State averages 87.5 points per outing on 47.2 percent shooting from the floor and a 37.5 percent effort from beyond the 3-point arc, draining 10.6 triples a game.The Mountaineers have two players scoring in double figures led by Ronshad Shabazz with 21.4 points per game on 43.3 percent shooting from the field and 35.2 percent rate from beyond the 3-point with a second-best 25 made 3-pointers. He is the team leader in free throws made (47) and assists (34) while adding 22 rebounds and 11 steals. Justin Forrest follows with 17.2 points and a team-high 31 made triples. He shoots 41.1 percent from the floor and 39.7 percent from deep, while grabbing 32 rebounds and dishing out 23 assists. Isaac Johnson leads the squad on the glass, pulling down 8.7 rebounds per outing with 87 total boards.Defensively, App State limits its opponents to 73.8 points per game on 40.6 percent shooting from the floor and 33.6 percent from 3-point range, allowing only 7.4 long distance strikes per night. The Mountaineers have caused 148 turnovers (14.8 to/g) with 69 steals (6.9 stl/g), and boasts a 9.9 advantage on the glass, outrebounding their opponents 446-347.
  13. Boca Raton Bowl–Zips @ Owls

    Same press conference as posted early, different format. Skip ahead to the 12 minute mark to get to coach Bowden.