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Los Links! New Football Commitment, Incentive For Student Attendance, Tutoring and KSU on ESPNU

By admin Published: September 29, 2010

Josh Boyle, a 5'10 wide receiver from Venice, FL, became KSU's third football commitment for 2011. Boyle runs a 4.5 40-yard dash.

Kent State University is applying some nice incentive for KSU students to attend Kent's first MAC game against Miami this Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

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What We Know--Flashes, MAC Football After One Month/Power Rankings

By admin Published: September 28, 2010

Most of the out-of-conference games are in the books, and I've been out of commission for a week or so--MAC play really kicks-off this weekend, so everyone's getting to work.

Here's what we know:

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Check Out KSU vs. PSU at Water Street Tavern

By admin Published: September 17, 2010

Fans can watch Kent State University take on Penn State University this Saturday at the Water Street Tavern in downtown Kent.

Kick-off is set for noon at Beaver Stadium.

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Kent State Falls To Boston College By Their Own Doing

By admin Published: September 14, 2010

***Frustratingly, other things got in the way this week, which is why this is coming out on Tuesday. Here is the article***

Following Kent State's 41-10 victory over Murray State in the season' opener, Head Coach Doug Martin expressed his concern over turnovers for his young offense.

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Kent State @ Boston College Coverage

By admin Published: September 13, 2010

Here are viewpoints from various media outlets on Kent State's loss to Boston College on Saturday.

Other staff and wire reports:

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Flashes Football Preview--Week 2--At Boston College

By admin Published: September 10, 2010

Kent State (1-0) at Boston College (1-0)--3:30 Sept. 11--ESPNU

Breakdown on Boston College: The Eagles opened with a 38-20 win over Weber State last Saturday, but it wasn't as close as the score would suggest. That being said, the passing game wasn't up to snuff. Sophomore quarterback Dave Shinskie threw for 185 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions while completing just 50% of his passes. Shinskie only recently won the starting gig, but he did complete 9-16 passes for 76 yards, a score and a pick last season against Kent State. Shinskie says he is expecting the Flashes to bring the blitz early and often.

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Around the MAC--Week 1

By admin Published: September 6, 2010

A lot of boiling optimism was brought to a low sizzle following the first week of the college football season, as several teams that were supposed to win did, but many faltered in what would have been a great first step to bowl eligibility and in some cases, relevancy.

Ball State, Buffalo, Central Michigan and Kent State all won against lesser teams by an average score of 33-5.

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Monte Simmons Fractures Left Fibula

By admin Published: September 5, 2010

Defensive Coordinator Pete Rekstis and the Flashes defense will be without pass-specialist Monte Simmons for at least the next month.

Simmons is expected to return in time to play for the Wagon Wheel, Oct. 9, against Akron.

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Flashes Football Week 1 Preview--Murray State

By admin Published: September 1, 2010

Real quickly, thank goodness football is here--my favorite sport is still probably baseball for the pure "spirit" of it (if you're a baseball purist, you know the feeling in the pit of your stomach you get every February as word of spring training rolls around), but there's just nothing better than football season as a reporter/fan of the game. The collegiate gridiron is good to us (a special thanks go out to extra sports channels on Time Warner Cable, Dish, etc. etc. and that little yellow line for first downs, which should be the only thing considered as the greatest thing since sliced bread).

Game Previews will be built up as the season grows, but with only intrasquad action in the books and Murray State playing in the FCS, week 1 will be shorter than the norm.

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