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The Senior Bowl quarterbacks would gladly become this year's version of Dak Prescott, except perhaps with a shorter wait in the NFL draft. Prescott impressed at last year's Senior Bowl , earning Most Outstanding Player honors. Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs, another experienced and prolific Southeastern Conference passer, is hoping to perform well during his own turn in Saturday's showcase game for senior NFL prospects. Continue to Article
January 27, 2017 3:13:pm EST
Quarterback Taylor Lamb set a career high in rushing as he led Appalachian State to a second Camellia Bowl victory in a row. Appalachian State comes out on top of another Camellia Bowl to be the first ever back-to-back winner in the bowl’s history. Isn’t this only the third Camellia Bowl ever played? Continue to Article
December 17, 2016 9:51:pm EST
Need a brief primer before you attempt to watch all 40 bowl games this season? We’ve got you covered. Here are three things you need to know about the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. Continue to Article
December 16, 2016 1:08:pm EST
Eastern Washington's Cooper Kupp, who has piled up more yards than any receiver in college football history, said the real reward of playing in the FCS playoffs is getting to spend more time with his teammates. It is expected to be by far the coldest game in Eastern Washington football history. ''We will have to deal with the elements on Saturday,'' Youngstown coach Bo Pelini said. Continue to Article
December 16, 2016 12:35:pm EST
Appalachian State and Toledo have matching 9-3 records, running backs chasing the same career milestone and head coaches who are friends and former co-workers. The two teams, who meet in Saturday's Camellia Bowl, employ different offensive styles but share common ground. ''Their players are a lot like us,'' Mountaineers coach Scott Satterfield said. Continue to Article
December 16, 2016 11:31:am EST
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