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Eagle fans get rude awakening despite huge win

The Southern Miss football team is on its way back to the top, but not without its bumps and bruises. “I thought our guys played...

USM aims for first win against Austin Peay

After falling to Mississippi State 34-16 in a game that was much closer than the score indicates, the Golden Eagles (0- 1) will look...

Eagles drop season-opener 34-16 versus Bulldogs

Southern Miss had all the ingredients to pull off the upset against Mississippi State, but in the end they just could not put everything...

Voicing the Golden Eagle Tradition

For over 30 years, John Cox has been the voice of the Golden Eagle football program. Win or lose, his voice is synonymous to...

Prospects on the Rise

Southern Miss signees who will make an impact Through the first two years of the Monken era, Southern Miss has won a total of four...

Mullens or Matthews: Consistency or Upside

Southern Miss head coach Todd Monken has quite a conundrum on his hands. Does he start Nick Mullens, the incumbent who has started 16...
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Jacky Manteas leads Golden Eagles in final non-conference contest

Southern Miss soccer team (4-3) hosted Jackson State University (0-6) on Sept. 15.
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Pet ownership relieves college stress

College can be a stressful experience, and one way that students can ease the tension of college, work and other real-life challenges is by owning a pet. However, having a dog or cat staying in the dorm is not an easy process.

Southern Miss competes in Commodore Classic

Coach Aaron Kindt gives his runners a pep talk before their race. Photo by: Michael Sandoz

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Jacky Manteas leads Golden Eagles in final non-conference contest

Southern Miss soccer team (4-3) hosted Jackson State University (0-6) on Sept. 15.

Pet ownership relieves college stress

College can be a stressful experience, and one way that students can ease the tension of college, work and other real-life challenges is by owning a pet. However, having a dog or cat staying in the dorm is not an easy process.

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