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Jacob Kemp

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Pressure on quarterback key for USM

For the first time in three years, Southern Miss (5-3, 3-1) is one win away from punching its ticket to a bowl game. However,...

Soccer splits with UTSA and UTEP

It was an interesting weekend for Southern Miss. On Friday, the Golden Eagles faced UTSA in a double-overtime thriller. Southern Miss started out on fire,...

Newcomer Antoine makes early impact

Through six games, the Golden Eagles are 3-3 and on the brink of matching their win total of the last two years. A consistent...

USM looks to avoid hype against Marshall

Southern Miss is off to its best start in the Todd Monken era, which includes its first Conference USA win of the year. It...

Golden Eagles struggle mightily in 3-1 loss

After a hot start, Southern Miss has cooled off recently and have dropped four out of their last five matches, which included their latest...

Keys to upsetting Nebraska

These are not the same Golden Eagles of previous years, posting horrid records and being blown out nearly every week. Southern Miss (2-1) is...

USM volleyball off to record-setting pace

A weekend in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, saw the Southern Miss volleyball team remain undefeated after the annual Bama Bash and improved to a school record...

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...

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