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2015 Football

An unexplainable season by Southern Miss

Three seasons of no bowl appearances and just four wins in three years. That was Southern Miss football from 2012-14, with no end in...

USM aims for sixth C-USA title

Southern Miss (9-3, 7-1 Conference USA) will travel to Bowling Green, Kentucky Saturday to play Western Kentucky (10-2, 8-0) for the conference championship. “We’ve got...

USM wins Western Division crown, 58-24

Southern Miss head coach Todd Monken could not have said it better. “Sometimes things just go your way,” Monken said. “A lot of things went...

USM battles La. Tech for Western Division crown

The Southern Miss Golden Eagles have had a historic season so far. Three Golden Eagles broke records on Saturday against Old Dominion. Nick Mullens...

Things to watch in battle for West

The stage is set for Southern Miss. Win, and USM moves on. But lose, and the team waits until next year. While the Golden Eagles...

USM rallies for comeback win

Southern Miss (8-3, 6-1 Conference USA) improved its winning streak to five games, beating Old Dominion Saturday 56-31. The score may suggest this was a...

USM two wins away from C-USA championship game

Southern Miss (7-3, 5-1 Conference USA) is just two wins away from playing in the conference championship game for the first time since 2011. The...

USM spoils homecoming for Rice in blowout

Southern Miss (7-3, 5-1 Conference USA) throttled Rice during the Owls’ homecoming festivities, 65-10, for their fourth consecutive win. Coming into the game, Rice had...
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