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2015 Football

Golden Eagles dominate UTSA 32-10

Southern Miss (4-3, 2-1) struck early and often, racing out to a 26-0 lead in the third quarter and beating UT-San Antonio 32-10 to...

Execution key against UTSA

After failing to prove themselves as a contender in Conference USA last week, the Golden Eagles will look to right the ship in their...

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 drops tough road game to Marshall

Southern Miss (3-3, 1-1) had a chance to assert itself as a contender in Conference USA, but failed to make a definitive statement, losing...

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 throttle Mean Green, 49-14

Southern Miss opened their conference schedule against division foe North Texas on Saturday, improving to 3-2 overall and 1-0 in Conference USA with a...

Mullens shines for revamped Golden Eagles

The maturation of junior quarterback Nick Mullens is one thing that many people did not see coming. From a two-star prospect in Hoover, Alabama, to...

Southern Miss vs North Texas

Southern Miss defensive back Kalan Reed tackles a North Texas player on Saturday night in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on October 3, 2015. (Student Printz/ Hunt...
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