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Recovered, cleared and ‘hungry’: players prepare for season

After experiencing injuries, Trace Clopton, Darius Maberry and Jaylond Adams are grateful to be back at the Rock.

Southern Miss plays moneyball

What is the purpose of Power Five matchups? The answer is simple: money.

2019 Football Fall Camp Photo Gallery

View a gallery by Sports Editor Makayla Puckett.

Abraham, Whatley battle for starter position

Going into the fall season, there will be heavy competition between the two players aiming to become the starting quarterback for 2019.

Center for Military, Team John Boy partner for tailgating

Guardfather Tailgating 4 Veterans will return Aug. 31 behind Southern Hall and in the courtyard in front of Kennard-Washington Hall four hours before kickoff.

Southern Miss becomes first state school to sell alcohol

Southern Miss will sell alcohol during athletic events beginning September 28.

Whatley to battle for starting quarterback position

A major storyline leading up to the 2018 Southern Miss football season was the ongoing quarterback battle that brewed throughout the offseason. Jack Abraham,...

Takeaways from the Southern Miss spring game

1.Quarterbacks connect with receiving corps On sophomore quarterback Tate Whatley’s third drive of the game, he led Team Gold down to the red zone, but...
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Caution is not enough for students to return

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