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December 21, 2005 | From the Associated Press
Southern Mississippi's win in the New Orleans Bowl was a lot like the rest of the Golden Eagles' season -- a struggle. Shawn Nelson caught a pair of second-half touchdowns, and Cody Hull had 161 yards rushing to lead Southern Mississippi over Arkansas State, 31-19, Tuesday night in the first of the season's 28 bowl games. Southern Mississippi endured plenty of turmoil long before arriving in Lafayette, where the New Orleans Bowl was moved because of Hurricane Katrina.
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December 3, 2009 | By Steve Harvey
All Eastern Michigan can do now is wait. The EMUs did their job -- losing to Akron, 21-28, to finish the season with a perfect 0-12 record. But the Hilltoppers of Western Kentucky (0-11) refuse to go away, no matter how much their fans would like them to. Wacky WKU fell, 23-29, to 4-7 Florida Atlantic to run its losing streak to 19 games, longest in the nation. And WKU vaulted into a first-place tie with the EMUs. The Bottom Ten title will be decided one way or another by Western Kentucky's finale tonight against No. 16 Arkansas State (3-8)
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December 30, 1998 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like a bloated uncle stuffing one last forkful of mashed potatoes into his mouth, USC has concluded the feasting portion of its season. For the better part of two months, the Trojans have gobbled up nonconference opponents the likes of San Diego State and Loyola Marymount, fattening their record for the long, hard Pacific 10 Conference schedule to come.
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December 22, 1990 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No way could the San Diego State Aztecs lose now. Could they? Arthur Massey had the game of his life--no, the eight minutes of his life. The Aztec team that showed up Friday at the San Diego Sports Arena was colder than the night outside, and Massey had personally injected some heat. And now Arkansas State's Brian Reaves was at the free-throw line with the Aztecs ahead by two--thanks to Marty Dow's basket with two seconds left.
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October 4, 2009 | Associated Press
No. 9 Ohio State 33, at Indiana 14: Terrelle Pryor passed for three touchdowns and ran for one as the Buckeyes (4-1 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) notched their 16th straight Big Ten road win. The Hoosiers (3-2, 0-2) are the first team to score on Ohio State in nine quarters. at No. 13 Iowa 24, Arkansas State 21: Ricky Stanzi threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns, and the Hawkeyes (5-0), off to their best start since 1995, held off the Red Wolves (1-3). Marvin McNutt caught two touchdown passes for Iowa.
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February 12, 1994 | ROBERT SHOGAN, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
A former Arkansas state employee, saying she wanted to restore her "good reputation," charged Friday that then-Gov. Bill Clinton made sexual advances toward her in his hotel room during a 1991 conference in Little Rock. The charges by Paula Jones at a press conference here are the latest in a series of allegations of sexual misconduct that have plagued Clinton since he began his drive for the presidency in 1992.
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December 31, 1998 | DAVID WHARTON
The Trojan players were just emerging from the showers after Tuesday night's 64-48 victory over Arkansas State when the news flashed over a television set in the locker room: California had defeated No. 9 North Carolina. "Cal beat 'em?" Brandon Granville asked aloud. Adam Spanich yelled: "Wow." They stopped to watch highlights of Cal guard Geno Carlisle scoring a season-high 29 points to fuel the comeback victory.
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September 15, 2012 | By Mike Hiserman
Nebraska Coach Bo Pelini was taken by ambulance from Saturday's home game against Arkansas State after becoming ill on the sideline during the first half. Pelini stayed on the sideline until halftime, but he did not come out with his team for the third quarter. Pelini, 44, was reportedly suffering from flu-like symptoms and a member of the Nebraska medical staff was seen on the sideline checking his pulse. Nebraska led at the half, 28-3, on its way to a 42-13 win. John Papuchis, Nebraska's defensive coordinator, acted as head coach in the second half.
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December 10, 2009 | By Steve Harvey
It isn't easy to lose to a team with a 3-8 record. But Western Kentucky pulled off that feat in dramatic fashion, blowing a 20-3 third-quarter lead to fall, 20-24, to Arkansas State. The Hilltoppers (0-12) thus chalked up their 20th straight defeat, the longest losing streak in the Football Bowl Subdivision, whatever that is. And, most important, wacky WKU captured the Bottom Ten title. Lowlights of the season included three games in which WKU gave up more than 60 points, including 68 to No. 5 North Texas, a team that finished 2-10.
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