Friday, August 31, 2012

Are you ready to get fired up?

Trouble at EKU

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A Big Night for the OVC

OVC Ball has a nice review, click here. (note- they have the SEMO score reversed). Bottom line, SEMO gave a MAC team a run for their money, EIU pounded Southern Illinois and Tennessee Tech had a comfortable win over Hampton.

Does JSU Really Want to Be In the Sun Belt?

One of the premier programs in the Mighty Sun Belt, MTSU, went down at the hands of FCS  McNeese State last night.  Sun Belt elect member Georgia State was pounded by FCS South Carolina State.  I know they are happy to be in major media markets sothat they get plenty of coverage for these games.  The bottom line is Troy didn't want Jacksonville State in their league because their scared.  Hey Troy- if you're scared, say scared.

Arkansas Blogger Notes JSU's Youth On Defense.

Click here for a study of just how young the JSU defense is based on career starts.  click here.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

OVC Ball Previews Tennessee State

An excellent preview of a conference foe from an excellent site.  click here.

The 5 Biggest Questions Facing the 2012 Gamecocks.


The Gamecocks were a middle of the pack defensive team in 2011.  There is every reason to be concerned that the defense could take a step back in 2012.  Why?  The Gamecocks lost a ton of starters from the 2011 team, including AJ Davis, Jawaan Booker,  Monte Lewis, Jack Jackson, Jameson Wadley and Rodney "Big Texas" Garrott.    That's six starters and some really good ones (Davis and Lewis both signed with NFL teams).

Unfortunately, several players that were slated to step in to replace these guys are either injured or no longer with the team.  Clemson transfer Desmond Brown, who might have started at safety, is no longer on the roster.  Ked Wolfe, who was likely going to start at defensive end, is no longer on the roster.  Finally, redshirt freshman Martez House was slated to start at defensive tackle and went out with what may be a season ending injury.  If you count these players as lost starters, the Gamecocks have lost 9 defensive starters in the last year.

The latest depth chart certainly raised anxiety levels among pessimistic fans.  Mike Whittier, a 220 pound former quarterback/ reserve linebacker, is the starting defensive end.  Brooks Robinson, another former quarterback and former starting safety, is listed as a starting linebacker, a position he has never previously played.   Rashod Byers, who played running back last year, is now a starting cornerback.  To put the icing on the cake, when House went down, the Gamecocks inserted redshirt freshman Adam Wright as the backup nose tackle, even though he had spent the entire camp working on the offensive side of the ball.

However, there does not appear to be any panic in Jacksonville.  The players appear to be growing more comfortable in the second year under defensive coordinator Chris Boon's complicated scheme.  Further, while the defensive line is young, one insider told us that they could be very good as the season progresses.  The secondary has a lot of experience and appears to be very deep.  For example, Denzell Bynum and Keginald Harris, who have both started before are listed as backups at corner and safety respectively.  Transfer, Trub Buxton, who started as a true freshman at corner for Western Michigan has yet to crack the two deep.

Finally, the Gamecocks have at least three potential stars on defense, led by Pierre Warren, a bona fide playmaker at safety.  Warren simply glides across the field.  At linebacker, Spiderman Smith, an equally accomplished rapper, leads a young, but talented group.  And, as young as the defensive line is, they are led by the pride of Elba, Alabama senior Dimetrio Tyson who has proven himself in big game environments.  

In closing on this point, Chris Boone and Coach Crowe have been optimistic about the defense in recent media interviews.  Lets see if that optimism was justified.


For every question mark on defense, there is an answer on offense.  The quarterback position is loaded with two game changing players, Marques Ivory and Coty Blanchard.  Ivory is in good shape and should benefit from sitting in the coaches box last season.  Blanchard has not shown any rust after playing baseball all summer.

The Gamecocks have never been deeper at running back, with Washaun Ealey, Coot James, Buster Pope and several other talented players.  The running game will be boosted by a veteran offensive line that has a ton of career starts between them and two players who have earned all conference honors at one time or another (Tori Mobley and Odie Rush).  At tight end the Gamecocks have a three headed monster with Denzell Cheeks, Luke Smith (Navy  transfer) and Gavin Ellis (Troy State transfer) all vying for playing time.

The biggest question mark on offense for the Gamecocks is wide receiver.   JSU suffered a devastating preseason loss when future superstar, Markis Merrill, went down with a knee injury.  Trey Smith, a transfer from Western Michigan, will miss the Arkansas game. But, we must keep hope alive.  The Gamecocks receiving corps will be led by Alan Bonner who was rated as one of the top 100 pro prospects among small college players.  Another returning veteran is Kevyn Cooper , Marques Ivory's cousin, and a hero of the Ole Miss game.

There are two x factors at wide receiver. The first is Country Chambers.  He has demonstrated that he is one of the preeminent return men in the country, but he needs to become a big play wide receiver for the Gamecocks to truly succeed.  Finally, you don't want to get too excited about a true freshman, but Telvin Brown has really turned some heads.


Last year, after a slow start, Washaun Ealy began to dominate, averaging over six yards per carry including over 100 yards against SEC foe Kentucky.  Ealey's year was particularly notable because he did it behind a patchwork offensive line.  The Gamecocks went into 2011 losing several key veterans (Curt Porter, Tyler Ogletree and Justin Kay), then disaster struck.  Pre-season all OVC Odie Rush was lost for the season with a knee injury and offensive guard, Matt Jones play was severely limited by knee injuries that ultimately ended his career.  Several players were rushed into action- perhaps a year earlier than the coaches would have liked.

This year is a different story.   Every starting offensive line has proven his mettle in game conditions.  Rush and Mobley are battle tested and will not be intimidated in Fayetteville.  One coach described guard Blake Burks as a "road grader."  Max Holcombe is everything you want out of a center.   Finally, Tarik Milner was good enough at tackle that Coach Adam Ross moved Mobley to guard.  Finally, the Gamecocks are two deep at every line position with veterans such as Tee Hardin, Colt Kennedy, Preston Hatcher, Tree Johnstone and Clay Squires all ready to step in if duty calls.

Back to the point.  If Ealey ran for 6 yards per carry behind the 2011 line, seven yards per carry behind what should be a much improved offensive line is realistic for 2012.  In addition, Ealey's conditioning and attitude are vastly improved since he arrived at the Friendliest Campus in the South.


The 2012 signing class has created some buzz.  Running back, Troymaine a/k/a Buster a/k/a "Nascarlife Pope", is a guy that is capable to taking it to the house everytime he touches the ball.  As mentioned, Carrolton product, Telvin Brown has emerged as a big play threat at wide receiver. On the defensive side of the ball, watch out for JR Hough (pronounced Huff), a Lovejoy product that will appear in nickel and dime packages.  Even though he is not a freshman, Baylor transfer Sean "Real Papa" Watson, is ready to hit somebody after not playing his first two years of college football.  On special teams, we may hear a Thunder from Down Under, as Australian Hamish Maccines, plays his first down of American football at punter.


The inability to hold big leads has plagued JSU for the past couple of years.  If the Gamecocks can improve in this area, by getting a first down when they need it on offense and getting that key stop on defense, it should be a good year.

Turn The Radio On

Great 97.3  radio interview with Coach Jack Crowe.  link courtesy of gatsini.  click here.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

"It Only Takes One Stone to Take Down a Giant."

My new favorite Gamecock football blog previews the Arkansas game.  click here.

Inside Gamecock Training Camp Interviews Whittier and Ivory

Hopefully, this link will work.   click here.

Jacksonville State University - GAMECOCK CHATTER with Washaun Ealey

Jacksonville State University - GAMECOCK CHATTER with Washaun Ealey

Tyson in new role of showing the newcomers the ropes

Tyson in new role of showing the newcomers the ropes: A year ago, DiMetrio Tyson was just one of the guys — really, the other guy — in a front four that was expected to be the strength of Jacksonville State’s defense. Now, he is the man, the Papa Bea...

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

JSU’s young defense prepping for Arkansas

JSU’s young defense prepping for Arkansas: Jacksonville State goes into its most ambitious season opener with arguably the youngest defense of coach Jack Crowe’s 13-year tenure, but the coach still has the same expectation of the youngsters...

Jacksonville State Prepares for Arkansas (Gadsden Times)

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Article On Arkansas' Running Back

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Jacksonville State University - Jack Crowe Press Conference Quotes - The Arkansas Game

Jacksonville State University - Jack Crowe Press Conference Quotes - The Arkansas Game

10 Questions Facing Arkansas

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3 Time Super Bowl Champ Speaks to the Gamecocks

Steve Wallace, who played for Coach Crowe at Auburn, recently spoke to the team. click here.

JSU Football Blog Interviews Gabriel Chambers

Click here.

Da'Rick Rogers to T. Tech

Courtesy of Old Owl.  Former 5 Star high school recruit, Da' Rick Rogers has reportedly transferred to Tennessee Tech.  click here  

The OVC is going to be really tough this year. Here is a quick, and by no means exhaustive look, at what awaits the Gamecocks:

Eastern Kentucky- returned nearly everyone on both sides of the ball, including 2 All American Tackles and a running back and a big time wide receiver.

Tennessee Tech- did lose Tim Benford, but returned nearly everyone else.  With Da' Rick Rogers, they are going to be hard to beat.

UT Martin- Everyone forgets about Martin, but they are returning a real good quarterback, two excellent running backs and most of the rest of their team.

Tennessee State- TSU has an incredibly talented quarterback and have added a boatload of high quality FBS players to the mix.

SEMO- SEMO may be one of the few teams in the OVC that is down this year. They lost Matt Scheible and the transfer from Ohio that was supposed to replace him went down with a season ending injury.

EIU- The Panthers returned a lot of players, but figure to be in transition with the retirement of Coach Spoo..

Austin Peay. Peay may not be ready to make the jump to the top half of the OVC.

Switching to spread offense made sense for Mocs, Part 1

Switching to spread offense made sense for Mocs, Part 1

TSU happy to take on talented transfers considered trouble elsewhere

TSU happy to take on talented transfers considered trouble elsewhere

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Saturday Down South Previews Arkansas v. Jacksonville State

One of the best college football blogs out there, Saturday Down South, previews the Gamecocks game against Jacksonville State.  Click here.

Gamecock Volleyball is 4-0!

Jacksonville State University - Seniors Pace Gamecocks to Two Wins and ISTAP Title

Despite limits, Green wants JSU to play with passion

Despite limits, Green wants JSU to play with passion: James Green has a message for his Jacksonville State basketball players. Just because there is no post-season pot of gold to play for this year, there’s no reason not to play with the passion that...

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Michael Bolton Previews the Gamecocks

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Friday, August 24, 2012

Everybody Loves Ed Lett

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2012 Jacksonville State Pre J-Day Highlight

Linebacker Leon Jones Standing Out at Practice

Jacksonville State University - Gamecocks Hold Kicking Scrimmage on Thursday

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Player Previews Galore on the New Football Blog

We've already written about it, but there is a great new blog covering JSU football.  Go here for profiles on Washaun Ealey, Alan Bonner, Buster Pope, Spiderman Smith, Pierre Warren and Country Chambers.

Chris Boone of Jacksonville State

Extremes in contrast on JSU’s depth chart

Extremes in contrast on JSU’s depth chart: The Gamecocks' offense is dominated by 13 juniors and seniors, while the defense has 10 sophomores and four true or redshirt freshmen.

Coach Crowe's Return to Arkansas

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Where Have You Gone Tig Barksdale?

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Jacksonville State University - Change, Progress The Themes As Crowe Announces First Depth Chart

Jacksonville State University - Change, Progress The Themes As Crowe Announces First Depth Chart

Update on Murray's Ohio State RB Transfer

Murray went hard on the transfer front recently adding a running back from Ohio State, a corner from South Carolina and a Safety from Arkansas (who was at JSU in the Spring).  Here is an update on the Ohio State transfer.  Click here.

Story about JSU Offensive Lineman Jon Averette

Averette turning heads, hoping to give Thunder its newest milestone: JACKSONVILLE — The hints kept coming for Jon Averette. At 9 years old, he weighed in at 145 pounds at a doctor’s appointment. He grew out of shoes every six months and reached size 12 at age 12.

Ivory Getting Some Coverage.

Thanks to GamecockNation for spotting this article.  click here.

Two-deep today for JSU

Two-deep today for JSU: JSU expected to round out evaluations, finalize depth chart for season opener

2012 Jacksonville State Football Fan Day

Nice Article from The Times Journal

Click here.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Jacksonville State University - Crowe Announces Five Position Changes

Jacksonville State University - Crowe Announces Five Position Changes

5 Questions About UTC

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MIA From the Roster

Did anyone see either Desmond Brown or Jeremy Nicholson at the Fan Day scrimmage. Both are conspicuously absent from the latest roster, although Desmond Brown is included in the team photo.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Jacksonville State University - Ivory Back On Track, Anxious To Get Season Started

Jacksonville State University - Ivory Back On Track, Anxious To Get Season Started

Gamecocks Add Cartersville QB to 2012 Roster

Another addition to the Gamecocks 2012 roster is Tyler Will, a tall quarterback from Cartersville High School.  Hilights here.

Omari Jones Unofficial Senoir Highlight Film

3 Star Defensive End Shows Up on the Gamecock Roster

There are always some surprises when the final roster is published at  This year is no exception as Omari Jones, a transfer from Georgia Southern showed up on the Gamecocks roster.  Jones was a three star Rivals recruit out of high school.  No word on why he transferred from Georgia Southern.  Here is his Southern bio:

"Played at Mundy's Mill High School for Coach Peniel J. Dany... selected defensive MVP as a senior... named to All-Region first-team defense at linebacker... started as free safety as a sophomore, recording 6 interceptions and 31 tackles... recorded 54 tackles, 3 forced fumbles, and 3 tackles for loss as a junior in starting roles as a linebacker and strong safety... started at strong safety and outside linebacker as a senior... led Tigers as a senior with 82 tackles and seven sacks, three forced fumbles and three tackles for loss... defensive captain as a junior... captain of team as a senior...  recorded 54 tackles during 2008 season... graduated on the A/B honor roll and was a member of the Region 4 6-A All-Academic team... earned three-star ranking from"

There's a New Blog In Town

While it means that we might lose our title, great news. There appears to be a new blog covering JSU Football.!/2012/08/jsu-preview-gabriel-chambers.html  Its great to see the enthusiasm for JSU football grow.  There are so many things going on right now related to JSU football that would have been unheard of ten years ago. 

Sunday, August 19, 2012

All We Do Is Win

Jacksonville State University - Boutziouvis, Hurt Lift Jax State Past Georgia State, 2-1  Congrats to the Gamecock soccer team on their first win in the post- Chelsea Pelletier era.

Saints Waive and Reach Injury Settlement with CB A.J. Davis

Saints Waive and Reach Injury Settlement with CB A.J. Davis

JSU’s Blanchard impressive in first action in full pads

JSU’s Blanchard impressive in first action in full pads: Jack Crowe has a new way of talking about Coty Blanchard.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Greg Willard Commits to JSU

Need to get some information, but he a cornerback from Austin High School.

Offensive Lineman Justin Lea Commits to Jacksonville State

Nate Norwood Commits to Jacksonville State

The Gamecocks continued the Lovejoy connection getting a commitment from Nate Norwood.  Norwood was getting interest from lots of bigger schools but has chosen to join teammates J.R. Hough and Dushonta Broughton at JSU.  The only stat you need to know: 39 tackles for a loss.  Youtube hilights here.

Excellent OVC Preview

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Inside Gamecock Training Camp Day 5

Inside Gamecock Training Camp Day 8!/photo.php?v=272542752855033

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Gamecocks Get It Done in the Weightroom

click here. Not sure if the link will work, particularly if you are not a facebook member.

Crowe Identifies 11 Newcomers Ready to Make an Impact

Last night, Coach Crowe identified 11 newcomers ready to make an impact:

Junior Hough (pronounced Huff), CB:  When you look up "baller" in the dictionairy, it has Hough's picture.

Sean Broughton, DB:  Hough's Lovejoy teammate.  When I asked an insider about Hough, he told me that Broughton might be even better.

Buster Pope, RB:  Washaun Ealey may not be the best running back on the Gamecock roster.  I said "may."

Martez House, DL:  A Florida boy that the Gamecocks signed late in the 2011 signing class.  He could start.

Markis Merrill, WR:  An SEC wide receiver playing in an FCS program.

Erik Butler, DL:  The Cocks found a diamond in the rough in this very tall DL.  Wonder if he could play power forward on the basketball team.

Leon Jones, LB:  A highly touted linebacker from Madison, Alabama that is apparently impressing as a true freshman.

Luke Smith, TE:  This recently added transfer from Fort Myers, Florida is turning heads.

Hamish Macinnes, P:  To paraphrase Pulp Fiction, what's a brother going to do, he's Australian.  Washaun Ealey's interview of Macinnes is priceless. Best exchange: Ealey: Who is your favorite player on the Gamecocks? Macinnes: Not you.

Jordan Jackson, DL:  If memory serves, he was listed as a tight end last year.  A very athletic player from Tallahassee.

Dalton Screws,  WR:  The Wellborn product contineus to impress.

JSU's Blanchard ‘excited’ to get back to gridiron

JSU's Blanchard ‘excited’ to get back to gridiron: After stint in the Cape Cod League, Gamecock standout set to return to practice this week

Monday, August 13, 2012

Gamecocks Go to Nevada to Snag Another 2 Star Linebacker

Yet another Rivals 2 star linebacker has made his way on to the Gamecocks roster. This time, its Josh Symonette, the #7 rated player in Nevada.  He led that state in sacks in 2011.  His higlights are here.

Great Gamecock Videos On Facebook

If you become friends with Coach Crowe on facebook, you have access to great daily videos regarding the football team. Today, there was some remarkable footage of the Gamecocks getting after it in the weightroom. On friday, some great player - player interviews. I wish there was a way to link it to the site, but have not figured it out yet.

Middleton Has A Solid Debut for the Rams

Calvin gets three carries and a reception in the first preseason game. Stat link here.

Is Arkansas Overrated?

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Murray State Preview

Spiderman Tweets Plus a Good One from the A-Star

Two good tweets from Spiderman Smith, who may hold the distinction of best rapper and best linebacker on the 2012 Gamecock Squad:

"I feel like the team is really bonding like never before in these two a days."

"A lot of people worry about being fit but are set on being lazy. Get up and get your sweat on. I promise you will feel good afterwards."

From the Anniston Star twitter page:  "Just a thought: the two most influential guys in the JSU atheltic department off the field [Ed Lett & Warren "Moose" Koegel] would be a key combo on it."

Buxton brings fresh face to Gamecocks

Buxton brings fresh face to Gamecocks: Not all of a college football team’s recruiting is done by the coaching staff. Jacksonville State coach Jack Crowe tells his players if they know of an available player who could make the Gamecock...

Saturday, August 11, 2012

JSU Football Practice (8/11/12)

JSU Football Practice (08/10/2012)

JSU Football Practice (08/09/2012)

JSU Football Practice (08/08/2012)

Here Comes Trouble! announced that Raheam "Trouble" Buxton has joined the Gamecocks via transfer from Western Michigan University.  Buxton, a defensive back, will join his former WMU teammate, Trey Smith, on the Gamecocks squad.

Buxton's was a consensus three star  player out of high school and was rated as one of the top 90 cornerbacks in the nation..  He originally committed to the Miami Hurricanes, but NCAA clearinghouse issues delayed his admission and he wound up at WMU.  Miami's scholarship offer to  Buxton was warranted.  He ended up starting five games for WMU as a true freshman, totalling 25 tackles, an interception and several pass break ups.  Hilights from his freshman season are here.

However, during that same year, tragedy struck.  On the night before one of his games, Buxton's brother died as a result of gunshot wounds.  Click here for the story.   Buxton played on, however.  Then, in September, 2011 he was abruptly dismissed from the team for undisclosed reasons.  Click here

Here is hoping that Buxton will thrive in the "family" atmosphere Washaun Ealey described that permeates the Jacksonville State football program.  If he does, he might just join AJ Davis and TJ Heath as Gamecock DBs in the NFL.

Friday, August 10, 2012

The Crazy Honey Badger (original narration by Randall) Language Warning

Gamecocks Pick Up QB Commitment

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JSU punter to suit up in pads for first time

JSU punter to suit up in pads for first time: Of all the things Jacksonville State coach Jack Crowe has to worry about in this training camp, one of the tops on his list is going into an SEC arena on opening night with a player in a game-chang...

ESPN.Com Exposes the NCAA on the APR

If you don't have time to read the whole article, here is the gist.  Schools with the resources to hire dozens of academic advisers, complaince staff and lawyers are able to navigate around APR penalties.  Those that don't have those resources-- not so much.

click here.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Gamecocks Staying on Their Grind

If you want to know what's going on in camp, the SID's office is doing a nice job with daily updates. Also, Coach Crowe has a facebook page with some intriguing information.  Here is a summary of information from various sources:

*The staff loves the athletic ability of incoming freshman, Eli Jenkins.  His physical ability compares favorably with safety, Pierre Warren, and the Gamecocks may give him a look as a defensive back.

*There may be a big time cornerback transfer, but its only a rumor and we don't have the details.

*Alan Bonner and Dimetrio Tyson are showing senior leadership.

*Unheralded freshman wide receiver, Dalton Screws, really impressed the coaches on the first day of practice.

*You keep hearing the name, Markis Merrill, a wide receiver from Florida that sat out last year.  He may be a game changer.

*A great article in the print edition of the Anniston Star quotes Buster Pope as saying he wants to set the all-time record for rushing yards by a Gamecock freshman. The record is currently held by Boyce Callahan, we will see if he can do it.  Ealey and Pope have developed a special bond.  Loved a quote from Ealey that he loved "the family atmosphere" at JSU.

*The Gamecocks have an Australian punter that Coach Crowe smiles about every time he is mentioned. It will be interesting to see how this develops.

*Apparently, all players expected to report, did report.

*He is not even listed on the two deep depth chart, but offensive lineman Tee Hardin, from Irwin high school is a guy that generates a buzz.  He has an amazing combination of athletic ability and size.  Another newcomer on the line, Thomas Williams from Vigor, has the physical tools to be one of the greatest ever at JSU.

*The team that prays together, stays together. The Gamecocks are going to church together this Sunday.

*I'm worried about the defensive line and linebackers with the loss of Texas, Wadley, M. Lewis and Jack Jackson  from last year's team. Someone drop me a line and tell me we are going to be alright so I can sleep at night.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Town & Gown: Perfectly balanced — The drive of Darcy

Town & Gown: Perfectly balanced — The drive of Darcy: Darcy Porter has never been ordinary. She’s never been a doubter, a sideline spectator or a pessimist. She’s also never stopped fighting for her goals. At 23 years old, Darcy is an athlete, an advo...

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

A Crowe Tweets

Selected tweets from Coach Jack Crowe:

 "After evaluating film all evening with coaching staff we have some freshman talent to integrate ASAP."

"1st day of practice is a lot like Christmas morning you don't know what you get until you open the presents.Surprise!D. Screws-Wellborn High."

Jacksonville State University - JSU Football Continues Fall Practice

Jacksonville State University - JSU Football Continues Fall Practice

A-Star Tweets that LeDarrius Bowe Has Committed to Jacksonville State

Jacksonville State University - JSU Football Opens Fall Camp on Monday

Jacksonville State University - JSU Football Opens Fall Camp on Monday

JSU's Rush back in action

JSU's Rush back in action: After a season-ending injury in 2011, Gamecock lineman suits up again

Sunday, August 5, 2012

3 Great Tweets

"Forget Alabama and Auburn football --- them JSU Gamecocks gonna put on a show this year."  Ben Endress.

"Did 380 on the bench this morning. Working to get strong."  Barry "the Butcher" Stafford (a/k/a 9 Deuce).

"Never been more excited about football camp."  Washaun Ealey.

Heath to the Bengals

click here.

Gadsden Times Articl on the Ivory Blanchard Quarterback Combination

click here.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Gadsden Times Article on the Offense

Click here.

Gadsden Times Article on the Defense

click here.

Gamecocks opting out of pre-dawn workouts

Gamecocks opting out of pre-dawn workouts: After years of setting their alarms during August camp to the alarming time of 4:30 a.m., the Jacksonville State football players are finally getting an opportunity to sleep in.

Friday, August 3, 2012

On Line Media Guide Is Available

One of the great days of the year is upon us. The 2012 media guide is available on line.  Go to

JSU’s defense likely to be main topic of conversation

JSU’s defense likely to be main topic of conversation: When the Jacksonville State football team hits the field for the first time Monday afternoon, every player will get a look from their coaches, but it will be the defense that will get most of the a...

Florida Rivals Site Previews the JSU Game

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