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Third time indeed charm for Bishops

The third time, indeed, was the charm for Bishop England. Bishop England quarterback Mikell Fosberry threw for 175 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bishops past Edisto, 24-7, before a crowd of about 2,000 at Jack Cantey Stadium in the opening round of the Class AA playoffs. The Bishops, who improved to 9-2 overall, will take on Timberland next Friday night.

Bowden Bowl yields to jockeying in ACC

In the early days of the so-called Bowden Bowl, it was new and fun to see father and son on opposite sidelines. But gradually, novelty gave way to cold-blooded reality. Seasons were on the line. Jobs were on the line. And now, none of the principal parties seems disappointed that the yearly spectacle has reached the end of the line.

Johnson's 'D' chasing Gamecocks' best ever

Looking for storylines for South Carolina's game this afternoon against Arkansas? Best bet is to start with the Gamecocks' first-year defensive coordinator. Seems like Ellis Johnson's in the middle of most everything for this one. It's Johnson's defense that's trying to erase dreadful memories of giving up more than a quarter-mile of yardage last season at Arkansas.

Blue Hose riding high into CSU

Two weeks ago, Liberty beat Charleston Southern, 42-0. Last week, Presbyterian edged Liberty, 31-28. We'll let CSU coach Jay Mills do the math. "I guess that makes Presbyterian a 45-point favorite over us," Mills said of the Buccaneers' matchup with the Blue Hose today at CSU Stadium.


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