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Goudelock paces fast-paced Cougars past crosstown rival Buccaneers

The College of Charleston and Charleston Southern pushed the ball up and down the floor Thursday night at the North Charleston Coliseum, even pausing occasionally to play defense. Charleston pushed it a little better, defended a little better, and the end result was a 93-83 victory for the Cougars in front of an announced crowd of 2,835.

Goudelock paces fast-paced Cougars past crosstown rival Buccaneers

The College of Charleston and Charleston Southern pushed the ball up and down the floor Thursday night at the North Charleston Coliseum, even pausing occasionally to play defense. Charleston pushed it a little better, defended a little better, and the end result was a 93-83 victory for the Cougars in front of an announced crowd of 2,835.

Excuse me, I'm with the band

In a student body that often considers itself too cool for school spirit, the College of Charleston Pep Band stands out as a notable exception. Thirty strong and always on hand when the Cougars play at home, these Cougars are a band of brethren who don't mind being part of the show.

Hawkeyes pierce Bulldogs from long range

Hawkeye Nation turned out in force at McAlister Field House Thursday night, and did not go away disappointed. Some 300 Iowa fans decked out in black and gold came out to see the Hawkeyes' basketball team, the first from the Big Ten to visit McAlister, pull away for a 70-48 victory over The Citadel before 2,024 spectators.

Ex-Fort Dorchester stars Capers, Dunlap to meet in The Swamp

The trash-talking has been held to a minimum this week. "He said he's approaching it just like another game," Citadel linebacker Mel Capers said of his high school teammate, Florida star Carlos Dunlap. "I told him, 'Well, I'm doing the same thing.' " But Saturday's mismatch at The Swamp between the underdog Bulldogs and third-ranked Florida will hold special meaning for Capers and Dunlap, who were teammates and buddies at Fort Dorchester High School.










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