Tonight was the start of the regular season for two South Georgia universities.As ASU welcomed the Valdosta state blazers into the coliseum, to see if history could repeat itself the last time they hosted this matchup.For ASU, it’s a chance to see how they stack up if they want another shot at a p
The last time the Rams took the field here at High Mills Stadium was back in October for their homecoming game against Clark Atlanta, where they later would find a 36-3 victory, and win number 5 in a row.
The grass is cut and there’s a fresh coat of paint on the practice field, so it has to be the start of spring training for the Rams.It’s crazy to think that football season is already around the corner, but I doubt many people are complaining.
The Albany State Golden Rams finished their season in the SIAC Conference championship.Unfortunately.. it wasn’t the finish the Rams were hoping for... but head coach Gabe Giardina made it clear that there was a lot to be proud of.
It's now playoff time for the Valdosta State Blazers!The Blazers have won the GSC conference title, took a 10-0 regular season record for the first time since 2007, and now are a number 1 seed in the playoffs.
The Valdosta State Blazers haven't seen an undefeated regular season since 2007.Now sitting at 9-0, the Blazers find themselves just one game away from a perfect record and the chance to clinch the GSC.
The Valdosta State Blazers are inching closer to a possible perfect regular season but the Blazers are celebrating just yet.They still have their work cut out for them as they possibly face two of the toughest teams so far this season.
The Valdosta State Blazers are kicking off the 2013 season where they left off in 2012: atop the polls.The Blazers are ranked number one in the initial American Football Coaches' Association poll released
Valdosta State football does more than just lift weights and run windsprints in the offseason. The Blazers also raise money to cover their travel costs and coach David Dean's celebrity golf tournament is becoming very popular for VSU athletic boosters