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One week after notching its first win of the season, Charleston Southern opens Big South Conference play at two-time defending champion Kennesaw State.
A reunion of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Recon Platoon sparked memories of Citadel graduate Skip Murphy and the story behind Citadel football's Vietnam memorial.
Former College of Charleston star Brett Gardner wasn't supposed to have this big of a role for the Yankees this season. Now, he's a main cog in the team's quest for a World Series title.
The College of Charleston men's basketball team was picked to finish second in the Colonial Athletic Association's preseason poll. Cougars guard Grant Riller was named preseason player of the year.
The College of Charleston and North Carolina have agreed to play each other in basketball three times beginning in the 2020-21 season.
As a first-time head coach, Charleston Southern’s rookie head man Autry Denson dreamed of gaining his first victory and feeling the water bucket shower for the first time.
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Seven times Charleston Southern had played Savannah State in football, winning all seven. So the Bucs began looking at the game as one they could count on as a win on the schedule. Not anymore.
The Citadel's Raleigh Webb is movie-star handsome, with a physique somewhere between Olympic swimmer and Mr. Universe.
When The Citadel's 2019 season is over, that facemask grab might be seen as turning point in the Bulldogs' fortunes.
College of Charleston men's soccer coach Ralph Lundy is set to retire at the end of the season. The school honored the long-time coach Saturday night by naming its soccer field at Patriots Point Ralph Lundy Field.
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With Walter Payton Award winner Devlin Hodges finally graduated from Samford, The Citadel will face a different challenge at quarterback on Saturday.
College of Charleston senior forward Jaylen McManus has waited patiently for his chance to become a major player for the Cougars.
The Citadel's Joshua Roides is a third-team kicker who stands 5-foot-7 and weighs 166 pounds, sports a grin with a missing front tooth and likes to wear black-rimmed nerd glasses.
Eddie Davis, a 6-7, 260-pound forward who started his college career at Southern Miss, has joined the Bulldogs, coach Duggar Baucom confirmed this week.
Backup Citadel quarterback Brian Murdaugh, a former walk-on playing his first significant snaps as a Bulldog rushed for a team-best 76 yards on 20 carries and threw a 54-yard touchdown pass on Saturday.
Ja’Von Benson of Columbia has become the center of an in-state recruiting battle between South Carolina and the College of Charleston.
Charleston Southern quarterback Jack Chambers came off the bench to spark the Bucs offense, but it wasn't enough in the 22-13 Citadel victory.
Citadel back-up quarterback Brian Murdaugh makes first start and leads the 25th-ranked Bulldogs to a victory over Charleston Southern.
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The Citadel place kicker Jacob Godek rebounded from a poor sophomore season with a break-out year in 2018. Last week, Godek booted a 37-yard field in overtime as the Bulldogs upset Georgia Tech.
When Nick Salley accepted a walk-on offer in 2016 from Charleston Southern head coach Jamey Chadwell, he knew the challenges ahead. After persistence and hard work earned the praise and respect of his teammates, Salley was named by his peers as a team captain at the start of the 2019 season.
Only one FCS team has more upset wins over FBS squads than The Citadel since the NCAA split Division I into I-A and I-AA in 1978.
After two difficult games on the road to open the season, Saturday’s home opener provided an emotional spark for the Charleston Southern Buccaneers.
The Citadel's Jacob Godek booted a 37-yard field goal in overtime and The Citadel won for the first time over an ACC foe, upsetting 27-point favorite Georgia Tech, 27-24, on Saturday in Atlanta.
Pigskin Picks VIP Picker Stephen Garcia, the former South Carolina quarterback, recalls his exchange with Nick Saban following the Gamecocks' 2010 upset of Alabama, and the party that night.
After two difficult weeks on the road, Charleston Southern plays its first home game of the season Saturday at Buccaneer Field. The Bucs host North Carolina A&T at 6 p.m.
Hurricane Dorian crashed through the Bahamas and swept up the coast of South Carolina. Citadel junior tight end Elijah Lowe's father survived, but his boats and rental cottages are destroyed.
After a tiring week due to Hurricane Dorian evacuations, the Coastal Carolina football team delivered an upset on the road to Kansas of the Big 12 Conference.
Citadel football hasn't played a "cupcake game" against a lower-division squad since 2017, and won't this season or next. The Bulldogs could use an occasional snack.
Former Clemson star Sammy Watkins scored three touchdowns Sunday in Kansas City's 40-26 win over Jacksonville.
Former South Carolina Gamecock Alshon Jeffery played a huge role in the Philadelphia Eagles' comeback victory Sunday over Washington.
The Citadel fell to 0-2 with a 35-28 loss at Elon before 5,571 fans at Rhodes Stadium on Saturday afternoon, the Bulldogs' second straight one-score loss to a team picked to finish in the top four of the CAA.
College of Charleston's Bailey Ober and Clemson's Weston Wilson faced each other last week in the first round of a double-A playoff series, with Wilson's team coming out on top.
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The Citadel spent up to $35,000 to keep the football team together during Hurricane Dorian, and coach Brent Thompson wants to make that effort pay off Saturday at Elon.
Citadel football is holding "Camp Bulldog" at Lookup Lodge in Travelers Rest this week as the Bulldogs escape Hurricane Dorian and prepare for Saturday's game at Elon.
For the second time in three years, Charleston Southern’s football schedule has been affected by a hurricane. Only this year, the Buccaneers won't have to cancel a game.
Citadel Bulldog equipment managers packed up the trucks Monday morning, and the team hit the road in advance of Hurricane Dorian.
Charleston Southern opened the football season with a 46-13 loss at Furman as the defending co-champions of the Southern Conference did what they do best. Run the football.
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