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As the sun went down behind the mountains around Western Carolina's Whitmire Stadium on Nov. 3, it was easy to wonder about the future of Citadel football.

Charleston Southern could not build on a strong first-half performance and dropped a 76-55 decision to Marquette in men’s college basketball action on Tuesday night at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.

After Charleston Southern took two games from crosstown rival The Citadel in 2015, including a second-round FCS playoff matchup, the two programs took a two-year hiatus in scheduling. This after CSU won the last four meetings and five of the last seven contests.

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Will Muschamp, Jake Bentley and the entire South Carolina graduating classes of 2018 and 2019 are caught up in an orange swirl. Dabo Swinney, Tajh Boyd and a few Clemson classes can relate to the impact of a five-game rivalry streak full of joy and pain.

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College of Charleston coach Earl Grant understood that playing against teams from Power 5 conferences was an opportunity for the Cougars to test themselves against the nation’s elite teams.

For about 30 minutes, Charleston Southern’s men’s basketball team played as close to perfect as it could play in Tuesday night’s game with South Carolina State. The final 10 minutes were a little different, but the Buccaneers did manage to finish it off with a 89-72 win.

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Jarrell Brantley scored 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds and Grant Riller added 14 points, 12 coming in the second half to lead College of Charleston past Rhode Island, 66-55, Tuesday night before a crowd of 4,276 at TD Arena