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Youngstown State falls to North Dakota State 35-17

Published: Sat, November 16, 2013 @ 4:53 p.m.

The Youngstown State football team dropped its second straight game, falling to North Dakota State 35-17 in Saturday's game at Stambaugh Stadium.

The Penguins (8-3, 5-2 MVFC) will play host to South Dakota State in the regular season finale next weekend.

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1pwhite1027(106 comments)posted 10 months, 1 week ago

Wolford is an embarrassment to Youngstown. We will never make it back to the top with that little baby shooting us in the foot. Go back to where you came from and bring back a coach that has character and can build character. All he is, is a character.

I hope Wolford paid close attention to the half time show today regarding Coach Tressel. Wolford would do well to study Tressel's tenure carefully, if that is possible. Perhaps he could learn a thing or two about building a winner and building character in his players. However, I believe he is too bull headed to learn anything. I remember last year when he seemed to blame a Vindicator sports writer when YSU went on their annual late season nose dive under his tenure, as they are doing again this year. Tressel's teams always got BETTER as the season went on, not worse. You can only beat Slippery Rock so many times, coach Wolford! Your record against the big boys is 0 and forever. Get on with your life's work.

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2arod(264 comments)posted 10 months, 1 week ago

Bravo pwhite, +1

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