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YSU NOTEBOOK | More from Saturday’s game at Stambaugh Stadium

McCaster reaches career milestone Early in Youngstown State’s 42-7 victory against Valparaiso on


Brian Dzenis: Penguins should get first win

Today’s game against Valparaiso has some serious stakes.


YSU alumni group grew out of a golf foursome

Rich Denamen, Gregg Merrill, Chuck Montgomery and the late Lindsay Randall started the group in a golf foursome.


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No two ways about it

YSU wideout Zach Farrar is committed to his dual-sport career.


Pelini: YSU players must do little things better

Bo Pelini wants his Youngstown State football team to help him so that he can help the team.


YSU FOOTBALL NEWS & NOTES

PROMISING SIGN Youngstown State’s secondary underwent some changes in last Saturday’s 52-17 loss


AD has a rosy outlook at YSU

Ron Strollo says the Youngstown State football team is improving.

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Hubbard’s Matt Jones at center of West Virginia win

A local prospect who got away from Youngstown State had a hand in West Virginia’s 52-17 rout of the Penguins


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WVU trip too steep for Penguins

Bo Pelini saw improvement out of his Youngstown State football team, but it wasn’t enough to stand up to the might of No. 14 West Virginia.

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Buckeyes roll to 900th victory

Rutgers limited to 134 total yards


DZENIS: Penguins fever has cooled off

West Virginia presents a steep challenge


Baldwin rebounds as YSU left tackle

The much-traveled offensive lineman has found a home.

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YSU turns attention to WVU, but Butler lingers

The Youngstown State football team is still bothered by a 23-21 loss to Butler on Saturday.


YSU FOOTBALL NEWS & NOTES

CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS After Saturday’s 23-21 loss to Butler, questions were raised about the


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TEMPLE OF DOOM

With no timeouts and seconds ticking down, Butler lined up for a 44-yard field goal near the end of Saturday’s contest against Youngstown State. The setup was sloppy and kicker Drew Bevelheimer’s kick resembled a wounded duck, but it just got over the bar to stun Stambaugh Stadium.


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