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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Allen, Jean-Louis lead resurgence for Herd’s outside receivers
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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Allen, Jean-Louis lead resurgence for Herd’s outside receivers

Receivers lead way in rout of Ohio

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Allen, Jean-Louis lead resurgence for Herd’s outside receivers
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Allen, Jean-Louis lead resurgence for Herd’s outside receivers

Receivers lead way in rout of Ohio

Chuck McGill: Marshall offense living up to the hype
Chuck McGill: Marshall offense living up to the hype

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Saturday was Doc Holliday’s 30 for 30. A 30-point rout for career win No. 30.

Marshall’s 44-14 win over Ohio was a big one, and not just because the 57-year-old Thundering Herd coach beat the rival...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd hammers Ohio, 44-14, to win “Battle for the Bell”
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd hammers Ohio, 44-14, to win “Battle for the Bell”

HUNTINGTON — Three straight losses to the same rival can build up plenty of frustration. The Marshall football team, which hadn’t beaten Ohio in “The Battle for the Bell” since 2010, took that frustration into...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd tries to bring ‘Bell’ back to Huntington
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd tries to bring ‘Bell’ back to Huntington

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — After 57 games in a series that began in 1905, one could consider the “Battle for the Bell” with Ohio University among the top rivalries Marshall’s football team has.

For Thundering Herd...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Bobcats trying to replace QB Tettleton
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Bobcats trying to replace QB Tettleton

HUNTINGTON — For the first time since 2011, Marshall’s football team will prepare for Ohio and the “Battle for the Bell” without Tyler Tettleton under center for the Bobcats.

“I think he’s been there the ...

Derek Redd: Should Herd be concerned with style points?

HUNTINGTON — As the five smaller Football Bowl Subdivision conferences attempt to elbow each other out of the way and seize the one slot saved for them among college football’s marquee bowls, there’s an old-school twist to that...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Ball security a big issue vs. Ohio
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Ball security a big issue vs. Ohio

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall’s football team hasn’t just lost the turnover battle with Ohio in their last three “Battles for the Bell.” The Thundering Herd has been drubbed.

That the Herd has committed 13...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Offensive line depth on display

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Marshall football team’s offensive line has put its depth, especially at left tackle, to the test over the first couple games of the season.

The Thundering Herd rotated three players at left tackle in its 48-...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Thundering Herd running game has been strong
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Thundering Herd running game has been strong

MU ground attack clicking on all cylinders so far

Marshall golf: MU women finish 14th in first 2014 golf outing

NORMAL, Ill. — Marshall women’s golf senior Korakot Simsiriwong finished in a two-way tie for 15th in the final round of the Redbird Invitational on Monday at Weibring Golf Club.

Totaling 13-over-par 229 after three 18-hole rounds, ...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd defense dominant in home opener
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd defense dominant in home opener

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — There was nothing fancy with what the Marshall football team’s defense did Saturday in the Thundering Herd’s win over Rhode Island. Vanilla was the only flavor necessary.

Marshall’s defense...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Cato’s legs as important as his arm in win
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Cato’s legs as important as his arm in win

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall quarterback Rakeem Cato swears he’s never run as fast as he did on his fourth-quarter touchdown sprint in the Thundering Herd’s 48-7 win Saturday over Rhode Island.

“Ever,” he said....

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