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Derek Redd

Marshall beat writer

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd graduates ton of talent, but cupboard far from bare for 2015

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — As Marshall football coach Doc Holliday sat at the interview table following his Thundering Herd’s resounding 52-23 Boca Raton Bowl win over Northern Illinois, he was joined by quarterbac...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Cato, Shuler leave their mark

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — Rakeem Cato won the inaugural Boca Raton Bowl most valuable player award Tuesday night, but with the way he was throwing, one might have thought he was trying to get that trophy into receiver To...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd thumps NIU to win Boca Raton Bowl (with video)

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd honors late president; Shuler, Haig break records

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Derek Redd: Holliday’s Sunshine State roots run deep, pay off (with video)

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Herd’s Shuler could cap prolific career with milestone in Boca Raton Bowl (with Video)

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Jasperse set to close standout MU career

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Jasperse’s Marshall career ends where it began — in the starting lineup

BOCA RATON BOWL NOTEBOOK: NIU QB-center combo share bond

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Boca Raton Bowl notebook

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: RB Johnson feeling better as Boca Raton Bowl nears

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — Devon Johnson so wanted to do more to help the Marshall football team win the Conference USA championship game over Louisiana Tech, but his injured shoulder held him to just

four carries....

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Outside receivers’ resurgence has sparked Herd offense

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — The challenge that Marshall football coach Doc Holliday set before his outside receivers has, in his eyes, been met.

The group was largely quiet during last season’s 10-win campaign...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd balancing work and play at the Boca Raton Bowl

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DELRAY BEACH, Fla. — Marshall senior corner Darryl Roberts couldn’t wait to announce to anyone in listening distance the good news — he bowled a strike on his first roll down the lane at CineBowl in ...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Haig heads home for final game with Herd

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — When most of the 29 Floridians on the Marshall University football team’s roster say they’re headed home for Tuesday’s Boca Raton Bowl, it’s more of an approximation...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: MAC champ Northern Illinois seeking respect

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — One would think that three Mid-American Conference titles in the last four seasons, five trips to the MAC title game and seven consecutive bowls would afford the Northern Illinois football team...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Northern Illinois run game will test Herd

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MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd snaps six-game skid with 90-76 win over King

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Derek Redd: Haig reflects on a special season

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MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd tries to rebound vs. King

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CAPITAL CLASSIC: No. 22 WVU edges Marshall, 69-66

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia University’s pressure defense carried the team to victory once again.

After falling behind by eight in the second half Sunday versus Marshall University, the Moun...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Indoor facility pays off for Boca Raton Bowl prep

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — It never used to be anywhere remotely easy for the Marshall football team to simulate Florida weather for a December bowl practice, a luxury the Thundering Herd would have loved in getting read...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd preparing itself for WVU’s pressure

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Capital Classic Marshall preview

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: With experience comes confidence for Nikolic

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — As Aleksa Nikolic’s comfort level has grown, so has his presence on the court for the Marshall men’s basketball team.

The freshman from Serbia logged the most minutes he...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd wins trio of C-USA individual awards

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Marshall football team’s awards haul didn’t stop with Tuesday’s all-Conference USA squads. The C-USA champion Thundering Herd picked up a trio of individual conference ...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd to make most of short bowl prep time

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd dominates all-Conference USA team

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Bowl location a boost for Herd

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd to face Northern Illinois in Boca Raton Bowl

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Haig shrugs off weather for MVP performance

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MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd’s confidence grows despite struggles

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd to face MAC champ Northern Illinois in Boca Raton Bowl

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It’ll be the Conference USA champion versus the Mid-American Conference champion in the Boca Raton Bowl.

Daily Mail sources confirmed an ESPN report that C-USA champ Marshall and MAC champ Northern Illinois ...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Late rally falls short as Herd falls to Penn State

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — An old adversary kept the Marshall men’s basketball team from getting over the hump Saturday night against Penn State — the free throw line.

The Thundering Herd missed 14 of...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd beats LA Tech for first C-USA title

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6 p.m. Update

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — When Doc Holliday arrived at Marshall University in December of 2009 as the Thundering Herd’s new football coach, he vowed the team soon would play for...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd hunting for first C-USA title

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Conference USA championship game preview

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Kambola goes from spectator to starter

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Attitude the key for Louisiana Tech’s turnaround

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Marshall meets La. Tech on Saturday for Conference USA title

Derek Redd: Herd defense getting back to normal

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CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL: Marshall AD, coach disappointed to hear UAB dropping football

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — When Marshall University athletic director Mike Hamrick was a Thundering Herd football player from 1976-79, he and his teammates often heard the rumors that football might just not survive at t...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: RB Johnson’s status for title game up in the air

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Marshall football team, hosting a conference title game for the first time in 12 years, begins this week’s preparations unsure of how much the conference’s leading rusher will...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd turns focus to Louisiana Tech

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Herd puts WKU in the past, turns focus to C-USA title game

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: South Carolina runs away from Herd for 77-59 win

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South Carolina 77, Marshall 59

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd tries to rebound with C-USA title game on horizon

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MU hosts Louisiana Tech for Conference USA title on Saturday

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Tough streak for Herd starts with South Carolina

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Western Kentucky shocks No. 19 Herd in 67-66 overtime upset

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Under a hail of turnovers and Brandon Doughty touchdowns, the Marshall football team’s dream of an undefeated season died Friday on the turf of Joan C. Edwards Stadium.

Doughty, W...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd falls to Cleveland State, drops third straight game

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall sophomore forward Ryan Taylor said he and the rest of the Thundering Herd men’s basketball team felt the Cam Henderson Center was a little cold during pregame shootaround befor...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd seniors proud of accomplishments

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall senior cornerback Darryl Roberts felt he’d leave the Thundering Herd football team in better shape than when he arrived. He just didn’t know whether he and the rest of hi...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Free-throw woes return as Herd readies for Cleveland State

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Acceptance of criticism key to Herd’s run

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Even in college football, there can be a line between perception and reality that comes to light any time a player turns on game film.

That performance he felt went like gangbusters? That...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Morehead’s hot first half dooms Herd in 77-68 loss

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HUNTINGTON — The state of Kentucky has not been kind to the Marshall men’s basketball team over the past five days.

After falling at Louisville by 18 points last Friday, the Thundering Herd watched Mo...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Western Kentucky looks much like 2012 Herd team

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — For Marshall’s football team, looking at game film of Friday’s opponent, Western Kentucky, could be like looking through a window back in time.

The Hilltoppers score a ton o...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd fixing problems against pressure defense as Morehead State visits

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall men’s basketball coach Dan D’Antoni understands that his Thundering Herd offered on national television a blueprint of how to slow the team down. Last Friday at Louisvill...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd offense correcting mistakes after quiet day at UAB

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