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Birmingham-Southern defeats Berry, 42-0

Tyson Beacham connected with Michael Cowan for a pair of touchdowns as Birmingham-Southern found its winning ways once again and knocked off Berry by a 42-0 margin. With the win, the Panthers ended a three-game skid that follow three straight wins to open the season.

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Wooster defeats Denison, 43-21

Richard Barnes threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns as Wooster knocked off Denison by a 43-21 margin. Before a crowd of 2,650 at John P. Papp Stadium in Wooster, Ohio, Wooster (4-3) jumped out to a 29-0 lead at halftime and reclaimed the Old Red Lantern traveling trophy with the victory. In the show of offense, Wooster racked up 540 yards of total offense to 449 yards for Denison (4-3). Brandon Sklenar led the

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Box Score: Birmingham-Southern defeats Berry by a 42-0 margin

Tyson Beacham tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Michael Cowan for a pair of touchdowns as Birmingham-Southern defeated Berry by a 42-0 margin. Birmingham-Southern (4-3) jumped to a 7-0 first quarter lead behind a seven-yard run from Issac Nichols with 13:19 to go in the first quarter. Berry (1-7) then looked like it might turn the tide, picking off a pair of Beacham passes, but the Vikings couldn’t convert. Berry couldn’t, however, convert takeaways

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Georgia moving statue of controversial politician Thomas E. Watson

ATLANTA — The state of Georgia is moving the statue of a controversial politician from the grounds of the capitol to a nearby park, giving Georgians an opportunity to rethink a time in the state’s history. Officials contend the move is part of a plan to renovate the steps of the historic state capitol, according to various reports. The 12-foot-tall bronze statue depicting Thomas E. Watson will be moved to Plaza Park, located across the

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D3 recap: Centre, Hendrix, DePauw win in week seven

Heath Haden threw for 270 yards and a touchdown too as Centre College exploded for 27 points in the second half to defeat Sewanee: The University of the South by a 34-17 margin at Farris Stadium in Danville, Ky. Trailing 10-7 at halftime, Centre (5-1) scored 20 points in the third quarter to wrestle the lead from Sewanee (2-5). Harry Meisner rushed for 73 yards to lead the Colonels ground attack, which ran for 211

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Family Travel in the Electronic Age

Today, the world is a completely different place. Every impression can be posted instantly, liked, commented on, shared with friends, tweeted, re-tweeted, and instagramed, and that’s just for starters. What’s truly mind boggling as a parent, is how knowledgeable and proficient my kids are at all of this. So the question is, do we let the kids stay connected electronically when on a family trip, or force them to shut down and reconnect the old fashioned way.

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Reinhardt ranked for first time in program history

Reinhardt University’s upstart football team is celebrating the first national ranking in the program’s young history. The Eagles (4-2) were ranked No. 24 in the NAIA Coaches Poll released Monday. Reinhardt started its season with a pair of losses — a 40-37 shootout on August 31 against Mercer University (5-1), a fellow upstart program in Georgia, and a 50-45 heartbreaker against Lindsey Wilson College (5-2) the following week during the school’s home opener. The team