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Lowcountry App Offline
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Anyone watch the C of C at Citadel b-ball game on Fox Sports South today? Man, what a snoozer! The Citadel shot a sizzling 18% from the field in the first half. The only thing that kept me watching was the repeated showing of the Brittany Spears Pepsi commercial!!
:laugh: :laugh:

Anyone know the SoCon TV schedule for the rest of this season? I heard Bobby Cremmins mention during the broadcast they would be at UTC next Saturday for a TV game but I didn't hear who UTC is playing (ETSU perhaps?)

Also, I didn't know former App St coach Tom Apke is now doing color commentary for games. He's working the SE Mo St. vs. Austin Peay game today for Sports South. How long has he been doing that?
01-25-2003 02:38 PM
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LCA, I believe the TV schedule is on the SoCon official website and maybe the goasu.com site.
01-25-2003 07:15 PM
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