The football season for South Carolina State should get rolling forward Saturday when the Bulldogs welcome Johnson C. Smith to Oliver C. Dawson Stadium for the home opener.Not only will it be the first time S.C. State has played since a 14-8 loss in the season opener at Southern in the MEAC/SWAC Challenge on Sept. 3, it will be the first time the 0-2 Golden Bulls have played outside of Charlotte this season.That's right, the Bulldogs haven't played a home game and the Golden Bulls haven't...
The Kansas City Chiefs headed to Seattle to take on the Seahawks for their toughest test of the preseason. Their first preseason game against the 49ers was the easiest test and they have continued to build since. The Chiefs will play their starters for the first half and maybe some of the third quarter. Alex Smith should come out to start the second half according to coach Reid. Alex hasn’t gotten the playing time this preseason that Reid has expected to this point.
The Kansas City Chiefs again practiced back at Arrowhead on Tuesday. Parker Ehinger again was back at practice and was running and warming up with teammates. It sounds like it’s possible he returns to the team but won’t necessarily be playing very quickly. There are questions whether or not he’ll be ready to go week 1. It’s smart for Kansas City not to rush him back to the lineup or the game in general. They need him to stay healthy for the whole year not get injured trying to come back too soon.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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