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HUNTINGTON - For months now, Ashland running back Quinton Baker has been courting offers from numerous FBS teams and taking visits to camps and colleges in an effort to find the best fit for him.
Even Chris Massey might disown the Massey Ratings.
Who could blame him?
The former Marshall University football star wouldn't have enjoyed a 10-year NFL career without a firm belief in overcoming the odds and a real sense of accountability.
One glaring question since the end of Old Dominion University's season.
Pardon me for asking. ...
n Isn't soccer gaining a real, ahem, foothold in the Huntington area?
It certainly feels like it.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University single game football tickets go on sale at noon Sunday through HerdZone.com to all season ticket holders and Big Green Scholarship Foundation members at a discount price.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University football coaches are making headway in Hilton Head Island, but certainly not for vacation purposes.
The Herald-DispatchHUNTINGTON - Rakeem Cato wasn't available and two other Montreal Alouettes' quarterbacks were injured Thursday night in a Canadian Football League season-opening loss to the Ottawa Redblacks.Ottawa won at Montreal, 20-16, in a game that was televised on ESPN2.Montreal starting quarterback Jonathan Crompton and backup Dan Lefevour both left the game because of injuries. Their immediate status was unknown, according to a report on the CFL website.Fourth-round draft pick Brandon Bridge finished the game.Cato, a CFL rookie from Marshall University who signed with the team before the season, was on the one-game injured list. League by-laws say the one-game injured list is where players can be placed and not count against the active roster or reserve list.The Alouettes play at home again July 3 against defending Grey Cup champion Calgary. ||. 0626_cato ||. The Herald-DispatchHUNTINGTON - Rakeem Cato wasn't
The teams have only met once since Marshall moved to FBS football in 1997.
HUNTINGTON - Rakeem Cato's professional football career begins Thursday in the Canadian Football League, but he won't be playing.