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Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs’ Savior

Stephen Sehrbrock January 29, 2020

The Chiefs’ 50 year Super Bowl drought has come to an end. The Madden Curse seems to have lifted, yet we still have one game left to go. After what happened to the cover athlete from last year, Antonio...

Change is here for Southern’s football program

Mitch Carney February 25, 2019

Change has come to the Missouri Southern football program.After having a losing record since 2013, and most recently a season ending 1-10, the program is going a new direction with the hire Head Coach...

Way too early top five NFL power rankings

Kevin Jones February 25, 2019

High octane offense and high scoring games headlined the 2018 NFL season. This trend was evident in multiple games such as Rams vs. Chiefs, Patriots vs. Chiefs, and others.With many newcomers cracking...

Lions have high hopes to begin the season, despite injuries and many changes

Mitch Carney, Sports Writer October 22, 2018

The season is underway for the Missouri Southern State football team.  The Lions’ head coach Denver Johnson and his brand new coaching staff hope to improve on last years win-less season.The new coaching...

Lions trampled by Lopers in Kearney

Mitch Carney, sports writer September 7, 2018

The Lions hope to bounce back this week after a tough loss from Nebraska Kearney last week losing 45-0 in the season opener. “There is a much better football team in that locker room than what showed...

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Helmet rule: What’s the big deal?

Mitch Carney, sports writer September 7, 2018

The new helmet rule in the NFL has made some waves this pre-season and everybody has an opinion on it.  I personally don’t see why everyone is making such a big deal out of the new rule.  According...

Lions trampled in season opener

Mitch Carney / Sports Writer August 30, 2018

The Lions begin the season where they left it off last season losing 45-0.  The Lions traveled to Kearney, Nebraska to play the Lopers  on Thursday, Aug. 30  The Lions struggled to stop the Lopers...

Coach Daryl Daye to stay at Southern

Coach Daryl Daye staying at Southern

John Davidson, Campus News Editor February 21, 2014

It is now official that Daryl Daye, head football coach at Missouri Southern, will stay on as a Lion.Earlier in the week, Daye was interviewed for the  vacant special teams coach position at DI Louisiana...

Southern players celebrate with Coach Daryl Daye, giving him a Gatorade shower following the 35-21 victory over Pitt State on Nov. 16.

Southerns turn to celebrate

Ian Taylor, Sports Writer November 21, 2013

Last Saturday will live in infamy for the Pittsburg State Gorillas, but will be a shining beacon for the Missouri Southern (7-3, 5-3 MIAA) football family. It was the day the Lions secured a 35-21 victory...

GUEST COLUMN: Bigger than just a game

Nathan Mills November 21, 2013

Missouri Southern’s 35-21 win over hated rival Pittsburg State last weekend was one of the biggest wins in program history.Yes, a school that won a national football championship in 1972 can count on...

Lions Beat Pitt: Twenty years in the Making

Lions Beat Pitt: Twenty years in the Making

Ian Taylor, Sports Writer November 21, 2013

How long is 19 years? To some, it signifies a single chapter of a long life, but in the case of Missouri Southern football, 19 years was the absolute threshold of anguish, and to the Southern fans it was...

Football ends winning season 7-3 with victory over Pitt State

Staff Reports November 16, 2013

"Our kids turned tragedy into victory and no one can ever take that away from them," said Head Football Coach Daryl Daye, in an interview after the Lions 35-21 victory over Pitt State for the first time...

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