Quincy University football

The Daily DOB — Sept. 18

September 18, 2015 0 Comments
The Daily DOB — Sept. 18

Quincy University on Saturday will unveil a new-look football side to QU Stadium. Over the past year, the school has done $4 million in renovations to the east side of the complex near 20th and Sycamore on the city’s north side. Although I haven’t had the opportunity to step inside the walls and see the […]

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Handicapping the field

December 8, 2011 0 Comments
Handicapping the field

The four candidates for the Quincy University football job have all made their way through town. If everything goes according to Marty Bell’s plan, the program should have a coach next week. As part of each candidate’s trip, they spent time with area media. I was able to meet all four candidates — the only […]

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Who’s next at QU? Part Deux

December 1, 2011 0 Comments
Who’s next at QU? Part Deux

                      Just a few hours after I posted my speculation on who some candidates for the QU coaching post would be, I was able to find out the final four. Here’s a link to my story in Thursday’s Whig on who the finalists are. An […]

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Who’s next at QU?

November 30, 2011 0 Comments
Who’s next at QU?

One of the things that every newspaper does when there is a job opening is speculate on who the next coach is going to be. That’s much easier to do at the major college level than it at a small Division II school like Quincy University. Knowing Quincy University Athletic Director Marty Bell and what […]

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Tracking Terlisner

November 2, 2011 0 Comments
Tracking Terlisner

Since there seems to be a tad bit of interest in the Bill Terlisner story, I thought I’d put up a one-stop shop for links to all of the coverage. My initial story generated a ton of traffic and is the most-read story at whig.com this week. You people love your crime and punishment, but […]

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Getting to Know — QU’s Cory Connolly

October 8, 2011 0 Comments

This week, I had a chat with Quincy University sophomore defensive end Cory Connolly for the latest edition of “Getting to Know.” We talked about the difference in playing at Flinn Stadium as opposed to QU-Stadium; who Connolly roots for in the NFL; what the transition was like from living in Aurora to living in […]

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QU Review — QU 55, Concordia (Mich.) 7

September 17, 2011 0 Comments
QU Review — QU 55, Concordia (Mich.) 7

The Hawks made it a happy first homecoming at Flinn Stadium on a overcast Saturday afternoon by drilling the first-year Cardinal program. Here’s a look at Saturday’s stars: 1. Jarrod Sargent The true freshman from Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin made the most of his first college start. He was on the receiving end of two touchdown […]

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QU Review — QU 14, Iowa Wesleyan 12

September 4, 2011 0 Comments
QU Review — QU 14, Iowa Wesleyan 12

After going the entire 2010 season without a win, the Hawks took care of their losing streak by breaking in Flinn Stadium with a win on Saturday night. Here’s a look at QU’s stars: 1. Justin Dickens After making seven TD catches as a freshman last year, everyone knew he could play. He elevated his […]

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Hawks get first GLVC schedules

February 11, 2011 0 Comments

The Quincy University football team found out who it will play during its first two years of Great Lakes Valley Conference football action, starting in 2012. The Hawks’ first-ever GLVC game will be a Sept. 15, 2012 contest against the University of Indianapolis at QU-Stadium. The Greyhounds are currently associate members of the Great Lakes […]

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QU Review — McKendree 50, QU 21

October 30, 2010 0 Comments
QU Review — McKendree 50, QU 21

The Hawks fell to 0-9 despite getting off to a great start on Saturday at QU-Stadium. Here’s a look at Saturday’s stars: 1. Austin Fisher In the Bearcats’ wing-T scheme, the quarterback is usually no more than a caretaker. Fisher showed why Carl Poekler mixes in the spread. He completed 10 of 15 passes for […]

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