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AU Eagles Look To Get Back On Track

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/18/2013

The Ashland University Eagles will try to get back on track Saturday in Canton, Ohio as they take on the Walsh Cavaliers. Both teams are 2-4 and 2-3 in the GLIAC. Walsh is coming off their second win of the season a 38-28 win over rival Malone. AU is coming off a 31-19 loss to undefeated Ohio Dominican at Jack Miller Stadium-Fred Martinelli Field. Despite outgaining ODU the Eagles gave up three big plays to the Panthers a week ago. Maybe the biggest being a 95 yard kickoff return for a touchdown right after AU had scored to close the gap to 17-12 in the thrd quarter. Head coach Lee Owens, says although his team played well at times, close does not count. Now the goal is to win their final four games beginning with Walsh. After the Cavaliers, the Eagles will play at home to Malone next Saturday, then head to Findlay the following week before closing the season at Ashland against Tiffin University.

   
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