Stony Brook, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Stony Brook’s home game against Bryant on
Labor Day weekend has been moved to Thursday, Aug. 28.
The game was originally was scheduled for Aug. 30. It will be the first
Thursday game in Stony Brook’s history.
“I’m looking forward to playing on Thursday night,” Stony Brook coach Chuck
Priore said. “A number of schools have started their seasons on a Thursday
night. This gives our team an opportunity to play in front of our passionate
student body and fans the opportunity to get an exciting head start to the
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Stony Brook, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Stony Brook will open the 2015 season
with a game at Toledo.
The matchup will be played on Thursday, Sept. 3 at the Glass Bowl.
“We’re excited for the opportunity to play at Toledo, a school that has great
tradition and a passionate fan base,” Stony Brook coach Chuck Priore said. “Our
players will look forward to playing at the Glass Bowl.”
Stony Brook is 0-2 against the MAC, including last season’s five-overtime loss
at Buffalo. Toledo is 13-5 against current CAA teams.
Lexington, KY (SportsNetwork.com) – Kentucky coach Mark Stoops announced
Wednesday that quarterback Jalen Whitlow will transfer.
“We respect Jalen and his decision as we want the best for him,” Stoops said.
“I thank Jalen for his contributions to the team during his time at Kentucky.
I want everyone to understand how hard he has worked and the effort he has
given since our staff has been here.”
In 2013, Whitlow started eight games. He completed 98-of-159 passes for 1,033
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Lake Charles, LA (SportsNetwork.com) – McNeese State’s football team will open
its 2015 season with a game at LSU, the two schools announced on Wednesday.
The Cowboys will make their second-ever visit to Tiger Stadium on Sept. 5,
LSU won the first meeting, 32-10 before 92,576 on Oct. 16, 2010.
“We are excited to open the 2015 season at LSU,” McNeese coach Matt Viator
said. “To play one of the best programs in the country, in one of the premier
venues, is a great opportunity for our program.”
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Orlando, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – The Cure Bowl will be added to the college
football postseason line-up, starting in December 2015.
The Orlando Sports Foundation announced the new contest on Wednesday. It will
match teams from the Sun Belt Conference and American Athletic Conference.
Charitable contributions are always part of bowl game revenues, but the new
game will help to raise money for breast cancer research.
“The Orlando Sports Foundation is excited about the opportunity to provide the
student-athletes of the American Athletic Conference and the continue