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Happy birthday, Devvon Gage!

Sack in progress

@SOURaiders @SOU_Football @DevvonGage

Happy birthday, Masi Tunoa!

Happy birthday Masi Tunoa

Masi Tunoa

@SOURaiders @SOU_Football @tunoamasi

2019 Prom Dress Rugby

Prom Dress Rugby

@SOU_StudentLife #sou #rugby #promdress @SOregonSports @SOLiveEvents @whattodoinsoore

Happening tomorrow (5/25/19) on the Iowa Street rugby field at 1 p.m.

Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

Today’s photo comes from almost four years ago and about two hours east of Ashland.

Flashback Friday

High Desert

Flashback to the summer of 2015 today. That was the last summer I was in Southern Oregon in July. This photo was taken near Beatty, Oregon.

Happy birthday, Kevin Blueford!

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Kevin Blueford

@SOURaiders @SOU_Football

Woman Crush Wednesday

Prom Dress Rugby

@SOUWomensRugby #rugby #prom

We’re going to go with Webster’s 1st definition of “crush” today.

Happy birthday, Marcus Montano!

Marcus Montano

@SOURaiders @SOU_Football @bangout_marcuss @k_law21 ‏

Happy birthday, Cheyenne Bricker!

Twinkle in her eyes

@SOURaiders @SOU_Softball @brickhouse_1

Raiders at home against Dickinson State this Saturday

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Isiah Carter

@SOURaiders @SOU_Football @CarterTheGr8_ @NAIA @FConference @BlueHawkFB #withmytamron

The 10-0 Southern Oregon University football team will look to go 11-0 this coming Saturday in Ashland against 9-1 DSU. Massey has the Raiders as 18-point favorites.

If the Raiders win and USF, Reinhardt, Morningside, or Lindsey Wilson should lose then SOU will get another home playoff game on November 25. Lindsey Wilson is the team most likely to lose. Massey has Lindsey Wilson as 5-point favorites over Southeastern FL.

More items of note, Massey has three Frontier Conference teams in the final 16. The coaches have only SOU, despite (or maybe because of???) the Frontier Conference’s history of winning road playoff games. The Frontier Conference gets two votes in the coaches’ poll. The Mid-South Conference gets five votes. So it isn’t surprising that four Mid-South Conference teams are going to the playoffs, and two are ranked in the top four, even though the conference hasn’t produced a national champion in the past 15 years (Frontier Conference teams have won seven national champions in the last 15 years).

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