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Old 03-01-2018, 04:15 PM
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Based on what is returning, particularly on offense, I can see a much better season in 2018. There are some big holes to fill on the defensive side but there is enough talent returning to have a typically solid defense.

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A short spring preview of SEMO:

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

HEAD COACH: Tom Matukewicz (15-30, four seasons; 16-30 overall)

2017 RECORDS: 3-8, 3-5 OVC (Tie/5th)

SPRING PRACTICES: March 19-April 14

WHAT TO KNOW: Matukewicz is still seeking a breakout season as he enters his fifth one in Cape Girardeau. Last year's team suffered five losses by a combined 17 points, so that provides hope for an improved record. But the Redhawks only return nine starters (five on offense and four on defense). This spring, they're replacing two-year quarterback Jesse Hosket, though the run game boasts three returning starters on the offensive line and first-team All-OVC running back in Marquis Terry. While the defense will have a lot of new faces, inside linebacker Zach Hall is a welcome returnee coming off a big junior season. Opponents blocked eight kicks in 2017, so it's a point of emphasis.
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Old 03-13-2018, 11:08 AM
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Spring preview of Duquesne:

DUQUESNE

HEAD COACH: Jerry Schmitt (83-58, 13 seasons; 111-79 overall)

2017 RECORDS: 7-4, 4-2 NEC (Tie/2nd)

SPRING PRACTICES: Feb. 14-March 24

WHAT TO KNOW: The 7-4 record last year doesn't reflect the entire story because the Dukes melted down after winning seven of their first eight games. Their early spring practices have given them a look at their five FBS transfers, including former Florida Atlantic quarterback Daniel Parr. Whoever succeeds last year's QB, NEC offensive player of the year Tommy Stuart, will have terrific playmakers in running back A.J. Hines and wide receiver Nehari Crawford. The experience on the offensive line also makes the Dukes formidable. Like the offense, the defense returns six starters. The secondary is particularly strong with Abner Roberts, Jonathant Istache and Brandon Stanback.
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Spring preview of Robert Morris:

ROBERT MORRIS

HEAD COACH: Bernard Clark (first season)

2017 RECORDS: 2-9, 0-6 NEC (7th)

SPRING PRACTICES: March 13-April 14

WHAT TO KNOW: The defense has led the way in recent seasons, and it will be re-enforced by the Colonials' new coach Clark, the former defensive coordinator at Albany. Although the defense switches schemes under new coordinator Dave Plungas, their six returning linemen are the strength of the unit. For a change, quarterback will be a strength as well, as starter Jimmy Walker is back and LSU transfer Caleb Lewis has joined the program. Plus, there are plenty of wide receivers, led by Tim Vecchio. The Colonials were a mere 7 of 17 on field goals last season, so the new coaching staff is addressing that issue.
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