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Troy’s Silvers makes Senior Bowl appearance

Wesley Kirchharr Staff Writer Troy’s four-year starting quarterback Brandon Silvers just wrapped up the final Saturday of his college career by walking away with promising draft potential after the Reese’s Senior Bowl. Silvers’ accepting of the bowl game’s invite marks the second straight year a Trojan has been featured in the game. Last year, offensive lineman Read More

Troy preps for #NSD18

Scott Watkins Staff Writer National Signing Day is fast approaching, and the Troy coaching staff is gearing up to infuse the football team with fresh talent. Coming off a record-setting 2017 season, the Trojans are looking to keep the momentum rolling by signing a strong 2018 class on Wednesday. The class is currently the top-ranked recruiting Read More

Neal Brown promotes two current coaches, hires former Trojan to coach running backs

Michael Shipma Sports Editor The recent flurry of offseason coaching changes for the Troy football team continued this week with Head Coach Neal Brown announcing a trio of updates to the Trojans’ coaching roster. The first announcement came Thursday when Brown announced that current coaches Matt Moore and Sean Reagan were receiving promotions in addition to Read More

Sumlin takes Arizona job, Brown to stay in Troy for now

Daniel Hunt Staff Writer The Arizona football program has reached an agreement with former Texas A&M Head Coach Kevin Sumlin on a five-year, $14.5 million deal, effectively ending any chance of Neal Brown leaving his head coaching position at Troy to take that job. Last week, and numerous other sources reported that Brown had interviewed Read More

Faulkner names former Troy coach Shayne Wasden as head coach

Michael Shipma Sports Editor Shayne Wasden, Troy’s former associate head coach of the football team, has been hired as the new head coach at Faulkner University in Montgomery, the university announced Wednesday. The hire will become effective Friday, when he will take over an Eagles program that finished the 2017-2018 season with a 7-3 overall record Read More