CSU vs. VMI - Gameday CentralOctober 30, 2009
The Charleston Southern University Buccaneers hit the road Saturday when they travel to Lexington, Va., for a Big South clash with Virginia Military Institute. Kick-off is scheduled for 1:30 p.m at VMI's Foster Stadium.
Buccaneer fans can listen to the game on WJNI-FM 106.3 in the Charleston area, with pregame coverage beginning at 1:00 p.m. EST. Fans can also listen to the game free of charge around the world on Teamline, either on the internet or via telephone. Finally, Live Stats will be provided by the CSU Media Relations Department.
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CSU is 2-5 (0-2 Big South) after falling to No. 23 Liberty, 20-13. Antwan Ivey led the Bucs with 82 rushing yards on a career-high 20 carries, while Chris Kuzdale had a career-high 13 tackles.
Mistakes hurt Buccaneers in 20-13 loss to No. 23 Liberty
VMI is 2-5 (1-3 Big South) after a 31-20 victory over Presbyterian last week. Howard Abegesah rushed for 165 yards and three touchdowns, in the process earning Big South Offensive Player of the Week honors.
Ground Game Rolls as VMI Tops PC, 31-20
CSU Head Coach Jay Mills discusses the loss to Liberty and his team's preparation for VMI on the latest edition of Buccaneer Update, hosted by Rob Walden.
Neither team is ranked in this week's edition of the Sports Network Top-25 poll.
TSN Top-25 Poll
Media and fans who wish to learn more about the CSU vs. VMI match-up are free to download and print copies of pregame notes from both schools.
CSU Game Notes Central
Quick Notes on Saturday’s game:
* CSU and VMI have split their eight previous meetings
* The Bucs won last season's game, 31-21
* CSU kicker John Paglia had his made field goal streak snapped at seven last week vs. Liberty
* Mills (CSU Record: 36-38) became the school's all-time winningest coach with the victory over North Greenville on September 26
* CSU wide receiver Gerald Stevenson is the only player in the FCS to lead his team in both rushing yards and receiving yards
* Stevenson and VMI's Tim Maypray are the top two players in the Big South in all-purpose yards