Friday, September 4, 2009

Around The CatdomeO'sphere

Holy Smokes it's heating up as you can tell by all the links below as the ADvantage brings you our weekly news roundup/link dump. Some Linfield news this week and a lot of SOU news as the Raiders were one of the only teams in the country to play college football last week so they get their press. Be sure to watch the video on the loss of Nellie up at PLU. He was a fixture for the Lutes and well known throughout the NWC. A sad loss but PLU should be able to celebrate all of the great qualities Nellie brought to that program. I know PLU will miss him terribly.

The Oregonian ( Cats have tough road that could pay huge dividends. Former ‘Cats QB, Danny Langsdorf, listed as one of top “up and coming” coordinators In Division I (Towards bottom of list) Former Long Time Linfield assistant coach is back in Central Oregon after taking over Madras HS program

The Statesman Journal: Salem paper highlights Linfield and Willamette area players to watch. PLU Football loses a fixture. Our condolences. (Video): Loss of "Nellie" has been felt by many. Oaks committed to winning….but who isn’t?

Abilene ReporterNews: Players rally around Coach Keeling’s wife as she battles colorectal cancer. SOU flexes balanced offense and opportunistic defense in comeback over EOU.

Ashland Daily Tidings: Raiders are looking like a team to contend with

KDRV (Video): Raiders Rally over EOU

SOUraiders09 YouTube Page: SOU game highlights in comeback win over EOU

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