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Crimson Hawks begin to lay foundation for summer

It was back in November when Indiana University of Pennsylvania head football coach Curt Cignetti sat in his office surrounded by students and reporters alike. The young Crimson Hawks had

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IUP football adds 19 new-comers

National Signing Day is one of the days the college football calendar revolves around. It allows programs to either rebuild or restock on fresh talent, whether in the form of

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A non-football fan’s guide to surviving Super Bowl Sunday

The day has finally come. You finally get to watch Katy Perry perform live. But, there’s a catch; you have to watch millionaires play with an inflated pig’s bladder for

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Packers, Cards are for real in playoff picture

If you can take one thing from the NFL, it’s that nothing is predictable. You might be trying to predict the next Super Bowl winner – or even the winner

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Second-half woes doom IUP in season-ending loss

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania Crimson Hawks (6-5) lost what could only be called a tough game to the West Chester Golden Rams (10-1) 28-17 Saturday afternoon at George P.

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Steelers Stock: 11/14/2014

Will the real Pittsburgh Steelers please step forward? The Steelers had everything set up nicely for them to head into their bye week at 8-3 if they could defeat the

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Stockett gets the nod in IUP football’s season finale

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania Crimson Hawks (6-4) will come home for the final game of the 2014 season against the No. 17 West Chester University Golden Rams (9-1). It

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IUP edged by Gannon, 31-21

The Crimson Hawks did what they could to stand up against one of the most productive offenses in Division II football Saturday. They just couldn’t do enough. On a day

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IUP looks to continue November dominance vs. Gannon

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania Crimson Hawks (6-3) will put their perfect 10-0 November record – under Curt Cignetti – on the line as they travel to Erie to face

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IUP tops Clarion with ground-and-pound strategy

The Crimson Hawks have developed a particular blueprint for success over the last number of years under head coach Curt Cignetti. It is pretty simple:  Run the football, play hard-nosed