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The Word on the Herd -- Nov. 29, 2016
The senior Marshall men's basketball player is on pace to make and attempt the most 3-pointers in program history.
Marshall’s football season came to an end Saturday night in a 60-6 loss to WKU in front of 17,397 at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
Marshall football senior made the move from Division II to FBS and turned into a special teams star.
The all-conference offensive lineman concludes six-year career with the Thundering Herd football program on Saturday against WKU.
Marshall has rushed for 200 yards and held opponents to fewer than 300 yards in the same game 11 times since Doc Holliday took over as head coach before the 2010 season. The Herd is 11-0 in those games.
Seniors Kiana Evans and Talequia Hamilton posted career highs in scoring in Marshall's most recent, but the women's basketball coach Matt Daniel sees room for improvement.
The Thundering Herd program has evolved from afterthought to contender in four seasons under coach Bill Tramel.
The all-around performance by the Marshall football team in a convincing 42-17 rout of Middle Tennessee on Saturday night at Joan C. Edwards Stadium made it seem like the home team had 86 players against the visitors’ 11.
Marshall enters Thursday's regular season home finale tied for second place with a revamped offense that highlights the team's two setters and depth of hitters.
Senior offensive lineman is out for the season following surgery, but is still finding ways to help Marshall while waiting to pursue professional football dream.