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Towson football excited for turnaround campaign

While Towson needs to replace many starters, head coach Rob Ambrose sees them as one of the deepest teams he’s had and with a perfect mindset to win.

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Towson and Morgan excited for renewed rivalry

After six years of not playing, the Towson Tigers and Morgan State Bears will renew their football rivalry in the Battle for Greater Baltimore.

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Austin Tennessee signs UDFA deal with Vikings

Stevenson safety Austin Tennessee has signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings, two Terps also get early post-draft deals.

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Towson football signs largest class in history

The Towson football team announced their largest signing class in program history, getting letter’s on intents from 28 players, including six who have enrolled early.

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Johnson promoted to be Tigers D. Coordinator

Running backs coach Lyndon Johnson has been promoted by Rob Ambrose to become the team’s new defensive coordinator.

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O’Neill’s 55-yard FG puts Tigers over Rams

Freshman kicker Aiden O’Neill booted in a 55-yard FGl as time expired to lift Towson to a 32-31 combeack win at RIU, ending their season with three-straight victories.

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Tigers run over Pride for Senior Day win

Towson rushed for 274 yards against William & Mary, helping them come back and pull away in the second half for a 34-24 victory on Senior Day.

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Tigers finally win again in Mahalak’s return

Towson dropped six-straight games since losing Morgan Mahalak to an injury in the second week of the season, but upon his return the Tigers got a 23-6 win over Elon.

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Turnovers once again doom Tigers

Towson threw four interceptions and never got out of the blocks against Delaware in a 20-6 loss, dropping their sixth-straight game.

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Tigers can’t overcome turnovers in loss to UNH

Outside of a school-record tying 100-yard kickoff return by Shane Simpson (pictured) Towson had very little offensive success as they fell to New Hampshire, 21-7.

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