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Mike Mayock “intrigued” by Ryan Delaire

NFL Network draft expert Mike Mayock said he is very “intrigued” by Towson pass rusher Ryan Delaire and is “anxious” to see him at the combine.

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Towson Delaire and Smith accept combine invites

With Ryan Delaire and Tye Smith, Towson is one of just three FCS programs with more than one player participating in this year’s NFL Scouting Combine.

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Towson football unveils 2015 schedule

Towson opens on the road against AAC program East Carolin but played five of their next seven games at home. They only have back-to-back road games one time.

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Towson football brings in great recruiting class

Former High School All-American quarterback Kevin Olsen will be transferring from Miami headlines a very strong 18-person recruiting class for football.

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Tye Smith playing in East-West Shrine game

Towson’s Tye Smith is one of just five FCS players names to the East roster. He’ll play in front of a national TV audience and 300 NFL scouts.

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Smith, Delaire named All-Americans

For a second-straight year, Towson has had two players recognized as AP FCS All-Americans as Tye Hill and Ryan Delaire (pictured) earn third-team honors.

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Darius Victor proves he can take over as lead running back

Nobody will replace Terrance West but Darius Victor, the 2013 CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year, showed great ability in that lead-back role in the team’s opening game against CCSU.

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Frazier scores three TDs but Tigers drop opener

Todd Frazier ran for two and threw another one but the 2013 FCS runner ups dropped their season opener to Central Connecticut State, 31-27.

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Towson snubbed from FCS playoffs

Less than 12 hours after blowing out New Hampshire the Towson Tigers saw the Wildcats get in the playoffs while they were left out.

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