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  • Sacramento State football: Three keys to the season

    As Sacramento State's football team prepares for Saturday night's season opener against Western Oregon, head coach Jody Sears gives his three keys how the Hornets can be successful. While Sac State is confident it has a better team than last year's squad that went 2-9 overall, the Hornets are once again picked to finish near the bottom of the Big Sky Conference standings.

As Sacramento State's football team prepares for Saturday night's season opener against Western Oregon, head coach Jody Sears gives his three keys how the Hornets can be successful. While Sac State is confident it has a better team than last year's squad that went 2-9 overall, the Hornets are once again picked to finish near the bottom of the Big Sky Conference standings. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee
As Sacramento State's football team prepares for Saturday night's season opener against Western Oregon, head coach Jody Sears gives his three keys how the Hornets can be successful. While Sac State is confident it has a better team than last year's squad that went 2-9 overall, the Hornets are once again picked to finish near the bottom of the Big Sky Conference standings. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee

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