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Four reasons Dayton beat St. Bonaventure: Davis, Landers among stars

The Flyers moved past the Duquesne loss: Grant paused for a second when asked in the postgame press conference what happened between Saturday and Wednesday to make this victory possible.

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Jared Goff hadn't even been in the NFL for a full year when he stood at a podium in the Coliseum and took responsibility for the latest in the Rams' long line of miserable seasons.

College football, that kooky, coast-to-coast concoction, relies heavily on its occasional cross-regional, cross-cultural, nonconference matchups, and the way they foment all the arguments, envies, resentments, contempts, immodesties and other invaluable bad vibes.

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  • Dayton throws early wrench into A-10 by upsetting Saint BonaventureMid-Major Madness
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  • College hoops: Flyers end longest Bona streak since '70-71Buffalo News
  • Bonnies' Streak Ends At DaytonJamestown Post Journal
  • Davis scores 28 points; Dayton beats St. Bonaventure 82-72Caledonian Record

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