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The past three years of Waynesburg football have been some of the most exciting in Yellow Jacket history: A 10-win season in 2012, three Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference bowl appearances, an 18-6 record in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play, a win over rival Washington & Jefferson last year and 46 combined All-PAC awards, which is tied with W&J for the most in the PAC during that stretch.

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As senior quarterback Carter Hill exited the field in the fourth quarter, the final horn blew on the scoreboard signaling a 59-36 win for Buffalo State in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Southwest Bowl Game Nov. 22. As head coach Rick Shepas gathered his players for one last postgame message on the turf at John F. Wiley Stadium, the offseason officially began for Waynesburg football.

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Waynesburg quarterback Carter Hill said it best when he tweeted “the talking is done” Saturday morning before his team took the field against Muskingum. It had been nearly 10 months, 278 days to be exact, since Waynesburg’s 19-12 debacle of a football game in a snowstorm against the College at Brockport – and the various story lines about this team – seemed to manifest all summer long.

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Waynesburg quarterback Carter Hill said it best when he tweeted “the talking is done” Saturday morning before his team took the field against Muskingum. It had been nearly 10 months, 278 days to be exact, since Waynesburg’s 19-12 debacle of a football game in a snowstorm against the College at Brockport – and the various story lines about this team – seemed to manifest all summer long.

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Unionization made America a destination for immigrants in the early 20th century. What the Knights of Labor began in the early 1880’s created the American Dream. People came to America for the chance to work for a decent wage. A wage they deserved. Much like workers in the Industrial Revolution, college football players begin their fight for a fair and decent wage.

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Since 1955, the Presidents’ Athletic Conference has been dedicated to promoting excellence in both academics and athletics. However, this past weekend saw the league elevate its level of accomplishment to a national level on multiple fronts and proved that the student-athletes of the 10-school conference are among the finest in the country.