EKU Takes Down Rival Morehead State

Reported by: Keenan Singleton
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Updated: 9/22/2013 7:28 pm
EKU last visit to Morehead State's Jayne stadium came back in 1986. In fact, the two team's have played each other just twice over the last 18 years. But you can throw all historical footnotes when it comes to a rivalry.

Colonels - ready to claim Morehead's home as its own.

Big big game for EKU running back JJ Jude. Not sure which number is more impressive - 33 rushing attempts, 195 rushing yards and 4 trips to the endzone.

Eagles - struggling through the early portion of their schedule. 0-3 heading in the game. Down just 21-14 at the half.

But the colonels, too much for morehead. Claim bragging rights for the foreseeable future.

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