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Intramural flag football has returned to VSU

Registration has begun for the 2021 intramural flag football season at VSU. Players need to have their teams registered before registration ends on Thursday, Jan. 21 at 11:59 p.m. Although COVID-19 is still present and doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon, the Competitive Sports staff at the Rec Center is planning to move forward with the return of ...

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Flag football takes home second title in as many years

Written by Tiarra Bell, Staff Writer Winning a national championship is hard, but winning back-to-back national championships is historic; yet, the Nikes pulled it off with a cool demeanor. The Valdosta State University Nikes won the 2015-2016 National Intramural Recreational Sports Association Men’s National Flag Football Championship for the second year in a row. The Nikes and P-Rex traveled to ...

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Flag football team goes to nationals

By Chris Kessler Don’t let their name fool you, this team is no joke. Moose Attack, a coed flag football team at VSU, has a staggering list of accomplishments that would make other teams green with envy. In their two seasons, they’ve been VSU intramural runner-up, state runner-up, VSU intramural champions and state champions. Along with all that, they recently ...

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Flag football update

VSU’s Intramural Flag Football League has ended Nov.22 as multiple teams go home as champions. The championships were determined through winning playoff brackets.  The playoffs were single elimination, and the team who went undefeated would eventually win the title as best flag football team in the league. The females in the league showed their strength as the sorority, Kappa Delta, ...

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Flag football continues

VSU’s Intramural Flag Football League turns a rough sport into a great competitive scene promoting exercise and health. Flag football is very different from American football. The ability to tackle is completely nullified, which penalizes anyone that attempts to use physical contact. The goals are similar except instead of tackling, a player must grab a flag on the opposing player’s ...

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