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Coach's Corner: Mavs looking to improve after 0-3 start (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/11/16) - Marshall head football coach Clint Harper sat down with the Marshall News Messenger following the Mavs' 34-14 loss to the Ouachita Parish Lions and what he expects from the Mavs in the near future. [read more]

Lions claw Mavs, 34-14 (Marshall News Messenger)
MONROE, La. (9/9/16) - Marshall head football coach Clint Harper knew his Mavericks had their work cut out for them against the Ouachita Friday night on the road, and he was right as Marshall fell to the Lions in a 34-14 final. The loss gives the Mavs an overall record of 0-3 as the Lions advance to 2-0. [read more]


D-line learning to 'trust the process' (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/9/16) - If you're around the Marshall Mavericks clubhouse, you might hear the words, 'Trust the process.' That might explain why the coaching staff scheduled tough opponents for non-district." [read more]


Mavs look to get two-punch running game going (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/8/16) - When the Marshall Mavericks step on the field to take on Ouachita Parish on Friday night, they'll have their work cut out for them against what Marshall head coach Clint Harper calls a "very athletic defense." [read more]


Mavs' defense hopes to contain D-1 quarterback (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/7/16) - Marshall head football coach Clint Harper is more than aware that he and his Mavericks will have their work cut out for them as they prepare for Ouachita Parish this weekend. The Lions are led by senior quarterback Devion Warren, who has committed to play college ball at the University of Arkansas. [read more]


Coach's Corner: Harper breaks down loss to Lobos (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/4/16) -Following Friday night's loss to the Longview Lobos, Marshall head football coach Clint Harper sat down with the Marshall News Messenger to discuss the 106th meeting between the two schools and what's ahead for the Mavericks. [read more]


Mavs fall to Lobos (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/2/16) -Friday night was not a pretty scene for the Marshall Mavericks, who hoped to beat the Longview Lobos for the second straight year when the two schools met on the gridiron for the 106th time. [read more]


Offensive line hopes to pave way to victory over Longview (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (9/2/16) - Right before Marshall takes the field with Longview for the 106th meeting between the two schools, some of the Mavericks will likely be getting pumped up for what many consider the biggest rivalry in Texas. [read more]


Coach's Corner: Harper praises Mavs' kicking game (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/28/16) - Marshall head football coach Clint Harper sat down with the Marshall News Messenger to discuss the Mavs' 34-7 loss to the Tyler Lee Red Raiders. [read more]


Red Raiders corral Mavs in opener (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/26/16) - Lightning delayed the start of the season by 30 minutes for the Marshall Mavericks, who opened up with a 34-7 loss to the Tyler Lee Red Raiders on Friday at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. [read more]


Mavs loaded at running back (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/26/16) - This past offseason, rumors spread that Marshall's Cam Haller wouldn't be returning to the Mavs' football team for his senior year. Those rumors turned out to be just that, and now he and his other running backs hope to make a splash in 2016. [read more]


Marshall Mavs look to defensive line to minimize big plays (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/24/16) - Marshall's 2015 football season came to a close after suffering a 56-7 loss to Frisco Lone Star. According to Marshall head football coach Clint Harper, the Mavericks will begin the 2016 season against a very similar opponent in the Tyler Lee Red Raiders. [read more]


Mavs welcome Carthage for scrimmage (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/19/16) - High School football season will kick off in a week and the Marshall Mavericks will prepare for the opener tonight when they host the Carthage Bulldogs in a scrimmage at Maverick Stadium. Marshall head coach Clint Harper said his focus will be figuring things out for his home team. [read more]


Marshall's Bird confident in young receiving squad (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/18/16) - In 2007, Jason Bird caught 153 receptions to set a Texas record that still stands today. As a wide receiver for Lake Travis, he helped lead the Cavaliers to a state championship. Nine years later, he's using his knowledge of the wide receiver position to coach the Marshall Mavericks' young receiving squad. [read more]


Herrington ready to take charge as Mavs' quarterback (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/17/16) - After a long wait, Hunter Herrington will finally line up under center for Marshall's varsity football team. The junior quarterback will take over for the Mavericks after being hurt in 2015. "I'm more than ready," Herrington said. "I've been waiting for this for a long time." [read more]


Mavs come out of first week of practice, scrimmage healthy (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/14/16) - Marshall's freshmen, JV and varsity football teams capped off the school's first full week of football practice with a team scrimmage Saturday morning, and head coach Clint Harper said the his Mavericks came out healthy. [read more]


Marshall coach Harper pleased with workouts (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/10/16) - With the first two days of football practice in the books, Marshall athletic director and head football coach Clint Harper said he's pleased with the turnout. [read more]


Marshall Mavericks kick off practices for fall football (Marshall News Messenger)
MARSHALL (8/7/16) -Monday evening will be the start of fall football practice for the Marshall Mavericks. This will be head coach Clint Harper's first year to coach the Mavericks without quarterback Justin Hart, who graduated after last season. "That will be difficult for me going into a fall practice and not see Justin out there and working in a new quarterback, Hunter (Herrington) and getting him ready to be the practice," Harper said. [read more]

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