SOU in the News – Oct. 7 – 10

SOU in the News
October 7-10, 2012
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Broadcast
Groups protest at SOU
KDRV Newswatch 12 October 9, 2012
http://www.kdrv.com/groups-protest-at-sou/
Online
Churchill Hall and the North Campus Village pave the way to a greener SOU
The Siskiyou October 10, 2012
http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2012/10/10/churchill-hall-and-north-campus-village-pave-the-way-for-a-greener-campus/
New student health care plan “breaks down the silos” at SOU
The Siskiyou October 10, 2012
http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2012/10/10/new-student-health-care-plan-breaks-down-the-silos/
SOU student government reps and OSPIRG are registering students to vote
The Siskiyou October 7, 2012
http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2012/10/07/assou-and-ospirg-spread-the-word-about-voting/
Senator Wyden will be on the SOU campus tomorrow to speak with nursing students
KAJO 1270 Grants Pass October 10, 2012
http://www.kajo.com/news/local/stories.php?subaction=showfull&id=1349892831&archive=&start_from=&ucat=2
Raiders
Raider QB Austin Dodge named national player of the week
Mail Tribune October 9, 2012
http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20121009/SPORTS/210090326/-1/SPORTS
Full version of print clips
SOU’s Dodge named national player of the week
October 09, 2012 2:00 AM
ASHLAND — After being named Frontier Conference offensive player of the week earlier in the day, Southern Oregon sophomore quarterback Austin Dodge added another honor to his list: national offensive player of the week.
The acclaim for Dodge came in the wake of the Southern Oregon’s 68-22 dismantling of then-No. 22 Eastern Oregon on Saturday at Raider Stadium.
Dodge led the Raiders to a 51-7 halftime lead over the Mountaineers on the strength of 468 passing yards and five touchdowns, completing 23 of 30 pass attempts in the opening 30 minutes.
With SOU holding a 44-point lead, Dodge took a seat on the sideline following halftime to settle for first-half numbers that would put most full-game numbers to shame.
His 468 passing yards gave him the fourth-highest single-game total in SOU history as he helped the SOU offense surpass 700 yards for the first time in team history.
Through five games this season, he boasts 1,922 yards of total offense and 1,860 passing yards and leads the NAIA in passing yards per game (372) and total offense per game (384.4).
He is also completing exactly two-thirds of his pass attempts (140-of-210), and his 17 touchdown throws this season are fifth most in SOU history.
Dodge becomes the ninth Southern Oregon player to be named NAIA player of the week and the first since kicker Corey O’Neill received the special teams honor on Oct. 10, 2008.
In addition to Dodge’s conference honor, linebacker Marquice O’Leary of the Raiders earned the defensive award.
O’Leary tallied seven total tackles and an interception in the Raiders’ win, SOU’s fourth straight over the Mountaineers and the second straight year the Raiders upset a ranked EOU team.
Southern Oregon picked up 18 points in this week’s NAIA national poll and sits one spot outside the Top 25.
The Raiders will look to build on their 3-2 record Saturday, when they visit Havre, Mont., for a conference showdown with Montana State-Northern.

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