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  • No. 5 CCU escapes with another wild win at Furman

    The No. 5-ranked Coastal Carolina football team held off a later Furman comeback for a 38-35 win Saturday night at Paladin Stadium in Greenville. Chanticleers coach Joe Moglia and players react to the win.

No. 5 CCU escapes with another wild win at Furman

The No. 5-ranked Coastal Carolina football team held off a later Furman comeback for a 38-35 win Saturday night at Paladin Stadium in Greenville. Chanticleers coach Joe Moglia and players react to the win.
Ryan Young ryoung@thesunnews.com