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Former FCS dynasty Georgia Southern dominated by FCS New Hampshire in Birmingham

A few years after moving up to FBS, the Eagles have regressed. Things are not going well in Tyson Summer’s Year 2 as Georgia Southerns head coach, to say the least. The Eagles are 0-2, with a 22-12 loss to FCS New Hampshire in Birmingham, Ala., in a game that was originally supposed to be played at home but was moved due to Hurricane Irma. Heading into the game, the former six-time FCS national champ Eagles were listed as a 7.
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