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first_img Drake Game Notes Story Links Live Stats DES MOINES, Iowa — The Drake University football team is coming off its bye week and hosts the Campbell Fighting Camels on Saturday at 1 p.m.Saturday’s contest will be the seventh all-time meeting between the Bulldogs and the Camels. Drake leads the all-time series, 5-1, with Campbell earning its first win over the Bulldogs last year. The Bulldogs enter Saturday’s game with a 3-4 record and are 2-2 in PFL play after losing to San Diego on Oct. 15. The Camels have lost their last two games and are coming off a tough overtime loss to Stetson, 30-24. Senior running back Conley Wilkins is one of the best in the PFL. He ranks second in the PFL with 968 all purpose yards and third with 586 yards rushing. Wilkins has found the end zone five times this season and has scored at least one touchdown in six of his last nine games, dating back to last season. For the second straight year, fifth-year senior Eric Saubert is leading the Bulldogs in receiving. This season, he has racked up 475 receiving yards on 41 receptions and five touchdowns. Last year, he caught 55 passes for 506 yards receiving and nine touchdowns. Defensively, fifth-year senior Taylor Coleman leads the Bulldogs and ranks fifth in PFL with 61 tackles. He recorded a season-high 16 tackles in Drake’s setback at Dayton on Oct. 1.Campbell has a pair of outstanding skilled players, running back DeShawn Jones and wide receiver Aaron Blockmon. Jones is one of two PFL running backs averaging more than 100 yards rushing per game and ranks second in the conference with nine touchdowns. Blockmon ranks fourth in the league with 79.0 receiving yards per game and third in scoring with 6.3 points per game. Campbell’s defense is one of the best in the league. The Camels lead the league in third-down conversion and rank fifth in the nation, holding teams to just a 27 percent conversion rate. Campbell also leads the PFL in pass defense and ranks sixth in the country allowing only 157.7 passing yards per game. Print Friendly Version Tickets Audio Live Video last_img read more


first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Three Greeks, whose combined wealth is in the vicinity of €6bn – have made it into this year’s Forbes list of the world’s richest people, which is topped once again by Microsoft’s Bill Gates after a four-year break.With a net worth of some $3.2bn mainly from banking and shipping, Spiros Latsis came in 506th place, down from the 412th position he held last year. The son of shipping tycoon John S. Latsis, the 67 year old has been managing the family fortune ever since his father passed away in 2003.The Latsis family holds a major share of Hellenic Petroleum, one of the country’s major oil refining companies, is behind the Athens Mall – which the country’s highest court said recently was built illegally – and is the only bidder in the sell-off of the old Athens airport at Elliniko.Following him, in joint 687th place and $2.5bn, is Aristotelis Mistakidis, the 52-year-old co-director of the Glencore International mining company and art collector Philip Niarchos, 60, the eldest son of shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos.According to Forbes, the ranks of the world’s billionaires have swelled to a record 1,645 including 268 newcomers. Source: enetenglishlast_img read more