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Nate's Greatest Calls

In August of 2003, just before the season began, the Georgia Southern Athletic Site posted 15 of Nate's Greatest Calls. Click here to download a zipped file of all the clips together.

In conjunction with the opening of preseason practice, the Georgia Southern Athletic Media Relations Department and the "Voice of the Eagles", Nate Hirsch have teamed to provide a daily audio "history" of Georgia Southern football. For the next 15 weekdays, fans can download one new clip a day celebrating a huge play or moment in GSU football.

• Day 1: August 7, 2003
Georgia Southern runs out the clock at Nevada-Reno to win this 1986 NCAA semifinal game 48-38 and earn a second consecutive trip to the national title game.

• Day 2: August 8, 2003
Tracy Ham connects with Ricky Harris for a 79-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter of the 1986 NCAA National Championship game against Arkansas State.

• Day 3: August 11, 2003
Countdown the final seconds of the game as Georgia Southern wraps up its second national title with a 48-21 win over Arkansas State in Tacoma, Wash.

• Day 4: August 12, 2003
Raymond Gross scampers 34 yards for a touchdown to give Georgia Southern a 6-0 lead in the 1989 National Championship game Stephen F. Austin at Paulson Stadium.

• Day 5: August 13, 2003
Kevin Whitley grabs Georgia Southern's fifth interception of the day to seal the 37-34 victory over Stephen F. Austin for the program's third national crown.

• Day 6: August 14, 2003
Counting down to national championship #3, this time at Paulson Stadium.

• Day 7: August 15, 2003
Joe Ross takes a Raymond Gross pitch for 14 yards into the endzone to open the Eagles' scoring with 11:34 left in the first quarter against Nevada-Reno in the '90 title game

• Day 8:: Auguust 18, 2003
Alex Mash scores the final points of Georgia Southern's 36-13 win over Nevada-Reno in the '90 title tilt.

• Day 9: August 19, 2003
Greg Hill scores on a 42-yard touchdown run to put the Eagles ahead 9-7 in the first quarter of the 1999 championship game against Youngstown State.

• Day 10: August 20, 2003
Adrian Peterson. The Run.

• Day 11: August 21, 2003
Anthony Williams breaks a 72-yard punt return for a touchdown just before halftime of the '99 championship game.

• Day 12: August 22, 2003
J. R. Revere opens the scoring with a 63-yard touchdown run in the 2000 playoff opener, a 42-17 win over McNeese State.

• Day 13: August 25, 2003
Adrian Peterson scores on a 57-yard touchdown run to give the Eagles the lead and an eventual 27-25 win over Montana for GSU's sixth national crown.

• Day 14: August 26, 2003
Chaz Williams scored 27 touchdowns in 2002 on his way to earning Southern Conference Offensive Player-of-the-Year honors.

• Day 15: August 27, 2003
Jermaine Austin scampers for a 31-yard touchdown to give the Eagles a 28-24 lead over Western Kentucky in the 2002 NCAA semifinals.

PrinterEagle's Bonus

Here are some extra clips not from the GSU site. All of these come from the 1999 Championship Season:

• Bonus #1
Chris Chambers kicks a 57 yard FG against Oregon State as halftime approaches.

• Bonus #2
Ryan Hadden Returns a 98 yard interception for TD against Chattanooga

• Bonus #3
Chris Chambers kicks a FG to win the game against Furman

• Bonus #4
Adrian Peterson runs over UMass!

• Bonus #5
Declaring Georgia Southern as National Champions for 1999!