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Eucario Calderon

Sac State senior wide receiver Dewey Cotton, right, and freshman tight end Marshel Martin, left, celebrate after Cotton scored a touchdown against Northern Colorado on Saturday, Sept. 14, at Hornet Stadium. Cotton had a total of 14 yards receiving and one touchdown against the Bears.

Max Connor, Shaun Holkko, and Will Coburn

In this episode of The State Hornet Sports weekly podcast with sports editor Shaun Holkko, podcast editor Will Coburn and higher education reporter Max Connor talk about the implications of SB 206.

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