BETHANY — For the third straight season, the Bethany College football team entered the offseason with victories in its final two contests.
Unfortunately, though, the Bison dropped their first eight games before wins over Grove City and Saint Vincent in the final two weeks.
The Bison are ...
By JOE REEDY
Washington’s Jake Browning is hoping to repeat what Baker Mayfield did last year.
Mayfield was a Heisman Trophy longshot in the preseason, but ended up winning the award while leading Oklahoma to the College Football Playoff for the second time in three ...
By PAT GRAHAM
AP Sports Writer
DENVER — Boise State could very well make this a memorable 20th season for the Mountain West Conference.
Extremely memorable, perhaps. Because if things go just right and break just so, the Broncos may be in the conversation for the College Football ...
By RALPH COX
WEIRTON — With a wealth of experience, some outstanding underclassmen and three top transfers, Weir could be in for a very exciting 2018 campaign.
Veteran Red Riders coach Tony Filberto already has a strong group returning from the 7-4 playoff season of a year ago, and it ...
By BUBBA KAPRAL
WINTERSVILLE — Finishing.
That is the focus for Indian Creek this fall. The Redskins ended 2017 with a deceptive 6-4 mark.
Three of those losses were by six points or less while a fourth setback saw the outcome still up for grabs in the fourth quarter.
With that being ...
By CODY TOMER
HUNDRED — Hundred’s 2017 season was a tough one to bear.
As flood waters washed through the town, the field, locker rooms and jerseys were left in ruin, helping to lead to an 0-10 record that was hard to avoid under the circumstances.
Now it’s a new year and Hundred is ...
By SHAWN RINE
CAMERON — Cameron coach Scott Holt has looked backed on the past two seasons just briefly enough to realize it’s been a heckuva run. An undefeated regular season and the first two home playoff games in the history of Dragon Stadium.
The thing is, he contends, other than ...
By BUBBA KAPRAL
BEALLSVILLE — Stability.
It is an important ingredient to success that has been missing for a few seasons at Beallsville. Such is no longer the case.
Larry Deem has steadied the once shaky program and has it trending upward. While 17 players may not seem like an ...