1. FCS College Football: Is Weber State in for a Turnaround Season in 2014?

    The past few seasons have not been kind to the Weber State Wildcats and their fans. In 2011, head coach Ron McBride announced that he would be retiring at the age of 72 after more than 50 years of Division I coaching experience...

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  2. Utah Valley University Basketball: Ugly Brawl Shouldn't Detract from Major Win

    Okay, let's go ahead and address the elephant in the room right up front in this article. Utah Valley University ( UVU ) made national headlines late this week for an unprecedented ...

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  3. Women's Hockey Olympics 2014: USA Wins, but Finland Goalie Steals Show

    In the first women's ice hockey game of the Olympics, USA beat Finland 3-1 . The game started off well for the U.S., as Hilary Knight picked up a Finland turnover and put the puck into the top left corner of the net less than a minute in...

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  4. National Signing Day 2014: Idaho Looks for Instant Help with 17 JUCO Commits

    The University of Idaho Vandals needed some help in this recruiting class. Their program has gone 2-22 over the last two seasons, and last year signed only one player who even had a recruiting ranking (2-star guard Nick Edenfield) ...

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  5. National Signing Day 2014: A Look at BYU's Recruiting Class

    Late Wednesday afternoon, BYU announced its completed 2014 recruiting class. The class consists of 17 high school recruits, two junior college recruits and one transfer player...

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  6. BYU Basketball Ends Losing Streak with Blowout Win over San Diego

    After an 8-3 start to the season in which all three losses came against ranked teams, BYU hit a bit of a rough patch...

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  7. North Dakota State Wins Third Straight FCS Championship, Cements Dynasty Status

    The North Dakota State Bison came into this year's FCS college football season as two-time defending national champions...

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  8. FCS National Championship Game: Previewing North Dakota State vs. Towson

    Before Auburn and Florida State face off in Pasadena on January 6 to determine the BCS national champion, the FCS level of college football will crown its champion...

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  9. College Football: Idaho Vandals vs. New Mexico State Aggies Preview

    The FBS level of college football is home to seven programs who played as independents this season. Four of them (Notre Dame, BYU, Navy and Army) have made the conscious decision ...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 9 months ago 715 reads 0 comments

  10. Division II Football: CIAA Cancels Championship Game After QB Assaulted

    The Winston-Salem State University Rams have won the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association conference championship each of the last two seasons and advanced to the Division ...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 9 months ago 1,341 reads 2 comments

  11. College Basketball:New Mexico State vs. Hawaii Game Showcases Flaws in New Rules

    The ESPN Tip-Off Marathon and its more than 24 consecutive hours of college basketball is underway right now, and has already given us some exciting games such as BYU's 112-103 win ...

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  12. Division III Football: Gallaudet Wins ECFC Title, Clinches First Playoff Bid

    Gallaudet University has some unique challenges when it comes to football, even for a Division III school...

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  13. MLS Playoffs: Real Salt Lake Advances to Western Finals with Gutsy Win

    Real Salt Lake came into the home leg of their Western Conference semifinals matchup against the Los Angeles Galaxy needing to overcome a deficit...

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  14. BYU Basketball: 3 Things We Learned from Colorado College Exhibition Game

    BYU got its first look at how this year's team looks in competition against other schools, with an exhibition game against Division III team Colorado College at the Marriott Center...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 10 months ago 1,744 reads 4 comments

  15. UNLV Wins Battle for Nevada for First Time in 9 Years

    The UNLV Rebels hate one team in college football more than any other: the Nevada Wolf Pack. As the only two public universities in the state of Nevada, UNLV and UNR have no love for one another...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 10 months ago 594 reads 0 comments

  16. Maine Black Bears Establish Themselves as CAA Favorites with Villanova Win

    The Colonial Athletic Association placed five of its teams in the Top 25 poll after last week's games, which comes as no surprise, considering that it has been one of the deepest conferences in FCS college football for the last several seasons...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 10 months ago 452 reads 1 comments

  17. BYU vs. Boise State: Cougars Crush Broncos as Cody Hoffman Sets Receiving Record

    The Boise State Broncos and BYU Cougars had met three times previously, with Boise State coming away the victors each time, often by the narrowest of margins...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 10 months ago 1,360 reads 5 comments

  18. BYU Basketball: 3 Newcomers Who Impressed at Cougar Tipoff

    BYU had its annual opening scrimmage, the Cougar Tipoff, in which the team plays against itself. In the first half, the teams were evenly split, with both the Blue and White squads ...

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  19. BYU Basketball: 3 Veterans Who Impressed at Cougar Tipoff

    BYU held the Cougar Tipoff on Wednesday— its annual opening scrimmage in which the team plays against itself...

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  20. FCS College Football: Previewing Eastern Washington vs. Montana

    The Big Sky Conference race is proving to be a difficult one to get a handle on this season. There is no clear-cut favorite and six of the conference's 13 teams have a record of at least 3-1 or better in conference play...

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  21. Quidditch: Documentary Following UCLA Team in the Works

    A uthor's Note: For those unfamiliar with the sport of quidditch, a basic introduction to the sport can be found here . The team from UCLA has been one of the top teams in the International Quidditch Association for a couple years now...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 10 months ago 724 reads 1 comments

  22. BYU Cougars Get Old-Fashioned Shootout Win Over Houston Cougars

    BYU first rose to national prominence on the football field in the seventies and eighties by utilizing the west coast offense in a way that revolutionized college football and led for huge point totals for the Cougars...

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  23. 5 Things We Learned from BYU Basketball's Boom Shakalaka Showcase

    On Friday night, the Smith Fieldhouse on the campus of BYU was home to the inaugural " Boom Shakalaka : The BYU Basketball Showcase ...

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  24. Grambling State Forfeits Game After Players Refuse to Travel

    Grambling State has been embroiled in controversy, with the football team boycotting two consecutive practices this week...

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  25. World Football: Iceland Having Big Impact on World Cup Qualifying

    To most of the world, the country of Iceland is little more than an exotic curiosity. "It's that island in the middle of nowhere in the freezing North Atlantic with a bunch of volcanoes ...

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