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  • 21 states suing Delaware over abandoned money orders

    Twenty-one states are suing Delaware to give back more than $150 million in uncashed money orders.


  • Girls involved in fatal fight at Delaware school suspended

    Three students involved in a fight that ended in a teenager’s death at a Delaware school have been suspended, a school district spokeswoman said.


  • Charges expected in Delaware student’s death

    A police chief in Delaware says charges will be filed by the end of the week in connection to the death of a 16-year-old high school student.


  • NCAA notes: NDSU freshman point guard Carlin Dupree shows poise down stretch in upset victory

    After San Diego State’s 73-69 victory coach Steve Fisher joked that he would take the team white water rafting the next day. But the Aztecs wouldn’t have had time to …


  • Delle Donne finds comfort at home with Delaware

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Tina Martin’s best recruiting pitch for Elena Delle Donne was to do no recruiting at all. The Delaware coach’s decision has paid off for the third-seeded …


  • 16 EWU starters could return from title team

    FRISCO, Texas – Beau Baldwin, when pressed about the future of Eastern Washington University’s football program following Friday night’s 20-19 win over Delaware in the NCAA Division I Championship at …


  • Soaring achievement

    FRISCO, Texas – Eastern Washington University has been a fourth-down and fourth-quarter team throughout most of this magical college football season. And the No.1-ranked Eagles were at their best in …


  • EWU’s Jones limited to highlights

    FRISCO, Texas – Eastern Washington University football coach Beau Baldwin might have coined a new injury assessment term on Thursday afternoon when he called Taiwan Jones’ status for today’s NCAA …


  • Projected Delaware lineups

    Projected offensive starters Pos. Name Yr. QB Pat Devlin Sr. RB Andrew Pierce Fr. WR Rob Jones So. LT Shea Allard Jr. LG Gino Gradkowski Jr. C Rob McDowell Jr. …


  • 3 Delaware players to watch

    • QB Pat Devlin (17): The numbers this 6-foot-4 second-year transfer from Penn State have posted this fall are incredible. His amazing pass efficiency rating of 155.37 includes a completion …


  • Eagles can write own chapter tonight

    FRISCO, Texas – In any national championship game, there is a tendency among some to get caught up in the history of the two schools involved. Which, in the case …


  • Blanchette: Eagles scaled heights with gratitude attitude

    FRISCO, Texas – As in any college locker room, posted on the wall just inside Eastern Washington’s football sanctum is the usual paper blizzard of schedules, rules compliance cautions, academic …


  • Sherritt wins Buchanan Award

    FRISCO, Texas – After being “completely surprised” by his second-place finish is last year’s voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, Eastern Washington’s J.C. Sherritt was equally shocked to learn he …


  • No doubt about it: Taiwan Jones doubtful to play for EWU

    Eastern Washington University football coach Beau Baldwin might have coined a new injury assessment term on Thursday afternoon when he called Taiwan Jones’ status for today’s NCAA Division I Championship …


  • Bets are down for EWU game

    Friendly bets between governors and mayors are set.


  • Delaware assistant lands in good spot

    Jim Hofher has traveled the notoriously uncertain career path that comes from spending three decades as a college football coach.


  • Delaware RB happy surprise for Blue Hens

    Andrew Pierce didn’t see this coming. No one did. It was his first year as the University of Delaware running back, and not even that starting job was guaranteed until …


  • FCS finalists not all that different

    And yet, for all the preconceived notions of the differences between football here and how the game is played 2,500 miles away, Delaware coach K.C. Keeler said he doesn’t see …


  • Blue Hens’ Haynes an inspiration

    Every now and then, there is someone like University of Delaware defensive lineman Siddiq Haynes to make you believe that there is good in college football.


  • Delaware cornerback does it all

    On many teams, linebackers call the defensive alignments. At the University of Delaware, it’s the defensive backs who call the adjustments. And it often involves Andrew Walters lining up all …


  • Crowds of supporters cheer on Ironman competitors

    After a wet and cold spring, the weather won best in show Sunday for the Ford Ironman Coeur d’Alene.

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