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  • Redhawks junior quarterback will test EWU in multiple ways

    Matt Scheible won’t be the fastest, strongest or most athletic player scampering around on the red turf at Roos Field on Saturday. But Southeast Missouri State’s junior quarterback will still …


  • EWU running back reached potential after dyslexia diagnosis

    Considering all he has accomplished during his 3½-year stay at Eastern Washington University, the scarcity of college football options available to Taiwan Jones coming out of Deer Valley High School …


  • Gonzaga too much for short-handed Eastern

    Gonzaga senior guard Steven Gray jumped up and released a 3-point shot with just less than 4 minutes left in the first half, just like he’d done six times previously. …


  • Snow shouldn’t impact FCS playoff at Eastern

    The sub-zero temperatures and heavy blanket of snow that punched the region in the stomach last week certainly wasn’t what Beau Baldwin would have ordered up, given the chance. But …


  • Vandals pull away from Eagles

    Despite missing eight of its first nine shots and coughing up every bit of a 17-point second-half lead, the University of Idaho found a way to finish at Reese Court …


  • WV students check out brains, bugs at EWU lab

    The anatomy and physiology class at West Valley High School recently received a glimpse of college life and what a college class is like on a visit to Eastern Washington …


  • Boise State cruises by EWU, 83-54

    BOISE – Robert Arnold scored 26 points and Zack Moritz came off the bench to score 18 as Boise State eased past Eastern Washington 83-54 on Wednesday night. Boise State …


  • No. 1 Eagles dominate Big Sky awards

    One might expect the No. 1-ranked Football Championship Subdivision team in the country to collect a good share of the hardware when its league hands out its annual postseason awards. …


  • Some day son to hear of ex-Eagle’s improbable success

    Harry Leons has never told his 6-year-old son Jack about the magical football season he and his Eastern Washington University team experienced in 1997, the year the Eagles advanced to …


  • Top-ranked Eastern gets No. 5 seed

    Eastern Washington University’s unprecedented rise to the No. 1 spot in the most prestigious Football Championship Subdivision top-25 rankings didn’t seem to matter much to the FCS playoffs selection committee …


  • EWU whips Idaho State to become Big Sky co-champions

    The downside to winning a Big Sky Conference football championship in Cheney in late November? That celebratory Gatorade “shower” can leave the winning coach tad bit uncomfortable – which is …


  • EWU coach thanks Zamberlin for help

    Beau Baldwin’s lower lip was quivering late Saturday afternoon just moments Eastern Washington University’s head football coach had watched his Eagles earn a share of the Big Sky Conference title …


  • EWU senior Martin adjusted to nuances of 11-man game

    It might seem as if Eastern Washington University took a big gamble on Matt Martin, considering the Eagles’ senior tight end never played a down of 11-man football during his …


  • Eastern gets 1st win but gives up most of big lead

    There was some sloppy play and some anxious moments down the stretch that probably could have been avoided. But Eastern Washington University’s men’s basketball team wasn’t about to give back …


  • Eagles can’t keep up with Huskies in 2nd half

    SEATTLE – Washington can now think about Maui without getting in trouble for looking ahead. For one half Tuesday night, it looked like the 17th-ranked Huskies were already island bound.


  • No. 3 Eagles wary of Idaho State University

    To Beau Baldwin’s way of thinking, Idaho State didn’t need any extra motivation heading into this weekend’s Big Sky Conference football showdown against his Eastern Washington University Eagles at EWU’s …


  • Blanchette: Eagles’ ‘playoff’ should pay off

    Count it. Already Eastern Washington is 1-0 in the Football Championship Subdivision stepladder. By decree of the athletic director, at least.


  • EWU’s late push too much for Southern Utah

    The downside to breaking a 62-yard touchdown run on the game’s first play from scrimmage is the stark realization that there is a good chance that’s as good as your …


  • San Jose State’s guards give Eagles pause

    Eastern Washington University’s injury-plagued men’s basketball team opens its 2010-11 season tonight at Reese Court against San Jose State. Tipoff, in the first game of a men’s-women’s doubleheader, is set …


  • Transfer Mitchell has guided Eagles toward new heights

    As Eastern Washington University headed into winter workouts following a highly successful 2009 football season in which the Eagles advanced to the FCS playoffs for the fourth time in six …


  • Strong finish for Eagles should enhance playoff bid

    The sense of urgency might not measure up to what Eastern Washington University was feeling last fall when it needed to put together a dramatic late-season run – much like …


  • Ailing Eagles stumble in exhibition

    Not surprisingly, the nearly unfathomable run of injuries that continues to plague the Eastern Washington University men’s basketball team made the Eagles’ 66-60 exhibition loss to Montana State-Billings at Reese …


  • Spokane stars as 1948 Manhattan in city’s next role

    The next movie to be filmed in Spokane will be “Camilla Dickinson,” based on the coming-of-age novel “Camilla” by Madeleine L’Engle. It’s set in Manhattan in 1948, and yes, the …


  • Eagles not up to task in exhibition opener

    Anyone hoping to get an early-season read on Eastern Washington University’s renovated men’s basketball team at Reese Court Tuesday night probably didn’t. At least, Eagles fans better hope they didn’t.


  • EWU football recruit shot to death

    Devin Topps, a former football standout at Kentridge High School and member of Eastern Washington University’s 2010 recruiting class, was beaten and shot to death early Sunday morning, after a …


  • Eagles pick apart Portland State

    The Big Sky’s hottest football team took it up a notch Saturday when No. 8 Eastern Washington blasted Portland State 50-17 in Hillsboro (Ore.) Stadium. The Eagles (7-2, 6-1 Big …


  • Kids carnival Friday at EWU

    Ghouls and witches, from toddlers through fifth grade, are welcome to wear their favorite costume Friday to the Pence Union Building at Eastern Washington University for the Harvest Tour and …


  • Eastern’s task: disarm Vikings’ potent ‘pistol’

    Another Saturday, another big challenge for the Eastern Washington University defense. The Eagles, in a tie with Montana for first in Big Sky Conference football with a 5-1 mark, will …


  • Eastern offense delivers with game on the line

    Aside from the short field they were facing, courtesy of a woeful 26-yard punt by Sacramento State’s Augie Heath, there wasn’t much reason for optimism among the members of Eastern …


  • Blanchette: It’s the Big Sky, not the Big Easy

    Chris Powers is not panhandling for gimmes. What he and his football teammates at Eastern Washington reap, they expect must be earned. So when do they earn a breather?

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