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  • South Dakota State RB Zach Zenner stocked with talent, on field and in classroom

    On and off the football field, ZZ tops the charts. That would be South Dakota State running back Zach Zenner, the leading rusher in the Football Championship Subdivision – and …


  • Jackrabbits, Eagles accustomed to cold

    Always his own worst critic, Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams regrets every turnover. Even on a day when he was named one of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award, …


  • EWU’s Adams finalist for Walter Payton Award

    Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams is one of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award given to the top player in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, The Sports Network announced …


  • EWU’s Adams finalist for Walter Payton Award

    Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams is one of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award given to the top player in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, The Sports Network announced …


  • Jackrabbits leap up in FCS

    John Stiegelmeier is in his 17th year as head football coach at South Dakota State, but won’t take credit for the Jackrabbits’ prodigious leap in the last decade, from Division …


  • Jackrabbits hope to take next leap vs. Eastern

    John Stiegelmeier is in his 17th year as head football coach at South Dakota State, but won’t take credit for the Jackrabbits’ prodigious leap in the last decade, from Division …


  • Study buddy

    For Eastern Washington football players Ronald Baines, Anthony Larry and T.J. Lee III, the first bonds of friendship were forged in study hall. That’s where the the former Prop 48 …


  • EWU’s Beau Baldwin named Big Sky coach of year

    Unburdened by high expectations for his Eastern Washington football team this year, head coach Beau Baldwin and his staff went out and exceeded them. From the shocking win in the …


  • Beau Baldwin repeats as Big Sky coach of year

    Unburdened by high expectations for his Eastern Washington football team this year, head coach Beau Baldwin and his staff went out and exceeded them.


  • Big Sky honors Adams, Kupp

    Their numbers were so jaw-dropping that no one raised an eyebrow Tuesday when Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams and wide receiver Cooper Kupp won two of the biggest awards in …


  • Vernon Adams named Big Sky MVP

    The Eastern Washington University football team picked up some more hardware on Tuesday. Sophomore quarterback Vernon Adams was voted as the offensive MVP, while wide receiver Cooper Kupp became the …


  • EWU receives third seed for FCS playoffs

    Sunday morning’s gathering lacked the drama of the night before, and that was just fine with the Eastern Washington football players, coaches and fans. About 100 of them gathered at …


  • No. 3-seed Eastern draws bye in FCS playoffs

    Eastern Washington was awarded a No. 3 seed and a first-round bye in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, the NCAA announced Sunday morning.


  • Eagles awaken in nick of time

    Eastern Washington didn’t rise to the occasion until it was almost too late. The Eagles seem to like it that way.


  • These Eagles won’t be forgotten

    They’ve been joined at the hip for almost five years now, the overachieving football coach and his record- breaking group of seniors at Eastern Washington University. They’re Beau Baldwin’s ringleaders, …


  • These Eagles won’t be forgotten

    They’ve been joined at the hip for almost five years now, the overachieving football coach and his record- breaking group of seniors at Eastern Washington University.


  • Eastern’s Pulu makes most of second chance

    When Andru Pulu talks about his Eastern Washington football teammates, it’s usually in future tense, as if he doesn’t want it to end. “We have something special here, the offense …


  • EWU’s Andru Pulu doesn’t waste second chance

    When Andru Pulu talks about his Eastern Washington football teammates, it’s usually in future tense, as if he doesn’t want it to end.


  • Big Sky notes: Portland State has given Eagles fits in recent seasons

    As Portland State football coach Nigel Burton sees it, the difference between his 6-5 team and Big Sky Conference champion Eastern Washington is obvious. “We’ve just got to be more …


  • Eagles focused with Thanksgiving in mind

    The plate is full this week for the Eastern Washington football players. Saturday’s home game against Portland State will have a little bit of everything: Senior Day, a chance for …


  • EWU notebook: Vitto steps in, up with family in stands

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Between postgame snapshots with family and friends, Eastern Washington senior quarterback Anthony Vitto tried to look at the big picture. That includes the legacy of …


  • Eagles clinch Big Sky share

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – The final score doesn’t show it, but Eastern Washington earned this one the hard way. Overcoming a listless first quarter, poor field position all day, …


  • Murphy unexpected gift to EWU secondary

    Eastern Washington has a 12th man too. The news came out of the blue early this week, much like the recent injuries in the Eastern Washington secondary: Former Eagle safety …


  • Murphy an unexpected gift to EWU secondary

    The news came out of the blue early this week, much like the recent injuries in the Eastern Washington secondary: Former Eagle safety McKenzie Murphy, whose college football eligibility apparently …


  • Cal Poly boasts best defensive numbers in Big Sky conference

    In a classic showdown Saturday, the Cal Poly defense will play the part of the immovable object. The opposing force – Eastern Washington’s offense – is getting more irresistible every …


  • Eagle football benefits from depth charge

    The Eastern Washington offense put up some staggering numbers last weekend against Montana State: eight touchdowns in as many possessions, 12.3 yards a play and not a single punt. And …


  • EWU-MSU notebook: Safety in numbers

    In this game, necessity was the mother of prevention. With Eastern Washington running out of safeties and the coaches running out of options for a big game against Montana State, …


  • Blanchette: Football gods truly smiled on Eagles’ masterful effort

    The right time for anything is when it works. This is pretty much a universal heat shield against all second-guessing, and an all-purpose self-effacement for bashful geniuses. It comes in …


  • Eagles offense never lets up, rolls to huge win over Bobcats

    Perhaps Eastern doesn’t know how to dial things down anymore. And doesn’t want to. Instead, the Eagles dialed it up all afternoon against Montana State, connecting on some of the …


  • T.J. Lee III makes switch to safety look easy for EWU

    In this game, necessity was the mother of prevention.

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