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  • For Eastern, it’s the perfect time for bye

    After emotional games against Sam Houston State and Washington, this week’s bye comes at a perfect time for Eastern Washington.


  • Eastern defense gets time to regroup

    SEATTLE – As the Eastern Washington football players exited the big stage Saturday afternoon, they did it to mixed reviews. The offense was staggering; the defense, simply staggered – by …


  • Eastern defense gets a chance to regroup

    As the Eastern Washington football players exited the big stage Saturday afternoon, they did it to mixed reviews.


  • Eastern won’t necessarily pass on every down to keep up with Huskies

    SEATTLE – As they took the field on a sunny Friday afternoon at Husky Stadium, the Eastern Washington football players paused to appreciate the scenery – and a few intangibles …


  • Eastern plans to run with the Huskies

    As they took the field on a sunny Friday afternoon at Husky Stadium, the Eastern Washington football players paused to appreciate the scenery – and a few intangibles – for …


  • EWU-UW: For a change, most eyes on other QB

    For once, Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams is flying under the radar. Earlier this week, new University of Washington coach Chris Petersen faced a roomful of reporters to deliver the …


  • Huskies have work to do after Hawaii

    HONOLULU – With a Hawaiian lei draped around his neck as he stood on the Aloha Stadium field, John Timu’s evaluation of the Washington Huskies’ 17-16 victory over Hawaii on …


  • Eastern erratic in rout of NAIA’s Montana Western

    What’s not to like about a 32-point win? That depends on whom you spoke with after Eastern Washington’s 41-9 win Saturday night over Montana Western, a victory that was comfortable …


  • Eastern erratic in rout of Montana Western

    What’s not to like about a 32-point win?


  • After years of battling injuries, Eagles’ Blair Bomber finally unleashed

    Talk about seizing the moment. Eastern Washington wide receiver Blair Bomber hadn’t played football in almost four years when the Eagles took the field last year at Oregon State.


  • Bomber perseveres, makes big plays for Eagles

    For Blair Bomber, the “grind” lasted almost four years, and he felt it more than most. But his patience has paid off with some big moments on the field for …


  • West Valley grad Nick Brown returns home with Montana Western to face Eastern

    Nick Brown is playing football at Montana Western University for all the right reasons. Strong academics, a small-town atmosphere and a sense of family that only a small school can …


  • West Valley grad eager to face EWU

    Nick Brown is playing football at Montana Western University for all the right reasons. Strong academics, a small-town atmosphere and a sense of family that only a small school can …


  • EWU football sees plenty of spots for improvement

    The Eastern Washington football team is perfectly unsatisfied. As practice began Tuesday afternoon at Roos Field, the top-ranked Eagles were as self-critical as it gets despite a 56-35 win in …


  • EWU football sees plenty of spots for improvement

    The Eastern Washington football team is perfectly unsatisfied. As practice began Tuesday afternoon at Roos Field, the top-ranked Eagles were as self-critical as it gets despite a 56-35 win in …


  • ESPN makes it a win-win for Eags

    There’s nothing like TV to turn a town upside down. So agog were the city fathers of Cheney over the Worldwide Leader’s visit on Saturday that First Street was renamed …


  • Slow-starting Eagles

    Never mind the billboards: Eastern Washington football didn’t really start until the third quarter of Saturday’s season opener against Sam Houston State. After squirming for 30 minutes under the microscope …


  • EWU notebook: Strip and pick by free safety gives Eagles needed boost

    After dying by the big play in the first half, the Eastern Washington defense positively thrived by it in the third quarter against Sam Houston State. No play was bigger …


  • ESPN makes for a great opening day in Cheney

    The EWU majority among the 10,310 witnesses at Roos Field was even more jazzed by the top-ranked Eagles’ 56-35 romp over Sam Houston State than the visit by ESPN and …


  • EWU outlasts Sam Houston State 56-35

    Never mind the billboards: Eastern Washington football didn’t really start until the third quarter of Saturday’s season opener against Sam Houston State.


  • EWU’s undersized, underrecruited QB Vernon Adams enjoys meteoric rise

    Vernon Adams wants to explain his actions: the high-stepping, the gyrating, the sudden change of direction. In other words, his dance steps during warmups before every Eastern Washington football game, …


  • EWU’s undersized, underrecruited QB Vernon Adams enjoys meteoric rise

    Vernon Adams wants to explain his actions: the high-stepping, the gyrating, the sudden change of direction.


  • Eagles ready to adjust to new-look Sam Houston State

    The best advice the Eastern Washington football players could get this week? Be yourself. To a man, the top-ranked Eagles understood that game-day adjustments may the biggest factor in who …


  • Quality, quantity at QB for Eagles

    Zak Hill’s plate is full. It’s Five Guys every day, with double helpings for two-a-days – and he wouldn’t have it any other way.


  • Quality, quantity at QB for Eagles

    Zak Hill’s plate is full. It’s Five Guys every day, with double helpings for two-a-days – and the EWU quarterbacks coach wouldn’t have it any other way.


  • Matthew Sommer, Samson Ebukam are EWU’s sophomore ‘old-timers’

    On a muggy August morning, Matthew Sommer was soaking it all in – and not just his own sweat. “It’s fun being an older guy, getting quality reps and watching …


  • Eastern ranked No. 1 in FCS poll

    While the Eastern Washington football team was hard at work Friday morning, the Eagles were getting a quite a payoff. Minutes apart, the Eagle program got two big pieces of …


  • Eastern Washington football reloads on the offensive line

    Moments before another sweltering round of two-a-days at Eastern Washington, assistant coach Aaron Best paused to consider some weighty matters. Such as his offensive line, which is retooling and reshuffling, …


  • Eagles retool offensive line

    Moments before another sweltering round of two-a-days at Eastern Washington, assistant coach Aaron Best paused to consider some weighty matters. Such as his offensive line.


  • Give and Take: Blog matters

    Spokane Shock Shock coach Andy Olson probably has a long list of worries when it comes to his team, but Mike Washington isn’t one of them.


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