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  • No. 2 seed EWU wary of Wagner

    The Eastern Washington football players have reason to feel confident today. And then some. On tap today at Roos Field is a second-round FCS playoff game against a postseason newcomer …


  • Second-seeded EWU wary of Wagner Seahawks

    The Eastern Washington football players have reason to feel confident today. And then some.


  • Eastern the No. 2 seed in FCS playoffs

    It’s still a long road to Frisco, but this year’s Eastern Washington football team already has bragging rights over the 2010 national champions.


  • Eagles come back to beat UC Davis 31-28

    Vernon Adams’ 9-yard touchdown run with 8:13 to play capped a second-half rally, and Eastern Washington blocked a late field-goal attempt Saturday to beat UC Davis 31-28 and move into …


  • Eagles overwhelm North Dakota 55-17

    Vernon Adams threw for four touchdowns and Demitrius Bronson rushed for 118 yards and a score as Eastern Washington defeated North Dakota 55-17 on Saturday night.


  • Eagles come back to top Montana 32-26

    Vernon Adams threw two touchdown passes in the last 2:19 as Eastern Washington came back for a 32-26 victory against Montana on Saturday night.


  • Eastern punter Jake Miller aims for consistency

    The Big Sky isn’t the limit for Jake Miller. Eastern Washington’s punter could go even further this year; he was named to the College Sports Journal Freshman All-America Team after …


  • Eastern punter Jake Miller aims for consistency

    The Big Sky isn’t the limit for Jake Miller. Eastern Washington’s punter could go even further this year; he was named to the College Sports Journal Freshman All-America Team after …


  • FCS on verge of expanding playoff field

    It has taken college football’s elite more than 100 years to be dragged toward a playoff system that will likely still have only a handful of teams.


  • North Dakota State defeats Sam Houston State for FCS crown

    FRISCO, Texas – North Dakota State quarterback Brock Jensen made the most of the big plays by special teams and defense, and the Bison are finally champions again. This title …


  • Montana loses in FCS semifinals

    Tim Flanders rushed for 287 yards on 26 carries and Sam Houston State advanced to its first national championship game with a 31-28 win over Montana in the Football Championship …


  • Griz, Bobcats host FCS playoff games

    On the basis of nicknames alone, the two Football Championship Subdivision playoff games being held in Montana this weekend sound pretty even. The Central Arkansas Bears are taking on the …


  • Around the Big Sky

    Montana 33, Idaho St. 0: Brody McKnight kicked four field goals to lead the 16th-ranked Grizzlies to a win over the Bengals on Saturday in Pocatello, Idaho. Montana’s (4-2, 3-1 …


  • Eagles fans rally in downtown to celebrate big win

    Hundreds of Eagles fans flocked to downtown Spokane on Saturday to continue celebrating Eastern Washington University’s NCAA Football Championship Subdivision title.


  • EWU could make another run

    Of the 22 Eastern players who started in the national championship victory, just six were seniors – which means 16 will be back next year, along with junior running back …


  • 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 …


  • One thing is for sure, Eagles have the title

    FRISCO, Texas – So here it is, Eastern Washington football redefined, by the Eagles themselves: The unlikely is humdrum.


  • Eagles are national champions

    FRISCO, Tex. – Eastern Washington University has been a fourth-down and fourth-quarter team throughout most of this magical college football season. The Eagles were again on Friday night.


  • 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 …


  • Eagles seek ways to approach three-week break

    Under the old format of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, had Eastern Washington University survived until this weekend, it would have already played in the NCAA Division I Championship game, …


  • Clark: Band swelled with pride for EWU gridiron classic

    After a four-decade absence, I was tooting my trumpet once again at an Eastern Washington University football game. Well, whaddya know. Guess you can go back.


  • Szczur will come at EWU from many angles

    Eastern Washington defensive coordinator John Graham has never met Matt Szczur. But just from watching video of Villanova’s all-American wide receiver, kick-return specialist and “Wildcat” quarterback, Graham figures Szczur must …


  • Eastern hosts Villanova’s road warriors for title berth

    Villanova coach Andy Talley won’t hazard a guess as to how the national title his team won last fall might impact its chances against No. 1-ranked and fifth-seeded Eastern Washington …


  • North Dakota State’s Anderson never backed down

    Even while wearing the halo brace that was attached to his skull following surgery to repair a bulging disc in his neck, Matt Anderson never considered the real possibility that …


  • 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 …


  • Blanchette: Griz pause to consider their future

    After the parade downtown Tuesday afternoon, there was a charter plane waiting to whisk the University of Montana Grizzlies off to Chattanooga, Tenn., and this weekend’s FCS championship game – …

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