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SUNDAY, NOV. 18, 2007

Eags like playoff chances against No. 2 seed

Eastern Washington coach Paul Wulff and Eagles quarterback Matt Nichols made themselves available Sunday afternoon to comment on Eastern's berth against No. 2-seeded and unbeaten McNeese State in this year's FCS playoffs.You can read an unedited version of the story that will appear in Monday's...

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SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 2007


EWU makes strong case for FCS playoff berth

Quarterback Matt Nichols overcame some horrible weather condiditons to throw for 256 yards and four touchdowns as Eastern Washington knocked off Big Sky Conference rival Weber State 38-16 on Saturday to bolster its chances of receiving an at-large berth in the upcoming Football Championship Subdivision...

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There go the bowl hopes

The Cougs lost. Pretty badly. The 52-17 fall to the Oregon State Beavers this evening shut down WSU's chances to finish the season 6-6, hence eliminating the Cougars' chances of making a bowl game.It was an ugly game. Check out my quick gamer here.

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Vandals: it wasn't pretty

The Vandals aren't ready for primetime football, they're not even close, and the Boise State is primetime.It seems like there is so much to say and so little room to say it.For now, we'll just leave you with the unedited game story I just filed...

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FRIDAY, NOV. 16, 2007

Chiefs power past Pats

When you compare it to the nine games they rattled off from Oct. 12 to Nov. 2, the Spokane Chiefs three-game winning streak isn’t anything to start bragging about.Drayson Bowman’s scoring streak, however, is shaping up to be a different story.The Chiefs’ left-winger found the...

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Red-hot Weber next up for Eags

Eastern Washington University is, perhaps, one win away from earning an at-large berth in the FCS playoffs, but a win over Weber State on Saturday is essential.You can read an unedited version of the game advance that will run in Saturday's S-R by clicking on...

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Gridders onward and upward

Ferris and LC football teams take their next and perhaps most difficult step in Saturday's State 4A playoffs.The Saxons face a team of behemoths in Graham-Kapowsin who want to pound you until faced with 8-man fronts so tight they can loft a scoring toss over...

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Busy day with lots of rain on the way

COUGARSThere's a lot to get to today, so let's not waste any time talking about the weather, though it is supposed to be wetter than Seattle here this weekend and that seems to be bothering … no, no, let's get to the links and stuff.

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THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 2007

Eags' comeback dumps Highlanders

Eastern Washington gave Kirk Earlywine his first win as an NCAA Division I head coach Thursday night at Reese Court.You can read an unedited version of the game story that will appear in Friday's S-R by clicking on the extended entry line below.And don't forget...

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Playoff talk off limits at EWU

Eastern football coach Paul Wulff has put playoff conversations off limits for his Eagles heading into Saturday's regular-season finale against Weber State.You get more details, along with some additional Big Sky Conference notes and information on the FCS Playoffs pairings show that will air Sunday...

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Some Broncos aren't laughing

At least one Boise State player doesn't think Robb Akey is too funny.That's OK, but if you read the comments at the end, that's where you realize that way too many people don't have an perspective on sports.

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14, 2007

Cowen to play for Team West

Jared Cowen is heading to London in December.London, Ontario, that is – and not for vacation purposes.One of several rookies making a splash this season in the Western Hockey League, the Spokane Chiefs defenseman will play for Team West at the Under-17 World Hockey Challenge...

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Eags mum on new basketball signees

I had hoped to have some news on Eastern's basketball signees today, but was informed that first-year coach Kirk Earlywine won't have any announcements on that front until later this week or next.I'm not sure what to read into that, but stay tuned. I'm sure...

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Cougars sign numerous basketball players

COUGARSA quick note about letter of intent day. The Cougar men received LOIs from the five guys who gave them commitments: Marcus Capers, Michael Harthun, Klay Thompson, James Watson and Nick Witherill. Coach Tony Bennett will be talking about them soon.The Cougar women signed seven...

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College Sporting News honors Nichols

College Sporting News has named Eastern Washington University quarterback Matt Nichols as one of its four national NCAA Football Championship Subdivision players of the week.Nichols, a sophomore from Cottonwood, Calif., threw for 317 yards and five touchdowns in last Saturday's 52-24 rout of Big Sky...

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Davis' dad improving

Theo Davis made his Gonzaga debut Tuesday night, playing the final two minutes and scoring two points in an 80-43 win over Idaho.It's been a difficult couple weeks for Davis, who was sidelined by an infection in his foot and then left the team last...

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