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EWU Football Offical Links
A record-breaking offensive performance Saturday brought national attention to both the Eastern Washington football team and its starting quarterback, Eric Barriere.
Over the next month, Eastern Washington will lineup against the three top rushing attacks in the Big Sky.
Eric Barriere and No. 2 Eastern Washington rout Big Sky rival Idaho.
The second-ranked Eastern Washington Eagles (6-0, 3-0 Big Sky) open a string of three straight home games at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Roos Field in Cheney. First up is a date with the Idaho Vandals (2-3, 1-1).
Dennis Merritt’s roommates affectionately call him the “old guy,” and in the context of college football players, 25 is a rather advanced age.
It is Idaho week for the Eastern Washington football team, and senior linebacker Ty Graham is being watched carefully by his Eagles teammates.
As part of its new deal with ESPN, the Big Sky Conference landed two of its football games on the entertainment company’s broadcast networks this season.
Eastern Washington continued to climb in the national rankings, and its quarterback continued to collect conference honors Monday after the football team improved to 6-0 over the weekend.
For the first time since 1967, Eastern Washington is 6-0 after the fourth-ranked Eagles mauled the Northern Colorado Bears 63-17 on Saturday at Nottingham Field in Greeley, Colorado.
Here are a few storylines to watch as the Eagles try to beat the Northern Colorado Bears (2-3, 1-1) for the 13th consecutive time.
Two Eastern Washington football games have come down to the final, dramatic plays this season.
It is homecoming at Northern Colorado on Saturday, and Kyle Ergenbright is hoping that finally he and his teammates can mark the occasion with a victory in the weekend’s football game.