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Stories tagged: big sky

EWU officials applaud Big Sky expansion

Eastern Washington University athletic director Bill Chaves and Eagles head football coach Beau Baldwin both reacted positively to Monday’s announcement that Southern Utah University and the University of North Dakota …

John Blanchette: Big Sky is anything but Big Easy

Chris Powers is not panhandling for gimmes. What he and his football teammates at Eastern Washington reap, they expect must be earned. So when do they earn a breather?

Eastern survives Sac State

Aside from the short field they were facing, courtesy of a woeful 26-yard punt by Sacramento State’s Augie Heath, there wasn’t much reason for optimism among the members of Eastern …

Key Big Sky matchup in Cheney

The top two running backs in the Big Sky Conference will be showcased at Roos Field Saturday afternoon when 8th-ranked Eastern Washington University entertains Sacramento State in a game that …

Eastern guards against letdown

Beau Baldwin is concerned his Eastern Washington University football team might be catching Big Sky Conference rival Northern Colorado at just the wrong time.

Eastern still unsure about Taiwan Jones

With the availability of Taiwan Jones expected once again to be a game-time decision, 13th-ranked Eastern Washington University will square off against Northern Arizona Saturday in another high-stakes Big Sky …

Offensive fireworks promised between Eastern, MSU

Two of the most exciting and productive offensive players in the Big Sky Conference will share the spotlight in Bobcat Stadium Saturday afternoon when 16th ranked Montana State plays host …

Eastern Eagles uneasy about mysterious Nevada

RENO, Nev. – Listening to Eastern Washington University’s football coaches, it becomes difficult to determine what concerns them most about Thursday’s season opener against the University of Nevada – what …

Eastern Eagles to be tested early

There will be no cautious dipping of a toe into the Big Sky Conference football waters for Eastern Washington University this fall.