Head coach Michael Whitling and the Mountaineer women’s basketball program have announced the addition of Ashley Williams as an assistant coach.
POTTSVILLE — The Galeton boys basketball team faced Nativity BVM in the first round of the state playoffs.
The Williamson Warriors concluded their season Feb. 5 with a 55-53 win over Canton. The win was a positive finish to a rough season, Williamson finished the season with a 3-19 record. Coach Le…
The Williamson Lady Warriors season didn’t go as they would have liked but there is still much that can be learned a built upon even in a losing season.
The Cowanesque Valley girls basketball head coach Roy Vargeon took some time from his schedule to discuss the Lady Indians season.
The Galeton Tigers started the PIAA District IV Class A playoffs with a bang.
Friday night the Galeton girls basketball team hosted Bucktail in a basketball game that meant more than just the action on the court. Friday night was the annual Hoopin’ for a Cure Pink Out g…
The Cowanesque Valley boys basketball team concluded their season with two home games. The Indians failed to earn a win in either matchup.
The Cowanesque Valley girls basketball team capped off their season with a three game win streak. The win streak was the longest such period for the Lady Indians who finish the season with an …
The Galeton Tigers started the PIAA District IV Class A playoffs with a bang. The Tigers defense smothered the visiting Bucktail Bucks for the entire 32 minutes. Galeton allowed just six point…
The Cowanesque Valley girls basketball team started last week with an eight point loss at the hands of the Northern Potter.
The Cowanesque Valley Indians basketball team fell on the road to North Penn-Liberty Tuesaday evening. North Penn-Liberty’s high powered offense took an early 23-6 lead in the first. Cowanesqu…
The Galeton boys basketball team earned a 16-point victory over Northern Potter before two losses later in the week.
Saturday the Galeton boys basketball team traveled to Oswayo Valley and recorded their 11th overall win of the season. It was the second straight victory for the Tigers. Meanwhile, Oswayo Vall…
The Port Allegany girls basketball team stayed a step behind the North Tier League leaders in last week’s action, celebrating Senior Night on Jan. 29 with a 60-46 win over Galeton to run their…
A big game Saturday against a fast and athletic Michigan defense would boost Jonathan Taylor's Heisman Trophy stock considerably.
"It's going to take Scott Frost until maybe his fifth recruiting class for him to say, 'I not only have enough guys who can really play, but I also have enough guys who can back them up,'" Millen said of the second-year Nebraska head coach. "It'll take him awhile to get the kind of depth you're looking for. There's just not enough bullets in the gun right now."
The senior linebacker from Brown Deer, who almost gave up football in high school, has become a talented pass-rusher and team leader for UW.
On Nebraska’s first offensive drive of the third quarter last week against Northern Illinois, coach Scott Frost found himself with just the kind of decision that will take your temperature.
It’s unclear when Lane Taylor sustained the biceps injury that will keep him out against Denver on Sunday, or how serious it is. He was not listed on the injury report Wednesday.
What both teams must do to come out ahead on Saturday at Kyle Field.
How would have college football history changed if Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Tim Tebow would have gone to LSU?
BOISE — It had to be a bit suspenseful. It was Air Force, of course.
n E. Washington at Idaho, 1 p.m.
The Tigers benefited from a close no-goal call in overtime Friday against Mississippi.
BOISE — Khafari Buffalo saw the triple option nearly every day in practice for four years playing at The Citadel.
Coy Steel just wanted to watch what Southeast Missouri was doing. Montana State’s punt return play was based on reacting to the Redhawks. So when Steel recognized an open lane to the punter, he sprinted forward.
The Tigers dropped a 3-0 decision to No. 5 and undefeated Baylor in Waco, but the 17th-ranked Tigers have a chance at another top team when they meet No. 13 Hawaii Saturday as the Baylor Classic continues.
One of Arizona's top targets, Higley pass-rusher Jason Harris, was playing in the game.