With the snow flurries in the air, some may start thinking about Christmas - it’s not too early to do some planning and/or shopping. Speaking of which, the trail club has some items that would…
From what big game animals have been harvested during the early season, I believe the rifle deer and bear seasons are shaping up to be one of the best trophy years yet for hunting in Pennsylva…
Today is the last day for the 2016 Potter County Big Buck Contest!
BYU head football coach Kalani Sitake said last week that Saturday’s scrimmage would be a good opportunity to see where the team is at and make some decisions on who is earning playing time.
The junior quarterback talks to the Tucson media for the first time since spring.
Iowa defensive end Anthony Nelson has been named to the watch list for the Ted Hendricks Award along with two players the Hawkeyes will face in the first two games of the coming season.
“I hope we’re not that soft. I hope we can hear comments or read comments and not get offended by things. It’s a professional environment; it’s not a personal environment,” Rodgers said Monday.
"The new guys need to see the rhythm and the tempo and also understand that when I’m out there, everything is up,” the Packers quarterback says.
Ferguson is in the mix to replace Troy Fumagalli’s production and steadiness at tight end.
AMES – Iowa State football’s middle linebacker spot is still hotly contested.
Khalil Tate on backup quarterbacks, notable defenders, and Arizona’s “in-tuned linebackers.” pic.twitter.com/LLOEBn3oZ2— The Wildcaster (@TheWildcaster) August 14, 2018
If anyone asks you about being in the Big Ten these days, say, “We just got here, and we really don’t know anybody.”
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said Monday on his monthly radio show there's a structure in place to make sure the athletic department avoids problems like what's currently plaguing Ohio State and Maryland.
For the first time since the spring practice period, Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate spoke to the media following Monday's practice.
Dec. 2's clash with the Mountaineers in Morgantown and Dec. 21's contest at Illinois will be some of the Tigers' toughest tests outside the Southeastern Conference.
Bill Busch kept shouting the same sentence while the LSU defensive backs fought against the broom.
Just a little more than a week into preseason camp, LSU is thin at the inside linebacker position. Real thin.