Just another little snippet about this “hogback” think. Many of you have heard of sports teams named the Razorbacks. That’s another take on these hogs, as they are long and lean (lots of lean …
It’s that time of the year when we want to be out exploring the backwoods now that the temperature has finally warmed up.
Some folks may be wondering where the term “hogback” came from. Well, from what I’ve heard — and this makes sense — it comes from the wild hogs of some of our southern states (and lately more …
Yes, I know summer is still officially a few weeks away but the humidity is rising and that sets the stage for swimming. The other day when I was heading out of town with the air conditioner o…
The smallest thing can pique your interest and brighten your day, even a rock. It’s true. A rock can create interest that makes you investigate its origin. That’s what happened to me on a rece…
I had the pleasure of joining with Doug Wetherbee and Larry Holtzapple to do a clearing mission through the Fire Tower Trail on May 20.
The Susquehannock Trail Club President Wanda Shirk and Co., which included Lori Szymanik, Susie Gribble, Corrie Amick and Tom Oliver, pushed the measuring wheel through the Hammersley section …
It’s amazing how active the woods seem to be when you aren’t hunting. But just ask any turkey hunter who has spent time sitting out there waiting for something to happen, and he or she will pr…
The thought of chasing native brook trout takes me back to a time in my youth when I’d trek along backwoods streams catching and releasing or catching and eating a limit whenever I wanted.
Beginning in mid-March, the trail-marker teams have been out on the Susquehannock Trail System measuring each mile and putting up mileage markers. This involves running a measuring wheel every…
I was just sitting around sort of daydreaming after a great morning of trout fishing and the idea of mentoring came to mind. Sure, some of you do it to some extent once the trout opener arrive…
It’s almost time to hit the spring woods for turkeys. You’ve patterned your shotgun, purchased shells and scouted the location for your first turkey hunt of the season.
Ticks. Yes you heard me say that dreaded word. As a die-hard outdoorsman I have to tell you they are already out there waiting for you to step in to the fields and woods we enjoy so much.
Well, we’re hearing the phrase “light at the end of the tunnel” a bit more these days, and it can’t come any too soon. But we all know this is something we must get right and can’t be rushed.
I move my seat cushion again for the third time. I’m trying to get into a comfortable sitting position. A slight adjustment to the back pad and every thing is in order.
NU's young backup QBs need time to develop. So, some advice in that regard courtesy of the great John Wooden: Be quick, but don't hurry.
GM Brian Gutekunst a proponent of developing assets continually at the quarterback position.
At least two key transfers are coming to bolster Brown’s group; plus, Stanley Berryhill III continues to excel and why Gunner Cruz has been off on deep throws.
Chimere Dike showed big-play ability, tight ends were all over the field and Leo Chenal shined at the Badgers' ninth spring practice.
ESPN's analyst Mel Kiper says this year's draft is "mysterious" and "complicated."
Notes and takeaways from the UA's second full spring scrimmage, which took place under the lights at Arizona Stadium on Saturday.
The UA coach has followed up on his vow to connect with past Cats, hiring Brandon Sanders as a liaison, among other program initiatives.
Rolling up a school-record 807 yards of total offense, SIU closed the regular season with a non-conference win over 15th-ranked Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday at Saluki Stadium.
The Tigers were swept at Florida, falling to 11-23 overall.
Montana State might be closer to choosing its next starting quarterback.
There was plenty for Husker fans to like about Saturday's practice. But fan anxiety should be expected right now.
The first spring of the Bryan Harsin era is almost complete.
Here are several other observations from nearly three hours at Memorial Stadium, including a pretty slick play from Omar Manning and company.
Elsewhere for Missouri track and field, Chris Conrad and Arianna Fisher each won events in the second day of competition at the War Eagle Invitational in Auburn, Alabama.
White defeated Crimson 13-10 at Alabama’s A-Day spring game in Bryant-Denny Stadium.