TUSCALOOSA — Nate Oats has said repeatedly he wanted to see Alabama take more long-range shots.
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San Francisco simply outmuscled Green Bay in its 37-8 win in November. If that happens again this very interesting Packers season will come to a sudden end.
Former UW linebacker says college football puts players in "situations that will compromise their long-term health."
LINCOLN — A week’s worth of rumors culminated in a wild afternoon Friday when Nebraska announced a separation with its offensive coordinator then named his replacement three hours later.
Matt Lubick makes a lot of sense as Nebraska's new offensive coordinator and receivers coach for several reasons, but a few come readily to mind.
The Packers are one win away from a berth in Super Bowl LIV in large part because of the moves general manager Brian Gutekunst has made, both large and small.
Central DeWitt senior Hannah Payne made her college choice official Tuesday, signing to compete with the Hawkeye Community College cross country and track and field teams. Payne recently competed in 10 varsity meets for the Sabers girls cross country team and ran the best two times of her ca…
MUSCATINE — A talented field gave the Central DeWitt boys and girls bowling teams an early challenge to their new year at Saturday’s Louisa-Muscatine Invitational held at the Rose Bowl in Muscatine.
CEDAR RAPIDS — The Central DeWitt boys bowling team heated up late, but a series of close calls kept the Sabers out of the bracket half of last Saturday’s Cedar Rapids Prairie Baker tournament.
VAN HORNE — Already holding a 12-point lead, the Central DeWitt boys basketball team was at its best during the third quarter of Tuesday’s WaMaC clash with Benton.
GOOSE LAKE — Visiting Anamosa was hot from the three-point line, but in the deciding third quarter it was the Northeast boys basketball team which provided the two biggest shots from downtown.
With a roster dotted with familiar faces, the biggest change for the Northeast girls basketball team this winter is not on the court, but rather the sideline.