• Tommies' defense is a team effort
    November 15, 2017
    The St. Thomas defense pitched four shutouts in 10 regular season games, but there might not be a household name among them. It's truly 11 guys working as one. Josh Smith has more in Around the West.
  • Seeing red in the red zone
    November 07, 2017
    Dusty Krueger, the St. John's offensive line and the rest of the Johnnies' offense in general have been tough to deny inside the 20 this year, and it's that attitude that has them sitting 8-1, knocking on the door of the playoffs.
  • Linfield bringing the D
    October 31, 2017
    The Wildcats have been known for putting up huge numbers on the offensive side of the ball, but this year, Linfield's defense has come to the forefront when it's been needed the most. More in Around the West.
  • Aiming for perfection
    October 24, 2017
    When the football leaves Ricky Bautista’s hands, his teammates and coaches as well as Chapman fans feel confident it will land safely in a receiver’s hands. Josh Smith has more in Around the West.
  • It's more than Chazz in the backfield
    October 18, 2017
    When D-III leading rusher Chazz Middlebrook got dinged up and was held out of most of Saturday's game, the MacMurray run game didn't miss much. Turned out they had another guy ready to go. Josh Smith talks to both in Around the West.
  • A Titan in the backfield
    October 10, 2017
    Pat Cerroni recruited Dylan Hecker to play quarterback at UW-Oshkosh. But, when an ill-timed injury left him on the outside looking in, he was moved to running back, and the rest has been Titans history.
  • Cobbers celebrate history, but revel in moment
    October 03, 2017
    Concordia-Moorhead is celebrating its 100th year of football this season. But they're not just looking backward in order to do so. They've done a great job of celebrating the present so far this season. More in Around the West.
  • A new development at Wartburg
    September 26, 2017
    Last year's Knights had several players getting some significant and much-needed on-the-job training in key spots in the lineup. Now those players have grown, and it's interesting to see what's developed. More in Around the West.
  • L&C boldly goes where none of these players have gone before
    September 20, 2017
    Every player on the Lewis & Clark football team got to experience something for the first time this weekend. A collegiate victory. But while the players and coaches are encouraged by the win, they’re not about to stop working toward the getting the next one. More in Around the West.
  • Taking the long road to college football
    September 13, 2017
    Matt Younkers graduated from high school in 2009 and left for the Marine Corps about seven months later. Only seven years later did he end up in a college football uniform
  • Two head coaches better than none
    September 06, 2017
    When Minnesota-Morris found it was losing its coach six days before camp started, it didn't have too many easy choices, so they promoted two assistant coaches. Here's how the co-head coaches are making it work.
  • The time is now
    November 16, 2016
    The adage “make the most of your opportunity” is used frequently. But it really hits home at St. Thomas. Up and down the lineup, players on the Tommies’ roster have prepared for their moment and seized the chance to excel.
  • Pair of pass-catchers leading for Linfield
    November 08, 2016
    When Wildcats quarterback Sam Riddle is looking for targets for his many passes, he's looking first for his top two receivers, who are similar in statistics only: Johnny Carroll and Reed Peterson.