• Stout wins 2OT thriller over Stevens Point
    October 26, 2019
    MENOMONIE (October 26, 2019) - UW-Stout had a chance to win in the first overtime, but a missed field goal brought it to a second overtime. The offense scored on a 16 yard touchdown pass and the defense forced a fumble, recovered the ball and stormed the field for the 38-31 win over UW-Stevens Point Saturday at Don and Nona Williams Stadium. The Blue Devils (2-5, 1-3 WIAC) stopped Stevens Point (2-5, 1-3 WIAC) in the first overtime. The Poitners were called for holding on first down, then were sacked twice for 19 yards. Mason Priebe intercepted the Pointers' Matt Urmanski on 3rd-and-39, but Stout missed an opportunity to take the game in the first overtime on a missed 29 yard field goal. Stout had the ball to open the second overtime and capitalized on 4th-and-1 when quarterback Sean Borgerding hit Tyler Seymour for a 16-yard score. The Pointers had the ball and, after getting a first down to the Stout 13, the Blue Devils' Aaron Wisecup forced a fumble and Haydon Miller hopped on the ball to seal Stout's first conference win of the season. John Smoczynski John Smozynski scores one of his two TDs. / Photo by Patrick O'Conner On the first drive of the game, UW-Stout took nine plays and 77 yards and ended it with a 6-yard John Smozynski touchdown reception from Borgerding for Smozynski's first collegiate score But the Pointers answered back on the ensuing kickoff when Donovan Lucas returned the ball 78 yards to tie the game at 7-7 at the 11:03 mark of the first period. After punts by both teams, the Blue Devils took a drive for 11 plays and ended with another John Smozynski receiving touchdown from Sean Borgerding to make the first quarter end in favor of Stout, 14-7. But the Pointers wouldn't back down. The offense found their groove and Markell Outlaw caught a long touchdown pass from Matt Urmanski. The touchdown play went 83 yards and the score was back to even. The Pointers would take their first lead with 5:41 left in the first half. Jonte Webb scored on a 16 yard touchdown pass from Urmanski. Stevens Point went for two, but the failed to pick up points and the score was 20-14. The Blue Devils got back on the board on a Shaheen Ameen three yard touchdown run to regain the lead at 21-20. Stout would kill some clock at the end of the second half and took 4:40 off the clock. With only 55 seconds left in the half, the Pointers went down the field and kicked a field goal to take the lead going into half. The score going into halftime was 23-21 in favor of Stevens Point. With very good defense by both sides, there was no score in the third quarter. Ameen Shahan Ameer scored his first collegiate TD. / Photo by Patrick O'Connor The fourth quarter saw a lot of back and forth action as both teams tried to seal the win. With 7:31 left in the game, the Blue Devils' Alex Benzinger made a 39 yard field goal and Stout took the lead, 24-23. Only 2:39 after Stout took the lead, Stevens Point's Devin Baldridge caught a 22 yard pass from Urmanski. The Pointers two point conversion was good and was looking at a 31-24 score. With only 4:35 left in the game, Stout drove the ball quickly and scored on a Sean Borgerding 11 yard touchdown run. The extra point by Benzinger was good and the score was tied up at 31-31. Stevens Point had a chance to take the ball and end the game with points, but the Stout defense came up big and stopped them. With the big defensive stop, the Blue Devils looked to regain the lead and win the game. But the Pointers' defense came up big and the game was headed to overtime. In the first overtime, Stevens Point had the ball first and on a 3rd and 39, Blue Devil's Mason Priebe intercepted a ball thrown by Urmanski to give Stout a chance to win the game. With Stout on the 23 yard line, the Blue Devils had a chance to seal a win, but the kick was missed wide left. In the second overtime, Stout started with the ball and was looking at a 4th and 1 on the 16 yard line. On a hard count, the Pointers' defense jumped offside and Stout was looking at a "free play". Borgerding threw a pass in the endzone and Tyler Seymour grabbed it to score the touchdown. The score was 38-31 and the Pointers had a chance to tie the game. On a first and 10on the 13 yard line, a Stevens Point running back took the carry. But Aaron Wisecup forced a fumble and Haydon Miller hopped on the ball to end the game. Sean Borgerding had 287 through the air and also had three touchdowns. Borgerding also had a career high in rushing yards with 149 and also scoring a touchdown. Pointers' Matt Urmanski ended the game with 266 yards through the air and three touchdowns. Shahan Ameen had 10 carries for 44 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Nick Arguedas also had five carries for 23 yards. Kevion McDonald led the receivers with 136 yards with nine catches. Tyler Seymour had five receptions for 51 yards and big 2OT touchdown. John Smozynski had two catches for 10 yards and both catches led to touchdowns. Up next for the Blue Devils is another home matchup against UW-River Falls on November 2 at 1:00pm.
  • Chronicling a comeback
    September 11, 2018
    Down 17-0 in the third quarter on Saturday, UW-Stout not only was back on its heels, it hadn't scored a point all season. But the Blue Devils came back to win by blocking an extra point in overtime. Joe Sager brings you the oral history of the comeback, through the eyes of five key participants.
  • Roundup: Week 2 is rally time
    September 08, 2018
    UW-Stout, Franklin & Marshall and Beloit were among the teams that rallied from second-half deficits to post victories in Saturday's action. Stout won on a walkoff blocked extra point, Beloit won on a field goal with 22 seconds left and F&M just won going away. 
  • How to pull off an upset
    September 10, 2017
    It takes aggression. Fourth downs, fake punts, and two-point conversions all factored into the weekend's biggest upsets. Snap Judgments looks at how those games shake up the national championship race.
  • Top 25 wrapup: Tommies toppled; UWW 0-2
    September 09, 2017
    Concordia-Moorhead sent the Warhawks to 0-2 for the first time since 1999, while St. Thomas fell at UW-Stout and Bridgewater grabbed perhaps its most significant win since 2003. Saturday's Top 25 wrapup.
  • Whitewater runs past Blue Devils in season finale
    November 14, 2015
    It's a big enough task to take on the two-time defending national champion, but to have to play without your starting quarterback made the task all the harder as UW-Whitewater defeated UW-Stout, 63-14, in the Blue Devils' season finale at Warhawk Stadium Saturday.
  • Blue Devils down Pointers in thriller in final home game
    November 07, 2015
    UW-Stout gave up a 17 point lead to fall behind 31-27, but the Blue Devils kept battling as Brian Alvarez caught a 73-yard pass to the UW-Stevens Point 7, and two plays later quarterback Hank Kujak hit brother Reggie Kujak for a 2-yard TD play and Stout took a 34-31 win over the Pointers Saturday at Williams Stadium on Senior Day and Military Appreciation Day.
  • Blue Devils come up short at La Crosse, 28-21
    October 10, 2015
    UW-Stout scored touchdowns by the pass, by the run and on special teams but it wouldn't be enough as the Blue Devils lost 28-21 to UW-La Crosse at Veterans Memorial Stadium Saturday.
  • Blue Devils drop barnburner to No. 6 Wartburg, 41-33
    September 19, 2015
    With the exception of two minutes late in the first half, UW-Stout played toe-to-toe with sixth-ranked Wartburg College, but in the end, it was those two minutes that made the difference in the game and the Knights came out of Don & Nona Williams Stadium with a 41-33 win Saturday night.
  • UW-Stout wins shootout with Loras College
    September 12, 2015
    In a wild, wild west shootout, UW-Stout prevailed over Loras College, 52-42, Saturday in Dubuque, Iowa. The two teams combined for 1336 yards of total offense, with Stout compiling 534 yards of offense and Loras rolling up 792 yards of offense. In the final 2-minutes, 55-seconds of the second quarter, the two teams combined for four TDs, two each and Stout held a 28-21 halftime lead.
  • Blue Devils give 20th Bethel all they can handle for three quarters
    September 03, 2015
    UW-Stout gave Bethel University all they could handle for three quarters, but the 20th-ranked Royals pulled away with three fourth quarter touchdowns to hand the Blue Devils a 35-20 season-opening loss at Don & Nona Williams Stadium Thursday. Stout quarterback Hank Kujak recorded career-bests in attempted passes, completions and total yards, and Brian Alvarez had a career day with 135 receiving yards.
  • Blue Devils come back, but late TD gives Pointers 31-24 win
    November 15, 2014
    UW-Stout came back after falling behind 17-0 early and tied the game at 24 before a late touchdown run by the Pointers gave UW-Stevens Point a 31-24 victory over the Blue Devils. Senior running back Tanner Kuehn turned in a career-best 122 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries, including a 54-yarder late to tie the game with under seven minutes remaining.
  • Seniors shine, Stout scores 27 unanswered points in 34-23 win over Falcons
    November 08, 2014
    After falling behind 23-7 with under a minute to go in the first half, UW-Stout came roaring back for a 34-23 victory behind huge days by Luke Bakkum, Aaron Jenny, Tanner Kuehn and Garrett Peterson on Senior Day at Don and Nona Williams Stadium Saturday afternoon.
  • Fast start by No. 13 Pioneers too much for Blue Devils to overcome
    October 25, 2014
    Running back Tanner Kuehn and wide receiver Chris Pica-Anderson turned in career days and Stout's defense held Platteville to zero points in the second half, but the Blue Devils were unable to find paydirt as they fell 21-0 to 13th ranked Platteville at Don and Nona Williams Stadium Saturday afternoon. Defensively, Stout had five sacks on the afternoon, including 1.5 each from Iyen Ogbomoh and Jamie Rohrig.
  • Blue Devils blanked by top-ranked Warhawks
    October 11, 2014
    UW-Stout held Whitewater to their lowest point total of the season, but the high-powered Warhawk offense proved to be too much as Stout fell 37-0 on Homecoming at Don and Nona Williams Stadium. For Stout, Matt Small had three catches for 73 yards while Collin Laursen led four Blue Devils in double digit tackles with 13 on the afternoon.
  • Ninth ranked Wartburg College downs UW-Stout, 45-14
    September 20, 2014
    Wartburg College threw for six touchdown passes – three in the second period – and went on to a 45-14 win over UW-Stout Saturday night.
  • Stout's Aaron Jenny scored three TDs as Blue Devils tip Loras, 21-17
    September 13, 2014
    The last time Aaron Jenny scored 18 points was last February at UW-Platteville, but that was on the basketball court. Jenny hauled in three touchdown receptions Saturday to lead UW-Stout to a 21-17 win over Loras College at Don and Nona Williams Stadium.
  • Fourth quarter dooms Stout to 23-19 opening loss to Dakota Wesleyan
    September 06, 2014
    UW-Stout led 19-7 heading into the final quarter, but host Dakota Wesleyan scored 16 unanswered points to take the season opener for both teams, 23-19, Saturday at Joe Quintel Field.
  • Blue devils unable to recover from turnovers, fall 19-14 to Pointers
    November 16, 2013
    Adolfo Pacheco's fourth consecutive hundred yard game wasnt enough, as the Blue Devils fell 19-14 to UW-Stevens Point. The teams combined to turn the ball over nine times as the rainy weather made playing conditions less than ideal.
  • Blue Devils Triumph 35-27 in Battle for I-94
    November 02, 2013
    A second straight 100-yard game for Adolfo Pacheco, three Hank Kujak touchdown passes and five quarterback sacks by the defense led the Blue Devils to their first conference win of the season, 35-27 over UW-Eau Claire. With the win, the Blue Devils reclaimed the Battle for I-94 trophy.
  • Eagles run past UW-Stout at Blue Devils' homecoming
    October 19, 2013
    UW-La Crosse jumped out to an early 7-0 lead and never looked back, handing the Blue Devils a 21-3 loss on Homecoming at Don and Nona WIlliams Stadium. The Blue Devils only points came on a 42-yard Ricky Marteney field goal.
  • Blue Devils so close to pulling off win over eighth ranked Titans
    October 05, 2013
    Stout nearly pulled off a huge comeback before two late turnovers doomed the team as they fell to UW-Oshkosh 28-26 on a rainy afternoon. Despite falling behind 21-0 in the first quarter, the Blue Devils mounted a serious comeback, outscoring Oshkosh 26-7 the rest of the way.
  • Kujak, Morning make connections for second straight week, Stout downs Jamestown
    September 14, 2013
    UW-Stout quarterback Hank Kujak recorded his second 200-yard plus passing game, Trevor Morning caught 10 passes and Ricky Marteney booted two field goals as the Blue Devils defeated Jamestown College, 13-7, Saturday at rainy Rollie Greeno Stadium in Jamestown, ND. Defensively, Luke Bakkum had 15 tackles and a sack and David Lindell had 10 tackles
  • Morning, Kujak have career days in Stout's opening win over Dakota Wesleyan
    September 07, 2013
    Career games from quarterback Hank Kujak and wide receiver Trevor Morning led the Blue Devils to a convincing 35-20 season opening win against Dakota Wesleyan.
  • Brown's big day can't lift UW-Stout over UW-Oshkosh
    November 10, 2012
    Running back Eric Brown turned in a memorable last game for the Blue Devils, rushing for 136 yards on 24 carries and catching two passes for 86 yards and a touchdown. Despite his strong effort, UW-Stout's season came to an end as the Blue Devils fell to fifth-ranked UW-Oshkosh, 27-18 on Senior Day at Don and Nona Williams Stadium.
  • Pioneers blaze path through the airwaves on way to seven aerial TDs
    November 03, 2012
    UW-Platteville scored seven passing touchdowns to take a 62-20 win over UW-Stout Saturday at Pioneer Stadium. The Pioneers' quarterback Bryce Corrigan was 23-of-34 for 356 yards and seven touchdowns. Trevor Whitehead had TD pass receptions of 57-, 40-, 10-, 64-yards, finishing with five receptions for 181 yards.
  • Sluggish offense results in loss to River Falls
    October 27, 2012
    UW-Stout's offense struggled to find a rhythm all afternoon and UW-River Falls delivered the big plays when they needed them, resulting in a 24-14 road win for the Falcons, Saturday afternoon at Don and Nona Williams Stadium.
  • Blue Devils off to quick start, but Eagles take over for 33-18 win
    October 20, 2012
    UW-Stout scored 10 first quarter points, but UW-La Crosse scored the next 26 points on their way to a 33-18 win at Veterans Memorial Stadium Saturday.
  • Fifth ranked Whitewater knocks off UW-Stout
    October 13, 2012
    The UW-Stout football team was unable to get anything going as #5 UW-Whitewater rolled to a 41-7 victory over the Blue Devils during the annual Hall of Fame Game.
  • Blizel's dominant day give UW-Stout 31-14 win over UW-Stevens Point
    October 06, 2012
    UW-Stout quarterback Michael Blizel ran for three touchdowns and threw for another in leading the Blue Devils to a 31-14 Homecoming victory over the UW-Stevens Point Pointers Saturday at Don & Nona Williams Stadium.
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