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St. Mary’s Springs Football is Golden Again

With Iola-Scandinavia leading 12-7 midway through the second quarter and driving for another score, St. Mary’s Springs desperately needed to make a play. So, they went out and made one. A big one. Ezra Tucker stripped the Thunderbirds’ Bryce Huettner of the ball, Zach Austin pounced on the fumble and the momentum of the WIAA […]

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St. Mary’s Springs tops Iola-Scandinavia, 35-12

St. Mary’s Springs capped an undefeated football season with its seventh state title, pulling out a 35-12 victory over Iola-Scandinavia in the Division 6 championship game Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. Cade Christensen caught three passes from Mitch Waechter for a game-high 78 yards and a pair of scores, and Clay Schueffner rushed for […]

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St. Mary’s Springs’ Waechter, Christensen show connection in state title victory

Mitch Waechter and Cade Christensen have been playing catch with a football for probably what seems like forever. The two juniors for St. Mary’s Springs, who routinely warm up playing catch before games and at halftime, used that experience on Thursday in the biggest game of their prep careers. Waechter and Christensen connected for three […]

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Army Will Beat Ohio State

Some really good quotes in this one…. “You need to spend every waking moment from here until the foot hits the ball to prepare against the wishbone,” Meyer said this week…………….. The only chance of keeping this close, and giving Army a shot at beating a Power 5 team for the first time since October […]

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HEADLINES: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH 2017

Last Weekend Ten Years In Johnson Remains Confident, Defiant as Ever Army Rolls and Navy Sails in Opening Night Wins Navy Halts Lane Train: Crushes FAU 42-19 Army Never Trails – Tops Fordham 64-6 Yellow Jackets Dazzling on Offense Despite Defeat Brilliant Debut Ends with Marshall on his Back GT Falls but TaQuan Marshall Stars […]

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Georgia Tech’s Johnson reaches Year 10 doing things his way

Paul Johnson has reached rarified territory at Georgia Tech — really, for any college football coach these days — so it seemed appropriate to ask what might be done to recognize the accomplishment. Never one to pass up the opportunity at a tongue-firmly-in-cheek response, Johnson pounced. “They gave me a Rolex,” he said, managing to […]

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Vols history shows time hasn’t helped preparation for option offense

Conventional wisdom says that if you have more time to prepare for an offense like the triple-option, which Tennessee football will deal with its first game, you’re better off. If that’s the case, Vols fans should feel relief. But unless Bob Shoop is that much better than John Chavis was at Tennessee, history tells a […]

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