Cheney, WA (SportsNetwork.com) – Eastern Washington will play Washington State
for the third time in seven seasons when they meet on Sept. 15, 2018 at Martin
Stadium in Pullman.
The two programs had not played since 1908 when they met in 2012 – a 24-20 WSU
victory. They are scheduled to play on Sept. 3, 2016 as well.
The 2018 game will mark the sixth straight season and eighth time in nine years
that Eastern will play a Pac-12 school.
“We appreciate the opportunities Pac-12 schools are giving us, particularly
Washington State and Washington,” said Eastern head coach Beau continue
Pine Bluff, AR (Sports Network) – Arkansas-Pine Bluff football will try to
rebound from a disappointing season during an 11-game 2014 schedule announced
The Golden Lions finished 2-9 last year after winning the Southwestern Athletic
Conference title in 2012.
Coach Monte Coleman’s squad will open the season at Texas State on Aug. 30.
UAPB’s schedule includes five home games at Golden Lions Stadium. Concordia
(Ala.) will visit for a non-conference game on Sept. 6, and the Golden Lions
also will host SWAC opponents Jackson State (Sept. 27), Mississippi Valley
State (Nov. 1), Prairie View A&M (Nov. 8, Homecoming) continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Penn football coach Al Bagnoli said
Wednesday he will retire after the 2014 season – his 23rd with the Quakers.
Longtime defensive coordinator Ray Priorie will take over as the team’s head
coach on Dec. 1.
“It is with mixed emotion that I announce my resignation as head football
coach, effective at the conclusion of the 2014 season,” Bagnoli, 61, said in a
statement. “It has been an honor and privilege to be part of the tremendous
tradition and success Penn has enjoyed throughout its long, storied history.
“I remain appreciative of having the opportunity continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – It’s not Jimmy Garoppolo’s fault.
All he did as a senior at Eastern Illinois last year was to go out and
quarterback the Panthers to a second straight Ohio Valley Conference
championship and the No. 2 ranking in the FCS for much of the season, while
winning the Walter Payton Award.
He never set out to overshadow the terrific all-conference and All-America
talent on EIU’s roster.
Just like Garoppolo isn’t trying to overshadow the talent available from the
FCS ranks for the NFL Draft come May 8-10. The media is making it happen that
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – With so much talk in college football
surrounding the Northwestern University players’ attempt at unionizing, the
focus of discussion has swayed heavily in the direction of annual salaries for
This despite the Northwestern players saying the reason for unionizing has
almost nothing to do with the pay-for-play notion.
The original focal point of the union talks centered around players receiving
medical insurance for injuries pertaining to their football careers. If a
player was to be injured in a football-related manner, the union would make
sure he received some form of medical aid after continue