The Spring It Is

One of the wildest weeks in college football history has produced some historic results. The FCS Playoffs will not happen in its traditional time period, much less the FCS season. After weeks of hemming and hawing, the NCAA turned over decisions on fall championships and playing to each individual division. DII and DIII wasted little…
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The Ever-Changing 2020 College Football Schedule

After a week of news that seemed like the 2020 college football season was hanging by a thumbnail, there were two interesting announcements Saturday that made it seem otherwise. Southern Illinois announced a new game for August 29th against the Big 12’s Kansas. The Salukis had their game against Wisconsin canceled earlier this month when…
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Time For The Tommies

It’s been a long strange last fourteen months for the University of St. Thomas. The long and winding road for the Tommies ended Wednesday afternoon with the news from the NCAA Division I Council that approved a waiver for St. Thomas to move from Division 3 to D1, becoming the first school to do that.…
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Izzo: The Bison May Have Finally Lost A Game

North Dakota State may have lost a football game for the first time in three years on Thursday. The news was grim for fans of college football, eerily similar to the day we experienced in March when college basketball tournaments around the country were shut down. 24 hours after the Ivy League announced its conference…
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Shanley’s Emmet Kenney Now On The Radar Of College Teams

Emmett Kenney’s road to being one of the top kickers in the Upper Midwest was not a straight one. He began his football career at wide receiver, but found he an aptitude towards kicking. As a freshman on Shanley’s football team he finally got his shot. “It’s certainly nervewracking,I remember my first field goal, it…
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