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WSU trainer, coach and player sound off on concussions

WSU trainer, coach and player sound off on concussions

Head injuries are the biggest issue facing the game of football. Millions of dollars are being invested in finding a solution to concussions, or at least a way to cut down on them. “A concussion is a traumatic brain injury,” said Weber State University head athletic trainer Joel Bass. “It alters the way the brain […]

WSU football ends season with a win

On a day filled with swirling winds, the Weber State University football team looked to end its season the way it started: with a win. Taking advantage of the elements, the Wildcats blew out the Idaho State University Bengals 32-7 on Saturday. “It was awesome,” said senior running back Josh Booker, who rushed for 139 […]

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Grizzlies score 28 unanswered to top Wildcats

Coming off of a narrow loss to Southern Utah University last week, the Weber State University football team looked to stop its nine-game losing streak with its game against the University of Montana on Saturday. The Wildcats were in the game in the first half, but gave up 28 unanswered points in the second, losing […]

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WSU football penalties costly against Southern Utah

Two late touchdown drives were not enough to lift the Weber State University football team over the deficit in its game against Southern Utah University on Saturday. The Wildcats fell 27-21 to the Thunderbirds. The story of the game for the Wildcats was turnovers. The Wildcats outgained SUU by nearly 100 yards, but they were […]

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Wildcats to face in-state conference rival SUU

After a tough road loss last week, the Weber State University football team will return home to face in-state rival Southern Utah University on Saturday. The game will be held at 1 p.m. at Stewart Stadium. “SUU is an in-state rival, and this game will obviously be tons of fun,” said WSU head coach Jody […]

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Football drops eighth-straight game

A new opponent, the same old story — the Weber State University football team struggled right out of the gate and fell to Portland State University 45-24 on Saturday. “Defensively, we just wore down a little bit in the second half,” said WSU head coach Jody Sears. “We missed some tackles that we usually make. […]

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