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WSU senior has big-league dreams

After his time at Weber State University has ended, one Wildcat has big-league aspirations. WSU punter Tony Epperson, a business administration major, looks to enter the NFL draft when his time at WSU is through. “I have a lot of people around that think I have that ability to go to the next level,” Epperson […]

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In the late 1970s and in the ’80s, the New Orleans Saints of the NFL were so abysmal the fans started wearing paper sacks over their heads so they would not be recognized as fans of the team. As I look at the Weber State football team, I wonder if Weber State fans have wanted […]

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Wildcats draw second-straight FBS opponent

The Weber State University football team will continue its three-game road stand this week as it travels to Logan to take on Utah State University. The game will be WSU’s second-straight game against a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent. The Wildcats are coming off of a 70-7 blowout loss against the University of Utah. The Utes racked up […]

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WSU football set to face Utes

The Weber State University football team will travel to Salt Lake City on Saturday to take on the University of Utah. The game will be held at noon at Rice-Eccles Stadium. WSU is coming off a win against Stephen F. Austin State University, its first home victory under second-year head coach Jody Sears. The Wildcat […]

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Redshirt freshman suspended for fighting

Weber State University football player Oran Maxwell has been suspended for his involvement in a fight, announced Big Sky commissioner Doug Fullerton and WSU on Tuesday. Maxwell, a redshirt freshman running back from Orlando, Fla., left the bench area and threw a punch with two minutes and 45 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of […]

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The Weber State University softball team is preparing to start play next month in the inaugural season of softball in the Big Sky Conference. Last season, the Wildcats went 21-31. Last year, before softball was a Big Sky sport, the Wildcats partic viagra online uk ipated in the Pacific Coast Softball Conference. Their season will […]

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