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The Big Sky Conference recently expanded by adding four new schools to the field. While it’s still a few months away from the football season, I’d like to take a look at what the season has to offer. With the expansion to the Big Sky, it’s sure to see an increase in competition as teams […]

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This week, Damian Lillard was drafted into the NBA by the Portland Trailblazers, becoming the 15th Wildcat to hear his name called on draft night. Here is a look at Weber State University’s NBA Draft history. The first Wildcat selected in the draft was Jerry Trice, in 1966. Trice was drafted by the Baltimore Bullets […]

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Over the course of a three-day road trip to Montana, I earned a new nickname, met some new friends and got to do some in-depth coverage of a conference tournament. On Monday afternoon, a van full of students from Weber State University news organizations set out to Missoula, Mont., to cover the Big Sky Conference […]

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[media-credit id=13 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit]For the second time in a week, the Weber State University men’s basketball team lost to the University of Montana, this time in the Big Sky Conference title game. WSU fell to the Grizzlies 85-66. Damian Lillard said he was disappointed with the loss and was hoping to get revenge against UM. […]

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After a close game against Portland State University, the Weber State University men’s basketball team will play in the conference final tonight against the University of Montana Grizzlies. This will be the third meeting this season between the two rivals. During the regular season, they split the series, with WSU winning in Ogden, and UM […]

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[media-credit id=13 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] WSU knocks off Portland State University 69-63 to advance to Big Sky Conference final tomorrow night. WSU will face the winner of Eastern Washington University and University of Montana   In a physical game that came down to the final minutes, the Weber State University men’s basketball team was able to […]

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