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WSU hosts football camp for HopeKids

This past Saturday, the Weber State University football team hosted a football camp for the Utah HopeKids Foundation at Stewart Stadium. HopeKids is a national organization that provides ongoing events and activities and a unique support community for families who have children with cancer or other life-threatening medical conditions. “We are a family outreach organization that brings […]

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There have been some major changes to the Baltimore Ravens’ lineup this month. They have been switching things up, and I’m not exactly sure how I feel about that. It’s weird writing a column about football in the springtime, but since the big changes have been recent and I am a Ravens fan, I needed to […]

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If you have kept up with my column over the last few years, you will know that I am a Ravens fan. If this is your first time reading, well, now you know. I call them my team. So you can assume that I am a happy camper right now because — duh da duh […]

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The NFL playoffs are now in full swing, with just four teams remaining. Let’s take a look at the four remaining teams. In the AFL championship, we’ll see the New England Patriots take on the Baltimore Ravens. Last week, the Patriots blew out the Houston Texans, while the Ravens narrowly scraped by the Denver Broncos […]

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After a bye week, the Weber State University football team will be back in action this weekend as it hosts the University of Montana Grizzlies on Saturday. The last time the Wildcats played was two weeks ago, when they secured their first win of the season against Southern Utah University. Head Coach Jody Sears said […]

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We are in an awkward sports phase. Fans go through this a few times every year. I like to call this time period The Transition. The Transition is not easy.  Yet, somehow, we do it. Fall sports are ending and winter sports are starting. College football season is coming to a close. Weber State football […]

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