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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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Wildcats look for carryover against PSU

Coming off of its bye week, the Weber State University football team will travel to Oregon to take on Portland State University on Saturday afternoon. The Vikings are coming off of their first conference win of the season, while the Wildcats look to win their first Big Sky Conference game. “They do a lot of […]

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Football uses bye to heal, improve

After a rough eight games to begin the season, the Weber State University football team had its bye week last week. The team looked to get players back from injury and to continue the positive trend it saw in its game against Montana State University. “We’ve got a lot of bodies out there taking a […]

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Football makes late mistakes, falls to MSU

After three quarters, it looked like a Cinderella story in the making, but with a few late mistakes, the Weber State University football team lost 34-16 to No. 5-ranked Montana State University on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats had multiple chances to keep up and even overtake the Bobcats, but they committed three turnovers in enemy […]

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Football to host Montana State

In the first afternoon home game of the season for the Weber State University football team, the Wildcats will host the Bobcats of Montana State University. The game will begin at 3:30 p.m. in the Stewart Stadium. The Bobcats are currently ranked fifth in the Football Championship Subdivision. MSU is coming off of a big […]

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