Field goal try wide on final play, Army holds off Navy 14-13

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal in a swirling snow on the final play and Army held off Navy 14-13 Saturday to win its first Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy since 1996. Army (9-3) earned its second straight win over Navy (6-6) following 14 straight losses in the series. Ahmad Bradshaw pushed over the goal line on quarterback sneak with 5:10 remaining and Blake Wilson kicked the extra point to put Army ahead. Quarterback Malcolm Perry, who ran […]

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WSU quarterback Luke Falk wins Burlsworth Award

SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Washington State quarterback Luke Falk has topped Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield to win the Burlsworth Award, given annually to the top college football player who began his career as a walk-on. Falk had finished behind two-time winner Mayfield in each of the last two years, but he won during his third time as a finalist — coming off a season in which the senior threw for 3,593 yards and 30 touchdowns for the Cougars (9-3). #GoCougs #BurlsworthTrophy […]

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Bama over Buckeyes: The College Football Playoff is set

GRAPEVINE, TX — It was Decision Day for the College Football Playoff, and while the top three teams were locked in, there was a lot of drama about No. 4: one-loss Alabama with no conference championship or two-loss conference champion, Ohio State. After a long night of debate with the committee, here’s what they came up with: IN. #CFBPlayoff pic.twitter.com/ktPV54UNBO — College Football Playoff (@CFBPlayoff) December 3, 2017 It’s No. 1 Clemson, No. 2 Oklahoma, No.3 Georgia, and No. 4 […]

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AP Source: WSU’s Leach meets with Tennessee about coaching job

PULLMAN — A person with direct knowledge of the meeting says Washington State football coach Mike Leach met with Tennessee athletic director John Currie to discuss the Volunteers’ coaching vacancy. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither side intended to make the meeting public. The meeting was in Los Angeles earlier Thursday and Leach was scheduled to fly back to Pullman. Leach has been at Washington State for six years and is 38-37, but […]

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#LetHerLive: First daughters defend Malia Obama

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Malia Obama is all grown up y’all! People are throwing a fit over a video of the oldest Obama daughter allegedly blowing smoke rings in a bathroom. Not only that, there’s a TMZ video swimming around the internet of Malia playing tonsil hockey with a dude at a tailgate! Malia Obama is getting some ACTION at the tailgate party! #TMZ pic.twitter.com/WGDIJObji8 — TMZ (@TMZ) November 25, 2017 Riveting right? The videos have gained plenty of attention, but […]

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110th Apple Cup: Will UW Spoil WSU’s Season?

SEATTLE — No. 13 Washington State can reach the team’s first Pac-12 title game by beating No. 17 Washington in the 110th Apple Cup. This is only the seventh time in the history of the Apple Cup that both teams are ranked in the top 25. The Cougars would be crowned the North Division champions with a win. If WSU loses, Stanford would win the division and move on to the Pac-12 title game. Washington State has had big wins […]

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