In a dominant performance, the No. 9 Weber State Wildcats claimed a share of their first Big Sky...
In a dominant performance, the No. 9 Weber State Wildcats claimed a share of their first Big Sky football championship since 2008 with a win over Idaho State on Saturday afternoon at Stewart Stadium.
Three years ago, Weber State football notched only two wins for the second consecutive season. Despite the poor record, there was still optimism around the program’s future with then first-year head coach Jay Hill tasked with rebuilding the team back into a contender.
With a dominant win over Portland State, the Weber State football team has Idaho State standing between it and a Big Sky Championship. But more than a conference title in on the line. Big implications for the FCS Playoffs are also in play. See what they are in the latest installment of Weber State...
Weber State football has all but clinched a playoff spot and is now one win away from serious consideration to host a playoff game after crushing Portland State.
They may not have walked off Weber State’s Stewart Stadium field with their first state championship since 1997, but to Morgan head coach Kovi Christiansen, the Trojans have nothing to hang their heads about.
The UHSAA announced a change in the location for the 3A high school football championship between Morgan and Juan Diego.
A Big Sky Championship is still in the cards for Weber State and an appearance in the FCS Playoffs seems all but certain.
Morgan scored its points in bunches and after a brief scare, it was more than enough to defeat Juab in the state 3A semifinals Friday evening.
The longest winning streak in Weber High School football history came to an end despite a promising start Friday in the 6A quarterfinals.