Tag Archives: WSU Sports Blog
Weber State University won’t tell you — wink, wink — who the “special guest from Portland” is going to be, but I will: By that time, former Wildcats star Damian Lillard will be officially announced as the 2013 NBA rookie … Read More
Weber State men’s basketball assistant Keith Berard is leaving the program to be closer to family, the Standard-Examiner has learned. Berard, a Houston native and former Southern Utah player, was at WSU for one season after five years as an … Read More
By ROY BURTON | Standard-Examiner staff | email@example.com MISSOULA, Mont. — This is what it always comes down to in the Big Sky Conference: One game for all the glory. The regular season determined the venue, but this is the one … Read More
Meet Jalen Moore.
Same arena, same shot, same result.
There will be little love lost between Montana and Weber State when the Big Sky Conference heavyweights meet again in Ogden on Valentine’s Day. Tempers flared after an emotional, physical game Saturday as the teams went through the postgame handshake … Read More
Weber State coach Randy Rahe talks about win over Eastern Washington, Joel Bolomboy’s potential, Jordan Richardson’s keys to success at point guard and Byron Fulton’s return from knee injury.
Eastern Washington recap: http://www.stan…
College football coaches and fans need a better way to talk about jobs. We need a blueprint that leaves some middle ground. It’s no moral failing for Utah State football coach Gary Andersen to take a reportedly $3 million a … Read More
Weber State went 1-2 on its three-game road stretch, but the last one was a significant win over a Dayton team that doesn’t lose often on its home court. WSU coach Randy Rahe talks about what that win could mean … Read More