Monthly Archives: November 2010

Weber State football: Five Wildcats named to all-Big Sky Conference first team

This just released by Weber State and the Big Sky Conference: Weber State had five players, four on offense and one on defense, named First Team All-Big Sky Conference in 200 and two other players named to the Second Team.  … Read More

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Weber State basketball: Wildcats learn lessons; Rahe expects to see Aggies in Top 25

Randy Rahe, a former Utah State assistant, appreciates how hard it is to win in Logan. The Aggies are 177-13 at home during Stew Morrill’s tenure at Utah State. That means USU wins better than 93 percent of its games … Read More

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University of Montana to remain in Big Sky, won’t jump to FBS and WAC

Here is the official word from the University of Montana on its decision. Below is a statement from Big Sky Conference commissioner Doug Fullerton: UM ELECTS TO REMAIN IN BIG SKY CONFERENCE MISSOULA – The University of Montana is staying … Read More

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South Dakota backs out of Bigger Sky

South Dakota has decided to join the Missouri Valley Football Conference and the Summit League for all other sports instead of becoming the 14th member of the expanding Big Sky Conference. South Dakota would have faced potential costs of over … Read More

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A Big(ger) Sky Conference, but what is the Sky's limit?

The winds of change are blowing again in the Big Sky Conference and the clouds are starting to part. A few details remain foggy, however. The Big Sky Conference will make an announcement at 2 p.m. today about the expansion … Read More

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