Monthly Archives: January 2011

Weber State basketball: Wildcats to face San Jose State in Bracketbusters (Updated)

Weber State will find its way to San Jose (State) on Feb. 19 in an ESPNU Bracketbusters matchup. Bracketbusters pairings were announced Monday afternoon by ESPN. The Wildcats-Spartans matchup will not be televised and the gametime has not yet been … Read More

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Weber State basketball: Snakebitten Wildcats try to keep winning as injuries pile up

I’m at Stott Arena in Portland, getting ready for another Big Sky battle between Weber State and Portland State — if the Wildcats have enough healthy players left take the court. Losing Big Sky MVP Damian Lillard was only the … Read More

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Weber State basketball: Hughey’s game-winner was a last-second improvisation

Lindsey Hughey’s wild 3-pointer from the corner that proved to be the game-winner against Northern Arizona last Saturday was no Hollywood-scripted ending. It wasn’t scripted at all. Weber State’s 68-67 victory over NAU was its first Big Sky Conference win … Read More

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Six Degrees of Weber State: McBride-Meyer-Mullen-Crowton-Kelly-Today’s BCS title game

Sometimes I like to play a little game I call “Six Degrees of Weber State.” Let’s start with Ron McBride, who before becoming the head football coach at Weber State, was once the coach at the University of Utah. McBride … Read More

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Weber State basketball: Making the midseason adjustments

Most college basketball teams use the preseason to find and define the roles of each player on the team. In the last few weeks, Weber State has had to start all over. Losing a returning Big Sky MVP like Damian … Read More

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Roll out the purple carpet? WSU asks fans for football field design ideas

Boise State is famous for its blue football field nicknamed the Smurf Turf and is a perennial threat to be a BCS buster. Eastern Washington is playing for an FCS national title in its first season since installing a red … Read More

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