No. 1 ranked BYU wasted little time in asserting their will over seventh-ranked Utah to claim the annual Wasatch Cup, 76-31, in Salt Lake City, Utah Saturday. The Cougars charged out to a commanding 40-10 halftime lead before scoring another six tries in the second half. In total, BYU dotted the ball down 12 times by eight players, including a hat trick by wing Jordan Lowry.
Utah was first to get... Read More
The close games keep on coming, as do the upsets. For the fourth-straight ranking period in a row, we have intra-ranking upsets shaping the pciture. This week, the upset featured Lindenwood knocking off Davenport in Mid-South action. The result avenges for the Lions a fall loss to the Panthers.
Another upset saw unranked San Diego State knock off UCLA. The Aztecs jump into the Top 25 for their... Read More
No. 11 Lindenwood erased a six-point deficit in the second half to came back to defeat conference rival and seventh-ranked Davenport, 20-16, on under the lights on Saturday evening in St. Charles, Mo. The Lions defense shut out Panthers in the second half to bring the second annual Charles Labry Memorial Shield home.
Down by six points at halftime, Lindenwood head coach JD Stephenson said, “I had... Read More
Behind 32 unanswered points, No. 3 Life University blanked Arkansas State to win the Curt Huckaby Cup in Marietta, Ga. Saturday. Life’s defense proved too much for the Red Wolves as ASU was under pressure all match.
After a close win against Lindenwood last week, Life head coach Tui Osbourne focused on defense for the game and the results showed on Saturday. “Our defensive coach really worked... Read More
Wheeling Jesuit posted an impressive 75-18 win over in-state ruval West Virginia Saturday. Nine Cardinals accounted for 13 tries in the win. U20 No. 8 Peter Malcolm led the way with four tries, center Inosi Kau chipped in two, and seven more scored one a piece.
WJU and West Virginia have met four times since the resurrection of the Wheeling program. The Cardinals won 10-6 in the fall of 2012,... Read More
The 2015 Penn Mutual Varsity Cup bracket is set, and there are some intriguing match-ups. Back-to-back champion BYU and 2013 and 2014 runner-up Cal both receive byes to the quarterfinals, while 12 others fight it out in the opening round.
Central Washington and Navy have reached the semifinals each of the competition's first two years, trading turns losing to Cal and BYU in the penultimate... Read More
While the top 10 remains unchanged, the rest of the rankings have gone haywire thanks to a series of upsets and results. There are no new teams in the rankings, and no teams have plummeted out, but 14 teams will find a new number next to their name.
Wheeling Jesuit, Clemson and Navy all played each other over the last several weeks, with each team finishing 1-1. Navy beat Clemson, the Tigers beat... Read More
In their first game since the ACRC Bowl Series loss against Life, the sixth-ranked Black Knights battled back to defeat UMass, 28-16, in West Point, N.Y. Down by two points early in the second half, Jamison Garacci scored in the 68th minute to give Army the lead and the Black Knight defense preserved the victory.
Army got the first shot to score in the early goings after kicking for touch at the... Read More
Down by 18 points in the second half, #20 Arizona State mounted an epic comeback to beat #15 UCLA on the last play of the game, winning 27-25 in Tempe, Ariz. The Bruins built a 25-7 lead early into the second half when the Sun Devils proceeded to unload three tries and penalty kick to snatch the victory away from UCLA. The contest came down to the last play in the last minute, where Keenan... Read More
In the rematch of last year’s Pac West Conference final, Chico State (5-1) stayed in second place, this season, with a 48-28 win over Stanford (4-2). The first half featured hard fought play in the forwards with the Cardinal inching a 14-12 advantage. The Wildcats pulled away in the second half with Stanford giving chase.
“Chico State showed real class today,” Wildcats head coach Lucas Bradbury... Read More