No. 9 Notre Dame is back in the top 10 for the first time since 2012 after moving up two spots.
A second successive week of strong results through the air from junior quarterback Logan Haston (Avon, Ind.) to assist in lighting up the home side of the scoreboard at Carl W. Burt Memorial Field wasn’t enough for the home-standing Manchester University Spartans Saturday, Sept. 13.
Everett Golson threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as No. 11 Notre Dame scored the final 20 points Saturday night and beat Purdue 30-14.
One final possession was all William Penn University needed to ruin No. 6 University of Saint Francis hopes for win No. 2 on Saturday afternoon at Bishop John M. D’Arcy Stadium.
The Ball State football team’s nine-game home winning streak came to an end Saturday with a 27-20 loss to Indiana State at Scheumann Stadium.
The Bowling Green Falcons had not hosted a Big Ten team at Doyt Perry Stadium since 2008 and had never beaten one on their home turf. Both of those facts changed on a sunny Saturday afternoon (Sept. 13) as the Falcons won a 45-42 shootout over the Indiana Hoosiers.
Saint Francis improved to 3-1-1 on the season with a 3-0 win Wednesday night at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium over Marygrove College.
Known for its up-tempo passing attack, Indiana used its rushing game to get a win in its season opener.
Saints Francis is getting ready to host William Penn for their first Saturday game of the season this week at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium.
Having taken a giant step in the wrong direction in Week 2, Purdue has many issues to fix and not much time to fix them before playing unbeaten and 11th-ranked Notre Dame on Saturday night in Indianapolis.
Bill Scholl worked at Notre Dame for 23 years, where he was deputy athletic director before joining Ball State in Muncie, Indiana, in 2012.
The 6-2, 230-pound sophomore led the Irish with 10 tackles (one for a loss) in a stunning 31-0 shutout victory over Michigan Saturday.
IPFW Women’s volleyball player Emily Spencer was named The Summit League’s Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week for her performance September 2-7.
University of Saint Francis basketball players Brooke Ridley and Austin Fox have been chosen Crossroads League Pre-season Player of the Year in voting by rival coaches on Monday at the annual CL meetings at Huntington University.
Behind a record-setting performance by senior running back Connor Kacsor, the University of Dayton Flyer football team beat the Georgetown Hoyas 23-14 Saturday afternoon at Welcome Stadium in UD’s season opener.
After thumping Michigan 31-0, Notre Dame climbs five spots in the latest AP Poll.
Everett Golson and Notre Dame said so long to Michigan with a devastating parting shot.
The Bowling Green State University football rang up 526 yards of total offense and two special teams touchdowns en route to a 48-7 win over VMI on Saturday afternoon (Sept. 6).
The Ball State football team came up a few plays shy of another signature win Saturday as Iowa came back in the fourth quarter for a 17-13 win at Kinnick Stadium.
Cooper Rush threw two touchdown passes and Thomas Rawls ran for two more scores Saturday, giving Central Michigan a surprising 38-17 victory at Purdue.