Max Bortenschlager threw two touchdown passes, Jake Funk ran for a pair of fourth-quarter scores and Maryland outlasted Indiana 42-39 Saturday to keep the Hoosiers winless in the Big Ten.
Matt Kominkiewicz returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown as No. 1 USF is demolishing Lindenwood at the half, 49-0.
Snider held Homestead to -5 rushing yards and they advance on in the Class 6A playoffs with the commanding win over Homestead, 37-0.
Diontae Johnson made four catches for a career-high 170 yards and two touchdowns, and returned a punt 87 yards for a score to help Toledo cruise past Ball State 58-17 on Thursday night.
University of Saint Francis quarterback Nick Ferrer has been named MSFA Mideast League Offensive Player of the Week after his record-setting game for No. 1 USF in a 56-23 win at Missouri Baptist University
Coach Brian Kelly expected Notre Dame to win big against Southern California. He even wrote it down on a piece of paper in the locker room before the game.
After throwing zero touchdowns in his last two games, the St. Francis quarterback came alive against Missouri Baptist. Ferrer threw six touchdowns as the Cougars move to 8-0 with the win, 56-23.
Trine University football scored on its first three possessions of the game and quickly jumped out to a 20-0 advantage against Hope (Mich.) College on its way to a 50-14 win against the Flying Dutchmen in a Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association game at Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium in Angola, Ind.
After four long years as a scout team player, Bishop Dwenger graduate Keenan Centlivre finally played his first collegiate snap for Notre Dame against Miami (OH).
The five granite monuments will represent some of the biggest moments in Indiana history, including Indiana’s 1975-76 national championship title run, Steve Alford and Keith Smart.
Pitino, 65, is not named in court complaints in the federal probe but Postel said in a disciplinary letter that the allegations violated his contract.
The men’s basketball season is almost here for Fort Wayne as the Mastodons held their annual Tip-Off Luncheon downtown on Monday afternoon.
No. 1 St. Francis was carried to the sloppy road win over Siena Heights by running back Justin Green, 36-9. Green carried the ball 21 times for 154 yards and a trio of touchdown.
Jonathan Taylor ran for 219 yards on 30 carries, including a 67-yard touchdown, and No. 7 Wisconsin relied on its stifling defense to overcome a three-turnover afternoon and beat Purdue 17-9 on Saturday.
Karan Higdon ran 25 yards for a touchdown on the first play of overtime for No. 17 Michigan and Tyree Kinnel intercepted a fourth-down pass in the end zone on the final play as the Wolverines held off Indiana 27-20 on Saturday.
Trine moved to 6-0 on the year with the convincing win over Kalamazoo on Saturday afternoon, 42-7.
After last week’s 35-18 win over Concordia University the Saint Francis Cougars enter Saturday’s game at Siena Heights with a perfect 6-0 record.
The Carroll grad led USF tacklers with 17 total tackles including 12 solo in the top-ranked, 6-0 Cougars’ 35-18 win over the Cardinals.
Homestead midfielder Olivia Cronenwett signed her letter of intent to play soccer at St. Francis on Monday.
Markell Jones scored on a 12-yard run with 1:17 left and Elijah Sindelar rallied Purdue twice — once before a heavy storm delayed Saturday’s game and once after — to beat Minnesota 31-17.