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Oscar Uyamadu leads Mastodons over Northern Kentucky

Thanks to a pair of goals from Oscar Uyamadu, Fort Wayne men’s soccer shutout Northern Kentucky on Wednesday (Sept. 14) evening in a non-conference contest at the Hefner Soccer Complex.

USF’s Ferrer earns sixth Player of the Week honor

USF quarterback Nick Ferrer earned his USF record sixth Mid-States Football Association Player of the Week honor for his 295 yard, five touchdown game in a 37-6 University of Saint Francis win on Saturday over Taylor University.

Butler blanks Fort Wayne 4-0

Fort Wayne (2-6-0) will be back in action on Friday (Sept. 16) at 7 p.m. as the Mastodons host the Bowling Green Falcons.

Moore leads Cincinnati over Purdue 38-20

Quarterback Hayden Moore passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more, and linebacker Mike Tyson intercepted Purdue’s David Blough three times, laying the foundation for a relatively easy victory.

Lagow helps Hoosiers take easy route past Ball St. 30-20

On a day Lagow threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns and Redding extended his streak of consecutive 100-yard games to five, Indiana forced three turnovers, pitched its first first-half shutout in four years and survived a frantic fourth-quarter flurry for a 30-20 victory over Ball State.

Kizer leads No. 18 Notre Dame to 39-10 win over Nevada

Kizer was 15 of 18 for 156 yards with one interception and Equanimeous St. Brown led Irish receivers with six catches for 85 yards with Torii Hunter Jr. out with a concussion sustained against Texas.

Heritage grad Conner Sheehan leads Bluffton past Trine

Bluffton quickly went ahead 14-0 with a 25-yard run by Dante Carroll and an 18-yard pass from Conner Sheehan to Micah Roberson. The Beavers took advantage of three Thunder turnovers to take a 14-3 lead after the first quarter.

James Blackmon Jr. cleared to practice

After a torn ACL ended his sophomore season early, Fort Wayne native James Blackmon Jr. has been cleared to practice with the Hoosiers

Purdue opens season with win over Eastern Kentucky

Leroy Clark and Gelen Robinson’s first-quarter interceptions helped Purdue build an early 21-0 lead, and the Boilermakers outlasted the Football Championship Subdivision Colonels 45-24 in the season opener for both teams.