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DOC SADLER CLASSIC. The men’s squad is taking on Southern Miss tonight at 7 p.m., and are favored to win by 17.
TIGHT END U. Some of you might have find my July article as a joke, but this is no joke, Charlie Kolar is a Mackey Award semi-finalist.
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK. Senior Eleanor Holthaus was honored by the Big 12 yesterday for her efforts against Oklahoma last Friday.
ELITE CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS. Both Callie Logue and Edwin Kurgat are both the best runners in the Midwest, and were honored as the region’s athletes of the year.
CRY ME A (PHILIP) RIVERS. The Chargers couldn’t get “passed” Rivers’ four interceptions last night in their loss to the Chiefs in México City.
HAY! THAT’S A LOT OF POINTS. Fort Hays State (D2-KS) dropped 91 points on 0-11 Northeastern State in Tahlequah on Saturday.
ALSO IN THE MIAA. . . Jacob Park scored Missouri Southern’s (2-9) only points against Pittsburg State (6-5) in a 65-6 loss.
KENTUCKY ALMOST LOST, AGAIN. The Wolverines of Utah Valley almost outclawed the Wildcats.
HOMESTEAD FINALE. Kyle Busch won his second MENCS title Sunday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway. This track isn’t going away as they have a March 2020 date.