In a game characterized by turnovers, field position, and single-season records, the Washington University football team won every battle at the University of Rochester Saturday. The Bears defense forced six Yellowjacket turnovers, including five interceptions, en route to a 28-14 victory.
The Washington University Bears football team won its second UAA game in a row on Saturday, out shooting the Case Western Reserve Spartans 49-42. The Spartans, who came into the contest with the nation’s number-two ranked offense, were beaten at their own game by a Bears team that made just enough plays to hold off a second half Spartan comeback.
In order to win its UAA opener and retain possession of the Founder’s Cup, the Washington University Bears football team had to find a way to contain the University of Chicago offense without injured star middle linebacker Brandon Roberts or starting wide receiver Jeff Buening.
Benjamin Franklin said, “There are only two guarantees in life: death and taxes.”
Well, it seems justifiable to add to that list the Bears football team’s uncanny ability to play football games that come down to the last play. The Bears traveled to Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn.
Neither the Bears’ offense, their defense, nor their special teams are as consistent as the team’s tendency to play close games.
For the fourth time in four weeks, the Washington University football team played a game that came down to the last drive.
All the “moral victories” in the world cannot make up for the pain of defeat.
For the young and developing Washington University football team, it is important to take steps and make progress in every game. Both the offense and the defense took major steps in their game against the University of Illinois-Wesleyan this past weekend at Bloomington, Illinois.
If you haven’t already done so, take note now of the 2002 Washington University Women’s Volleyball team, because by the end of the season, you will want to jump on the bandwagon.
The Bears returned from Colorado College late Sunday night winners of the 2002 Molten Pikes Peaks Challenge.
You probably don’t know it, but the women’s tennis team is 11-0. Head coach Lynn Imergoot’s squad just may be the best team you don’t know about at Washington University.
WU garnered a number 14 national ranking following the fall portion of its schedule and has only strengthened their case in the last month.
National Football League
HONOLULU (AP)-Carolina kick returner Steve Smith, one of 33 NFL players making their first appearance in the Pro Bowl, sat at this locker, just watching his NFC teammates stroll by.
“I’m a fan right now,” Smith said Tuesday. “It’s nice to be here.
Starters-Shaquille O’Neal, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant, Steve Francis
Reserves-Karl Malone, Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitski, Gary Payton, Chris Webber, Wally Szozerbick, Peja Stojakovic
While Mark Cuban’s big mouth and Shaq’s big toe have been dominating the headlines in recent weeks (an indication of how boring the first half of the NBA season has been), the Western Conference has been cleaning up once again in the NBA standings.