Football tops Chicago 37-23 in last regular season game

In the Washington University football team’s final game of the season, senior tailback Cody Ratermann rushed for 171 yards on 30 carried, both career highs, to lift the Bears to a comfortable 37-23 victory over Southern Athletic Association (SAA) opponent University of Chicago.

| Senior Sports Editor

Football falls to Hendrix 51-54 in wild finish

Despite a record-shattering offensive day in Conway, Ark., the Washington University football team found itself on the Hendrix College 14-yard line with four seconds left in regulation and in need of just a little more aerial magic.

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Turnovers doom football against Case Western Reserve

This weekend, the Washington University football team could not overcome junior quarterback J.J. Tomlin’s career-high six interceptions on their way to a 34-16 drubbing on the road against No. 23 Case Western Reserve University. In total, 28 of the Spartan’s points came off interceptions.

| Staff Reporter

Football dominates in record-breaking 70-32 blowout game

The Washington University football team set a Southern Athletic Association (SAA) record in points scored in a 70-32 blowout of Millsaps College on Saturday at Francis Field.

| Contributing Reporter

Football wins on the road for 1st time in 2 years, beats Sewanee 38 – 14

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Utilizing their trademark up-tempo passing attack and opportunistic ground game, the Bears steamrollered Sewanee: The University of the South 38-14 on a Saturday afternoon game on enemy soil.

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Football continues home success, beats Rhodes College 37-7

In front of over 2,000 fans, the most at Francis Field since last October, the Washington University football team allowed a season-low 181 yards of total offense on its way to dominating Rhodes College by a score of 37-7. With the win, the Bears have now won 13 of their last 14 home games.

| Staff Reporter

Berry College defense downs football Bears 20-13

The Washington University football team’s high-flying offense has been grounded. After averaging 515 total yards and 37 points per game in the first three weeks, the Bears were limited to a season-low 319 yards of total offense on their way to a 20-13 Saturday night loss at Berry College.

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Football tacks on points early in first-ever SAA victory

On the back of 21 first quarter points, the Washington University football team turned Saturday afternoon’s game into a laugher, capturing a 41-13 victory over the previously undefeated Birmingham Southern College at Francis Field.

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Football unable to keep pace with No. 19 Centre, falls 34-24

Trailing by a touchdown to start the second half, the Washington University football team could only muster a field goal on 194 yards of total offense on their way to dropping their inaugural Southern Athletic Association game to No. 19 Centre College on Saturday.

Rohan Gupta | Contributing Reporter

Football conference move to solidify schedule, decrease travel

After years of dealing with logistical issues linked to their affiliation with their University Athletic Association (UAA), the Washington University football team and athletic department have announced that the football program will become an associate member of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) starting in 2018.

| Senior Sports Editor