Senior Matt Page is not one for platitudes, but when he made the improbable transition from second string quarterback to star tight end of the Washington University Bears, he had to answer some of those soft questions.
The Washington University football team’s rush defense had a harrowing challenge in its first two games of the season.
The Washington University football team surrendered 641 yards of total offense and had their nine-game home winning streak snapped in a 39-28 loss against Centre College Saturday at Francis Field.
As the Bears begin their pursuit of a Southern Athletic Association (SAA) title, they’ll once again need to rely on a high-scoring offense while establishing a consistently stout defense, especially on the road. Here is an idea of what to expect in the coming season.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.