Even if you’re not a football fan, there might still be merit in watching Super Bowl LVI. Our staff has four alternate motivations for you.
From football to soccer and cross country, athletes and coaches have never been more excited to step back onto the field and compete with some modicum of normalcy.
Senior Andrew Whitaker isn’t your average college student. On top of his biomedical engineering coursework, Whitaker competes for two different Washington University sports teams: football and track and field.
Due to social distancing guidelines, the football team has not been able to practice as a full unit and they haven’t been able to practice in full equipment. But they have remained devoted to keeping prepared for a season that may never come.
On the psychology of seeing a younger, smaller athlete on your hometown team.
It’s February right now, and that means something we’ve been waiting for is coming. Is it a good night’s sleep? The Iowa caucus results? The actual Iowa caucus results? No, February means the return of…
In 1990, Aaron Keen came to St. Louis as a member of one of football head coach Larry Kindbom’s first recruiting classes. Thirty years later, on Jan. 6, 2020, the University announced that Keen will return to become the next head coach of Washington University’s football team.
2019 was an eventful year for the Bears. Here’s a look at the top 10 Wash. U. sports stories of the year.
This is the second half of a two-part interview with Washington University football head coach Larry Kindbom, who is retiring this season after 31 years coaching the Bears.
The Bears made the last game of Coach Larry Kindbom’s career one to remember, sending their head coach into retirement with a blowout victory over Carroll University, 62-14. Wash. U. finishes the season 7-3, their 24th winning season in Kindbom’s 31 years coaching the team.
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