Founder’s Cup

WashU and UChicago: The state of the rivalry

The rivalry dates back to the first football game between the schools, in 1933.

| Staff Reporter

‘Building from the ground up’: Football prepares to start the Keen era

“There are going to be some fun games to watch this year,” graduate student JT Streepy said.

| Senior Sports Editor

Fueled by an early offensive outburst, football blasts Chicago

The Washington University football team kicked off its fall season with a blowout of long-time rival University of Chicago on Saturday, 43-7, winning the teams’ fifth straight matchup and keeping control of the Founders Cup.

Miguel Campos | Staff Reporter

WU football preps for Founders Cup season opener at Chicago

The Washington University football team kicks off a new season this upcoming Saturday, Sept. 7 against the University of Chicago. Entering his fourth decade as head coach, Larry Kindbom will try and lead his team to their fourth NCAA playoff appearance.

Miguel Campos | Staff Writer

Football flexes muscle in opening win against Chicago

The Washington University football team opened a new season Saturday at Francis Field against the University of Chicago, establishing a 1-0 record with a 24-17 victory.

Miguel Campos | Contributing Reporter

Football bounces back to beat Chicago, 28-12, at home

The Washington University football team was able to rebound from last week’s loss to claim a 28-12 win over the University of Chicago Saturday at Francis Field.

Heman Duplechan | Contributing Reporter

Football beats rival Chicago, holds onto Founders Cup

After all the adversity and tough losses, the Washington University football team hoped to end its season on a high note against the University of Chicago. A 23-7 win against the Maroons not only gave the Bears sole possession of the University Athletic Association championship but also allowed them to retain possession of the Founders Cup. Wash. U.

| Sports Editor

Bears strike down Chicago, reclaim Founder’s Cup

Junior quarterback Dan Burkett passed for a career-high 316 yards and four touchdowns against the University of Chicago on Saturday as the Washington University football team blew out the Maroons 38-20 to regain possession of the Founder’s Cup. “This [win] feels amazing,” senior wide receiver Easton Knott said.

| Sports Reporter

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