Stubbs leads Cards to Pee Wee title
Breven Stubbs scored six touchdowns to lead the Cumberland Cardinals to a 37-12 victory over the Cumberland Saints in a battle of unbeaten teams in the Pee Wee B Team Super Bowl Sunday at Keyser.
Florida State moves to No. 2
Fans of No. 3 Ohio State are becoming increasing agitated with talk of the Buckeyes’ weak schedule and the Big Ten’s strength — or lack thereof.
Texas beats West Virginia 47-40 in overtime
Case McCoy threw a 2-yard touchdown pass in overtime and Texas linebacker Steve Edmond then intercepted West Virginia’s Paul Millard in the end zone on fourth down to give the Longhorns a 47-40 win over the Mountaineers on Saturday night.
No. 1 Alabama overwhelms No. 10 LSU, 38-17
AJ McCarron threw three touchdown passes, TJ Yeldon ran for 133 yards and two scores and No. 1 Alabama overwhelmed the 10th-ranked Tigers 38-17 Saturday night.
Bengals still measure success by showing vs Ravens
That feeling hasn’t changed, even though the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens bring a 3-5 record into Sunday’s matchup against the first-place Bengals.
Bills, Steelers looking for second-half traction
A week after the worst defensive performance in the franchise’s 81-year history in a 55-31 loss to New England, Pittsburgh Steelers' Steve McLendon just wants to get back on the field and find a way to restore some sense of normalcy to a team getting pushed around in the midst of a 2-6 start.
Frankfort, Hampshire square off tonight
Something rides on every game during this final weekend of high school football, including state playoffs posturing and seedings, finishing strong and a county championship.
Alco runs over Fort Hill, 21-6
Allegany rushed for 195 yards and three players scored touchdowns as the Campers freshman team defeated Fort Hill, 21-6, Monday night in the first game of the Little Homecoming doubleheader at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
With Rodgers sidelined, Bears beat Packers 27-20
The Chicago Bears have a better insurance policy than Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
Kubiak collapses, Colts rally to beat Texans 27-24
Houston coach Gary Kubiak collapsed leaving the field at halftime and was taken by ambulance to a hospital
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