Swan powers Patriots to win in Division II Little Super Bowl
Fullback Carter Swan ran 14 times for 249 yards and four touchdowns and the Personal Best/Hartley’s Pizza Patriots capped an undefeated season by beating the Oakland Rams 25-6 in the Cumberland Area Youth Football League’s Division II Little Super Bowl at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
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
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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
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