The Butler Aviators are recognized as the Operation Football, McAfee heating and air team of the week.
Just months after moving to Seattle and ending his lengthy career with the Buffalo Bills, Fred Jackson has been involved in a car crash.
The Colts’ attempt to fool the Patriots with a fake punt Sunday night only made Indianapolis look foolish.
Dayton received 12 first-place votes, four more than runner-up Rhode Island in the Atlantic 10’s preseason poll.
Harbaugh tells The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press that he and his wife, Sara, met with the president Monday at the White House foll…
Alex Riethmiller said a “regrettable mistake by a production team” was behind the video.
Peyton Manning shook off three interceptions, and drove Denver’s offense in range for Brandon McManus to kick a 34-yard field goal, giving t…
The Bengals and their multi-threat offense continued to roll in a 34-21 win on Sunday in which they matched the team’s best start to a seaso…
J.T. Barrett played finisher for Ohio State, running for two red-zone touchdowns in the first half and the top-ranked Buckeyes rolled past P…
The Miami University football team (1-6; 0-3 Mid-American Conference) dropped a 45-12 decision to the Northern Illinois University Huskies (…
The University of Dayton Flyers broke open a 14-14 game with 30 unanswered points to win at Valparaiso 44-14 on Saturday.
Katie Kenney and Hutch Konerman were in Tipp City for this week’s Operation Football Tailgate of the Week.
On the opening drive the Bulldogs Junior Quarterback Blake Smith can’t find a receiver so he reverses direction.
Dunbar goes on to beat Thurgood Marshall 48-16.
Congratulations to the Miltion Union Cheerleaders – they are this weeks Cheerleaders of the Week.
A chilly night in Camden where Waynesville paid a visit to Preble Shawnee.
Butler scored 21 straight points to win it. Butler 34, Greenville 20.