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Picking My College

About a year ago, I was getting ready to start my senior year at Corner Canyon High School. You would think that I would want to live in the moment and cherish the last days of my high school career, but no. 1,815 more words


Beavers officially announce addition of ex-USU QB Darell Garretson

A little over a month after it was first reported, Darell Garretson‘s move to a Pac-12 school has been made officially official.

Oregon State announced Monday that Garretson has transferred into first-year head coach… 143 more words

Rumor Mill

Steelers All-22 Film Review: Kevin Whimpey known for strength, shows agility

The Steelers love athletic offensive linemen.

David DeCastro and Maurkice Pouncey are excellent athletes. Kelvin Beachum is an excellent athlete. Ramon Foster and Marcus Gilbert aren’t negatives in this category, but looking ahead to the future, this team needs depth at both tackle and guard. 494 more words

Steelers Wire News

Three! Two! One!: Fines vs. Field Rushes

Sixty minutes, four quarters, two halves, or however you like to imagine it, college football is very unpredictable. It’s an atmosphere in which some of the biggest upsets occur in the same day, hour, or even minute. 1,034 more words

College Football

College Baseball Coaching Ticker: June 2nd

Arkansas-Little Rock: Northwestern State assistant Matt Farmer has been named an assistant coach at UALR. His duties will include coaching first base and helping out with pitching. 225 more words

Coaching News

Md. Climber Dead After Falling 80 Feet In Green Canyon

NORTH LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Officials have identified a rock climber who died after falling 80 feet in northern Utah’s Green Canyon near Logan.

Cache County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Matt Bilodeau identified the climber Friday as 23-year-old Matthew Del Grosso, a Utah State University student from Maryland. 107 more words


Post-Season Superlatives

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With the college basketball season at a close, awards are being given and history is being written. But with all the MVP, Coach of the Year, and various other awards going out, it’s time someone cover the important stuff … high school yearbook style. 194 more words