AUSABLE TWP. – The 20th annual Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s National Team Championship (NTC), is set to kick off from the shores of Lake Huron this Thursday, for the first time in its storied h…
OSCODA – One of the biggest legends of the AuSable River Canoe Marathon is back. Nine-time champion Brett Stockton, surprised many, perhaps even himself, when he entered the 2021 race; his fir…
OSCODA – Members of the Wurtsmith Air Museum (WAM) invite individuals to participate in the 21st Pat Copland Memorial Golf Classic this Saturday at 11 a.m.
OSCODA – The HealthQuest Shore Fun Beach Run returned to Oscoda Beach Park for the fourth year on Saturday, June 26.
OSCODA – Officials at the Lakewood Shores Golf Resort in Oscoda report that Oscoda resident Austin Poland recorded a hole-in-one on July 1 during his golf round.
OSCODA – Having last played in 2018, the Oscoda AuSable Men’s Softball League is back in action this summer. Though, the road to get there was anything but ordinary as it took the cancellation…
TAWAS CITY – The winds of change in the North Star League are blowing once again. The longtime high school athletic conference announced it recently voted to accept the Charlton Heston Academy…
OSCODA – With the conclusion of the MHSAA state championship tournaments over the weekend, it officially brought an end to the 2021 spring sports season. Given the nature of athletics amidst t…
One of defensive coordinator Joe Barry's biggest tasks during camp will be identifying who can play the "Star" position.
Nebraska fans may regard the Big 12's shaky future with a degree of sadness, and perhaps a large degree of sadness. It's understandable.
CeeDee Lamb is back in his bag of tricks, albeit with a fun new wrinkle.
On Erik Chinander’s side of the ball, perhaps no single player carries the intrigue of inside linebacker Nick Henrich, a redshirt freshman from Omaha Burke.
Defensive coordinator Joe Barry will have plenty of options, with second-year linebackers Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin seemingly the favorites among holdovers on the roster.
"I’m tempted to say Alberts stole the show during Big Ten Media Days in Indianapolis,"
he writes on the new Husker athletic director.
The senior is using his pandemic-induced extra year of eligibility for one more season with Missouri.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost didn't exactly try to diminish intrigue in the 6-foot-3, 190-pound transfer wide receiver from Montana.
The former Tiger was one of 16 swimmers to qualify for the semifinals.
Former Husker QB Noah Vedral took advantage of his opportunity to play at Rutgers in 2020, and he saw success in a trying year.
The Tigers will play 13 non-conference games before beginning SEC play Sept. 24.
The Tigers host five matches to start the season.
The incoming Missouri transfer posted the low round of the day in Lewiston, New York.
Eliah Drinkwitz was lauded nationally for his performance at SEC Media Days. In a closed room for a group of local reporters, Missouri captain Case Cook was not to be outdone.
The former UW football player took credit for the athletic department's financial stability through the COVID-19 pandemic in a cover letter to apply for the athletic director position.