WKU football suffered a significant roster loss Tuesday, as freshman wide receiver Manuel "Manny" Allen, a former four-star recruit, entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal, according to 247Sports' 2019 College Football Transfer Portal.
Former WKU football player Torrold “Rod” Smart was declared "a missing endangered person" in Lancaster County, South Carolina, according to a Facebook post shared by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday.
Former WKU football player Nacarius Fant was sentenced to five years in prison Monday for drug trafficking following his arrest in August of 2018.Warren Circuit Judge John Grise sentenced the Bowling Green native to five years. His scheduled release date is June 16, 2024, according to the Wa…
After its linebacking corps was thinned by graduations, transfers and a foot injury sustained by probable starter redshirt senior Eli Brown this spring, the WKU football team is set to bring in reinforcements at the position.
Former WKU football coach Jimmy Feix will be on the 2020 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame announced today. Feix coached the Hilltoppers from 1968-1983 and is the program's all-time leader in wins with 106.
With football season on the horizon, preseason honors are already being handed out. Athlon Sports has named eight Hilltoppers to the 2019 All-Conference USA Team in its annual college football magazine.
Three former Hilltoppers got the chance to continue their football careers at the next level this week, as tight end Mik'Quan Deane, defensive back Joe Brown III and defensive back DeAndre Farris each signed contracts with professional clubs in the United States and Canada.
One year removed from a season that saw all games at Houchens-Smith Stadium played under the lights at 6:30 p.m., WKU football will play a slightly more varied schedule during the 2019 season.
When WKU football opens its 2019 season against Central Arkansas on Aug. 29, five players that played in the annual Red vs. White Spring Game on April 13 will not take the field.
It’s been a long road for former WKU tight end Mik’Quan Deane, but the next stop has the potential to be the happiest one yet, as Deane has signed with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent, he told the Herald Sunday.