GREEN BAY — One couldn’t have blamed Corey Linsley if he had seemed a little stressed out about this football season. After all, it’s easy to think he’d already have plenty on his mind as the Green Bay Packers ease their way into training camp.
Today, in Part 7 of a 10-part series on 100 Years of Tucson Sports, decade by decade, we list the star-blessed out-of-towners, the coaches and athletes, who contributed to the at-times unforgettable series of athletic events played by Tucson teams from 1920-2020.
The Boise State football team’s season opener against Georgia Southern has been canceled and the Broncos won’t start a revised 10-game schedule until Sept. 25 at Marshall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All bets are off for the 2020 season, which remains uncertain, and both Indiana and Purdue are optimistic playing a Big Ten-only schedule.
Bill Moos says it is "huge what we just did today" in praising the Big Ten football schedule and discussing its flexibility through bye weeks.
You waited. And waited. The schedule is finally here, and with it comes a record prediction from Steven M. Sipple, among other thoughts.
Today, in part seven of a 10-part series on 100 Years of Tucson Sports, decade by decade, we list the best out-of-town coaches and athletes who either played here or took on the Wildcats between 1920-2020.
Parker Gabriel breaks down the Big Ten's updated coronavirus guidelines, which include a pre-competition test and protocol for various scenarios.
The latest episode tackles the Huskers' big day, which, of course, centers around the Big Ten releasing an official football schedule.
A contingent of Big Ten football players issued a list of demands Wednesday it wants implemented by its conference and the NCAA for a 2020 season already in jeopardy of being wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Penn State's Micah Parsons is expected to be the third big-name player to opt out of the 2020 college football season and declare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
"Without further investment from our community, the experience we love as Badgers is at risk," athletic director Barry Alvarez said in a letter to football season ticket holders.