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For most of this decade, the Green Bay Packers have been like a tsunami-proof house. They could withstand anything. Even when Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone early in the 2013 season, no Packer’s fan gave up. They still have that foundation. They can figure this out. We had the same attitude after Jordy Nelson tore his ACL in the preseason last year. They were able to figure it out and make the playoffs. That same attitude kicked in after the Packers struggled to start the 2016 season. Everyone says, “we’re going to be okay. They’ve been here before. They’ll figure it out.”
Posted Monday, October 24, 2016 - 4:19pm
Roman James McKnight was born in Denver Colo., and is a forward for this year’s USU Eastern men’s basketball team. His journey, like many of the players, was one of a lot of hard work and one that many are unwilling to take. When McKnight was 8 his family decided to move to Orem, Utah, where he would grow up for the remainder of his youth. It was there where he continued to grow his love for the game of basketball.
Posted Thursday, October 20, 2016 - 3:36pm
Beating it’s three-game- losing streak, the Eagles had a solid two weeks competing against Salt Lake Community College, College of Southern Idaho and defeating Colorado Northwestern Community College.
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 9:24pm
A transfer athlete from Northwest College hopes to bring his athleticism to Eastern as he seeks a region championship Mikoel Alexander Cutler, otherwise known as “Koel,” was born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He has played basketball seriously since he was in eighth grade and has now become a passion of his. He went to Socastee High School in South Carolina where he performed well. One of his greatest games was against the best team in South Carolina where he scored 40 points and the defender that he was scoring on is now playing at the University of Texas.
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 9:14pm
The bodies and minds of the Eagles are weary as their competitive conference play is still underway. With a record of 10-2-2, the hopes are raised high for the women’s soccer team, as they stand second place in the Scenic West Athletic Conference. Five-home games were hosted on Eagle turf in the past two weeks; all full of intensity and a hunger to win. Starting the weekend of October 7-8, the women played Colorado Northwestern Community College with a total goal count of 22. The first game Friday was 11-0 following a score of 11-1 Saturday.
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 7:20pm
The battle at home continued for USUE the last two weeks as they took on Colorado Northwestern Community College, Salt Lake Community College and College of Southern Nevada. The Eagles are on their fourth consecutive week of home games and now hold a record of 4-4-1 going into their last week of conference play.
Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 7:16pm
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you all know that Kevin Durant joined the Golden State Warriors this summer; forming an unstoppable force that if you’re a fan of any other team in the NBA, (that’s me) you should be absolutely terrified about.
Posted Monday, October 17, 2016 - 9:26pm
Delta, Utah, native Sidney Springer is a Utah 2A State Champion in both basketball and volleyball. She was named 2A MVP in both of her respected sports. She is now at Utah State University Eastern as a member of the women’s volleyball team as an outside hitter where she looks to continue her amazing athletic career. Springer was born and raised in Delta, Utah with her four siblings and her parents Gaylen and Kristen Springer. She attended Delta High School which is a 2A school in Millard County, in a small town of just 4,500 residents.
Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 2:05pm
That is right! For a third year in a row, the staff is calling out the basketball teams at USU Eastern. “We will play you anywhere, anytime. However, they made us pick a date for advertising purposes. That should give you plenty of time to prepare for us,” said Jeff Spears. Therefore, the game will be played on Oct. 18 at the BDAC at 7 pm. “Consider this the formal challenge on our part.”
Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 2:01pm
Two wins and a close loss the past two weeks leave the Eagles in a solid third place standing in the Scenic West Athletic Conference. Starting out their regular conference season with a bang, the Eagles swept Colorado Northwestern Community College, 3-0 on Sept. 24. The first set finished 25-7, the Eagles dominating the Spartans on their home court. The second and third set, the Spartans tried to fight back, but it just wasn’t enough. The Eagles beat them 25-21, 25-19. Emily Bender lead with eight kills, Kayla Newman with seven, and Allie Kittell, six.
Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 1:59pm