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Football back in action

After a 6-5 season, fans can watch Griffon football get back to action during their spring game on Friday. Although Western lost a large senior class at the end of the 2015 season, they have found new or developed talent to step into multiple positions. One of the biggest positions in question going into the 2016 season is the quarterback... Read More

Jordan prepares to take aim at NFL dream

For many college students with only one semester to go before graduation, the dreaded ‘senioritis’ is kicking in right about now. You don’t want to do anything you’ve been grinding now your whole college career and now you just want to finish out with a nice, laid-back, easy semester before embarking on a career. For most, that is an option... Read More

Old faces out, new faces in for the new look football team

It was a challenging season for the Griffons this past fall. They are heading into next season with the possibility of having to rebuild at several positions. However, there are also some positions that look to be stacked and primed to improve from this past season. On defense, the linebacker is losing decorated player Yomi Alli, but have at least... Read More

Griffons run away from Lopers

That’s more of the offense we expect. The struggling Western offense busted out in a big way against Nebraska-Kearney and dominated the winless Loper squad to the tune of a 34-17 beatdown. “We had lost our mojo offensively,” Western coach Jerry Partridge said. “We weren’t as confident as we needed to be and it was nice to get that back.”... Read More

Column: Northwest Week

Western has had a disappointing season, there is no question about it. Northwest Missouri State rolls into Spratt Stadium with an undefeated record and top-3 national ranking. Western is reeling off back-to-back losses and sits with a 4-4 record. They have injuries at quarterback. Their star running back has a fumbling problem. Their offense has been non-existent the past couple... Read More