Cowboys, former Bishop Luers LB Smith agree on extension

When the Dallas Cowboys announced a contract extension for Jaylon Smith, it was first a celebration of the linebacker’s journey from a career-threatening knee injury in college to one of

Saint Francis Cougars hungry for three-peat

This Saturday college football returns, as the reigning back-to-back NAIA National Champions return to Bishop D’Arcy. Gone is the NAIA Player of the Year in Nick Ferrer, but his running mate in the backfield Justin Green remains. With key defensive play-makers back, hungry for more, a three-peat for No. 1 Saint Francis, is well within its grasp. 

“Avenue of Champions” signage placed near Saint Francis football stadium

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – Back-to-back national football champions now have a road sign to commemorate their success.  On Tuesday, Mayor Tom Henry and the University of Saint Francis unveiled the new "Avenue of Champions" sign that is near Bishop John D’Arcy Stadium on Lindenwood Avenue.  The football program is off of back-to-back NAIA national championships. READ MORE: Saint Francis Cougars are back-to-back National Champions Following t…

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