Southern Oregon University
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Abbie Hanser just needed some time to learn.
A lot of huge numbers are associated with Southern Oregon University’s high-scoring football team, but one important statistic sticks out in favor of Rocky Mountain College.
Rocky Mountain College’s football team faces a must-win situation as it embarks on its longest road trip of the season to face No. 5-ranked Southern Oregon University.
There will be a full slate of football games played in the Frontier Conference on Saturday afternoon, but a couple of quarterbacks could wind up hogging the headlines.
An interesting weekend of football ahead for the Frontier Conference, featuring league openers, an enticing showdown and a team coming off a 37-year hiatus.
Rocky Mountain College is ranked 10th in the NAIA Football Coaches Spring Top 25 Poll, which was released by the national office in Kansas City, Mo., earlier this week.
Rocky Mountain College will open its 2014 football season with three consecutive road games before playing Carroll College on Sept. 20 on Herb Klindt Field.
Three members of the Rocky Mountain College football team have received NAIA All-America recognition from the Beyond Sports Network.
There were plenty of moments to cheer this fall and numerous performances worth celebrating during the course of Rocky Mountain College’s history-making football season.
Ten Rocky Mountain College football players have been selected for all-Frontier Conference honors, and Battlin' Bear head coach Brian Armstrong has been chosen as the league's coach of the year.
Senior linebacker Travis Bertelsen of Rocky Mountain College wasn’t about to lose on his home field on Senior Day.
Rocky Mountain College football coach Brian Armstrong said his No. 10-ranked Battlin’ Bears are upbeat and ready to play on Saturday afternoon, even after learning earlier in the week that an NAIA ruling meant they had to forfeit an early-season victory.
For the third time in the last four weeks, Rocky Mountain College kicker Ryan Steska has been selected as the special teams player of the week in the Frontier Conference.
Rocky Mountain College’s football team has forfeited a victory against Southern Oregon University after the Battlin’ Bears unknowingly used an ineligible player during the late August game in Grants Pass, Ore.
ASHLAND, Ore. -- Quarterback Austin Dodge threw for a school-record eight touchdowns Saturday afternoon as Southern Oregon University overwhelmed Montana Tech 59-32 in Frontier Conference football.
Andre McCullouch has switched his jersey number this season, tacked on 25 pounds, let his hair grow long and sprouted a thick beard.
There is nothing rough about this Rocky start.
Quarterback Bryce Baker and linebacker Josh Johnson of Rocky Mountain College have been selected as Frontier Conference football players of the week.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- Junior quarterback Bryce Baker passed for 517 yards and three touchdowns Saturday afternoon as Rocky Mountain College opened Frontier Conference play with a 35-30 victory over No. 14-ranked Southern Oregon University.
Rocky Mountain College has traveled nearly 1,200 miles to open its Frontier Conference football schedule Saturday afternoon in Grants Pass, Ore., against No. 14-ranked Southern Oregon University.