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  • Report: Vikings to sign former NAU QB Case Cookus

    Following three quarterbacks landing on the COVID-19 list, the Minnesota Vikings are reportedly signing former NAU QB Case Cookus.
  • NCAA President Mark Emmert: It’s time to decentralize college sports

    In a 30-minute interview with a small group of reporters, NCAA President Mark Emmert stressed he was not putting forth a mandate or even a recommendation.
  • NCAA’s NIL era arrives, some athletes are ready to cash in

    Athletes at the highest levels of college sports will be permitted to be compensated for the use of their name, image or likeness starting Thursday.
  • NCAA moving toward hyperlocal solution to NIL as placeholder

    The NCAA is lurching toward a temporary, patchwork solution in addressing name, image and likeness compensation for athletes.
  • High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

    The Supreme Court decided unanimously Monday that the NCAA can’t enforce rules limiting education-related benefits that colleges offer to student athletes.
  • ASU, NAU represented on College Football Hall of Fame ballot for 2022

    ASU was represented by defensive end Al Harris, placekicker Luis Zendejas and head coach Darryl Rogers. NAU was represented by running back Archie Emerson.
  • Northern Arizona’s season over after loss to Eastern Washington

    The Northern Arizona Lumberjacks came up short in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky tournament and end the season 6-16.
  • Northern Arizona ends regular season 5-15 after loss to Southern Utah

    Northern Arizona will now prepare for the Big Sky Tournament iafter losing its last regular season game of the year to Southern Utah.
  • NAU goes cold late, falls to Southern Utah on the road

    Maizen Fausett and Dre Marin scored 21 points apiece as Southern Utah narrowly defeated Northern Arizona 85-80 on Wednesday night.
  • NAU loses second-straight game by double-digits to Weber State

    Isiah Brown had 15 points to lead five Weber State players in double figures as the Wildcats won their 10th straight home game, rolling past NAU, 74-52.