After an impressive 4-game winning streak through the MVC Championship and Wednesday’s 2-1 upset at Kentucky, the Bulldogs were demolished by the no. 12 Creighton Blue Jays in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.
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The Bulldogs will have to wait until the 2016 season for another chance to claim their first Pioneer Football League title since 2012.
The Bulldogs (3-3) rushed for 205 yards and three touchdowns, John Hugunin made big plays on defense and Drake won 34-7 over the Valparaiso Crusaders Saturday to stay undefeated at Drake Stadium in 2015.
The 2015 Drake football season is half over, and the Bulldogs sit at 3-3 overall and 2-1 in the Pioneer Football League, tied for third place. Let’s take a look at how they got here and what to expect in the final six weeks of the season.
STORY BY AUSTIN CANNON Earlier in the week, Hurricane Joaquin was supposed to be a major factor in Saturday’s Drake- Campbell game. Instead, it went out into the Atlantic. What remained, though, was a strong breeze that spent the evening batting down punts. Drake punter Cam Bohnert punted nine times […]
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE STORY BY DERRICK FRIDLEY With Big 10 and Big 12 play now underway, this week has been an important one in college football for momentum. One of these Big 10 teams was Michigan as they looked for a win against the early season’s Cinderella team: BYU. And for […]
STORY BY ADAM ROGAN AND AUSTIN CANNON Placekicker Josh Lee has missed three out of his past four field goal attempts, but don’t call it a slump. “Each kick is a new kick,” head coach Rick Fox said. “So I don’t see it like a (slump) … You’ve just got […]
STORY BY AUSTIN CANNON The majority of Drake football players only have to wait through the offseason before returning to game action. The wait was longer for senior receiver Zach Zlabis. Zlabis was redshirted his freshman year. He broke his foot before the 2013 season, requiring season-ending surgery. His […]
Drake topped William Jewell 44-30 in their season opener Saturday night.
Drake enters 2015 with perhaps the most seasoned roster in the Pioneer Football League, and now its coach can boast some experience of his own.
Preview Drake’s season-opening football game against the William Jewell Cardinals.
The next step in the fight for gender equality has come from an unlikely source: the National Football League.
There will be a new, yet familiar, face patrolling the sidelines at Drake Stadium this coming football season. All-Conference Offensive Tackle Steve Flynn will return to Drake to coach the position he excelled at for three years as a Bulldog.
Every season brings excitement and intense competition to Des Moines, but this past year has been especially exciting for us Bulldogs. From buzzer beaters to last second touchdowns to tournament victories and upset, you never know what’s going to happen in Drake Athletics.
The Drake football team heads to Macomb, Illinois, to play the Western Illinois Leathernecks tomorrow.