Pacific football Week 9 Fearless Forecast
DODEA-Japan title goes to Kinnick in a tight one at Perry; Kadena edges Kubasaki for island title; Humphreys Black in a close one at Osan.
Top runners look to finish on a low (time) in Baumholder, Vicenza
Four races in Germany and two in Italy determine the top runners in season-ending races.
Football titles on the line in Japan, Okinawa
Unbeaten Nile C. Knnick faces 5-1 Matthew C. Perry in Japan, while Kadena-Kubasaki victor will likely claim island series.
Big school football teams battle it out to play in final
Stuttgart hosts Ramstein and Vilseck travels to Kaiserslautern in Division I finals to set up championship game a week later.
Raiders favored to clean up on tennis courts
Kaiserslautern gets all four top seeds at championships that start in Wiesbaden; Marymount gets three No. 1 seeds at tourney in Italy.
Runners in UK race for final time before championships
Eleven Lancers are currently set to make the trip across the English Channel to compete in one of two season-ending championship meets in Baumholder, Germany, on Oct. 23. The other will take place in Vicenza, Italy.
Memphis brings big-play lightning, bolts past Navy 35-17
Navy (1-5, 1-3) took over after Memphis' game-opening touchdown and ground up the rest of the first quarter with a nearly 12-minute, 75-yard monster of a drive taking 21 plays.
Roberts powers Air Force to 24-17 victory over Boise State
Air Force (6-1, 3-1 Mountain West Conference), which hasn't started a season this well since 2002 when the Falcons began the season 6-0 before finishing 8-5, snapped a four-game losing streak to the Broncos.
Chenal's big game helps Wisconsin outlast Army 20-14
Army played a second straight game without usual starting quarterback Christian Anderson, who is dealing with a shoulder injury.