Stuttgart evens record by blitzing Wiesbaden

Naples takes command of Division II race, while Spangdahlem and Brussels stay perfect in D-III.

New-look Ansbach off to a hot start

Cougars improve to 2-0 to equal their win total from last year with a team that’s mostly new to the sport.

Lakenheath squeaks by Vilseck to remain unbeaten

Lancers have the only score in a game that was dramatically different from last season’s playoff battle between the two teams that Falcons won.

Meet Matt Ganyard, a Marine who is kicking off for the University of Virginia at age 34

Matt Ganyard has been an Islander, a Cavalier, a Marine, a graduate student, a dreamer and a visionary. Now you can call the 34-year-old something else: a college football player.

Zama stays perfect by downing Daegu

Trojans are 3-0 after Warriors have to end game in first quarter after injuries make a short roster even shorter.

Osan grinds out first victory at Edgren’s expense

Cougars only pass the ball once in 30-15 triumph over Eagles.

Kaiserslautern tops Ramstein on final play

Raiders get second chance for final play due to injured player on field and make Royals pay to leave both teams at 1-1.

Army starts fast, holds off UTSA 37-29

Hayden Reed and Jakobi Buchanan had first-quarter touchdown runs and Army never trailed in a 37-29 victory over UTSA on Friday night.

Cadet runs wild as Kubasaki thumps Humphreys

Junior scores four times to help Dragons improve to 2-0, while Blackhawks fall to 0-2.

Kadena forces nine turnovers to rout Kinnick

Panthers improve to 1-1 with victory, while Red Devils fall to 1-1.

Bumpers helps Yokota roll past Perry

The Panthers wasted little time taking a 21-0 lead six minutes into the game. They recovered two of their own squib kickoffs, leading to their second and third scores.

Race for Pac football playoff spots already under way

It’s early in season, but there aren’t that many games in D-I or D-II schedules. So every one could be important.

Pacific football Fearless Forecast, Week 3

Expect Kadena to bounce back at Kinnick; Kanto Division II squads should have their way.

Jets’ Aaron Rodgers nightmare confirmed: Torn Achilles ends season, is career in jeopardy?

After months of hope and hype, Aaron Rodgers’ first series with the Jets ended up being his final series of the season. An MRI confirmed what the Jets feared on Monday night: Rodgers has a complete tear of his left Achilles tendon.

Kadena finally gets best of Kubasaki on court

Five-set victory on Tuesday is first time in a decade that Panthers have defeated powerful Dragons.