State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the Green Bay Packers' performance in their 37-20 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC title game Sunday night at Levi's Stadium.
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Adams is ready for his star turn with a trip to Super Bowl LIV on the line Sunday vs. the 49ers.
With a bevy of talent on both sides of the ball, it’s hard to pick just one 49ers player who should worry the Packers the most. But a vote for tight end George Kittle (above), who finished the season with team-high numbers in receptions (85), receiving yards (1,053) and touchdown catches (five) is probably a smart one. And the Packers will have to be smart about defending him, because the 49ers have seen opponents try a variety of techniques — and then taken advantage by getting the ball to other players when need be.
The record-breaking 2018 Chiefs offense showed up last weekend at Arrowhead, where Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes and Co. became the first team in NFL playoff history to win a game by 20 points after trailing by at least the same margin.
Three Montana State seniors landed invitations to participate in postseason all-star games.
Arizona added its first football recruit since the start of the new year Tuesday morning when three-star Houston running back Frank Brown announced his commitment to the UA.
Elusive Russell Wilson was outstanding in leading Seattle's second-half comeback from an 18-point deficit, but it was Aaron Rodgers who ruled the day with a superlative effort that showed he is still the king among NFC quarterbacks.
Aron Cruickshank starred as a kick returner for the Badgers this season. He had two kickoff returns for TDs, including a 95-yard return in the Rose Bowl.
Jonathan Taylor tweeted his decision Friday night, ending one of the best UW football careers in history.
Cephus declaring for the draft was somewhat of a surprise, but he had a strong season as UW’s No. 1 receiver. His 59 catches for 901 yards and seven touchdowns were all team-highs. Cephus is part of a loaded class at wide receiver, one that could produce as many as seven first-round picks.