COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Kyle Van Noy had a fumble recovery for a touchdown and added a score on an
interception in the fourth quarter to lead BYU to a 23-6 win over San Diego
State in the Poinsettia Bowl. Jamaal Williams scored a touchdown on the ground
while James Lark was 23- for-42 with 244 yards and two interceptions for the
Cougars (8-5), who won four of their final five games and are winners in their
past four bowl games. Adam Dingwell was picked off three times and finished
the game 12-for-29 with 144 yards for the Aztecs (9-4), who had won their
final seven games of the regular season. Adam Muema carried the ball 26 times
for 103 yards in the loss.

College football's bowl season continues Friday with the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl
which features UCF against Ball State . The Cardinals enter the game riding a
six-game win streak, while the Knights dropped two of their final three
contests. Ball State has made five bowl appearances but has never managed to
earn a victory. The Knights have garnered just a 1-3 record in their four
previous bowl games, but they did win their most recent postseason appearance
with a 10-6 victory over Georgia in the 2010 Liberty Bowl. Ball State has a
2-1 record in this series and won the last meeting 21-17 between these former
Mid-American Conference foes.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

9 hours 32 min ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is 6-0 Senior Forward Megan Jensen with the St. Francis Borgia Girls Basketball Team. Megan scored 24 points leading Borgia to a 52-47 win over Cardinal Ritter in the championship game of the Borgia/Competitive Edge Tournament Saturday afternoon. In three tournament games last week. Megan scored 63 points and earned MVP honors.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

4 weeks 2 hours ago

As Mizzou students return to campus from semester break, they will be experiencing some of the changes promised to Concerned Students 1950.

OFF THE CUFF ARCHIVE

SPORTS CORNER

10 hours 33 min ago

Denver Bronco fans are celebrating their team's dominating 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning tells ABC's "Good Morning America" he celebrated late into the night. Manning lifted the Lombardi Trophy for the second time in his career in what might have been his final game. Manning turns 40 next month and is expected to retire.