From Our Editors
Buzzing with pride after a win over Oregon State, the Hornets gridiron stings rivals with steely defensive maneuvers and clever offensive strategies. Today?s deal ushers fans to reserved seats, which showcase prime views of kickoffs and celebratory maypole dances around the goalposts. Helmed by 17 returning starters, the team hopes to top last year?s 6?5 record. After breaking the school?s single-season passing-touchdowns record in 2010, senior quarterback Jeff Fleming started the season more positively than the product of two negative integers, and senior wide receiver Chase Deadder looks to win the team?s MVP title for a second year by exceeding last season?s 37 receptions for 788 yards and six touchdowns. With second-team All-American honors under his belt, senior defensive lineman Zack Nash stands to lead Big Sky Conference stats for sacks and sportiest fanny pack.