Tales of the Gridiron: Warrior Game Day

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In Winner, the fall brings more than crisp air and changing colors, it brings a rich football tradition that reaches across generations.

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Sioux Falls Lincoln Head Football Coach Aaron Beavers Resigns

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Aaron Beavers of the Lincoln High School football program has resigned as the teams head coach. According to multiple reports in Sioux Falls area, the players were made aware of the change on Thursday before practice.

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Sportsmanship In Football, It's More Than Wins And Losses

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High school football in South Dakota is approaching its midway mark. While wins and losses get most of the attention with the sport, it’s nowhere near the most important aspect of the game. Here's a story about sportsmanship, respect, and love.

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Tales of the Gridiron "Crane-Youngworth Field"

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Crane-Youngworth Field has become a place of history, tradition and victory for Yankton High School Football.

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Sportsmanship and High School Parents: Ten Tips To Remember When Attending Games

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It’s no secret that sometimes fans take their actions too far when attending high school sporting events, whether it’s yelling at the coach, screaming at an official, or giving negative criticism to an athlete.

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2016 High School Season To See Four Championship Rematch Games

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The 2016 high school football season begins Friday in South Dakota. This year, four of the seven football classes will experience rematches of last years state championship games.

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2016 High School Preseason Football Broadcasters Poll

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The 2016 High School Preseason Football Poll, courtesy of the South Dakota Broadcasters Association. Do you agree with the preseason polls? Which team do you feel will make an impact this year in South Dakota?

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High School Football Star Lincoln Gibbs Rescinds Commitment To NDSU, Chooses USD

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Langford Area football stand out Lincoln Gibbs has changed his collegiate plans by deciding to take his running back skills to the University of South Dakota.

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A Former South Dakota School of Mines Lineman Is Trying To Earn An NFL Training Camp Invite

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Sam Cowan, a former center for the South Dakota School of Mines football team, is trying to earn an invite to Minnesota Vikings training camp.

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Langford Area Football Standout Commits To North Dakota State

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Lincoln Gibbs, a football standout from Langford Area, has committed to play college football for the North Dakota State Bison. Gibbs has gained a reputation for being one of the best running backs in the state, and he’ll hope to continue that trend during his senior season this fall.

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The 2016 NFL Draft: First Round Possibilities For Green Bay And Minnesota

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The 2016 National Football League draft begins tonight in Chicago, Illinois. While some of the draft is fairly predictable, some is not.

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Adam Vinatieri Returns Home To Talk About Football And Medicine

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Indianapolis Colts placekicker Adam Vinatieri has built a reputation as one of the best clutch kickers in NFL history. To many South Dakotans, Vinatieri is known as a local boy who made the big leagues. He has been on four Super Bowl winning teams.

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Luke Bryan To Grand Open New SDSU Football Stadium

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Luke Bryan, Country Music Association’s and the Academy of Country Music’s Entertainer of the Year in 2015, will perform at the new Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium on Thursday, September 8 – two days before the South Dakota State University football team takes the field for the first time in the new venue, hosting Drake University.

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A South Dakota Car Dealer Owns The Domain To Los Angeles Rams Website

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There is one Rams fan in Rapid City, who may have just struck gold by accident. Brian Busch, 54, is a used car dealer, who became a fan in the 1970's. When the team moved to St. Louis in 1995, Busch created the website losangelesrams.com as a tribute site to the Los Angeles Rams franchise. He may be looking at a big payday, if the Rams decide to purchase the domain.

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Wisconsin High School Fans Can No Longer Chant "Scoreboard" or "We Can't Hear You" At Opposing Fans

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According to Peter Burns of ESPN, students and fans attending high school games in Wisconsin are going to need to watch what they chant. Via the report, these new rules are being inforced by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association.

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