MOORHEAD – On a hot Saturday afternoon with less than a minute on the clock, the Carleton Knights silenced the Concordia fans at Jake Christiansen stadium as they finished off the Cobbers with a play-action two-point conversion, putting them up 35-34, sending Carleton home with a 4-0 nonconference record.
When the 2015 NFL season kicked off, there were 10 former Division III football players on active rosters across the league. As the 2016 season approaches, two former Cobber football players hope to add to that list. Former wide receiver Brandon Zylstra and quarterback Griffin Neal have their sights set
Football fans across campus begin to organize pre-game Super Bowl parties With a few days left before Super Bowl XLIX, Americans across the country are awaiting the match up between the New England Patriots and the defending champions, the Seattle Seahawks. Here at Concordia, students, faculty and staff awaiting the