Freshman Josh Davis ran for 218 yards and two touchdowns, including a 95-yard gallop in the first quarter, and Weber State breezed to a 45-28 victory over Northern Colorado in Big Sky Conference action on Saturday night.
Playing in front of their home crowd for the first time this season, Landon Stice, LeGrand Toia and the rest of the Wildcats' front-seven dismantled South Dakota's up-tempo offense en route to a 27-10 victory.
As Weber State prepares for its final non-conference game of the regular season, attending fans of Saturday’s game will attempt to break a world record for its groundbreaking ceremony for its new football/athletic building.
Coming off the most successful season in program history, an 11-win campaign, a Big Sky co-championship and two FCS playoff wins for a final national ranking of No. 5, the Wildcats have a new set of expectations to manage.
And Hill is embracing them.
Utah announced Thursday the signings of former BYU midfielder Collette Jepson Smith and Weber State goalkeeper Becca Ritchie as national team replacement players ahead of Friday night’s match against North Carolina.
Coming off its best season of football, Weber State enters the 2018 season picked to finish second in the Big Sky Conference in both the coaches and media poll, which were released Monday as part of the conference’s media day.