The Valparaiso University football team will look to make it back-to-back wins this week as the team hits the road to face off with Morehead State. A victory would also give Valpo consecutive head-to-head wins for the first time in an all-time series that dates back to 1996. It’s homecoming weekend for the host Eagles – an event Valpo certainly wouldn’t mind spoiling with a victory.
Head coach Dave Cecchini and Todd Ickow talk about the Hoosier Helmet win over Butler and look ahead to this week's game against Morehead State.
A day after beating rival Butler for the Hoosier Helmet at Brown Field, the Valparaiso University football team has recorded its first Pioneer Football League weekly honor of the season.
The Valparaiso University football team picked an opportune time for its most complete performance of the season on Saturday afternoon at Brown Field.
Regardless of the records or where the teams are in the standings, when these two rivals face off, it’s a big one. The biggest one of the season, to be exact. The 77th incarnation of Valpo/Butler will occur on Saturday at Brown Field as the hosts attempt to retain the Hoosier Helmet trophy for the second straight season.
It's Helmet Week. Head coach Dave Cecchini has all the latest on Valpo football in advance of Saturday's game against rival Butler.
The Valparaiso University football team fell 53-20 on Saturday at Welcome Stadium to perennial Pioneer Football League power Dayton. Valpo played without several key players due to injuries, including two senior captains on defense. Junior running back Kyle Cartales (Loxahatchee, Fla. / Cardinal Newman) racked up 116 yards on 15 carries to lead the offense.
The Valparaiso University football team will look to win back-to-back meetings with Dayton for the first time in program history on Saturday afternoon as the two teams resume a matchup that dates all the way back to 1988. Valpo is ready to embrace a strong challenge against one of the PFL’s perennial powers on Saturday as the team seeks its second ever win in Dayton and first since 2003.
Valpo football head coach Dave Cecchini dropped by for his weekly visit with Todd Ickow to look back at last week's homecoming game and ahead to this week's visit to Dayton.