ORONO — All season long, the University of Maine football team was unable to make enough plays in critical situations to win consistently. That is exactly how the Black Bears’ disappointing 2010 campaign came to an end Saturday afternoon on Morse Field. Tight end Jeff Falvey… Read More
    John Bapst of Bangor and Orono recently brought high school football back to the University of Maine for the first time in 11 years, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. The artificial surface at Morse Field negated the effect of daylong rain on the contest. Read More
    The University of Maine football team builds around the premise that if each man does his job, good things will happen. The Black Bears maintained that belief Saturday night to help eke out a crowd-pleasing 16-13 Colonial Athletic Association football overtime victory over rival New Hampshire… Read More
    It is a re-evaluation kind of week for the University of Maine football team and some of its instate collegiate counterparts. The Black Bears hope to clean up their act in a tough Colonial Athletic Association game against a traditional rival, Husson University of Bangor looks… Read More
    Greg Rogerson was a teenager when his father Ron died unexpectedly in 1988 at age 44. Even though more than 26 years have passed since Ron Rogerson coached the University of Maine football team, his son is quick to point out how much his four seasons… Read More
    It’s difficult enough to lose a game when the opponent is superior in talent. It’s harder still when repeated mistakes prevent a team from beating a highly-regarded opponent. Such was the case Saturday night at Alfond Stadium in Orono, where the University of Maine… Read More
    ORONO — Last season, with the University of Maine facing a potential punt situation in a close game, long snapper Ryan McCrossan was on the sideline, having an injured hand evaluated. “I remember saying to (athletic trainer) Ryan Taylor, ‘if he can’t go, you’ve got to… Read More