Sheridan College Generals and Lady Generals both win at Tournament

The Sheridan College Generals rolled to an easy win Friday with a 124-57 shellacking of the Rams of Little Big Horn College. The Generals opened up their season with a convincing win over the Rams and had very little trouble putting the game away early Friday. Action will continue today at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome, as the annual Lions Club Tournament continues. The Generals will play Fort Carson this afternoon at 1 o'clock at Sheridan College Golden Dome.

The Lady Generals game was a little bit closer, as they actually trailed by one at halftime to the Fort Carson Academy Lady Pronghorns. The Lady Generals jumped out to an early 14 point first half lead, only to see that wiped away just before the half. The Lady Generals played much more consistent in the the second half and held on to to beat Fort Carson 78-60. The Lady Generals will play again today at 5 o'clock against the Little Big Horn Rams.

College Football- Running back Rex Burkhead passed for two
touchdowns and ran for 101 yards and another score, and No. 16 Nebraska clinched the Big 12 North with a 45-17 victory over Colorado on Friday in their final meeting before they head to different conferences.

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini was on his best behavior after his
sideline berating of officials and quarterback Taylor Martinez last week earned him a public admonishment from the Nebraska chancellor. Nebraska (10-2, 6-2) will go to Arlington, Texas, next Saturday hoping to win its third Big 12 title, and first since 1999, before going to the Big Ten next year. Colorado (5-7, 2-6), which played its third game under interim coach Brian Cabral, failed to become bowl eligible in its last season before joining the Pacific-12.

In the biggest victory in Nevada football history, the 20th-ranked Wolf Pack have knocked Boise State out of the national championship picture by rallying from a 24-7 halftime deficit to beat the Broncos 34-31 in overtime. Nevada walk-on kicker Anthony Martinez booted a 34-yard field goal after Boise kicker Kyle Brotzman missed two late field goal attempts that ended the Broncos' 24-game winning streak.

Top-ranked Oregon exploded with 34 points in the second half in the rain at Eugene and won the Pac-10 title for
the second straight year with a 48-29 win over 20th-ranked Arizona. Darron Thomas passed for three touchdowns and ran for another and LaMichael James ran for 126 yards for the 11-0 Ducks.

Denver Broncos- The Broncos have placed their Director of Video Operations on leave while the NFL investigates whether the team broke league rules by filming the San Francisco 49ers' walk-through in London last month.

The Broncos confirmed a report in the Denver Post on Saturday, telling The Associated Press that Steve Scarnecchia is on a "personal leave of absence." Scarnecchia and Broncos coach Josh McDaniels previously worked for the New England Patriots, who were found to have videotaped New York Jets coaches sending in signals during a game four years ago. The NFL bans such videotaping, and issued $750,000 in fines against the Patriots and coach Bill Belichick. The league did not immediately reply to an email from the AP.

The Broncos will host the St. Louis Rams Sunday afternoon. We'll have the game for you live on AM 1410 KWYO beginning at 1 o'clock with the pregame. Kick off is slated for shortly after 2pm.