The Dean's List
• Maybe college basketball isn't all about the individual player. Maybe it really is about the team. Maybe it's about loyalty. Maybe
• Fourteen years after its last football game, Colorado State University-Pueblo is returning to the field. CSU-Pueblo, then known as the University of Southern Colorado, cut the team after the 1984 season despite making its only NAIA playoff appearance one season prior. But last year, administrators decided to bring back the team, and fast. Normally it takes a school at least three years to get its program rolling, but the ThunderWolves wanted their football fix sooner than that. They're giving coach
• Ohio State has a new ticket lottery for its football games, and old people aren't happy. Previously, seniority determined who got the tickets. But after a plethora of complaints from recent Buckeye grads, the alumni association changed things so any association member, regardless of seniority, has an equal chance of scoring tickets. Now, the longtime ticket buyers are upset because instead of watching a Big Ten showdown (as is their God-given reward for being old) they might be forced to watch a Youngstown State-drubbing. Even with padded seats and glove warmers, that's no fun.
• They say you can take the kid out of college, but you can't take the college out of the kid. The recent actions of certain professional athletes at their former institutes of higher education lends credence to the above statement. First, there was Chicago Bulls center
• When I was sixteen I attended
• I think it's safe to say that