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Dowling Green's Harold Anderson is one of the old pessimistic school. "We could use a little more size," he says, artfully avoiding the subject of Nate Thurmond.
TRAGEDY AND TRIUMPH AT BOWLING GREEN PRINCETON: SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW STANFORD'S FOLKL POINT
A SLEEPER'S DREAM When Dayton center Chris Daniels died of cardiac arrhythmia onFeb. 8 of last year, he left behind a dream that his ...
Atop the pack in the MAC
Despite 32 points by a Bowling Green guard so eccentric that strange occurrences are named after him, Central Michigan captured the title
MAC Daddy Bowling Green's Josh Harris is his conference's biggest star--and a quarterback to be reckoned with
It's safe to say that Bowling Green, set in a blip of a burgh in northwest Ohio, was a little bowled over by the attention paid to its showdown last ...
HE'LL NEVER LEAVE OHIO
Unlike My Sister Eileen, Doyt Perry of Bowling Green has no reason to lament ' Why, O Why, O Why O?' That's because he's staying put. A small-town pool, poker ...
Why Buckpasser's mission to Paris was scrubbed
The reason he was in the mile-and-five-eighths Bowling Green is that it is contested over the Aqueduct turf course, and if Buckpasser, who had never raced on ...
Skinny and His Hoper
Ernie Calverley made a shot in the NIT 15 years ago that is still remembered today
THE WON AND LOST WEEKEND
Attempting a unique double, the Bowling Green four-mile relay team came in first at Drake but finished second, alas, at Penn 23 hours later.
Neatness counts for the Falcons
The team from tidy little Bowling Green aims to sweep to the NCAA tournament