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2/8/2015 12:00 AM
BGSU rallies past Northern Illinois
DeKALB, Ill. — The Bowling Green State University men’s basketball team surpassed its Mid-American Conference win total from last season with a come-from-behind 69-65 win at Northern Illinois Saturday.

2/8/2015 12:00 AM
Buffalo hands Falcons fourth straight defeat
AMHERST, N.Y. — The Bowling Green State University women’s basketball team suffered its fourth loss in a row, a 66-45 setback Saturday to Buffalo in a Mid-American Conference game.

2/7/2015 10:09 PM
BG hockey skates past Ferris State 3-2
BOWLING GREEN -- Bowling Green State University scored a pair of goals 80 seconds apart midway through the second period to claim a 3-2 victory over Ferris State in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association contest at the BG Ice Arena Saturday.

2/7/2015 6:48 PM
OSU hires Notre Dame RB coach
COLUMBUS — Ohio State moved quickly in its search for a new running backs coach, reportedly hiring Notre Dame assistant Tony Alford on Saturday.

2/7/2015 6:45 PM
Loving suspended for Rutgers game
COLUMBUS — Ohio State forward Marc Loving will miss his second straight game Sunday at Rutgers as the former St. John’s Jesuit star remains suspended for an undisclosed discretion.

2/7/2015 4:11 PM
UT women lose 69-61 to Ball State
The University of Toledo women's basketball team lost for the third time in four games with a 69-61 defeat to Ball State on Saturday at Savage Arena.

2/7/2015 12:43 AM
Stanford’s Lyons may join UM
ANN ARBOR — Gwendolyn Bush has been named as the director of player development for the Michigan football program.

2/7/2015 1:26 AM
Scoreboard: 2-7

2/7/2015 12:45 AM
Falcons sloppy, but get victory
BOWLING GREEN — Nationally ranked teams normally don’t play “must-win” games in early February.

2/6/2015 11:20 AM
Gwendolyn Bush joins UM football staff
ANN ARBOR — Gwendolyn Bush has become the director of player development for the Michigan football program.

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