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4/4/2015 12:41 AM
Ely's recovery ahead of schedule
Nearly seven months to the day since Phillip Ely tore his anterior cruciate ligament, the University of Toledo quarterback is nearing a full recovery.

4/4/2015 12:29 AM
BGSU scrambles in search for new basketball coach
BOWLING GREEN — For the second year in a row, Bowling Green State University athletics director Chris Kingston is in the market for a men’s basketball coach.

4/4/2015 6:31 AM
Breslin Center to show MSU Final 4 game telecast
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University is inviting students and other fans of the school’s basketball team to view the Spartans NCAA Final Four semifinal against Duke at the Breslin Center.

4/3/2015 2:22 PM
Calipari chosen AP Coach of the Year
INDIANAPOLIS — John Calipari, whose Kentucky team is the first in 24 years to reach the Final Four undefeated, has been selected The Associated Press’ coach of the year.

4/3/2015 1:41 PM
Wisconsin's Kaminsky named AP Player of the Year
INDIANAPOLIS — Frank Kaminsky, the 7-footer who anchored Wisconsin’s run to a second straight Final Four, is the runaway choice as The Associated Press’ player of the year.

4/3/2015 12:56 PM
Shaka Smart leaving VCU to coach Texas basketball
AUSTIN, Texas — University of Texas officials announced the hiring of Shaka Smart as the Longhorns’ new basketball coach and expect to introduce him at a news conference today on campus.

4/3/2015 12:25 AM
Bare fact: Elliott is an OSU threat
COLUMBUS — It may not rank as high in national importance as appeals to save the world or its whales.

4/3/2015 12:27 AM
BGSU fires head coach Chris Jans
BOWLING GREEN — Chris Jans orchestrated a stunning turnaround in his first season as men’s basketball coach at Bowling Green State University, leading the Falcons to one of the best seasons in recent memory.

4/3/2015 8:56 AM
Scoreboard: 4-03

4/3/2015 12:26 AM
Scott grad Claytor 1 of a kind
The memory of the 1978 NCAA men’s basketball championship never gets old or boring for Toledo native Truman Claytor.

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