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Updated 1 hour ago
Ducks down Rockets in Oregon
EUGENE, Ore. — Joseph Young scored 24 points and Oregon parlayed its 20-7 edge at the foul line into a 78-68 victory over Toledo on Friday night.

Updated 7 hours ago
Amstutz leads UT Hall of Fame class
The University of Toledo Varsity ‘T’ Hall of Fame has announced its 2015 inductees: Tom Amstutz (football player/ football coach, 1974-76, 1977-86, 1990-2008); Tavares Bolden (football, 1998-2001); Brett Kern (football, 2004-07); Nick Moore (men’s basketball, 1999-2003); Courtney Risinger (women’s basketball, 1998-2002); Leslie Stong (softball, 2005-08); April Williams (women’s track & field, 2003-

Updated 14 hours ago
Rockets pull out home opener
The fans at Savage Arena were encouraged to stand until the University of Toledo scored its first basket of the game Wednesday. There had to have been some tired legs.

Updated 21 hours ago
Defense making strides for Rockets
Ten weeks ago, the thought of its defense needing to stop a pass-heavy offense to save the season might have given the University of Toledo panic attacks.

11/20/2014 1:21 AM
Toledo slips past Bowling Green 27-20
The University of Toledo has bragging rights all to itself – at least for another two weeks.

11/20/2014 1:01 AM
UT’s Hunt hits 1,000-yard mark
Kareem Hunt surpassed 1,000 yards rushing on the season Wednesday against Bowling Green State University to became the 15th University of Toledo rusher to eclipse the mark.

11/20/2014 12:57 AM
Fans brave cold to see Rockets win
You might say the University of Toledo’s football team has Bowling Green’s number.

11/20/2014 12:53 AM
Piotrowicz: UT has just one path to Detroit
The University of Toledo didn’t do itself any favors by losing to Northern Illinois in a game that essentially would have clinched the MAC West Division last week, so the Rockets now have only one way to Detroit.

11/19/2014 2:06 AM
2004 Battle of I-75 frozen in time
They knew there was hype, but they had no idea what they would see. And who could? Bundled and sporting their all-important color affiliations, nearly 32,000 fans packed into the Glass Bowl — almost 6,000 more than the stadium’s current capacity — on a Thursday night in November, 2004, to see the area’s quintessential rivalry game. There …

11/19/2014 1:55 AM
Turnovers thwart UT’s chance to win at VCU
RICHMOND, Va. — It took most of the game, but “Havoc” finally rattled the University of Toledo.