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"We talk a lot around here about doing dirty work," Beaty said. "And dirty work is the non-glorifying stuff that doesn't stand out throughout the week."
Frank Solich has only fond memories of leading teams against Kansas. Now the longtime coach of Ohio, Solich spent six years running Nebraska's juggernaut in the 1990s and early 2000s. Things may be a bit tighter when his Bobcats visit Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Take a stroll down memory lane with Brian Hanni as he's joined this week by former Kansas wide receiver Harrison Hill.
"I was pleased on a lot of levels, and disappointed on a lot of levels," Bechard said after the match. "Seems like we dug a hole for ourselves – down 2-1, 9-4 in the fourth set. It was not a thing of beauty tonight. Tonight was about using 10, 11, 12 players who converted on their chances and dug-in to beat a good team when we didn't play our very best."
The event was originally scheduled to take place at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, but has been relocated to provide basketball fans of both the military and the community an opportunity to see the games up close.
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Cleveland State's Gary Waters might not be looking over his shoulder this season if the fifth-year graduate transfer rule were not in place. But will the NCAA ever put a stop to it?
PVAMU is mostly known for the longest losing streak ever. But the Panthers also serve as an example for how to move forward.
So says Mark Emmert, who makes millions to lead the NCAA.
"The Senate finds that Brigham Young University’s Honor Code does not communicate nor reflect the values that The Big XII Conference represents. Therefore, the Senate of Student Government does not support BYU’s membership bid to the Big XII at this time."
The game’s outcome was set by Oklahoma’s third drive.
Although Spurrier was suspended, this didn’t stop him from coaching the season finale against North Carolina. The HBC told CBS that he used Duke’s golf club director, Ed Ibarguen, as a runner to hand plays and suggestions on pieces of paper down to the Blue Devils’ interim head coach that day, running backs coach Carl Franks.
Some Michigan fans are peeved over his comments concerning the Wolverines and whether they are good enough to win the national championship. The 1997 national championship.