FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY 2012-2013 All-Bobcat Alumni Teams
With the college hockey season over and the Bismarck Bobcats awaiting tomorrow's Central Division playoff game against the Austin Bruins, I feel it's a perfect time to look at how Bobcat alumni perf... Posted on 5/2/13 at 7:15 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG March Madness Certainly Didn't Disappoint
I am a big lover of college basketball and this years NCAA Tournament certainly didn't disappoint. Check out my thoughts about the tournament. I have attached the link. Thanks
WHAT A GAME
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STAFF BLOG UND HOCKEY Interesting Niagara connections
The one great thing about the hockey world is that there are always connections and interesting notes about where guys have played and who they have played with. And certainly, that's the case with UN... Posted on 3/26/13 at 2:29 AM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: Sunday Ramblings
The college basketball season has come to a close for those that follow it closely here and NDSU has plenty of expectations surrounding them heading into the offseason. Jeff and I will give out full g... Posted on 3/24/13 at 8:01 PM
GRAND FORKS – The NCAA said Friday it was satisfied with the University of North Dakota’s plan to retire its Fighting Sioux nickname and logo, an important step officials say will help the university as it schedules athletic contests and works to get accepted into The Summit League.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, September 11, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA plans to expand the men's basketball tournament from 65 to 68 teams beginning next year and announced a new, $10.8 billion broadcasting deal with CBS and Turner Broadcasting on Thursday that will allow every game to be shown live for the first time.
The buzz of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament – which will conclude with Monday night’s championship game – is expansion. Many expect the billion-dollar tournament will grow from the current 65-team format to 96 teams.
Some University of North Dakota officials were hoping that a long-running dispute over the school’s Fighting Sioux nickname would be settled this week. Now it appears it could continue for several months.
By Dave Kolpack, Associated Press Writer
, January 17, 2010
NEW YORK – The vicious hair-pulling of an opponent was inexcusable. But prominent advocates of women’s sports say that so, too, has been much of the commentary generated by the popular video of college soccer player Elizabeth Lambert’s combative tactics in a recent game.
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