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Months After Breaking Leg, Finding Tumor, Rocklin High QB Gets Call From Boise State

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Eight months after a broken leg revealed a tumor in his hip, a Rocklin High School football player is getting a new opportunity with a college program. 348 more words

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Welcome to My World

This is my first adventure into blogging.  This is also coincides with my first real adventure back into the “classroom,” even if this is a digital learning environment.   89 more words

Boise State

Preparing My Heart For Haiti

It has been a long time since my last post! Too long in fact. For those who have been following our adoption process on my wife’s… 863 more words

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Alpha Sigma Alphas Making Waves in Boise!

Each semester our sisters do some amazing things all over campus. From planning Dance Marathon and Relay for Life, joining our Panhellenic Council, being leaders in clubs like the American Red Cross Club and the Chemistry Club, and so much more our sisters make it a priority to get involved at Boise State. 493 more words

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Mom's Weekend 2015

This April we celebrated our annual Mom’s Weekend! Mothers, sisters, and friends came and joined us for a weekend of time together doing fun activities. Some of those activities included attending the farmers market in downtown Boise, cheering on ASA at the final event of Greek Week, field day, a yoga session at the rec center, and last but not least, a beautiful brunch. 11 more words

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Boise State loses athletic director Coyle to Syracuse but does it really qualify as a loss?

Boise State will spend the summer searching for a new athletic director.

Syracuse University announced Friday night that it has decided on Broncos’ athletic director Mark Coyle to be the person who cleans up the big mess the Orange athletic department has become. 394 more words

College Football

Winning and Losing: Active Streaks

Six teams ended 2014 on winning streaks of five games or more.

Ohio State – 13 games.
Last loss:  Sept. 6, 2014.  35-21 to Virginia Tech. 907 more words