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Baylor fires associate director for football operations

Scandal-plagued Baylor dismissed its associate director for football operations about a month after he was hired, USA TODAY Sports confirmed late Monday night.

DeMarkco Butler was hired Feb. 320 more words

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Ole Miss Basketball: NIT Preview-Rebel vs. Monmouth

Well we all saw this coming now, didn’t we? We knew we weren’t going to the NCAA Tournament this year. However, we are going to the… 454 more words

Sharp Shooting Stuns Monmouth Men's Basketball in MAAC Semifinal

(This story was published in the March 8, 2017 online exclusive of The Outlook, the student-run newspaper of Monmouth University.)

It was far from a perfect ending at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Tournament for the men’s basketball team this weekend. 826 more words

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Monmouth Basketball Ready to Avenge MAAC Tournament Loss

For the second straight year, the Monmouth University men’s basketball team secured a regular season MAAC title after defeating Niagara 93-75 on Thursday, Feb. 16. 281 more words

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Chatelain: At Monmouth, It Was Obvious Big Things Awaited Chris Hogan

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To hear the story about the day Chris Hogan arrived on Monmouth’s doorstep, it sounds almost like folklore, as though he were the Paul Bunyan or Roy Hobbs of mid-major college football. 1,143 more words

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Monmouth University Is Getting Bruce Springsteen Archives

Monmouth University has acquired Bruce Springsteen’s archives. “The rocker’s personal collection of written works, photographs, magazines and other artifacts from throughout his career will make up the new Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music. 29 more words

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New Jersey University To Host Bruce Springsteen's Archives

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) — While it takes Bruce Springsteen close to four hours to effectively revisit the four-plus decades of his career in concert, the Boss needed just 90 minutes to chronicle his life story at New Jersey’s Monmouth University. 115 more words

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