Is it too late for this?

Is it too late for this?

Marcus Dodson, Associate Sports Editor
April 21, 2015
Filed under Sports

With April showers come the NBA playoffs. After an 82-game season filled with drama and excitement, the top eight teams from each conference will now compete for the beloved Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy in the 2015 NBA playoffs. Many of the NBA’s best teams reside in the Western Conference.... Read more »

UT takes two of three against NIU

UT takes two of three against NIU

Keith Boggs, Sports Reporter
April 21, 2015
Filed under Sports

Riding high off of a mid-week 5-0 win over No. 25 Notre Dame, the Toledo Rockets baseball team took this weekend’s series against Northern Illinois by winning two of three games. Toledo (15-24, MAC 8-7) won their first game 5-0 and their second game 4-0 before dropping the series finally 4-3 in... Read more »

Hunt has legitimate shot at NFL

Hunt has legitimate shot at NFL

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
April 21, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Kareem Hunt isn’t shy when it comes to discussing his dreams of playing in the National Football League. Actually, Toledo’s star tailback isn’t shy period. But he’s really adamant about this professional football thing. And he isn’t the only one who thinks he can make it. Hunt’s... Read more »

Ealey’s story

Ealey’s story

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
April 14, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Former University of Toledo quarterback Chuck Ealey’s name has become synonymous with the midnight blue and gold. In three years as Toledo’s starting signal caller, Ealey led the Rockets to a 35-0 record. The Mid-American Conference Player of the Year also won three Tangerine Bowls and was a Heisman... Read more »

Next in line

Next in line

Robert Hearons, sports reporter
April 14, 2015
Filed under Sports

The University of Toledo football team shook off the last of the winter cobwebs last Saturday in their annual spring game at the Glass Bowl. Last year at this time, much of the talk that surrounded the Rockets focused on who would eventually line up under center. This season that song remains the... Read more »

Defense is key

Defense is key

Keith Boggs, Sports Reporter
April 14, 2015
Filed under Sports

The University of Toledo’s spring football game lacked offensive excitement as the blue team walked away with an unconventional 6-5 win over the gold team on Saturday in the Glass Bowl. The Rockets finished last season as the number-one ranked offense in the Mid-American Conference last season,... Read more »

Always expect the right thing

Always expect the right thing

Blake Bacho , Sports Editor
April 7, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

We’re going to take a quick trip down I-75 for this one. In case you recently took up residence beneath a slab of granite, Bowling Green State University is currently searching for a new men’s basketball coach. Chris Jans was fired after only one season due to his sloppy, drunken performance... Read more »

Spring is here

Spring is here

Keith Boggs, Sports Reporter
April 7, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Every college football team has questions coming into their spring game. For the Rockets, the questions begin along the offensive line. Five starters from last season will graduate this May, leaving only one player on the University of Toledo’s roster with starting experience for the midnight... Read more »

Anderson is acclimating well in sophomore season under new staff

Anderson is acclimating well in sophomore season under new staff

Robert Hearons, Sports Reporter
March 31, 2015
Filed under Sports

The jump from freshman to sophomore year, for any college student, can be a monumental one in terms of self-discovery. For University of Toledo sophomore pitcher Emily Anderson, one thing is clear from here on out: she is a heck of a pitcher with no ceiling in sight. “This is a whole different... Read more »

New sheriff in town

New sheriff in town

Marcus Dodson, Associate Sports Editor
March 31, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The casual fan may not realize that A.J. Montoya is only a freshman. Toledo’s rookie catcher currently leads the team in ten offensive categories. He has a .313 batting average, 15 RBI’s and five home runs. And Montoya is only 26 games into his collegiate career. “I’m just seeing the... Read more »

Kareem Hunt set to build off last season

Kareem Hunt set to build off last season

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
March 31, 2015
Filed under Sports

Kareem Hunt’s final numbers this past season are staggering. The Rockets’ bruising running back churned out 1,631 rushing yards in 2014, the tenth-most in the country last year and second-most in program history. He was sidelined for three full games and half of two other contests, yet ranked... Read more »

Road to the NFL

Road to the NFL

Blake Bacho, Sports Editor
March 24, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

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