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Bill Bowman's college sports column: Bill O'Brien weighing options
Getting a big-time coaching gig, in any sport, is all about timing, being hot at the right time. Whether it’s a top coordinator for a good team, or a hot-shot college coach, success will have people reaching for the phone.
Bill Bowman on college sports: Plenty of ball left to play
A month of the college basketball season really isn’t enough to judge a team, particularly when you are playing nonconference games across the board.
Bill Bowman on college sports: Susquehanna still fighting
Back in the preseason, Steve Briggs said the first month of the season was going to be crucial for his Susquehanna University football team.
Bill Bowman's college sports column: Schlegel trades bump for thump
Shikellamy grad a gunner at Wake Forest
Bill Bowman's college sports column: Here's what I think
Three weeks don’t make a football season, but it’s enough time to take a pulse
Bill Bowman's college football column: Paterno made impact at PSU
My favorite Joe Paterno story was also one of his favorites. Must have been because I heard it at least once a year over the past 15 years. Joseph Vincent Paterno wasn't supposed to be a football coach.
Bill Bowman's column on college sports: Fast break
Late Friday night word came from Bucknell that coach Kathy Fedorjaka was stepping down immediately from her post as the university's women's basketball coach, walking away in the middle of her 15th season in Lewisburg.
Bill Bowman's column on college sports: Crusaders learn lesson about closing
It may have seemed like nit-picking at the time, but Frank Marcinek wasn't doing it for the sake of picking nits. He had a purpose behind it, because he sees the big picture.
Bucknell men tip off Patriot League play
LEWISBURG - As the Bucknell men prepare to open defense of their Patriot League basketball title this afternoon at Army, Bison coach Dave Paulsen feels like his squad accomplished a lot in a 16-game exhibition season. Then again, he also still has plenty of concerns heading into today's trip to West Point.
Former Bison returns home
Bill Courtney spent four of the best years of his life at Bucknell, making his mark in the classroom and on the basketball court, while soaking up enough knowledge from his old coach, Charlie Woollum, to become a pretty darn good coach himself.
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