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Assistant coach preps BGSU for big test

toledoblade.com — MADISON, Wis. - The Bowling Green State University football team's noon contest against No. 19 Wisconsin at Camp Randall Stadium today is a homecoming of sorts for BG wide receivers coach Sean Lewis. Lewis, who played for the Badgers from 2004-07, was part of the teams who took on the Falcons in both 2005 and '06.

Miller says UM offensive line growing more effective

toledoblade.com — ANN ARBOR - A year ago, the Michigan football team's offensive line was on the verge of being in flux. Despite Michigan's 4-0 record after its win over Connecticut, questions surrounded the offensive line's capabilities and effectiveness as a unit.
Sep 20, 2014

Miller part of a new-look offensive line for Michigan, which hosts Utah at 3:30 p.m. today toledoblade.com/Michigan/2014/…

County says more dogs at shelter saved

toledoblade.com — Area animal rescues are seeing an uptick in the number of animals saved, including dogs, at the once beleaguered Lucas County Canine Care & Control. As five rescue groups geared up for a superhero-themed mega adoption event today and Sunday at the Lucas County Recreation Center in Maumee, the county shelter is already celebrating a record-high save rate for the dogs there.
Sep 20, 2014

.@LucasCountyDogs has come a long way the last several years. Shelter now has 61.7% save rate, was only 27.6% in 2008 po.st/q6Nzlx

Mayor, council at odds over lack of street repaving

toledoblade.com — Even with heavy infighting over street repaving this year - and several city councilmen's recent, futile demands to increase such work this year - Toledo will not complete one-third of the work planned for 2014, and none of the repaving associated with water-line replacement. Mayor D.
Sep 20, 2014

#Toledo wont complete 1/3 street repaving work planned for 2014, and none of the repaving associated with water-line po.st/F4FIxz

Longtime local radio personality Denny Schaffer returning to Toledo airwaves

www4.toledoblade.com — Denny Schaffer, a longtime local radio personality who left Toledo nearly a decade ago for a broadcasting job in Atlanta, is returning to northwest Ohio airwaves. Beginning at 6 a.m.
Sep 19, 2014

Denny Schaffer is coming back on #Toledo airwaves; he'll be rejoined by old Breakfast Club friends | tol.bz/1p4Qbe6 @DennyRadio

Not just for kicks

toledoblade.com — BOWLING GREEN - Tyler Tate wants everyone to understand: His job kicking field goals and extra points for the Bowling Green State University football team is important to him, but it is not the most important thing to him. "I want to do really well for my teammates and my school," Tate said.