I registered the domain name Ay-ziggy-zoomba.com on March 31, 2001… almost 11 years ago now. Not a month later, on April 27, 2001, the number 1 member, BGHoward, passed away. That really became the driving force behind my developing, growing and pushing forward with this website. For those of you who don’t know, BGHoward was my dad, and the reason for my love of BGSU as an institution and as a sports fan.
I went to the exhibition game against Tiffin on Saturday – correction: I went to the first half of the exhibition game before darling daughter decided it was time to go. If you haven’t been there, the Stroh is going to be an AMAZING venue for basketball games!
The BGSU compliance office has created the BGSU Compliance Booster Presentation to help educate boosters such as you and I on NCAA compliance issues. Should you read it? Yes you should! (It’s short and an easy read, so I know you all can handle it )
I’m 40 years old (I turn 41 on 3/6/2011… but I’m clinging). My entire life there has been this place where I could go and feel at home. I walk in and inhale the smells, hear the sounds, feel the “pulse” and all the REAL issues in life fade away for a couple of hours. That’s important in this world, having a place where you can escape for a while…
Link to a great look back at some of his favorite NON BG hoops memories from the House that Roars by “Orange”
We’ve seen some amazing games, and we’ve seen some REALLY AWFUL games, but we always come back. We celebrate together, we sulk together, and, most importantly, we make wise-ass remarks together.
‘m still a bit gobsmacked by the events of the past 48 hours… but I hope to have an in-depth post about this donation in the next couple of days. Right now though, I just want to say thanks… thanks for doing exactly what I would do for the exact same reasons I’d have done it, Mr. Frack.
I’ve been going to BGSU basketball games in Anderson Arena for a LONG TIME… I’ve gotten to see some pretty great players play in Anderson, but I was always frustrated that I never got to see some of the GREATEST of all time. Thanks to the BGSU Center for Archival Collections, I’ve gotten that chance…
Browse Album :: BGSU’s Athletic Facilities.
Jon Hair is a fascinating guy! He’s installed sculpture on over 25 college campuses, played drums with Jimi Hendrix and Simon & Garfunkel, and his high school marching band played in Fremont once!