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  • It's become common practice during Bozeman's four years at Morgan State to redshirt his true freshmen.

    Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference

  • The 77-50 loss to the Mountaineers on March 19 was ugly, yes, but the lopsided finale doesn't detract from what was otherwise a fine season for coach Todd Bozeman's Bears.

    Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference

  • Stone, and along that valley to Bozeman's Pass, through the Belt range of mountains; thence down the Gallatin Valley, crossing the Madison

    Minnesota; Its Character and Climate Likewise Sketches of Other Resorts Favorable to Invalids; Together With Copious Notes on Health; Also Hints to Tourists and Emigrants.

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  • But Tunnell hit two free throws on the next possession before Jackson missed a long 3 to end coach Todd Bozeman's hopes of another NCAA appearance.

    The Seattle Times

  • Arkansas Little Rock 64, North Texas 63: Solomon Bozeman's deep three-pointer with 1.5 seconds remaining sent the Trojans to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 21 years with the Sun Belt Conference title.

    latimes.com - News

  • Bozeman's shot capped a seven-point comeback in the final two minutes for the Trojans 19-16, who entered the tournament on a three-game losing streak, then won four games in four days.

    latimes.com - News

  • Solomon Bozeman's deep 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds remaining gave Arkansas-Little Rock a 64-63 win over North Texas for the Sun Belt title on Tuesday night and sent the Trojans to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 21 years.

    The Seattle Times

  • What could be seen was Bozeman's red T-shirt and the smooth skin on his muscled arms, visible signs of what his friends and family kept repeating: He was too young to die.

    Anderson Independent Mail Stories

  • Bozeman's friend, Ray Williams, was among the crowd that waited beneath the maple tree.

    Anderson Independent Mail Stories

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