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  • Toughness plays, 50-50 balls, second-chance points, I don't like to lose those battles.

    Bowling Green - Team Notes

  • The goal came a half-hour after Brazil equalized on a controversial second-chance penalty kick.

    One Save Leads to Another

  • The Cougars got double-digit scoring from five players in the game, generated 23 second-chance points from 19 offensive rebounds and shot 10-for-21 from the 3-point arc.

    Washington State - Team Notes

  • Raymond Felton answered with a second-chance jumper at the other end, but he missed twice as the Thunder were able to tie it with two free throws from Serge Ibaka and then one by Westbrook with 29.1 seconds left.

    WATCH: Kevin Durant Drains Amazing Game-Winner

  • My grandma used to say, God is a second-chance God.

    Joseph’s Grace

  • Two films in particular merit a second-chance glance.

    Documentary Dramas and Communist Comedies

  • The most obvious problems that stemmed from Samhan situation were a 40-18 advantage on the glass for Saint Mary's, a 21-4 edge in second-chance points for the Gaels and 15 more free throw attempts for the Gaels in the ballgame.

    Richmond - Team Notes

  • No other system of higher education in the world does so much to provide access and second-chance opportunities as our community colleges.

    Arne Duncan: Community Colleges: The Gateway to Success

  • But he said that what alarmed him were Minnesota's 18 offensive rebounds to the Knicks 'seven, and the second-chance opportunities that afforded them.

    Wanted: Rebounding Help for Knicks

  • The offensive rebounding, they got 23 second-chance points, and 31 free throws. ...

    Northeast Conference

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