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  • Other sites accent Toledo's Christian and Moorish heritage as well, arguably giving rise to the expression, "Holy Toledo."

    Bob Schulman: Sephardic Spain: Mazel Bueno

  • Toledo's multi-religious heritage over the years gave it today's marketing slogan: "The City of the Three Cultures."

    Bob Schulman: Sephardic Spain: Mazel Bueno

  • Some parents have responded by pulling their children from Toledo's public schools.

    Teacher Who Served as Symbol of Jobs Measure Gets Laid Off

  • Then Toledo's youth and glaring lack of size, experience, and competitive Division I talent took over again.

    Mid-American Conference

  • The veteran line should be Toledo's dominant unit, while receiver Eric Page gives the receivers an explosive quality, and running back Morgan Williams appears ready for the workhorse role.

    Around the Mid-American Conference

  • Toledo's coaching staff gave a number of the skill position players time on the stage in the spring game, with four quarterbacks, 13 receivers, and four running backs seeing substantial action. —

    Around the Mid-American Conference

  • Toledo's second-year head coach Tim Beckman did not do much to clear the air.

    Around the Mid-American Conference

  • If he truly does not know who is the best of the bunch, then Toledo's offensive questions will hang over fall workouts like a dark cloud.

    Around the Mid-American Conference

  • -- Senior DE Alex Johnson returns as one of Toledo's defensive leaders after being the most reliable member on an often suspect front unit for the Rockets.

    Toledo - Team Notes

  • Toledo's 5-7 record in Beckman's first season showed him that the Rockets might not have the foot soldiers to hit those targets, so his second recruiting class became critical.

    Toledo - Team Notes

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