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Men’s basketball coach named Sportsperson of the Year

Weber State University men’s basketball coach Randy Rahe was one of several people honored by the National MS Society’s Utah/Southern Idaho chapter Wednesday night. Rahe received the Sportsperson of the Year award. “It must have been a down year in Utah, I guess, if I got that thing,” Rahe said, laughing, on Tuesday. “It’s really […]

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Men’s basketball welcomes added attention

The Weber State University men’s basketball team began its preseason work last week. The team is coming off of one of the most successful seasons in school history, going 30-7 and advancing to the finals of the College Insider Tournament. Veteran players had the chance to work with new recruits during the summer, and they […]

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Marc’s Remarks: 3-pointer, the new layup

Recently I attended a youth basketball game, and I was extremely surprised at something I saw there. Something that, if I had done it in my youth playing time, I would have gotten an earful from my coach. One of the teams had just taken the court and was about to start warming up. The […]

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Ogden City honors Lillard

Damian Lillard returned to Ogden this last Saturday as the city honored him for his achievements in his first year in the NBA. Lillard was presented with the key to the city and he talked about his first year as a member of the Portland Trail Blazers. “The key to the city is actually a […]

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Ogden to host Damian Lillard Day To honor former WSU All-American basketball player and NBA Rookie of the Year, Ogden City and Weber State Athletics has teamed up to put on Damian Lillard Day, scheduled for June 15, 2013. The event will take place at The Junction in downtown Ogden, beginning at 12:30 p.m., with […]

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Marc’s Remarks: Lillard gains nation’s attention — and mine

Sitting next to unarguably the biggest basketball star in Weber State University history 13 months ago, even head coach Randy Rahe was surprised by the biggest goal young point guard Damian Lillard had when he announced he would enter the NBA draft. “I want to be Rookie of the Year,” Lillard said. “Some people might […]

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