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== 2006 College Football Schedules ==
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Summer is a [http://stjos.sjcpl.lib.in.us/search~S2/t?SEARCH=crazybusy&searchscope=2 "crazybusy"] time for sports!   
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Fall is [http://stjos.sjcpl.lib.in.us/search~S2/d?SEARCH=football&searchscope=2 football] season!   
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=== Tour de France ===
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=== Notre Dame ===
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*September 2 vs. Georgia Tech<br>
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*'''September 9 vs. Penn State'''<br>
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[[Image:Tour.jpg|left|80px|Tour logo]]
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*'''September 16 vs. Michigan'''<br>
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*September 23 vs. Michigan State<br>
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The [http://www.letour.fr/2006/TDF/LIVE/us/1000/index.html Tour de France] is the latest international event. The website has some interesting features, including the [http://www.letour.fr/2006/TDF/LIVE/us/1000/r2_google_earth.html route] on "Google Earth" 
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*'''September 30 vs. Purdue'''<br>
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*'''October 7 vs. Stanford'''<br>
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*'''October 21 vs. UCLA'''<br>
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*October 28 vs. Navy<br>
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*'''November 4 vs. North Carolina'''<br>
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*November 11 vs. Air Force<br>
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*'''November 18 vs. Army'''<br>
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*November 25 vs. USC
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Without [http://www.lancearmstrong.com/ Lance Armstrong], the America's interest in the race has not been what it was in the past, however this is still an exciting time for cycling enthusiasts. The [http://www.olntv.com/ Outdoor Living Network] is providing television coverage of the race.
 
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=== World Cup Soccer ===
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=== Indiana University ===
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*'''September 2 vs. Western Michigan'''<br>
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*September 9 vs. Ball State<br>
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|[[Image:Soccer ball.gif|60px|left|soccer]]
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*'''September 16 vs. Southern Illinois'''<br>
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*'''September 23 vs. Connecticut'''<br>
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|The World Cup was played in Germany in June. Featuring a news ticker, quizzes, photographs, and game highlights, as well as information about the host country, Germany, [http://wm2006.deutschland.de/EN/Navigation/Home/home.html Deutschland 2006] is the official site of the World Cup. Check it out!
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*'''September 30 vs. Wisconsin'''<br>
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*October 7 vs. Illinois<br>
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*'''October 14 vs. Iowa'''<br>
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*October 21 vs. Ohio State<br>
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*'''October 28 vs. Michigan State'''<br>
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*November 4 vs. Minnesota<br>
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*'''November 11 vs. Michigan'''<br>
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*November 18 vs. Purdue
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=== Purdue University ===
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*'''September 2 vs. Indiana State'''<br>
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*'''September 9 vs. Miami of Ohio'''<br>
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*'''September 16 vs. Ball State'''<br>
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*'''September 23 vs. Minnesota'''<br>
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*September 30 vs. Notre Dame<br>
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*October 7 vs. Iowa<br>
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*October 14 vs. Northwestern<br>
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*'''October 21 vs. Wisconsin'''<br>
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*'''October 28 vs. Penn State'''<br>
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*November 4 vs. Michigan State<br>
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*November 11 vs. Illinois<br>
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*'''November 18 vs. Indiana'''<br>
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*November 25 vs. Hawaii
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=== Michigan ===
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*'''September 2 vs. Vanderbilt'''<br>
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*'''September 9 vs. Central Michigan'''<br>
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*September 16 vs. Notre Dame<br>
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*'''September 23 vs. Wisconsin'''<br>
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*September 30 vs. Minnesota<br>
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*'''October 7 vs. Michigan State'''<br>
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*October 14 vs. Penn State<br>
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*'''October 21 vs. Iowa'''<br>
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*'''October 28 vs. Northwestern'''<br>
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*'''November 4 vs. Ball State'''<br>
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*November 11 vs. Indiana<br>
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*November 18 vs. Ohio State
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=== Michigan State ===
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*'''September 2 vs. Idaho'''<br>
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*'''September 9 vs. Eastern Michigan'''<br>
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*September 16 vs. Pittsburgh<br>
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*'''September 23 vs. Notre Dame'''<br>
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*'''September 30 vs. Illinois'''<br>
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*October 7 vs. Michigan<br>
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*'''October 14 vs. Ohio State'''<br>
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*October 21 vs. Northwestern<br>
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*October 28 vs. Indiana<br>
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*'''November 4 vs. Purdue'''<br>
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*'''November 11 vs. Minnesota'''<br>
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*November 18 vs. Penn State
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Last updated by [[User:Helena|Helena]] 14:32, 12 July 2006 (EDT). Feel free to leave comments on the [[Talk:Sports & Recreation|discussion]] page.
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Last updated by [[User:Maire|Maire]] 16:06, 28 August 2006 (EDT). Maintained by [[User:Helena|Helena]]. Feel free to leave comments on the [[Talk:Sports & Recreation|discussion]] page.
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Revision as of 20:06, 28 August 2006

Local Sports and Recreation


Other Recreation Resources


College Sports


Professional Sports


Sports in the Media


Contents

New Sports Books @ the Library

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When Chicago Ruled Baseball
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Cubs Essential
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Wrigleyworld
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Dingers
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Clearing the Bases
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When Chicago Ruled Baseball

Cubs Essential

Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball's Best Neighborhood

Dingers: A Short History of the Long Ball

Clearing the Bases: Juiced Players, Monster Salaries, Sham Records


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Marathon
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Beginner's Guide to Fly Fishing
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The One that Got Away
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Marathon and Half Marathon: The Beginner's Guide

Beginner's Guide to Fly Fishing

The One that Got Away: A memoir


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Bobby Allison
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Week...NASCAR
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Mario Tailgates NASCAR Style
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Miracle: Bobby Allison and the Saga of the Alabama Gang

A Week in the Life of NASCAR

Mario Tailgates NASCAR Style



Featured New Books

Guide to Tee Ball

Ned McIntosh and Rich Cropper, the authors of this informative and easy-to-read book, have more than 30 years combined coaching experience between them. Endorsed by Little League Baseball, the book covers everything from teaching the rules and positions of the game to teaching kids to hit, throw, catch, and run bases. The authors also emphasize the importance of keeping practice fun and maintaining the proper perspective. From breaking in a new glove to developing a natural swing, and including the regulations prescribed by Little League, this new classic provides coaches the advice and know-how to teach the next generation of baseball players. (Check the library's catalog for the availability of this title.)


Girl's Guide to NASCAR
There seems to be a trend lately for sports stars' wives to write books about their husbands' sports. Last fall, I featured Get Your Own Damn Beer, I'm Watching the Game!, a woman's guide to loving professional football by Holly Robinson Peete (wife of Rodney Peete). Now comes Liz Allison's The Girl's Guide to NASCAR. Allison is the wife of NASCAR driver Davey Allison (see Miracle above). Featuring a foreward by Darrell Waltrip, and fun chapter titles like "Baby You Can Drive My Car...," and "Rules, What Rules?" this little book is full of the ins and outs of NASCAR racing. Whether you're a girl or a guy, if you want to get in on all those conversations about racing going on around the grill this summer check out this title.


Sports and Recreation around Michiana

Get out there and get moving

<div class="floatleft">South Bend Parks</div>


The South Bend Parks & Recreation Department has an exciting lineup of sports and activities.


  • Check out their site for more information on programs and classes.


Potato Creek

purple wildflowers

Did you know that we have a big, beautiful state park within our county's boundaries? The six square-mile Potato Creek State Park is owned and maintained by the Indiana DNR. The park features a wide array of features for year-round family enjoyment (although if you saw my feature about sledding last winter, you know that the weather can effect your plans!). Featuring a Nature Center and picnic shelters, as well as bike rentals and swimming, the park might be just the ticket for your next family outing. Before you go, be sure to grab a copy of their flier.


Local Attraction

College Football Hall of Fame
The Football Hall of Fame is among the nation's premier sports shrines, preserving the history and ongoing story of college football while promoting an understanding of the positive values of the sport. The Hall of Fame is one of many programs conducted by the National Football Foundation to recognize, preserve and foster values developed through participation in amateur football.


Did you know...?
football

The Michiana area has a long tradition of semi-professional football, dating back to the early 1970's when the Michiana Hawks played in Niles. The latest team to play in the area is the Indiana Titans. Several of the veteran players for the Titans formerly played for the South Bend Stampede.


The Indiana Thunder is a full contact women’s football team in the National Women’s Football Association, the largest and fastest growing full contact women’s football league in the world.



2006 College Football Schedules

Fall is football season!

Notre Dame

  • September 2 vs. Georgia Tech
  • September 9 vs. Penn State
  • September 16 vs. Michigan
  • September 23 vs. Michigan State
  • September 30 vs. Purdue
  • October 7 vs. Stanford
  • October 21 vs. UCLA
  • October 28 vs. Navy
  • November 4 vs. North Carolina
  • November 11 vs. Air Force
  • November 18 vs. Army
  • November 25 vs. USC


Indiana University

  • September 2 vs. Western Michigan
  • September 9 vs. Ball State
  • September 16 vs. Southern Illinois
  • September 23 vs. Connecticut
  • September 30 vs. Wisconsin
  • October 7 vs. Illinois
  • October 14 vs. Iowa
  • October 21 vs. Ohio State
  • October 28 vs. Michigan State
  • November 4 vs. Minnesota
  • November 11 vs. Michigan
  • November 18 vs. Purdue


Purdue University

  • September 2 vs. Indiana State
  • September 9 vs. Miami of Ohio
  • September 16 vs. Ball State
  • September 23 vs. Minnesota
  • September 30 vs. Notre Dame
  • October 7 vs. Iowa
  • October 14 vs. Northwestern
  • October 21 vs. Wisconsin
  • October 28 vs. Penn State
  • November 4 vs. Michigan State
  • November 11 vs. Illinois
  • November 18 vs. Indiana
  • November 25 vs. Hawaii


Michigan

  • September 2 vs. Vanderbilt
  • September 9 vs. Central Michigan
  • September 16 vs. Notre Dame
  • September 23 vs. Wisconsin
  • September 30 vs. Minnesota
  • October 7 vs. Michigan State
  • October 14 vs. Penn State
  • October 21 vs. Iowa
  • October 28 vs. Northwestern
  • November 4 vs. Ball State
  • November 11 vs. Indiana
  • November 18 vs. Ohio State


Michigan State

  • September 2 vs. Idaho
  • September 9 vs. Eastern Michigan
  • September 16 vs. Pittsburgh
  • September 23 vs. Notre Dame
  • September 30 vs. Illinois
  • October 7 vs. Michigan
  • October 14 vs. Ohio State
  • October 21 vs. Northwestern
  • October 28 vs. Indiana
  • November 4 vs. Purdue
  • November 11 vs. Minnesota
  • November 18 vs. Penn State


Last updated by Maire 16:06, 28 August 2006 (EDT). Maintained by Helena. Feel free to leave comments on the discussion page.

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