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Super Bowl XLIII preview: Hilltop predictions

As the country prepares to spend the better part of Sunday afternoon glued to the TV, yelling at referees and enjoying party snacks, the Scout wants to make sure its readers are as informed about the big game as possible. It can be difficult to…

Braves pick up pair of MVC wins

The men’s basketball team picked up back-to-back wins in its recent two-game home stand.   The wins put Bradley in sole possession of second place in the Missouri Valley Conference. After taking down Indiana State on “Throwback Night” Saturday, the Braves dawned the special jerseys…

While we were gone: what Braves fans missed over break

Bradley adds to its Athletics Hall of Fame with four inductions Bradley added three individuals and one team to its Athletics Hall of Fame during halftime of the men’s basketball game against Creighton on Jan. 10. The 2008-09 class included men’s basketball player Adebayo Akinkunle,…

Andrew Warren to apply for medical red-shirt

After suffering a broken bone in his right foot prior to the season, junior guard Andrew Warren has decided to apply for a medical red-shirt at the end of the year and gain an extra season of eligibility. Warren suffered a broken foot prior to…

What’s wrong with football these days?

It could be that Brett Favre is playing in New York instead of the NFC North, or it could be the fact that we have seen more commercials featuring Peyton Manning than highlights. Or, as much as it pains me to say, it could be…

Dominguez signs 14 in first year as baseball coach

First-year Bradley coach Elvis Dominguez has recruited enough players to fill up the diamond and have a full five-man rotation for next year. Dominguez and his staff worked together to bring in 14 recruits ranging from seven states including New York and Florida. “You’re dealing…

Versace brings color to BU basketball

A Bradley coaching legend has returned to the Hilltop. Dick Versace, a former National College Coach of the Year, has been providing his input on Bradley basketball this season as the team’s color commentator on TV. The former Braves coach returns to Bradley after spending…

Women’s basketball wins Thanksgiving tourney

The Bradley women’s basketball team improved to 5-1 on the season after beating UC Riverside 59-56 in the championship game of the NAU Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday. The win marked the first tournament title and best team start since the 2001-02 season, as well as…

Braves win third straight, lose Egolf

The men’s basketball team caught fire from behind the arc on Saturday en route to an 82-69 defeat of East Tennessee State at Carver Arena. The Braves’ third straight win didn’t come without a price as the team’s recent spark plug, sophomore Will Egolf, suffered…

Soccer eliminated from MVC tourney

The soccer team left its hopes of matching last year’s success on the field last Friday, falling to Creighton in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. A day after defeating tournament-host Evansville on penalty kicks to reach the semi-finals, the Braves were shutout by the NCAA…

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