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October 15, 2005



Not a great day for a Berkeley guy, but the Hawkeye in you's gotta be tickled pink! (pun not intended, of course) With an Iowa win over Indiana and Michigan's phenomenal last second heroics to squeak by Penn State, the Hawkeyes find themselves in a 3-way tie for first in the Big 10. Not so bad after such a rocky start.

The best thing is, Iowa gets to thank Michigan for bumping us up in the rankings by hosting the Wolverines next weekend: Blackout Saturday - bravosportsmarketing.com/Store/Scripts/prodView.asp?idProduct=54

It's gonna be sweet! It's great to be a Hawk.


At least the Bruins eeked out a victory to remain undefeated! =)


I was going to take some fall pictures.


I kept forgetting that Bravo had moved The Law Firm to Saturday. Who moves a show to Saturday? Oh well Michael was probably the best litigator on the show. It seemed like Olivier got as far as he did because Roy Black had a crush on him.

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