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Among the Best: Tuesday Night Test

Last Saturday our Toledo Rockets traveled to Buffalo for a game that was anything but easy. Although they were down 14-7 at halftime the Rockets came back to a 25-20 victory over the Bulls thanks to a huge 18 point third quarter. Toledo’s eighth consecutive victory has attracted the attention of not only its fans but of coaches and press around the country.

The Rockets go into tomorrow night’s game against the Ball State Cardinals finding themselves ranked 25th in the BCS (Bowl Championship Series) rankings and 23rd in the AP (Associated Press) Poll! The last time Toledo was ranked in the BCS was in 2001. The Rockets, who have already taken down a BCS ranked opponent in Cincinnati, look to win their astonishing ninth straight game, and they’ll do it in front of the home crowd, under the lights, at the Glass Bowl Stadium!

They need your support! The game is at 8:00pm tomorrow night (November 6th) and will be nationally televised on ESPN 2. I hope to see the Glass Bowl fully decked out in Blue and Gold!

See you at the game!

Go Rockets!


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About Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace

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In her role as Senior Vice President for Student Affairs at The University of Toledo, Dr. Patten Wallace provides leadership for creating an environment and system of support that is conducive to students achieving their educational goals. The offices and departments that make up the Division of Student Affairs include: Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Residence Life, Department of Student Success, the University Counseling Center, Office for the Student Experience, Office of Excellence and Multicultural Student Services, the Center for International Studies & Programs, Office of Recreation, Student Legal Services, and the Office of Student Involvement. Dr. Patten Wallace works with students, faculty, staff and administrators to help ensure student success and to fulfill the University's mission for a student-centered environment.

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