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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Eugene Nash Update

Posted By on Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 1:25 PM

Last week we announced that we were unleashing the awe-inspiring full power of this blog and its readers on the project of tracking down legendary basketball walk-on Eugene Nash. Without spoiling any surprises, I'm happy to report that we've made significant progress towards our goal...thanks to everyone who helped with your comments and emails.

We'll have another update next week, but for now here's a quick look at some of the things we learned (and hopefully this doesn't come across as stalkerish...that is SO not our intention):

* Commenter FreeThrow tipped us to this feature on Eugene and his daughter in High School Sports the Magazine.

* Commenter and occasional contributor Whit E. Knight tracked down a Eugene Nash reference in a recent article in the Morning News.

* Lastly, this article in the Benton County Daily Record has a nice anecdote at the end about Eugene hanging out with former teammates Marvin Delph, Ron Brewer and Jim Counce.

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