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I will second most of what Lord Stanley had to say. I don't know him but I was in that crowd as well. I also have the Star with a picture of him hanging from the goal post. I do believe that we had to go under the East side bleachers from time-to-time for the lightning delays. That was an unreal day. My day ended with my car being towed. It was a long, cold, wet walk to the lot to pick up my ride.
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I just found a 39-page NIU MBB Record Book link updated through the 2009-10 season. Check out the names and career stats.

http://issuu.com/brettmcwethy/docs/niu_mbb_record_book
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The following are from "About Taming the Wild Prairie: A History of DeKalb County," which has a lot of interesting stories and pictures about the county, the city and NIU.

The main site is here:
http://dig.lib.niu.edu/dekalb/about.html

Northern Illinois State Normal School, later Northern Illinois State College, later Northern Illinois University
http://dig.lib.niu.edu/dekalb/hist-normal.html

A few favorite pictures from the site:
A very lonely "Castle on the Hill"
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Anyone who went to NIU before 1995 will certainly remember the beautiful Post Office building where the very unique (sarcasm) and lovely Walgreens now sits.
http://dig.lib.niu.edu/dekalb/hist-postoffice.html
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1922 view of flagpole site and the east lagoon from Altgeld
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Aerial view from 1942 - Davis Hall is under construction
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Holmes Student Center before the tower was re-clad with white limestone panels in 1989-90. It still had dual balconies on the Sky Room level which were removed during the rehabilitation. MLK Commons was pretty much a parking lot.
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Video of when NIU upset Fresno. Students were on the field before the game was even over.
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Speaking of people or events in Huskie history that all Huskie fans should know, include Allen Rayhorn. I posted this on another thread, but thought it also belongs here.


Allen Rayhorn is the highest ranked Huskie in all time MAC statistics
http://www.midampub.com/Records.aspx
NBA draft pick 1982
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Led his team to an NCAA appearance 1982
"His scoring (1,848 career points) and rebounding (1,077 career boards) numbers put him in the company of the MAC’s hardwood elite---including greats such as Wally Szczerbiak, Howard Komives, Hal Greer, Nate Thurmond, Bonzi Wells, Dan Majarle, Grant Long, Wayne Embry, Steve Mix, Gary Trent, Ron Harper, Al Bianchi, etc. Upon his graduation, only two Mid-Am players had more rebounds---Thurmond (1,925) and Embry (1,117)---than “The Horn.”"
http://www.niuhuskies.com/sports/m-baskb...04aab.html
"Career-wise, Rayhorn started a school-record 103 times in 115 consecutive career appearances, produced 57 career point-rebound “double doubles”, rejected an NIU-record 199 opposition shots, and dunked 47 times. “Horn” graduated with at least 16 Northern Illinois records---including an impressive career .556 (640-of-1,151) field-goal percentage. Interesting enough, Rayhorn managed 16.1 ppg. and 9.4 rbpg. career averages---on only 10 shots per game. He scored a single-game career-high 37 points vs. Toledo as a junior."
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"Armato called Rayhorn “...the best I ever played with. Allen was unselfish to a fault. His shot was almost impossible to block. He had exceptionally long arms and with the full extension, it was like he was 7-foot-2 instead of the 6-9. Being a farm kid, he was stronger than he looked. Above all, Allen had great instincts, great heart, and knew the fundamentals of the game. Could he play in today’s game? Oh, yes, he’d be a 40-minute player.”
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Nothing like hearing the call "AAAllen RRRRAAAAYhorn!" after he made a basket the old packed fieldhouse! Sweet touch off the glass-- nearly unstoppable!
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Also, a reminder of rocking times for NIU basketball fans!

NIU's classic was a loss to DePaul
Terry Green's thunderous dunk over Ray Meyer's heavily favored Blue Demons still resonates in Huskies basketball lore 30 years later.

By Andy Colbert
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Posted Jan 11, 2010 @ 08:14 PM
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Thirty seasons later, one play still stands out more than any other in Northern Illinois University’s basketball history.

On Dec. 12, 1979, fresh off an NCAA Final Four appearance, DePaul came to Chick Evans Fieldhouse to face the Huskies. Would-be NBA All-Stars Mark Aguirre and Terry Cummings led a star-studded team that came to DeKalb in search of Hall-of-Fame coach Ray Meyer’s 600th career victory.

Demand for tickets was so high that some students resorted to camping outside the NIU ticket office to be assured of getting seats. Fans packed the dog house to the rafters.

The Huskies (16-13 that year) stayed within striking distance of DePaul, which would finish 26-2 and be ranked No. 1 in the nation late in the year. In the waning minutes, the breaks started to go Northern’s way and the Huskies pulled within two points.

As seconds remained, with the Huskies in possession of the ball, the noise level at Chick Evans reached a deafening crescendo. It was hard to imagine it could get much louder, but soon, it would.

NIU’s last shot was designed for future Hononegah coach Jay Bryant, but a breakdown caused Shawn Thrower to force a shot up from the corner.

Once the ball left his hands, there was silence as the ball bounced off the rim.

Then it happened, the defining moment of Chick Evans Fieldhouse.

With all eyes riveted on the arc of the missed shot, 6-foot-5 freshman forward Terry Green flew through the air, and with one hand, slammed the errant shot back in the basket.

The authority and suddenness in which Green slammed the ball, and how high he jumped, shocked the mighty Blue Demons and sent the game into overtime. It also captivated a national viewing audience on WGN-TV and sent shivers down the spines of crazed fans inside the field house.

“I was never personally associated with any one play that was as monumental as that,” said NIU coach John McDougal, who coached for more than 40 years at the college and high school level, including Rockford Lutheran. “The only thing I can compare it to in terms of timing and superlatives was the shot (Duke’s) Christian Laettner made against Kentucky.”

Mike Korcek, NIU’s sports information director, emeritus, remembers the play like it was yesterday.

“My ears were ringing. You couldn’t hear yourself think,” Korcek said. “There were 6,000 people going ape. Terry told me afterward that he thought his foot hit the net.”

DePaul players looked stunned. What Green did was not supposed to happen against the best team in the country.

“I can never remember anyone getting up that high,” said Thrower, who went on to become a DeKalb businessman. “The place was shaking and rumbling. You could feel the air moving. It was so loud, our ears were hurting and we couldn’t even hear the coach.”

Green even stunned his teammates.

“I was under the basket and thought (Thrower’s) shot was going to bounce way out,” star center Allen Rayhorn of Dakota said. “Then, I saw Terry’s shoelaces come flying by. The timing was impeccable. Unbelievable.”

The modest and unassuming Green, who finished with 55 dunks in a four-year stint for Northern, did not realize the significance of his play at first.

“I went to crash the board and nobody put a body on me,” Green said. “Maybe because the game was on TV and it was DePaul, my adrenaline was flowing. I was able to palm the ball at the peak of my jump and slam it home.”

Thirty years later, the fascination with Green’s play still remains with players, coaches and fans. For many, it remains their quintessential NIU sports thrill.

“I’ve been watching sports all my life and have never seen anything that compares to that play,” said Tim Garver, a former sports reporter for the student newspaper, the Northern Star. “It was electrifying.”

DePaul ended up edging NIU in overtime 57-55 as Aguirre made two free throws with no time on the clock after what even Aguirre called a debatable offensive foul by Bryant. But the disputed end result didn’t lesson the effect of Green’s dunk for those who saw it.

“Still today, people come up and ask me about it,” Green said. “Every once in awhile, someone will show a video of it. What stands out most is the overwhelming reaction by the fans. It still sends chills through me.”

Andy Colbert was a senior at NIU in 1979-80 and watched that NIU-DePaul game from the bleachers. He is a part-time reporter for the Rockford Register Star.
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-Thanks for posting this. I love this story and was at the game. Here's a link to the picture of "Terry Green's thunderous dunk over Ray Meyer's heavily favored Blue Demons":

http://www.rrstar.com/carousel/x17934818...ce?photo=1
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Today in College Football History (Aug. 28): NIU Puts The Chill on Maryland’s Fridge

NIU's 2003 upset of Maryland from 8/2/2011 saturdayblitz.com

"A warning for all the BCS conference powers that open Week 1 with a significant underdog: you cannot take anyone lightly. Maryland opened the 2003 season having represented the ACC in the 2002 Orange Bowl and sporting the No. 14 ranking. Opening week meant a date with Northern Illinois from the MAC, seemingly a tune-up for the talented Terrapins. Interestingly enough, UM was going to DeKalb. There is a reason few Big Six programs are willing to go into non-AQ territory. This game is Exhibit A."

Includes videos...

http://saturdayblitz.com/2011/08/28/toda...ds-fridge/
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(09-09-2011 04:53 PM)niuaccy1976 Wrote:  Today in College Football History (Aug. 28): NIU Puts The Chill on Maryland’s Fridge

NIU's 2003 upset of Maryland from 8/2/2011 saturdayblitz.com

"A warning for all the BCS conference powers that open Week 1 with a significant underdog: you cannot take anyone lightly. Maryland opened the 2003 season having represented the ACC in the 2002 Orange Bowl and sporting the No. 14 ranking. Opening week meant a date with Northern Illinois from the MAC, seemingly a tune-up for the talented Terrapins. Interestingly enough, UM was going to DeKalb. There is a reason few Big Six programs are willing to go into non-AQ territory. This game is Exhibit A."

Includes videos...

http://saturdayblitz.com/2011/08/28/toda...ds-fridge/

Wow I did not remember that they played in the orange bowl in 02.
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(09-09-2011 04:42 PM)niuaccy1976 Wrote:  -Thanks for posting this. I love this story and was at the game. Here's a link to the picture of "Terry Green's thunderous dunk over Ray Meyer's heavily favored Blue Demons":

http://www.rrstar.com/carousel/x17934818...ce?photo=1

Wow, serious 1979 hops!
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Huskie Stadium history

A couple of recent threads have people on the board dreaming about a new press box and Huskie Stadium renovation. It gets me excited too. I thought it would be a good time to post some history of our beloved stadium and its predecessor, Glidden Field. I believe this is from the 2005 media guide and has some great photos.

http://www.netitor.com/photos/schools/ni...tadium.pdf

oops, already posted this. Oh well, check it out anyway.
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It got knocked off the Northern Star website, but here are the Top 50 Huskies of All Time, a countdown of the 50 greatest figures in NIU sports, ever. Their criteria: People involved are ranked based on their accomplishments and achievements as Huskies, which include coaches, players administrators and sports information directors.

Was compiled by the Northern Star with guidance from Mike Korcek.

The list concluded on May 4th, 2009.

50. Justin McCareins
49. Mick Soli
48. Tom Wittum
47. Larry Clark
46. Ryan Diem
45 Beth Schrader
44. Billy Harris
43. Jerry Ippoliti
42. Johnny B. Johnson
41. E.C. Hill
40. Francis Stroup
39. Scott Simon
38. Joe Zimka
37. Scott Owen
36. Paul Dawkins
35. Howard Fletcher
34. Jerry Zielinkski
33. Lisa Foss
32. Jeremy Goeden
31. Tim Tyrrell
30. Tom Jorgensen
29. Mike Korcek
28. Ben Heizer
27. Larry Brink
26. Jean Pankonin
25. Reino Nori
24. Jill Justin
23. Ruth Fender
22. Carl Appell
21. Bill Malllory
20. John McDougal
19. Larry English
18. T.J. Lux
17. Roy Conrad
16. Joe Novak
15. Kenny Battle
14. Michael Turner
13. Jack Pheanis
12. Jim Bradley
11. Carol Owens
10. Ralph McKinzie
9. Garrett Wolfe
8. Kirk Mango
7. Jane Albright
6. LeShon Johnson
5. George Brok
4. Bud Nangle
3. Bob Brigham
2. Mary M. Bell
1. George "Chick" Evans
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Surprised that Chuck Ehrlich(men's gymnastics coach) is not on that list. Back in the late 70's and the 80's NIU had am incredible Men's Gymnastics team. During his tenure NIU had 5 individual national champions and 16 all americans. While I was a student 82-85, the Soviet Men's team came to NIU to compete. This was huge and sold out chick evans. Dont recall the outcome.

http://northernstar.info/city/article_17...b5aec.html
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(09-09-2011 05:12 PM)HuskieJohn Wrote:  
(09-09-2011 04:53 PM)niuaccy1976 Wrote:  Today in College Football History (Aug. 28): NIU Puts The Chill on Maryland’s Fridge

NIU's 2003 upset of Maryland from 8/2/2011 saturdayblitz.com

"A warning for all the BCS conference powers that open Week 1 with a significant underdog: you cannot take anyone lightly. Maryland opened the 2003 season having represented the ACC in the 2002 Orange Bowl and sporting the No. 14 ranking. Opening week meant a date with Northern Illinois from the MAC, seemingly a tune-up for the talented Terrapins. Interestingly enough, UM was going to DeKalb. There is a reason few Big Six programs are willing to go into non-AQ territory. This game is Exhibit A."

Includes videos...

http://saturdayblitz.com/2011/08/28/toda...ds-fridge/

Wow I did not remember that they played in the orange bowl in 02.

They finished 10th in 2001 and 13th in 2002 in the rankings. Even in 2003, they only lost twice after the game against us (once at Florida State back when FSU was a top 10 team) and finished with 10 wins and ranked 17th. They were a pretty mighty program back then. At face value, you can't top a win at Bryant-Denny Stadium, but that Maryland team was the best one NIU had beaten in years, and they haven't beaten one better since.
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(11-08-2011 04:10 PM)BobL Wrote:  Surprised that Chuck Ehrlich(men's gymnastics coach) is not on that list. Back in the late 70's and the 80's NIU had am incredible Men's Gymnastics team. During his tenure NIU had 5 individual national champions and 16 all americans. While I was a student 82-85, the Soviet Men's team came to NIU to compete. This was huge and sold out chick evans. Dont recall the outcome.

http://northernstar.info/city/article_17...b5aec.html

Did anyone ever figure out why Ehlich resigned?
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Jim Bradley story from Chicago Tribune. And no, Bradley was NOT on the cover of SI.

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1993-...usive-club

The Sad Story Of Jim Bradley And Bubbles Hawkins
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December 03, 1993|By Mike Conklin.
This may be difficult to grasp today, but 21 seasons ago the two most exciting college basketball teams in the area were Illinois State and Northern Illinois. They met once that 1972-73 campaign in De Kalb, and the showcase player was ISU senior Doug Collins. In all deference to Doug, most spectators came away from that contest, broadcast by radio play-by-play man Jim Durham, raving about two other players seemingly destined for NBA stardom.

One was NIU's Jim Bradley. He was a 6-foot-10-inch basketball genius of his day, who played only two seasons of college ball because freshmen weren't eligible and going to class became an annoyance for him. Simply put and without exaggeration, Bradley did all the things Magic Johnson made famous a decade later. Jim was the Huskies' tallest player, but he scored, rebounded, assisted, brought the ball up the court and routinely recorded triple-doubles before anyone knew what they were. His credits included a victory over Bobby Knight's Hoosiers. Against ISU that night, he scored 31 points and had 21 rebounds.

Northern won that shootout 92-88 in overtime, and the other player who stirred spectators was Bubbles Hawkins, a guard brought in by new ISU coach Will Robinson. On this night, Robinson's precocious rookie scored 21 points, only one less than Collins. Durham recalled that later in the season, when Doug was honored for his many accomplishments by the school before his final home game, Bubbles, who eventually would set the school's single-game scoring mark of 58, failed to pass to Doug as they raced down the court on a 2-on-0 fast break.

Hawkins was in the news this week. You may have read that, following a spotty career that never lived up to the early promise, he was found murdered-at age 39-in a crackhouse. Bradley? In 1982, Jim, whose pro career also was checkered, was found dead at age 29 in a Portland, Ore., alley. He had been shot in the back in what police said was a drug-related deal.

If there is a lesson, I'm not entirely sure what it is. But on that night 21 seasons ago, two talents crossed paths for a night, and now they are both dead before reaching 40. What a waste.

More plus the SI photo:
http://www.nwitimes.com/sports/local/art...a5818.html
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(11-16-2010 12:15 AM)DSniu41 Wrote:  awesome story LS!

I remember being in Lord Stanley's (the bar) after the streak-breaker game. I was coaching football back then and couldn't make it in time for the game, but went up to Dekalb to party afterward. The Dekalb Footstompers were playing (as they still do) after the game and going through their usual catalog of dirty polka tunes.

The NIU logo came up on the Stanley's big screen, which was tuned to ESPN, and a roar went up from the crowd. They showed a couple of highlights and the goalposts coming down. When the logo appeared, the Stompers dropped the song they were playing and went right into the Huskie Fight Song, which was sung by the whole joint.

Then, they started playing "When the Saints Go Marching In", which is one of their standards and usually features a conga line around the bar. In this case, the band led the crowd right out the door onto Lincoln Highway, down to 1st St, turned left past Matthew Boone's and through the back parking lot and back into the bar through the rear entrance.

Don't remember much after that. The beer was flowin'.

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The night before the Wisconsin game we took a cruise on the schooner Windy on the lake and the Footstompers was the entertainment. They played the fight song numerous times (along with dirty polkas).
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(11-10-2011 05:09 PM)sarasotahuskie Wrote:  The night before the Wisconsin game we took a cruise on the schooner Windy on the lake and the Footstompers was the entertainment. They played the fight song numerous times (along with dirty polkas).

The Footstompers at Andys....very fun!
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Here is a good stat that is not always easy to find.
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/niu/...102aaa.pdf
(This as of 1/03/12 before the GoDaddy bowl)
MOST WINS BY A SENIOR CLASS
No. Senior Class (Years)
34
2011 (2008-11)
2005 (2002-05)
1966 (1963-66)
1965 (1962-65)
33
2006 (2003-06)
2004 (2001-04)
30
2003 (2000-03)
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