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  1. Doug Gottlieb: The Ten will live in Cowboys hearts forever

    Doug Gottlieb

    Even several years later, the 2001 Oklahoma State plane crash hasn't gotten any easier for ESPN analyst and OSU alum Doug Gottlieb, who shares his memories of The Ten who perished on that cold January night.

    Story | Conversation | January 26, 2011
  2. Doug Gottlieb: Even 20 years later, memories of Hank Gathers stil...

    Doug Gottlieb

    Kurt Tatge was my first No. 44. He played for my father at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and I always thought his number was cool. Tatge had long, curly, blond hair, was smooth with the ladies and solid on the court, but his number was what stood out. Loo...

    Blog | Conversation | March 04, 2010
  3. Doug Gottlieb: The Ten will live in Cowboys hearts forever

    Doug Gottlieb

    Another anniversary of the 2001 Oklahoma State plane crash just passed, and it hasn't gotten any easier for ESPN analyst and OSU alum Doug Gottlieb, who shares his memories of The Ten who perished on that cold January night.

    Story | Conversation | February 02, 2010
  4. UConn, Pitt prepare for Round 2

    Doug Gottlieb

    The first matchup of these Big East heavyweights produced a 22-point, 23-rebound statement from DeJuan Blair, the quietest 25 points in recent memory from Sam Young and two massive Levance Fields jumpers as Pitt took down then-No. 1 UConn, 76-68. T...

    Blog | March 06, 2009
  5. Big East heavyweights UConn and Pitt prepare for Round 2

    Doug Gottlieb

    The first matchup of these Big East heavyweights produced a 22-point, 23-rebound statement from DeJuan Blair, the quietest 25 points in recent memory from Sam Young and two massive Levance Fields jumpers as Pitt took down then-No. 1 UConn, 76-68. T...

    Blog | Conversation | March 06, 2009
  6. Lasting legacies define my ESPN-era player Rushmore

    Doug Gottlieb

    In choosing the four players from the ESPN era to make his Mount Rushmore, Doug Gottlieb focused on longevity and lasting legacy.

    Story | Conversation | April 24, 2006