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PAST to PRESENT , the evolution of College Ball Parks.

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Score Card 4-5 The Evolution of college Ball parks (cover story)

6-7The Future, Now. 8-9 The first true college baseball progam and the legend who started it.

10- Voices in the crowd. 11-14 History reviewed the greatest players and moments in NCAA History.

The legend Gene Stephenson and the wichita state baseball program.

15-16 Why the NCAA is

the best path to take straight of High School.

Kansas state sweeps kansas and gains sole possesssion of 1st in the big 12 cofference.

17 - Fans in the crowd.

Check us out online and on twitter, www.Collegedugoutweekly.com @collegedugout

Why the NCAA is better out of High School. pg. 15-16

Austin Meadows dominates the perfect game showcase will this effect his choice to go to College?


A NEW ERA IN OMAHA

THE EVOLUTION OF COLLEGE BALL PARKS

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Fans find these new stadiums quite Fancy. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”

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The Future Now You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size.

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his is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font,

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer font with roughly the same size.show a much longer story.

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This is the exact story copy you willzine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer font with roughly the same size.show a much longer story.

This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs.

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This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”

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his is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.”

. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size.

This is the caption copy you will use for the pictures you use in the magazine. This copy is in Arial 9-point font with a leading size of 11. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of sans serif font with roughly the same size.

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design. ,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look .” This is the caption copy you will use for the pictures you use in the magazine. This copy is in Arial 9-point font with a leading size of 11. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of sans serif font with roughly the same size.

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

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Voices

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Jackson Reynolds, Loserville , Lousiana This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

Andrew White Boston , Massechuets

use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel

be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story.

Cole Schmitt Creatine, Colorado

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design

This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project. You can copy and paste it multiple times if you need to show a much longer story. This copy is in Times New Roman 10-point font with a leading size of 12. You may adjust the font, however, it must be a similar type of serif font with roughly the same size. “Whatever font you use it must be the font you use in all story copy in your magazine design,” Mr. Sullivan said. “Feel free to break up the paragraphs so the text does not look repetitive.” This is the exact story copy you will use for all of your stories in the Graphic Design Fundamentals magazine project.

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By: Hunter Corneliusen G4 Magazine Final Graphic Design Fundamentals

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