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History Of Iowa Hawkeyes Football - 2000s – Kirk Ferentz Era
... Ferentz with much talent on the field, Iowa's 1-10 overall record and 0-8 record in the Big Ten in 1999 was not entirely unexpected ... to hit rock bottom in 2000 when Iowa entered the Big Ten 0-4, and given Iowa's conference record in 1999, a 0-12 season was not an impossibility ... Instead, Iowa charted a 3-5 record in the Big Ten, narrowly missing a chance at a.500 league record ...
List Of Toronto Blue Jays Seasons - Year By Year Results
... American League Champions‡ Division Champions* Wild Card Berth§ MLB season Team season League Division Regular season Post-season Awards Finish Games. 5,707 2,828 2,879.496 All-time regular season record 20..512 All-time post-season record 5,748 2,849 2,899.496 All-time regular and post-season record Note These statistics are current as of the end of ...
Charlotte Hornets (NBA) - Franchise History - 1998–2002: Final Years in Charlotte
... The 1998–99 season was turbulent ... The season didn't start until February, as lockout shortened the regular season to only 50 games ... Jones and Elden Campbell, and David Cowens resigned midway through the season ...
List Of Philadelphia Phillies Seasons
... The Philadelphia Phillies have completed 127 seasons in Major League Baseball since their inception in 1883 ... Through 2009, they have played 19,052 regular season games, winning 9,035 and losing 10,162, for a winning percentage of.471 ... The Phillies have also a combined record of 42–47 (.471) in post-season play ...
List Of Oklahoma City Thunder Accomplishments And Records - Playoffs
... 2009-2010 Season - 50-32 record, 8th seed. 2010-2011 Season - 55-27 record, Northwest Division champions, 4th seed. 2011-2012 Season 47-19 record, (Lockout shortened season), Northwest Division champions, 2nd seed ...

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