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Clarence "Bevo" Francis in December 1952, when he was a star for Ohio's Rio Grande College.
November 22, 2013 With all the attention this week for Grinnell College basketball player Jack Taylor and his second 100-point game, the accomplishments of Clarence "Bevo" Francis in the early 1950s may have gotten short shrift.
Have ball, will shoot: Grinnell College's Jack Taylor fires a 3-point shot during Sunday's game against Crossroads College. He scored 109 points — the second time he's topped 100 in a game.
November 18, 2013 Junior guard Jack Taylor of Grinnell College has followed up last year's record-breaking 138-point performance with another "century." He scored 109 points Sunday night in a victory over Crossroads College. He's the only player in NCAA history to have reached or exceeded 100 points twice.
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Going for the record: Grinnell College's Jack Taylor during Tuesday night's game, in which he scored 138 points.
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November 21, 2012 Sophomore guard Jack Taylor of Iowa's Grinnell College shot and shot and shot some more. He smashed the old individual NCAA record, set in 1954, of 113 points. "I am very exhausted," he said afterward.
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