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When Michigan basketball was nowhere near a state of national relevancy.
That fact is not lost on an industry competing for relevancy at a time when it's undersold by natural gas and renewable energy.
This type of effort offers a new promise of relevancy for libraries, says Eric Abrahamson, a former South Dakota library board member who founded the Black Hills network.
The kids down at Auburn are crazy about basketball these days, and their energy has helped lift a dormant Auburn basketball program back into relevancy.
And that brings us back to relevancy, and back to why Griffin was flying across the country on Tuesday night to join his new team.
Until the Playoff is expanded so there’s really room for deserving Group of Five teams, the little guys will have to continue to scratch and claw for both respect and relevancy.
Too often the necessary attention to context and relevancy was missing from the lessons.
But the influential magazine struggled to maintain its relevancy in recent years and was squeezed by challenges in the magazine industry that have eroded print advertising and circulation.
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