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BJI INTERVIEW WITH TERRELL OWENS


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Creating a Stir on Social Media Despite his personal low-profi le approach to bowling in the 2013 USBC Open Championships, it didn’t take long for the Facebook and Twitter universe to weigh in on Owens’ particpation and success. No stranger to controversy, Owens handled the social media onslaught with shrugged shoulders and a little humor.


Will you bowl in more


competitive events? Absolutely. I want to get a feel for competitive bowling.


I realize there are going to be frustrating times too, when you’re not bowling like you think you should. I want to become a consistently good bowler. I’m not to that point yet, but I’m a good student and I love the game. Don’t be surprised if you don’t see me more often. It’s a great opportunity to break into something I really enjoy. Bowling is competitive and diffi cult. I like that.


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You’re a fan of the sport. Who are your favorites? I’ve gotten to know a lot of the bowlers and they’re all cool. I like Sean Rash, Mike Fagan,


Mike Machuga, Norm Duke. I like Rash’s game. He’s really aggressive. And you’ve gotta like Pete Weber’s style. He brings a lot of excitement to the game. Love the shades and his attitude. Bowling on Tour is exciting and gets your adrenaline fl owing. And these guys get pretty competitive out there. I feel like I could fi t in. There’s no telling what antics I could bring to the game.


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