Friday, December 7, 2007

News On The Horizon 12/7/2007

Howard's dirty work saves Butler--The Indy Star
Detroit puts clamps on Butler shooters--The Indy Star
No. 13 Butler Drops Detroit
First-start freshman helps keep Butler undefeated--Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
How to beat the Bulldogs: Detroit had right plan--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Ends League-Opening Road Trip At Wright
No. 13 Butler Escapes With A 53-46 Victory At

Freeman plans to follow her sister to Butler--The Indy Star
Lester, Bulldogs Shoot Down Aces,
Akande Hits 1,000 As Butler Claws Past Evansville,

Waters searching for home remedy--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
CSU Opens League Schedule At Home vs. Youngstown

No. 13 Butler thwarts Titans' plan for upset--The Detroit Free Press
Freshman helps to turn back Titans--The Detroit News
Titans Upended By #13
Basketball Doubleheader Up Next For

Mayo's 29 boost Flames in Horizon opener--The Chicago Tribune
Mayo's hot hand leads Flames--The Chicago Sun-Times
Mayo, Flames burn Milwaukee--Daily Herald College Sports
Green Bay (6-2, 1-0) at Illinois-Chicago (4-4, 1-0)--Daily Herald College Sports
Mayo, Flames fired up, take it out on Milwaukee--Whoosh!Net
Men's Basketball Hosts Green Bay On

UIC Meets Western Michigan On Saturday

Ramblers' offense can't get it done--The Chicago Tribune
Passive Ramblers drop 5th in a row--The Chicago Sun-Times
Wisconsin-Milwaukee (3-5, 0-1) at Loyola (2-5, 0-1)--Daily Herald College Sports

When: 7 p.m. Saturday at the Gentile Center

TV: Available at Radio: WYLL 1160-AM

The skinny: Loyola's sputtering offense has a chance to get well against the Horizon League's worst defensive team (79 ppg). The Ramblers are immersed in their longest home losing streak under coach Jim Whitesell and could tumble back in the league standings with a loss. Perimeter shooting has plagued Loyola, which must attack the rim more after attempting only 12 free throws Thursday against a Green Bay team that was in foul trouble all night. The Ramblers front line faces a big test in Panthers forward Torre Johnson, who scored 30 points Thursday against UIC. Loyola has won its last two games against Milwaukee.

Ramblers done in by cold shooting in Horizon-opening loss--Daily Herald College Sports
Ramblers Fall To Green Bay In Horizon League Opener,
Ramblers Continue Homestand By Hosting Milwaukee

Men's basketball: Phoenix starts league play with a bang--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Green Bay Opens League Play With Road Win at
Phoenix Looks to Keep Streak Intact Saturday

Latest rout frustrates Panthers--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Red-Hot Shooting Sends Flames Past
Panthers Look To Bounce Back At

Panthers Wrap Up Road Swing At Central Michigan

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Valpo tops defending champ in Horizon debut--The Post-Tribune
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Free throw shooting lifts Valpo--The Post-Tribune
VU men open Horizon play with win--The NWI Times
Crusaders Win at Wright State in Horizon League

Valpo Looks for Third Straight Win Hosting North Texas on

New-look WSU team has familiar looking start--Dayton Daily News Sports
WSU falls to Valparaiso--Dayton Daily News Sports
Photos from the game--Dayton Daily News Sports
Tom Archdeacon: Wood's shoes hard to fill--Dayton Daily News Sports
Next games will pose tough tests for Raiders--Dayton Daily News Sports
Men drop conference
Butler's winning season--WSU The Guardian Sports
Brownell shares outlook for the season--WSU The Guardian Sports
School spirit rising more than ever--WSU The Guardian Sports
Valparaiso returns to go against WSU--WSU The Guardian Sports
Men Drop 71-66 Decision to Valparaiso in Horizon League

Finding a home: For women's basketball superstar, journey began with uncertainty--The Jambar
Men's Basketball: Penguins Open League Play at Cleveland

Men's Basketball Roundup - December 6--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Roundup - December 6--The Horizon League

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