Wednesday, February 20, 2008

News On The Horizon 2/20/2008

The State Of The Other 22, Week

2. Butler (Horizon League), 97.522, 24-2 (13-2) [3]

I'm telling you, this is the only thing standing in the way of a Utah Valley-NJIT G!O!T!N! on Saturday. Both teams are likely safe for the NCAA's, and this is for seeding and pure basketball joy. As for the Horizon, the B-Bulldogs have UIC (8-7) on the road tomorrow, then wrap up with a homestand with dangerous Wright State (11-4) and notsomuch Detroit (3-12).

Bulldogs Close Road Slate At

Butler Hosts Wright State On

Waters keeps focus on visiting Panthers--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Vikings Roll Past Ailing Crusaders--The Cauldron
No. 9 Butler Sneaks Past CSU--The Cauldron
Reminiscing "The Shot" of March Madness--The Cauldron
Vikings Host Milwaukee in Key Battle For Third

Tonight's college basketball games--The Detroit Free Press

UDM at Wright State

Matchup: Detroit Mercy 7-18, 3-12 Horizon League; Wright State 19-6, 11-4.

Tip-off: 7, Nutter Center, Dayton, Ohio.

Radio: WDTW-AM (1310).

Line: Wright State by 10.

Overview: The Titans are seeking their third victory in a row. In the way is Wright State, which has won 10 in a row and has held opponents to 54.2 points per game during the streak.

Men's Basketball Looks To Make It Three In A

Pavilion should be rockin' for UIC-Butler clash--The Chicago Sun-Times
Men's Basketball Hosts No. 8 Butler This Wednesday

Ramblers' Robinson passes character test--The Chicago Sun-Times

VanBogaert Named U.S. Army Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the

Men's basketball: Inexperience makes road a harrowing experience--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix Closes Road Slate Wednesday at Youngstown

Guard giving it his best shot--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers Sweep UW-Green Bay, Begin Final Horizon League Push--Milwaukee Panther Tracks

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Priority shift for Valpo--The Post-Tribune
Welcome to the blog--Off The Mark
Valparaiso 77, Youngstown State 58--Off The Mark
Is Butler really the eighth-best team in the nation?--Off The Mark
Haanpaa likely out again--Off The Mark
VU's larger lineup was successful against Penguins--The NWI Times

The end is in sight for Pleiman, Wilson--Dayton Daily News
WSU vs. Detroit preview--Dayton Daily News

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