Wednesday, February 6, 2008

News On The Horizon 2/6/2008

BracketBusters Matchups 2008--The Mid Majority

3's Keep Butler, Drake Among Top
Campbell's 3 Leads Butler to
The State Of The Other 22, Week 12--The Mid-Majority

4. Butler (Horizon League), 94.368, 19-2 (8-2) [4]

All we can say is: rollin'. Worth pointing out, once again, that 6-8 freshman big Matt Howard has led the team in scoring for the past seven games, and if he doesn't win the league newcomer of the year award, then there's some kind of political stuff going on. The improved inside game has led to an increase in 2-point field goal percentage from 49.5 percent last year (when they went to the Sweet 16) to 50.7, the difference between third in the Horizon and first.

Drake at Butler--The Mid Majority
Campbell's clutch 3 boosts Bulldogs--The Indy Star
Campbell hits 3 to give No. 10 Butler win over Valparaiso--The Indy Star
Signature victory at Valpo--Indy Star Butler Insider
Bulldogs take down Valpo behind 20 points from Graves--Butler Collegian Dawgnet
No. 10 Butler Earns Thrilling 71-68 Victory Over

Bulldogs Tangle With Flames On

Marist at Cleveland State--The Mid Majority
CSU Drops Third Straight--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Loyola 65, CSU 53: The Good & The Bad--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Vikings Host Wright State In A Battle For Second

Vikings Riding Five-Game Win Streak as Milwaukee Comes to Town
Klein Named Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the

Men's Basketball Hits The Road For A Pair in

Fifth Third Bank Presents "Pack The Pavilion" Night On Feb.
Free Student Bus Trip Available For This Saturday's UIC-Loyola

Women's Basketball Heads To Indianapolis To Face

Loyola's senior honored--Daily Herald
Funeral held for former Rambler--Loyola Phoenix
In the face of adversity--Loyola Phoenix
Thumbs up, thumbs down--Loyola Phoenix
Rambler Profile--Loyola Phoenix
Inconsistency plagues women's bball again--Loyola Phoenix
Loyola Opens Second Half Of Horizon League Slate At

Tracy Robinson Named Horizon League Player Of The
Loyola To Play At William & Mary On Feb.

Tillema Named Horizon League Male Scholar-Athlete of the
Green Bay Tips Off Huge Stretch Thursday Against

Women's Basketball Travels to Youngstown State, Cleveland

Panthers Return To Road At Cleveland State

The Boubacar 2/6/2008 (Student Spirit Edition)--The Mid Majority
Miami (Oh.) at Valparaiso--The Mid Majority
No. 10 Butler escapes Valpo--The Chicago Sun-Times
Crusaders fall in final seconds to No. 10 Butler for second time--The Post-Tribune
VU-Butler rivalry back with a flourish--The Post-Tribune
Butler beats Crusaders for fifth straight time--The NWI Times
VU's Huff plays through the pain--The NWI Times
Surprise, surprise - another late lead lost--VU with David Robb
Valpo Set to Begin Round 2 of Horizon League

Valpo Drops Last-Second Decision to #10/11

Brown among Wright State Wall inductees--Dayton Daily News
A long season, yes, but WSU's next game is big--Dayton Daily News
Men win six straight games--The Guardian

Women's basketball plays two games decided by final shot--The Guardian
Freshmen standouts lead women's basketball team to recent success--The Guardian

Losing streak hits six for Penguins following loss to UIC--The Jambar
Penguin Sports: To the Point--The Jambar
Men's Basketball: Penguins Try For First-Ever Sweep of

Women's Basketball Returns to Beeghly Center to Host League Leader Green

Men's Basketball Roundup - February 5--The Horizon League

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