Wednesday, March 19, 2008

News On The Horizon 3/19/2008

The State Of The Other 22, Final Edition--The Mid-Majority

2. Butler (Horizon League), 94.917, 29-3 (16-2)

We've been saying all along that the improved inside game makes the B-Dawgs more dangerous in March, and now they'll have to prove it out of a No. 7 seed. It doesn't bother me that much that the committee deemed a Horizon double-championship worthy of only a seven, the idea that there are 24 teams out there that could have easily done the same thing. I'm just miffed that the conference won't get its proper respect from millions of casual basketball fans who keep score by bid numbers. There's no changing their minds.

Veasley fills need off Butler bench--The Indy Star
Anglin is part of the Bulldogs’ winning formula--Kokomo Tribune
Musings from Birmingham--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Faces South Alabama In

Jackson Sprains Ankle: CSU Loses Horizon Championship--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Jackson ready to face Dayton after title loss--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State at Dayton--Cleveland Plain Dealer
A Resurrected Program--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Vikings Face Dayton In NIT First

Congratulations to the Lady Vikings--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Vikings Travel to Stanford for NCAA Championship First Round Game

Beware of the Greek--Loyola Phoenix
Men's bball finishes 12-19--Loyola Phoenix
Loyola 1963 Team To Be Chronicled In

Thumbs Up/Thumbs UP--Loyola Phoenix

Eight wins for women's bball--Loyola Phoenix

Women's basketball: UWGB-Drake game time set--Green Bay Press Gazette

Men's Basketball: Crusaders could catch break vs. Washington--The Post-Tribune
CBI starts off with a bang--Off The Mark

Lady Penguins stormed the court in an impressive 2007-08 campaign--The Jambar
2007-08 Women's Basketball Campaign Marked By Improvements,

Men's Basketball: 2007-08 Season Individual Accomplishments and

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