Thursday, November 20, 2008

News On The Horizon 11/20/2008

Butler Tries to Reload--Hoopville
ATB: Hey Tom Izzo, What’s a Mastodon?--Rush The Court

Butler 64, Ball St. 55. Butler’s Matt Howard contributed 15/6 in a typical home win for the Bulldogs, who are holding opponents to 35% shooting so far this season.
Butler shoots down Ball State--The Muncie Star Press
Butcher hits key 3-pointers--The Indy Star
Bulldogs take care of the ball in victory--The Indy Star
On-the-job training for young Bulldogs--Indy Star Butler Insider
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Butler beats Ball State with 3-pointers--BSU Daily News
Men’s Basketball Drops Hard Fought Game At
Butler Holds Off Ball State,

Bulldogs Host Dayton In Home Opener

Cleveland State men's basketball team bows to Washington, 78-63--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Vikings Host Kansas State For Second Annual McLendonScholarship

Detroit’s McCallum Signs Three Talented Hoops

MSU stomps Detroit Mercy--The State News
Women's Basketball Starts 3-0; Tops Detroit,
Spartans Too Much for
Women's Basketball Inks

Flames douse Panthers--Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Flames hold off big rally--The Chicago Tribune
Mayo has hot hand as Flames down N. Iowa--The Chicago Sun-Times
Mayo's 27 spark Flames--Daily Herald
Boyd propels Flames in home opener--Whoosh!Net
Panthers Fall to Illinois-Chicago,
Men's Basketball Defeats UNI In Home Opener,

Loyola still New York bound--The Chicago Tribune
Ramblers Look To Get Back On Winning Track At Western Michigan This

UWGB women story, photos: Phoenix cruises in home opener--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix to Play Three in Three Days at Glenn Wilkes

Women’s Basketball Falls at Green Bay,
Women's Basketball pulls away from Chicago State,

Smith struts his stuff in victory--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers fly past Peacocks--UWM Post Sports Blog
Panthers Dispatch Peacocks, 87-59--Milwaukee Panther Tracks
Division I Wisconsin-Milwaukee Defeats Upper
Smith Sparks Panthers To Rout Of

VU turns tables on BG--The Post-Tribune
Women's basketball now 0-2 with loss to Valparaiso--BG News
Valparaiso Drops Falcons,
Valpo Women Open Season with Win over Bowling Green--The Post-Tribune

Second De'Andre Enters Horizon--Hoopville
Good Morning Hoops Nation: November 19--The Mid-Majority

Finally, couple of RLU's from last night:

at Valparaiso 69, Central Florida 52 -- UCF used to be one of us, you know. In the first year of this site, 2004-05, the Golden Knights won the Atlantic Sun and we saw them go down to Connecticut in the NCAA first round. Now, after joining C-USA, they're dead to us. The school has been a popular punching bag for sub-Red Liners since, losing to Nevada and Sam Houston State last season. Last night in the ARC, one of TMM's most beloved gyms, the Crusaders never trailed in destroying UCF by 17, outrebounding their guests by 11 and holding them to 30 percent shooting. Urule Igbavboa (call him "Iggy") double-doubled with 15 and 14.

Paradise Jam will tell us how far along VU is--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders Travel Outside Contiguous 48 For Paradise

Brown fuels UB win--Buffalo News
Strong Defense Leads Bulls To First
Penguins Make Run Early in Second Half Before Falling to

Horizon League Notebook--Hoopville
Men's Basketball Scoreboard -- Nov. 19--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- Nov. 19--The Horizon League

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