Wednesday, November 11, 2009

News On The Horizon 11/11/2009

In league rankings, power shifts to the Midwest--Andy Katz's Daily Word

12. Horizon: Butler might carry this conference even higher in the rankings. The Bulldogs play a national schedule and should be a top 15-20 team throughout the season. Wright State has a real shot to split with Butler and earn a bid with a conference tournament title. The strength of this league goes beyond these two with a new pesky team in Cleveland State (just ask Wake Forest).

Author's scouting report on Davidson--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Signs Three Men’s Basketball

Butler Women’s Basketball Adds 3 Players In Early Signing

RTC Live: Detroit @ #13 California--Rush The Court
Tuesday's Pregame Beat--Ballin' is a Habit

11 pm: Detroit @ Cal: The Cal Bears looked almost disinterested playing their season opener against Murray State. Hyped as a potential Pac 10 champion, the Bears struggled to put the Racers away late in the game. Cal needs to figure out how to play as a favorite. As underdogs last season, they were playing with house money while winning games. As a favorite, could they get lackadaisical, buying into their own hype? The biggest question that needs to be answered is how Jerome Randle and Patrick Christopher will play as the focus of opposing defenses. MSU did a pretty good job hedging the high ball screen Cal likes to run, slowing down Randle in the process. Hopefully the little guy will get on track, as he is one of the most fun players to watch.

Titans look to improve and stay healthy--The Detroit Free Press
Young fans get free pass to Detroit Mercy openers--The Detroit News

Meet the
It’s not easy being green--Whoosh!Net

Loyola men's basketball lands Wisconsin scorer--Daily Herald
A new season full of new faces--Loyola Phoenix
Additional Television Outlets Announced For Loyola At Kansas

Trying to get back on track--Loyola Phoenix
Flavien Davis Signs With Loyola Men's Basketball--Loyola Phoenix

Basketball recruit Kameron Cerroni's ACL injury doesn't deter UW-Green Bay--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix men's team signs two recruits--UWGB Basketball
Phoenix men joust Knights--UWGB Fourth Estate
Cerroni, Turner Sign to Play for Green Bay

Not so mighty power Rangers, Phoenix roll--UWGB Fourth Estate

Catch Some Horizon League Action--Panther Blog Zone
Panthers Open Regular Season With Home Game

VU women's team inks four players to letters of intent--The NWI Times
Crusaders Ink Four Hoosiers to National Letters of

Valpo Set to Open Season at Ball State

Once again, free WSU tickets if you’re green and gold--Dayton Daily News
Injured, now suspended, Duggins tired of sitting--Dayton Daily News
Five New Additions Join Raiders During Early Signing

Men's Basketball Signs Florida Standout Point

Boardman's Monica Touvelle Joins Two in Signing NLI'

Men's Basketball Scoreboard - Nov. 10--The Horizon League

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