Friday, November 20, 2009

News On The Horizon 11/20/2009

The State of the Other 24: Red Line Upset Edition--The Mid-Majority

5. Butler (Northwestern), +23.0, (2-0)

A Red Line Upset in name only, the Bulldogs were expected to do this to an undermanned squad in Evanston. Nevertheless, let's not take away from how soundly Butler dismantled this Big Ten opponent. Some serious in-your-pants defense early in the 2nd half put this one out of reach. Everyone's "sleeper" Final Four pick tallied 10 steals and forced a total of 16 turnovers, connected on nine 3-point field goals, and out-rebounded the Wildcats. Sound familiar?

Thursday's Shootaround: Butler survives while Texas rolls--Ballin' is a Habit
Trying to make sense of the Butler
Injured Butler guard returns to practice--The Indy Star

Cleveland State goes to work vs. Florida A&M tonight at the Wolstein Center--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Norris Cole (38 points) is the core of Cleveland State's 78-64 victory over Florida A&M--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Norris Cole’s 38 Leads Vikings Past Florida A&M--Let's Go Vikes!
Cole's Career High 38 Lead Vikings Past Florida A&M,

Mulroy Receives "The People's Choice"

UIC finds Division I competition

Women's Basketball Signs New
Women's Basketball Gears Up For The Subway Basketball

Loyola (1-1) at Holy Cross (0-2)--Daily Herald

When: 8 p.m. Friday, Hart Center


Radio: WAUR 930-AM, WNTD 950-AM, WLUW 88.7-FM

Skinny: Don't be fooled by the Crusaders' record. They're picked to win the Patriot League as junior forward Andrew Keister (16.0 ppg, 9.5 rpg) is a returning first-team all-league player. Loyola feels good after bouncing Canisius by 20 points. Junior SG Geoff McCammon (Conant) broke out with 22 points after managing just 46 points in his first two seasons as a Rambler. Sophomore PG Courtney Stanley, meanwhile, tied a Gentile Center record with 12 assists.

Holy Cross Preview--Ramblermania
Loyola Mourns The Passing Of Nick

Loyola Denied 2-0 Start As Western Michigan Rallies For 87-80 (OT)
Loyola Wraps Up Michigan Swing With Saturday Matinee Against Central

Phoenix to be defined by its youth--UWGB Fourth Estate

Phoenix lean on youngsters for support on the court--UWGB Fourth Estate

Panthers land two top basketball recruits--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Let's Start a Winning Streak, Shall We?--Milwaukee Panther Tracks
Two Wisconsin All-State Standouts Set To Join
Panthers Back Home To Entertain

Turnovers Hound Panthers In 64-55 Loss To

McPherson's personal 14-point run sparks 36-7 as VU shakes slow start--The Post-Tribune
Valparaiso vs. IU-South Bend, Nov. 19, Live Blog--Off The Mark
Crusaders rally from 10-point deficit to beat IU-South Bend--The NWI Times
Live from the ARC: Valparaiso vs. IU-South Bend (MBB)--The VU Beat
Wrapping up IU-South Bend (MBB)--The VU Beat
Valpo Travels to Take On Nation's #2 Team

Valpo Closes Homestand Hosting Colorado State

Duggins can set his own pace in return--Mark Katz's Blog

A Tale of the T's give the Women the
Women's Basketball Uses Solid Defensive Effort in Victory Over Eastern

Men's Basketball Visits Saint Peter's in BracketBuster Return

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

Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- Nov. 20--The Horizon League

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