Saturday, October 16, 2010

News On The Horizon 10/16/2010

The 68 Can’t-Miss Games of 2010-11 (#54-41)--Rush The Court

#41. December 4 – Butler vs. Duke, 3:30 pm (ESPN)- The anticipation of this national title rematch soured a bit when Gordon Hayward elected to stay in the NBA Draft, but this ranking still might be too low. Butler can hang with Duke, especially if Shelvin Mack emerges into the All-America candidate most evaluators believe he can be. Even if Butler’s Ronald Nored locks up Nolan Smith and Mack has his way with freshman Kyrie Irving, who matches up with Kyle Singler on the wing? Are the Plumlees athletic enough to coax Matt Howard into foul trouble? The Bulldogs will have to slow this game’s pace to a grind to stand a chance of avenging last April’s title bout.

Top 16 Impact Defenders--Sports Illustrated
Utah Jazz: Hayward, Nichols get starting nod tonight--Deseret News
Utah Jazz: Gordon Hayward is more concerned about defense than shooting--Deseret News
Jazz get preseason win despite rookie’s struggles--Salt Lake Tribune
Vitale: Preseason Top
Bulldogs get to work--The Indy Star
History lesson from Franklin--Indy Star Butler Insider
Hayward’s rookie struggles--Indy Star Butler Insider
Bulldogs ‘go to work’--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Begins Men's Basketball Practice

CSU's 'Viking Madness' will let fans meet teams--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Douglas is likely out for the season--Let's Go Vikes!
Cavaliers Waive Former Viking Cedric Jackson--Let's Go Vikes!
VIDEO: Gary Waters Media
VIDEO: 10-16 Countdown To Tipoff: Darius

VIDEO: Women's Basketball Practice

Top 16 Impact Freshman--Sports Illustrated
Tip It with the Titans

Chicago State's Dildy not holding punches against
Moore, UIC excited about rebuilding project--The Chicago Tribune
New beginnings for slumping programs at DePaul and UIC--The Chicago Tribune
Flames’ staff gets “High Five”--Whoosh!Net
Basketball Tickets Set to Go On Sale

Midnight Madness
Loyola Men's Basketball Returns To Relevant Radio In
Trio Of Former Loyola Basketball Players Continuing Pro Careers

UW-Green Bay center Alec Brown gains strength, confidence--Green Bay Press Gazette
Basketball: UWGB men land 6-foot-8 recruit from Chicago area--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB men get another Chicago-area recruit--UWGB Basketball
Midnight Mania returns--UWGB Fourth Estate
hoenix, Wardle Hold First
lying with the Phoenix: Wardle's First

Women's Basketball Focused on

Panthers say ciao to new season--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Let’s practice long division--PantherU
Wisconsin product headed to Youngstown--PantherU
Basketball Tipoff Luncheon Set For Oct. 29 At Milwaukee Athletic
Panther Men Officially Open Practice For 2010-11

Monday morning WAC--Parsing the WAC
Anthony's call is basketball--Berwick News
Group Tickets On Sale Monday

Brad Brownell the Wright Fit for Under-the-Radar Clemson--Fanhouse
WSU hoops recruit continuing standout football season--Dayton Daily News
Scouting the 2010-11 Raiders basketball team--Dayton Daily News
Well-traveled Mpondo lands at Wright State--Dayton Daily News
At Wright State, a light atmosphere before practices begin--Mark Katz's Blog
WSU basketball recruit getting physical at wide receiver--Mark Katz's Blog
WSU coach Donlon breaks down the Raiders newcomers--Mark Katz's Blog
Preseason Luncheon Set with ESPN
Basketball Coaches Shows

WGH duo back in play--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Men's Basketball Holds Annual Media
Women's Basketball Coach Bob Boldon Reflects on Early Practice, Time at

Men's Basketball Season Gets Underway Friday--Horizon League Network

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