Monday, November 15, 2010

News On The Horizon 11/15/2010

After the Buzzer: Butler’s Unfurling & Opening Weekend--Rush The Court
Big 12 Top 25: Week 1--Big 12 Hoops

23. Butler's Shelvin Mack led the Bulldogs with 20 points and 3 steals in their rout of Marian. Matt Howard didn't look great (but he didn't have any fouls). The Bulldogs will need him to step up in their next game at Louisville's new Yum Center.

Previous Evening MAC Review: Why Toledo Is Not A Ranked Basketball Program--Hustle Belt

Cleveland State 68, Kent State 65 — Call it a comeback. Call it a collapse. Or either! But when you have a 16-point lead with fewer than 16 minutes to play ... you oughta wrap that one up. The Vikings were just where they wanted to be down 45-29 and used a 21-5 run to tie this mother down. By then the momentum was a foregone conclusion, and Justin Greene couldn't get the tying 3-pointer to fall at the buzzer. Greene had 17 points, seven boards and three blocks, while three other Flashes finished with 10 points. That vaunted World Vision Classic title will not belong to the MAC this year. Kent State's next game: Tomorrow at 8 a.m. vs. Robert Morris (on ESPN)

College Basketball Insider--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State storms back in the second half to outlast Kent State, 69-66--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Thrilling 69-66 Win Brings Vikes First

Vikings Conclude Roadtrip at

Flames Host Roosevelt in Home Opener

HIGHLIGHTS: Loyola completes weekend sweep--The Chicago Sun-Times
Loyola defeats Texas-Pan American 79-57--Daily Herald
Loyola Claims Title At Nick Kladis Classic With 79-57 Victory Over Texas-Pan

Women's basketball: UW-Green Bay defeats Minnesota to win Best Buy Classic--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Holds off Late Charge by Minnesota for Best Buy Classic Championship

UWM men find an answer, get a victory--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers struggle early on the road--UWM Post
Postgame Extra – Milwaukee vs. UC Davis--Panther Blog Zone
Boga's Double-Double Sparks Panthers Past UC

Close but no cigar--UWM Post

'Awe factor' not in play--The Post-Tribune
The Moussa Gueye saga--Region Sports Extra

Valpo Women Head to Lamar to Continue WNIT

The Interview: Todd Brown--PantherU
Indiana 67, Wright State 44: Hoosiers improve to 2-0 with solid shooting performance.--Crimson Quarry
Really, how's the team going to be this season?--Dayton Daily News
Preview: Wright State at Indiana--Dayton Daily News
Hoosiers too much for young Raiders--Dayton Daily News
Defense saved wider margin for Raiders--Dayton Daily News
Rookie Raider Vest gets on the court--Dayton Daily News
WSU drops season opener at Indiana, 67-44--Wright State University Sports
Indiana coach: WSU’s Duggins good enough for IU--Wright State University Sports
New WSU players learning quickly, especially Vest--Wright State University Sports
Men's Basketball Drops Season Opener at Indiana
Raiders Invite Fans to the Free Raiders Represent

WSU women fall at Ball State--Dayton Daily News
Brookville product producing quickly for WSU--Wright State University Sports
Women's Basketball Drops 64-63 Heartbreaker at Ball
Women's Basketball Inks Six to National Letters of
Sandifer Joins Women's Basketball

Men's Basketball Welcomes MAC Member Buffalo Tuesday

Green Bay's Ritchie named women's basketball player of the week--Horizon League Network

Cleveland State's Cole Records Men's Basketball Player of the Week Accolade--Horizon League Network

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