Friday, November 26, 2010

News On The Horizon 11/26/2010

bionic Bulldog--The Indy Star
$10 tickets at 5 a.m. Friday--Indy Star Butler Insider

Akron Head Coach Dambrot Talks About Loss to CSU--Let's Go Vikes!
Norris Cole: The New King of Hoops in Cleveland--Let's Go Vikes!
Cole Springs To Life In Second Half As Vikes Roll

The NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Nov. 26--Raptors HQ

7:30pm Albany @ Detroit – Forget the Titans’ record may be dismal but Toronto’s Jason Calliste is having a great start. With the introduction of stud freshman Ray McCallum I would never have expected Calliste to have the year he’s having so far. He’s currently is second on the team in scoring at 13.3 pts as well as averaging 4.3 rebs and 2 stls in a team high 34 minutes per game. This will could a big game in the making.

Detroit Mercy hosts tournament this weekend--The Detroit Free Press

Women's basketball: UWGB rides 'D' to victory at Caribbean Challenge--Green Bay Press Gazette
Caribbean Challenge Tips Off with 78-44 Green Bay
Phoenix Faces Penn State in Second Round of Caribbean

Panthers Back At Cell Saturday, Host Crosstown-Rival

VU men's basketball team faces N. Colorado looking for first D-I win of season--The NWI Times

College Basketball Viewer's Guide For November 26--Blogging The Bracket

Chicago Invitational Challenge Semifinals

Richmond vs. Wright State, 6 p.m. ET (no TV): The Raiders' defense has been porous so far this season (allowing their opponents' eFG% to hit 55%). The Spiders eFG%: 62.4. Making matters worse, Wright State is particularly poor on the perimeter, where UR excels.

Preview: Wright State vs. Richmond--Dayton Daily News
Raiders want to stay steady, not perfect, at free throw line--Dayton Daily News
Big Ten foe Purdue drew Raiders to play in invitational--Dayton Daily News
UD, Wright State count on point guards to keep things running smoothly--Dayton Daily News
Point guard hot topic for UD, WSU hoops--Dayton Daily News

Penguins thankful for fans--Youngstown Vindicator

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