Monday, December 13, 2010

News On The Horizon 12/13/2010

ATB--Rush The Court

Enjoy It, Cleveland State. The first team in the nation to get to 12-0 after this weekend’s win over Sam Houston State should enjoy it for what it’s worth. They’ll now take a week off for exams before traveling to Morgantown to take on West Virginia for their next game. As much as we’d love to see the feel-good story continue, we don’t think it will last beyond that one.
Gonzaga & Butler. The two mid-major/not-mid-major stalwarts are currently 9-9 after the weekend where GU lost at Notre Dame and Butler defeated Mississippi Valley State two days after losing to those Musketeers. Chances are quickly dwindling for these two teams to put together a solid non-conference resume that will impress the NCAA Selection Committee should either one drop several in their respective conferences. It’s unusual to be talking about this, but we wouldn’t bet against Mark Few and Brad Stevens to turn things around soon.

Could Gonzaga, Butler and Xavier miss the NCAA tourney?

Bulldogs Outlast Ball State In 2OT

Cleveland State First D-1 Team to 12-0 in Nation--The Cauldron
The week ahead in

Marquette upsets No. 23 Wisconsin-Green Bay
Women's basketball: No. 23 UW-Green Bay loses to Marquette 63-60--Green Bay Press Gazette
Slow Start Causes Green Bay's First Loss of the

College Basketball Viewer's Guide For December 13--Blogging the Bracket

Green Bay at Wisconsin, Big Ten Network (8 p.m. ET): The Badgers will look to avenge last season's loss in Green Bay (Ashwaubenon, if we're going to be accurate).

Men's basketball: UW-Green Bay expects Wisconsin to be tough at home--Green Bay Press Gazette

What weather?--UWM Post
Finally final--UWM Post
Allen on the rise--UWM Post
Panthers Wrap Up Three-Game Road Swing Tuesday At

Hot from afar, cold from close--UWM Post
Live Blog: Milwaukee @ Wisconsin--Panther Blog Zone
Post-Game Wrap-Up: Milwaukee @ Wisconsin--Panther Blog Zone
Panther Three-Pointers Not Enough In Loss At Wisconsin--Panther Blog Zone

Different lineup makes Raiders faster, but shorter--Dayton Daily News
Preview: Wright State vs. Central Michigan--Dayton Daily News
With knee improving, Land changes role in WSU lineup--Wright State University Sports

Penguins fail to hold huge lead--Youngstown Vindicator

Men's Basketball Returns to Beeghly Center Hosting Malone Monday

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

Detroit's McCallum Secures First Career Horizon League Men's Basketball Player of the Week Honor--Horizon League Network

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