NIT Bracketology - S-Curve for the Tournament--ChicagoNow.com
Women’s basketball defeats Youngstown State--Butler Collegian
Mack scores 32 in Howard’s return, Butler gets by Detroit--Butler Collegian
Full Court Sprints — No Love for the Polls on Valentine’s Day--Hoopville
Cleveland State’s Norris Cole had the game of the weekend with 41 points and 20 rebounds in a win against Youngstown State. He pulled off a double-double in each half and came within an assist of the first triple-double in Viking history, according to a university statement.
ATB--Rush The Court
This Weekend’s Quick Hits…
* Norris Cole’s He-Man Game. 20/10 nights are damn impressive in the college game, but try doubling it. Norris Cole became just the second player in the last fifteen seasons to drop a 40/20 in a single game — and the other was an athletic specimen you might have heard of named Blake Griffin (40/23 against Texas Tech in 2009). Cole went for an absurd 41/20/9 assts against Youngstown State on Saturday, leaving us to wonder if he also ran the sound system, operated the scoring table and mopped up the soda residue and popcorn stains afterward. Sheesh… We know that Cole has had a handful (three, to be exact) of double-figure rebounding games this season, but how a 6’2, 170-pounder can pull down twenty makes no sense to us — he’s up for the Cousy Award as the best point guard in America, and with Cleveland State near the top of the Horizon League standings, let’s all hope that we get to see this kid play on the biggest stage this March.
All about the non-Big Six: Chanticleers fly high--Rivals.com
Norris Cole, Cleveland State – The senior point guard and Cousy Award finalist turned in one of the most eye-popping stat lines of the season when he scored 40 points and snared 20 rebounds in Saturday’s victory over Youngstown State. With nine assists, Cole almost had a triple-double.
College Basketball Insider--Cleveland Plain Dealer
STO Video: The Winning Friendship--Let's Go Vikes!
RPI WATCH: 2/13/2011--Bring On The Cats
Meanwhile, Loyola, Presbyterian and UMKC registered unimpressive and largely meaningless conference wins.
LeSage Takes Advantage of Opportunity as Career Winds Down--uwgbathletics.com
Weekly Panthers report--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers we need you, it’s our time--UWM Post
Survive and Advance--PantherU
Shocking? Bring on the League Leader--Milwaukee Panther Tracks
Panthers slip up against Loyola and UIC--UWM Post
WSU’s Duggins one of seven 20-plus HL scorers on Saturday--Wright State University Sports
Raiders Host Cleveland State Wednesday on Fairborn Night--wsuraiders.com
Fan Blog: "Pete Power"--Let's Go Guins!
Penguins defeat Valpo for season sweep--The Jambar
Cole's Record-Setting Weekend Earns Him Fourth Men's Basketball Player of the Week Honor of Season--Horizon League Network
Cleveland State's Winton picks up second women's basketball player of the week award--Horizon League Network