Saturday, April 23, 2011

News On The Horizon 4/23/2011

Next college hoops season will make up for last one--CBS Sports
State of hoops: Rivalries among

1. Butler: Two consecutive appearances in the NCAA title game and a committed coach in Brad Stevens … enough said.
2. Purdue: The Boilermakers will be glad they ponied up extra dough for Matt Painter.
3. Notre Dame: Mike Brey was a national coach of the year candidate this past season.
4. Valparaiso: The Crusaders have been a model of consistency under Homer Drew, who has had just three losing season in his past 16.
5. Indiana: Tom Crean is in the midst of a major rebuilding project in Bloomington.
1. Ohio State: The Buckeyes will join North Carolina, Kentucky and a few others as NCAA title favorites next season.
2. Xavier: The Musketeers haven’t missed a beat under Chris Mack.
3. Cincinnati: Mick Cronin’s squad won 26 games this past season, and the Bearcats will be even better in 2011-12.
4. Cleveland State: The Vikings tied Butler and Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the Horizon League title.
5. Dayton: Archie Miller was the perfect hire for the Flyers, who benefit from strong fan support.

Updated Transfer List: Now at 175-Plus--YardBarker

Tre Brewer, 6-5, F, Jr., Youngstown State
Darian Cartharn, 6-0, G, Soph., Wright State
Kegan Clark, 6-4, G, Fr, Wright State
Nolan Dennis, 6-6, G, Soph., Baylor – DETROIT
Josh McCoy, 6-4, G, RS Soph., Cleveland State
Cully Payne, 6-1, G, Soph., Iowa - LOYOLA
Garrick Sherman, 6-10, C, Soph., Michigan State – Notre Dame, Texas, Butler
Patrick Souter, 6-4, G, Soph., Miwaukee
Charlie Woods, 6-7, F, RS Soph., Cleveland State

Reserve Bizoukas transferring from DePaul--The Chicago Tribune

2011-2012 non-conference schedule: What we know--Inside The Hall

Here’s what we know thus far about next year’s non-conference schedule:
- Butler at Assembly Hall. This will be the fourth game of an exempt tournament in which both IU and Butler will host three games at home and then meet in Bloomington.

It's time to play the "What if?" game--ESPN
Utah Jazz players say future looks bright with Corbin--Deseret News

Ask him for an individual head-coaching highlight, and Corbin might point to the Jazz's thrilling Gordon Hayward-led road win over the Los Angeles Lakers. Or the win at New Orleans. Maybe the season-finale victory against Denver.

Butler's Howard finalist for toughness award--The Indy Star
Butler keeps an eye on Pennsylvania shooting sensation Mason--The Indy Star
Analysis of UConn defense--Indy Star Butler Insider

Cleveland State's McCoy, Woods are transferring--Let's Go Vikes!


Bizoukas transferring from
Matt Gordon Named Director Of Men's Basketball Operations At
Shaun Adams To Transfer From

MSU possible destination for Valparaiso guard--State News
Valpo Junior Brandon Wood Considers MSU, Other Options--The Only Colors

Newest Raider brings needed scoring mentality--Dayton Daily News
WSU checking out Indiana guard called ‘absolute bully with the ball’--Wright State University Sports

WSU women’s basketball reshaping roster even more--Wright State University Sports

Eight winter Penguins honored in Horizon League--The Jambar
Men's Basketball Coaches to Hold Four Summer

Women's Basketball Staff to Offer Three Camps This

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