Friday, November 25, 2011

News On The Horizon 11/25/2011

Indiana Hoosiers v. Butler Bulldogs: IU faces toughest test to date (preview)--The Crimson Quarry
Butler Wraps Up Hoosier Invitational At

Cleveland State Just Misses AP Top 25--Cleveland State Hoops

Titans’ bench gets even shorter--Fox Sports Detroit

Titans Gear Up For UTSA Thanksgiving

Women's Basketball Game Breakdowns 11/25-11/27--College Sports Madness

GREEN BAY VS. GEORGIA TECH (7 p.m. Saturday at Mario Morales Coliseum in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico)

Part of the prestigious San Juan Shootout, this tournament is a chance for Georgia Tech to show itself off to the masses a little more. The Ramblin Wreck carries a 4-0 record into the tournament but has a tough test against Rutgers on Friday before it can even think about Wisconsin-Green Bay. Included among Georgia Tech’s victories are wins over Old Dominion and Marquette, so Georgia Tech has done some good work. In a 94-51 win over Kennesaw State Tyaunna Marshall and Danielle Hamilton-Carter each scored 14 points. Green Bay has won its first four games, including a very impressive 82-62 win that could spell trouble for most teams once the Phoenix reaches Horizon League play. Julie Wojta paced Green Bay with 24 points in this victory.

Women's basketball: UW-Green Bay defeats Illinois 82-62--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's basketball: Another Big Ten team falls to UWGB--Green Bay Press Gazette
No. 18 Green Bay Opens San Juan Shootout with Win, Faces No. 25 Georgia Tech
Photo Gallery: San Juan Shootout Provides Experience and Education for

Men's basketball: Tonight's UWGB vs. Virginia preview--Green Bay Press Gazette
Men's basketball: Bennett way is making progress at Virginia--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay (2-3) Squares Off With Virginia (4-1)--Phoenix Fever

After a Strong First Half for Milwaukee, Sparty Wakes Up and Ends Panther Upset Bid--Milwaukee Panther Tracks
Postgame Report - Milwaukee at Michigan State--Panther Blog Zone
Panthers Back On The Road For Saturday Contest At Little

Valparaiso’s Buggs trying to use his speed to his advantage--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders take five-game men's basketball winning streak to Ohio State--The NWI Times
Valparaiso (5-1) Faces 3rd Ranked Ohio State (5-0)--Valpo Daily

Bobby Cremins Serves as a Roadmap For Where Brad Brownell and Clemson Want To Go--Rush The Court
Raiders remain inconsistent with young group--Dayton Daily News
WSU coach balancing criticism, care--Dayton Daily News

A 70-36 scoring run saves Raiders--Dayton Daily News

Youngstown State (3-1) Takes On St. Francis (PA) (0-4)--Guin Report

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