Saturday, December 3, 2011

News On The Horizon 12/3/2011

Utah Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin eager to get ball rolling--Deseret News

"I expect us to be competitive," Corbin said. "What number that is I don't know, but I expect us to be competitive every night we step on the floor."

Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap are the elder statesmen. But there also are four players — Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors, Jeremy Evans and C.J. Miles — who are 24 or younger in addition to 19- and 20-year-old rookies.

Butler's best path to NCAAs begins today--The Indy Star
Keeping perspective; welcoming Valpo--Victory Firelight

Butler Travels To Bowling

Preview capsules for today's men's and women's college basketball games--Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland State at Detroit

Tipoff: 2 p.m. at Calihan Hall, Detroit.

Radio: WHK AM/1220.

Notable: Sixth game in 12 days for CSU (7-1, 1-0 Horizon League) and second straight Horizon League game. Detroit (3-5, 0-1) has lost four of its past five, including setbacks to Akron, Bowling Green and Youngstown State. While the Vikings are gradually building their bench depth, the Titans have been depleted, particularly on the baseline where 6-10, 255-pound senior Eli Holman is on a leave of absence, and 6-8, 230-pound senior Nick Minnerath recently suffered a season-ending knee injury. The Vikings are coming off a last-second road win Thursday at Wright State.

Next for CSU: Thursday at Robert Morris, 7 p.m.

Cleveland State 'gentle giant' Aaron Pogue knows it's time to awaken--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Video Highlights from CSU's 45-43 Win Over Wright State--Let's Go Vikes!

Flames snuffed out in the end--Whoosh!Net

Flames Drop Season's First Home Game to Indiana State,

Ritchie helps No. 23 Green Bay women top
Women's basketball: Phoenix rises up from first half woes to beat Marquette--Green Bay Press Gazette
No. 23/17 Green Bay Overcomes Slow Start in 66-50 Win over

Women’s basketball: Lehigh (2-6) at Valparaiso (1-5)--The Post-Tribune

Butler game always big for VU--The Post-Tribune
VU's Harris a natural shooter--The NWI Times

Wright State’s courtside heroes: “It made me very, very proud.”--Through the Arch

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