Thursday, December 13, 2012

News On The Horizon 12/13/2012

Heat cooled off by Road Warriors--Miami Herald
Allen had 14 points off the bench. Chalmers had eight points and once again was held out of the game in the fourth quarter. Norris Cole had three points.
Miami Heat growing tired of playing catch-up--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Added guard Norris Cole: "If you give a team life, they'll continue that throughout the game. They get rolling. We can turn it on and off."

Women's Basketball Travels To Tennessee State For Weekend

2013 NBA Mock Draft: December update -- changes aplenty--CBS Sports
44 Ray McCallum, 6-2, 185, PG, Jr., Detroit NR

Titan Scoring Legends Reflect On Brown's Record

Mid-Major Report: Power Rankings--College Basketball Nation Blog
12. Illinois-Chicago (8-1): Seven-game winning streak includes wins against Northwestern and Colorado St.
Where’s the national hype for Howard Moore? The Illinois-Chicago head coach has led the Flames to an 8-1 start. And they’ve already defeated Northwestern and Colorado State. They look like the favorites to win the Horizon League.
On this day 9 years ago - Dec 13, 2003--Flame Fanatic
Catch Coach Moore on WGN Radio TONIGHT at 9:05

Flames Return Home to Face Roosevelt on

A game that should not be forgotten--College Basketball Nation Blog
Loyola To Celebrate History When It Hosts Mississippi State
Artwork Commemorating Loyola's 1963 NCAA Title To Go On Sale

Late Night Snacks: Wisconsin, Colorado pick up wins--CollegeBasketballTalk
Game of the Night

Wisconsin 65, UW-Green Bay 54: The Phoenix looked pretty good for the first 15 minutes, controlling the Badgers defensively and getting some easy buckets in transition. But in about 10 minutes of game time that spanned both halves, Wisconsin used a 31-8 surge to take a 45-29 lead and never looked back. The most important performance — other than Jared Berggren once again shutting down a touted frontline, helping to hold Brendan Cougill and Alec Brown to 6-22 shooting — was Ryan Evans. He finished with 13 points, seven boards, three assists and two blocks, looking like a much more aggressive player than he was the last couple of games, but more importantly Evans was 3-6 from the charity stripe. That’s notable because, well, he was shooting 31.8% from the line on the season and had hit just one of his last 12 attempts.
Men's basketball: Foul trouble slowing UWGB's Brown--Green Bay Press Gazette
Men's basketball: Badgers extend UWGB's road slump--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB men, women to make TV appearances on Sports32--UWGB Hoops Blog
BracketBuster series to end after 2013--UWGB Hoops Blog
Sykes playing solid for Green Bay--UWGB Fourth Estate
On this day 13 years ago - Dec 11, 1999--Phoenix Fever
Updated: Green Bay (3-5) Battles Wisconsin (6-4)--Phoenix Fever
Green Bay Beaten By Wisconsin, 65-54--Phoenix Fever
Green Bay Wraps Up Road Trip at Wisconsin on Wednesday
Quick Start Not Enough to Hold Off Host

Ritchie soars with Phoenix--UWGB Fourth Estate

Making the grade: men’s basketball mid-season report card--UWM Post
Panthers Back Home Saturday To Face Tennessee

On this day 11 years ago - Dec 13, 2001--Valpo Daily

Raiders still get their work in during exam week--Dayton Daily News
The “ones that got away” — former WSU players making a splash--Through the Arch

Wright State women back on track--Dayton Daily News

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