Thursday, November 28, 2013

News On The Horizon 11/28/2013

Cleveland State got 'cheated' in Kentucky loss, assistant coach tweets--Sports Illustrated
Kentucky rallies for home win over Cleveland State--CollegeBasketballTalk
Cleveland State assistant sounds off about calls in loss to Kentucky--CollegeBasketballTalk
Cleveland State assistant Jermaine Kimbrough suspended one game for comments on officiating--CollegeBasketballTalk
Assistant coach says refs ‘cheated’ Cleveland State in loss at Kentucky--The Dagger
4-point play: Instant analysis on Cleveland State-Kentucky--USA Today
Cleveland State assistant's tweets claiming refs 'cheated' under review--USA Today
Cleveland State assistant complains refs 'cheated' team, deletes tweets--Eye On College Basketball
Morning Coffee: Near Miss for Cleveland State, The Chicken Dance and the Game You Didn't See--Mid-Major Madness
Cleveland St. Vikings at Kentucky Wildcats: Game Preview--A Sea Of Blue
Cleveland State vs. Kentucky final score: Wildcats avoid upset with late run--SB Nation
Kentucky 68, Cleveland St. 61: Postmortem--A Sea Of Blue
LeBron James will host Thanksgiving for his teammates--Miami Herald
The league’s website unveiled video boxscores Monday and for hoop heads the new feature is a revelation. With a few clicks, every statistic of every second of every game is now available to fans. Beginning this season, every block by Joel Anthony, every three-pointer or missed shot by Michael Beasley and every steal or turnover by Norris Cole will be cataloged at
Miami Heat defeats Phoenix Suns, wins seventh straight game--Miami Herald
Dwyane Wade had a productive game, going 9 of 13 from the field for 21 points. He also had 12 assists and six rebounds. Guard Norris Cole, filling in for Mario Chalmers in the starting lineup, was 1 of 6 from the field. Chalmers missed the game with a strained muscle in his leg.
Cleveland State needs a few shots to beat Kentucky - Local college sports this morning--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State can't close, and falls to Kentucky on the road, 68-61--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State comes close, but can't seal the upset at Kentucky - Local college sports this morning--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State assistant suspended one game for Twitter comments--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Ndaye to have shoulder surgery Wednesday--Cleveland State Hoops
Cleveland State-Kentucky Preview--Cleveland State Hoops
Cleveland State Stumbles with Loss to No. 3 Kentucky 68-61--Vikings Ball
Gutsy CSU Squad Falls Short at #3/4 Kentucky,
Jermaine Kimbrough Suspended For One

Vikings Host Morehead State Wednesday
Cleveland State WBB vs Morehead Promo 11/27/
Getting to know...Alexis
Key Scoring Runs Lead Vikings To 76-67 Victory Over Morehead

Detroit (3-4) and South Florida (4-1) Face Off--Titans Update
Howard Named College Sports Madness HL Player of the
Titans Visit South Florida Saturday on

Thanksgiving Break Has Titans Heading To The Sunshine

Western Michigan 99, Oakland 88: David Brown's 31 keep Golden Grizzlies winless--The Detroit Free Press
Oakland heads to Western Michigan looking for first win of season--The Oakland Press
Western Michigan defeats Oakland University 99-88--The Oakland Press
Oakland Stumbles with Loss to Western Michigan 99-88--Grizz Gang

Oakland clears hurdle, gets first win of season over Niagara--The Oakland Press

Louisiana Tech routs UIC 103-78--The Chicago Tribune
UIC overwhelemed by Louisiana Tech 103-78--Daily Herald
Sunny skies for Flames basketball at Gulf Coast Showcase--UIC News
Louisiana Tech just too much--Whoosh!Net
UIC Beats Down Wagner 94-76--Flame Fanatic
Flames to Play Louisiana Tech in Gulf Coast
Flames Fall in Semifinals of Gulf Coast
Barlow's 38 Points Clinches Third Place for Flames at

Flames take reins against Miami--UIC News
Women's Basketball in Puerto Rico for San Juan
Story Named Illinois National Guard Student-Athlete of the

Tournament Week Viewing Guide: Thanksgiving Day 2013--Blogging the Bracket
Great Alaska Shootout Quarterfinals

Last night, Tulsa (1-4) picked up its first win of the season, as the Golden Hurricane stunned Indiana State (3-2), 63-62. Danny Manning's squad will meet TCU (3-2) in Friday's first semifinal, though host Alaska-Anchorage (5-2) gave the Horned Frogs a mighty scare in a contest that ended up a 73-70 TCU win. Tonight, the bottom half's semifinal matchup will be determined.

Pepperdine Waves (4-1) vs. Green Bay Phoenix (2-1), 9:30 p.m. ET (CBS SN)
Denver Pioneers (0-2) vs. Harvard Crimson (4-1), approx. 12 a.m. ET (CBS SN)

Three of the four teams in action this evening in Anchorage are projected to be at or near the top of their respective leagues this season. The lone exception, Pepperdine, is off to a surprisingly strong start, but Green Bay is a slight step up in competition, certainly better than the San Jose State team the Waves fell to. Denver has yet to win a game, but there's no shame in losing to either California or Stanford. Harvard suffered its first loss of the season at the hands of Colorado on Sunday, as the Crimson stopped in Boulder on their way to the Last Frontier.
UWGB heads north for Great Alaska Shootout--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB men's basketball tournament preview--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay (2-1) Squares Off with Pepperdine (4-1)--Phoenix Fever
Men's Basketball Opens Great Alaska Shootout Thursday
Green Bay to Play in 2014 Gulf Coast

Women's Basketball Ready for Maine Thanksgiving

UWM establishes its status against NAIA school Judson--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Long hair; don’t care: Matt Tiby’s Journey to Milwaukee--UWM Post
No-Nonsense Mailbag #1--PantherU
Milwaukee dominates down low to beat Judson--PantherU
Four-Point Play: Judson--PantherU
Milwaukee (6-2) Battles Missouri-Kansas City (1-4)--UWM Update
Panthers Dominant Inside In Rolling Past
Postgame Extra: Tiby Talks About Season To Date, Looks Forward To

UWM women go cold in the desert--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Key Scoring Run Sends Lobos Past Panthers In Second

No classes means more practice for Valparaiso--The Post-Tribune
Basketball: Crusaders lead wire to wire to beat UCF--The Post-Tribune
Capobianco shines in Valparaiso win--The NWI Times
Wrapping up UCF--Inside VU Sports
A Valpo Life that Matters: Alec Peters--ValpoLife
Valparaiso (4-3) vs. Mercer (4-3)--Valpo Daily
Valpo Men's Basketball Weekly Preview
Valpo Men's Basketball Postgame Press Conference -
Crusaders Down UCF Tuesday
Crusader Men to Host Pair of Post-Thanksgiving

Crusaders Prepare for FIU Thanksgiving Classic in

Donlon: Wright State has to get defense back on track--Dayton Daily News
Wright State-Alcorn State Preview--Dayton Daily News
Wright State takes step in the right direction defensively in win over Alcorn State--Dayton Daily News
WSU 73 Alcorn St.
Wright State Clobbers Alcorn State 73-55--Rowdy Review

Kent State Continues Hot Start, Outlasts Surging Youngstown State Squad 83-79--Hustle Belt
Belin scores 32 points, but YSU falls--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU ready for 'rival' Kent State--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Youngstown State Downed by Kent State 83-79--Guin Report
Bad first half dooms YSU--The Jambar
High-Scoring Offenses Collide When @YSUMensHoops Visits Kent
Belin Scores 32 As Penguins Rally Falls Short at Kent

Shooting Woes Doom Penguins in 66-41 Loss at

Men's Basketball Weekly - Nov. 26th--Horizon League Network
Interview: Gary Waters--Horizon League Network
Milwaukee, Valparaiso Win at Home Tuesday Night--Horizon League Network
CSU Assistant Jermaine Kimbrough Suspended One Game--Horizon League Network
Brown, Peters Collect Men's Basketball Honors--Horizon League Network
UIC, WSU Enter Holiday with Victories--Horizon League Network

Women's Basketball Weekly - Nov. 26th--Horizon League Network
Oakland Collects First Win of the Season; Cleveland State Knocks Off Morehead State--Horizon League Network

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