Sunday, September 20, 2015

News On The Horizon 9/20/2015

Norris Cole is Back in New Orleans…For This Year, At Least--More Than A Fan

Metro & state: UDM men's, women's hoops times unveiled--The Detroit Free Press
15 signs you're a hopeless Titans fan--Varsity Press
A brief roundup--Varsity Press
Home Basketball Game Times Now
Mark Your Calendars, Talkin’ Hoops In The D With Ray McCallum & Stan Van Gundy Set For Oct.
Former Titan Nick Minnerath Earns Invite To Cleveland Cavaliers
New “All-You-Can-Eat” Tickets Coming To Calihan Hall, Group Ticket Packages Now On

Scott aware of what's on the horizon--Varsity Press

Grizzly superfans come together to form scholarships--Oakland Post

Panthers Pitch In To Spruce Up

Women’s Basketball: Rechlicz Names New Assistant Coach--UWM Post
Rechlicz Names Dan Carey Women’s Assistant

North Carolina leads our list of the top states of college basketball--Eye On College Basketball
4. Indiana

Top program: Indiana

Outlook: This one state that has traditionally been up near the top of a ranking like this. Like North Carolina, there is not only a sense of top-end prestige, but there is also a depth here that few can match with Butler, Indiana, Notre Dame and Purdue to go with other solid mid-majors like Valparaiso, among others. The schools that seem to be holding back the state right now are Indiana and Purdue, two traditional powers that have been just average recently. Both have a chance to rectify that this season, but it's also possible that each coach could also be out of a job if things go poorly. That uncertainty knocks it back just a few pegs to the No. 4 spot.
Unofficial Valparaiso Men's Basketball 2015-16 Schedule--Inside VU Sports

Women's Basketball Releases Complete 2015-16
Brannen to participate in Coaches vs. Cancer

Women’s basketball announces first Horizon League slate--The Northerner

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