Tuesday, November 29, 2016

News On The Horizon 11/29/2016

Vikings Conclude Four Game Road Swing on Wednesday at Arkansas State--csuvikings.com
Titans Ready For In-State Rival Eastern Michigan On Wednesday--detroittitans.com

Titans Host George Mason for Field Trip Day on Wednesday--detroittitans.com
Keeping up with Team 50--Oakland Post
Men’s basketball takes fourth in Great Alaska Shootout--Oakland Post

Women’s basketball conquers Concordia--Oakland Post
Men’s basketball falls short in Thanksgiving Classic finale--UIC News
Couldn’t let sleeping dogs lie--Whoosh! Net

Flames excel in NCAA graduation report--UIC News
Milwaukee Men Finally Back At Home Wednesday Against Jacksonville--mkepanthers.com
The Morning Dish – Tuesday, November 29, 2016--Hoopville
Tonight’s Menu:
Rhode Island begins a big week that should provide a lot of insight on if the Rams are up to their No. 21 national ranking, starting with a trip to Valparaiso in a game that deserves a national television audience.
O26 Feast Week in Review: Winners, Losers and a Little Extra Stuffing--Rush The Court
Valparaiso (6-1). In its MGM Grand Main Event victories over Alabama and Brigham Young, Valparaiso proved it could win both slow and fast. After grinding down the Crimson Tide for a six-point, 66-possession victory on Monday, the Crusaders beat the Cougars by three points in an 82-possession barn-burner two nights later. The unwavering constant, of course, was O26 Preseason Player of the Year Alec Peters, who averaged 24.5 points and 11.0 rebounds per game over the stretch. Just for good measure, Matt Lottich’s club tacked on a hard-fought victory over Ball State on Sunday afternoon. Now 6-1, Valparaiso is right where it was expected to be heading into the second half of non-conference play. A victory over #23 Rhode Island tonight could rouse some at-large chatter.
Tuesday TV schedule: URI/Valpo preview and all your other game watching needs--Mid-Major Madness
College Hoops Viewing Guide For Tuesday, November 29, 2016--Blogging The Bracket
Other Games Of Note
Rhode Island Rams (5-1) at Valparaiso Crusaders (6-1), 8 p.m. (ESPN3)

This is a rematch of last season’s Tip-Off Marathon, when the Crusaders defeated an E.C. Matthews-less Ram squad 58-55 in Kingston.

Women's Basketball Team Seeks Best Start in Eight Years--valpoathletics.com
Local-foe Morehead State on docket for @NKUNorseMBB--nkunorse.com

@NKUNorseWBB hosts Hatters on Victor’s Hoops 4 Health Day--nkunorse.com
Wright State (6-1) at Georgia State (3-2)--Dayton Daily News
Athlete Spotlight: Mike LaTulip--The Guardian
Men's Basketball Hits the Road--wsuraiders.com
Penguins Begin Busy Stretch With Contest at Robert Morris--ysusports.com

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