Thursday, December 15, 2016

News On The Horizon 12/15/2016

The Morning Dish – Thursday, December 15, 2016--Hoopville
Side Dishes:
One more Big Ten note: Wisconsin cruised to a 73-59 win over Wisconsin-Green Bay.
DePaul has been playing with fire at home this year, and the Blue Demons were burned this time, by the Illinois-Chicago Flames. UIC toppled DePaul 78-75 for the biggest win of Steve McClain’s short tenure so far, and did so despite losing star Dikembe Dixson to a knee injury in the first half. Dixson was seen on the bench in the second half with tears in his eyes; McClain reported after the game that he will be evaluated tomorrow, and we can only hope the news is better than it sounds right now.
An entertaining game in eastern Ohio saw Youngstown State outlast Niagara 101-97 in overtime. Cameron Morse is back after a brief absence a few games ago and he scored 27 for the Penguins.
Titans Open Four-Game Homestand With WKU On
Isaiah Brock, Army Vet Who Was Originally Ruled Ineligible by NCAA is Off to a Good Start at Oakland--Barstool Sports
Jalen Hayes continues to fly under the radar--THE DERY VIEW

Horizon League’s reigning freshman of the year tears ACL--College Basketball Talk
Guice hits key 3, scores 14 to lead UIC past DePaul 80-75--CBS Sports
UIC forward Dikembe Dixson to miss rest of season with torn ACL--Mid-Major Madness
Total Team Effort Lifts UIC to Big Win Over Big East’s
UIC gets first road win under McClain against rival DePaul--The Catch and Shoot
UIC players react to Kyle Guice’s game-winner against DePaul--The Catch and Shoot
UIC upset of DePaul has a cost: Dikembe Dixson out for season with torn ACL--Chicago Tribune
Character win--Whoosh! Net
Flames Fire Back to Topple DePaul,
Dikembe Dixson to Undergo Season-Ending

UIC Makes Rare Trip to Virginia to Face
Hayes scores 24 as Wisconsin blows out Green Bay--CBS Sports
Test passed: Wisconsin defeats Green Bay before exams kick off--Bucky's 5th Quarter
Wisconsin too much for UWGB--Green Bay Press Gazette
Turnovers Hurt Green Bay in 73-59 Loss at No. 14
Ohio holds off Milwaukee to remain perfect at home--CBS Sports
Ohio 71, UWM 69: Panthers end road stretch--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers’ late comeback falls short against Ohio, 71-69--UWM Post
Bobcats Hold Off Panthers Down The
Milwaukee Finally Back in Town To Welcome

UWM women 71, Chicago State 49: Kostowicz leads Panthers--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Kostowicz’s double-double helps Milwaukee blow out CSU, 71-49--UWM Post
Panthers Breeze Past Cougars To Move To
Pair of Double-Doubles Lead Women Past Cincinnati
Haygood lifts Youngstown State past Niagara in OT, 101-97--CBS Sports
Penguins outlast Niagara in OT--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU wins in OT over Niagara--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

Penguins Welcome Cornell to Beeghly Center on
#HLMBB Update Dec. 14--The Horizon League

Future home of Motor City Madness-Update--The Horizon League

Milwaukee Cruises Past Chicago State; Dec. 14 Recap--The Horizon League

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