Wednesday, December 7, 2016

News On The Horizon 12/7/2016

The Morning Dish – Wednesday, December 7, 2016--Hoopville
Side Dishes:
On the other side of that were Central Michigan and Wisconsin-Green Bay, with the Chippewas outlasting the Phoenix 107-97 as Marcus Keene (40) and Braylon Rayson (30) combined for 70 points. Another wild one saw Tennessee-Chattanooga come back to defeat former Southern Conference rival Marshall 96-85, with Tre’ McLean scoring a career-best 35 points.
Tonight’s Menu:

Valparaiso faces a tall task, but the Crusaders have a chance to make a good impression if they can at least stay close at Kentucky. The Wildcats will unquestionably be motivated after losing at home to UCLA on Sunday.
CSU men’s basketball picks up win over Bethune-Cookman--CSU Cauldron
Tim Hasbargen talks time at CSU, living in the U.S.--CSU Cauldron

Women’s basketball falls on day one of Navy Tournament--CSU Cauldron
Vikings Pick Up 66-56 Victory At Eastern
Men’s basketball falls short in Thanksgiving Classic finale--Men’s basketball falls short in Thanksgiving Classic finale--UIC News
Green Bay lands Marquette transfer Sandy Cohen--Phear The Phoenix
Norse defense finishes strong in win over Eastern Illinois--The Northerner

Hoosiers next on the docket for
Under the Radar Game of the Day: Wright State at Loyola-Chicago--Hoops HD
Penguins Fall to Michigan State--The Jambar

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