Tuesday, March 14, 2017

News On The Horizon 3/14/2017

Oakland gears up for NIT run: 'A privilege to still be playing'--Detroit Free Press
Surprise party--Whoosh! Net
SCHEDULE ALERT: CBI Opener Postponed to Thursday--uicflames.com
Green Bay accepts CBI bid--Phear The Phoenix

Green Bay a No. 8 Seed, Faces No. 9 Seed Purdue at Notre Dame--greenbayphoenix.com
The Boss’ hypocrisy knows no bounds--PantherU

Panthers To Host Southern Illinois Wednesday in Women’s Basketball Invitational--mkepanthers.com
Lexus' drive: Marist's Williams relishes return trip to Illinois with Valparaiso--Post-Tribune
Crusaders aim for return trip to Madison Square Garden--NWI Times
Crusaders Set For First Round of NIT--valpoathletics.com
Norse fans: How to score tickets, where to watch the big game--WCPO
How to watch Kentucky-NKU in NCAA Tournament--Cincinnati Enquirer
NKU to students: Don't wear UK apparel on bus--Cincinnati Enquirer
Column: NKU already a winner--Cincinnati Enquirer
Several young coaches could raise stock at NCAA Tournament--Oakland Press

Age: 43

First-round game: Friday vs. Kentucky in Indianapolis

Notable: Brannen, the Horizon League coach of the year, has Northern Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament in its first season of eligibility. After going 9-21 last season in Brannen’s first year on the job, Northern Kentucky is 24-10 this year. Brannen was an assistant on Anthony Grant’s staffs at VCU and Alabama.
Hundreds of fans join men’s basketball team for Selection Sunday--The Northerner
Wright State earns berth in WNIT--Dayton Daily News
Women to Host Central Michigan in WNIT Opener--wsuraiders.com
No. 8 Green Bay Will Face No. 9 Purdue in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament--The Horizon League

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