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Poll: Most Likely 13 or Below Upset?

March 15th, 2010

2010 CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major All-Americans

March 13th, 2010
gordonhayward_0.jpegBeing the best player on a Top 15 team is a recipe for earning CollegeHoops.net's Mid-Major Player of the Year honors. Gordon Hayward averaged 15.4 ppg, 8.5 rpg, and 1.8 apg in leading Butler to a 28-4 record. He's joined on the Mid-Major First Team by CAA Player of the Year Charles Jenkins, Cornell leader Ryan Wittman, and big men Keith Benson of Oakland and Art Parakouski of Radford.

 

Oakland 2010 NCAA Tournament Capsule

March 12th, 2010

Oakland Grizzlies

Summit League (26-8, 17-1)

 

College Hoops Tuesday: Your Commentary

March 9th, 2010
Butler's Matt HowardFor all the bubble teams not playing on Tuesday night there's really just one game they need to pay full attention to: the Horizon League final between host Butler and second-seeded Wright State. Point blank: if the Raiders find a way to knock off Gordon Hayward and company at Hinkle Fieldhouse one more bid goes off the board (if you're of the thinking that Saint Mary's wasn't a lock themselves before Monday night).

Poll: Best Low-Major Team?

February 8th, 2010
Coastal Carolina

College Hoops Thursday Recap: Can Georgia Tech Win the ACC?

January 29th, 2010
Gani Lawal battles for a loose ball
That question is more than valid and if they play the way in which they did in the second half of their 79-58 win over Wake Forest an ACC title could become a reality for Paul Hewitt's squad. The Yellow Jackets shot 53.7% from the field and finished with five players reaching double figures (D'Andre Bell led the way with 16 points) in the win, which also featured Tech holding Wake Forest to 32.8% shooting.

College Hoops Wednesday Recap: Tigers End the Streak

December 24th, 2009
Missouri's Kim English

The Missouri Tigers hadn't beaten rival Illinois since 1999, losing games in which they've been favored as well as those they weren't expected to win. Wednesday's game was more of a toss-up with a slight edge going to Bruce Weber's team, who had already won at Clemson thus far. But the Tigers were able to control the flow of play, forcing 22 Illinois turnovers on their way to an 81-68 win. While Illinois outrebounded the Tigers 44-32 and all five starters reached double figures Missouri forced 22 turnovers and held the Illini to 39.7% shooting from the field.

IUPUI Inks Solid Trio

November 13th, 2009

INDIANAPOLIS - The IUPUI Athletics Department and Head Basketball Coach Ron Hunter announced the signing of three student-athletes to National Letters of Intent to join the Jaguars, beginning in 2010. The trio of Donovan Gibbs (Louisville, Ky./Iroquois), P.J. Hubert (Fortville, Ind./Mt.

ORU Signs F Chris Angsomwine

November 13th, 2009

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Poll: Who Will Win the Summit?

October 22nd, 2009