Seven Day Stretch: Sutton Brothers Going Different Directions

February 15th, 2008
Three weeks ago I pegged Providence College as the Seven Day Savior (team), and they have collapsed since then. Two weeks ago, I put Seton Hall in the same category and they too, have fallen off the radar since my selection. Even my choices of SDS individual awards have been hit. Two weeks ago, it was Central Florida. Last week it was UNC-Asheville. Both teams went from undefeated when I wrote about them to losing…in UCF’s case, more than once. Last week I selected Drake and probably put a scare into those

Daily Conference Poll: Who Will Win the Summit?

October 4th, 2007

Canada Tour Updates: Oklahoma, Creighton, More..

September 4th, 2007

OU Men's Hoops Team Closes Tour with 90-61 Victory

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - The Oklahoma men's basketball team didn't seem fazed by the fact it was playing its fourth game in 38 hours when it visited Douglas College Monday morning.  The Sooners stormed to a 27-6 lead through the first 10 minutes of play and wrapped up a 4-0 exhibition tour of Canada with a 90-61 win.

Oral Roberts Signs Trio of Prep School Teammates

April 15th, 2007

TULSA-Cornerstone (Texas) Christian School teammates Jonathan Dunn (Toledo, Ohio), Tim Morton (Greenbelt, Md.) and Clement N'Gom (Gue de Longroi, France) have signed National Letters-of-Intent to play basketball at Oral Roberts University, ORU head coach Scott Sutton announced on Friday.

The trio helped lead coach Walter Webb's Cornerstone Christian (San Antonio, Texas) elite prep team to a 32-11 record and the National Association of Christian Athletes national championship in March.