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Postby titanmike » Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:26 am

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We're in negotiations with a big Egyptian company.
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Postby Commissioner » Wed Oct 23, 2019 9:56 pm

And it's here! The 2019-20 Scoreboard, brought to you by Nash Rambler:

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IUPUI is the first Horizon team to play a public exhibition this year.

IUPUI 81, Tiffin 77: Well, it's better than losing to a D-II team. But IUPUI wasn't impressive in tonight's exhibition against D-II Tiffin. The Jags trailed by a point at halftime and didn't take the lead for good until fewer than 10 minutes remained. They finally built an 11 point lead, then held on when Tiffin cut it to two with 13 seconds to play. A good note for the Jags: Marcus Burk, a transfer from Campbell who is being relied on to replace the offense of Camron Justice, knocked 31 points, including 4-6 from 3.

The regular season is almost here!
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Postby ptctitan » Fri Oct 25, 2019 9:18 am

In HL Exhibition play,

Oct 24 - Oakland 61 Rochester University 59

Trey Maddox hit 2 FT's with 2 seconds left to break a 59-59 tie. Brechting and Oladapo had 19 each for Oakland which played its starts 30 minutes or more for the game. Oladapo had 10 rebounds, Brechting and Hill-Mais had 9 boards each. New point guard Kevin Kangu (Norris' replacement) had 4 points, 1 assist, and 3 turnovers. Freshman CJ Gettelfinger, another canadidate for PG, had 5 points, 2 assists and 4 TOs. Rochester's Peter Agba had 14 points and 12 rebounds.
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Postby Commissioner » Tue Oct 29, 2019 1:56 am

October 28:

Green Bay 79, St. Norbert 72. Green Bay led most of the way but couldn’t put little St. Norbert’s away until the final
Moments. Novi’s Kam Hankerson led the Phoenix with 16.
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Wednesday, October 30:
Oakland 85, Saginaw Valley State 63. Xavier Hill-Mais scored 26 as OU won in much more impressive fashion than their earlier exhibition against Rochester.

Northern Kentucky 71, Transylvania 45. The Norse sucked the blood out of D-III Transylvania, despite some cold three point shooting. Jalen Tate led with 22.

Notre Dame 69, Cleveland State 64. That's Notre Dame, Ohio-- a D-II schedule. Looks like a long season ahead for CSU.
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Thursday, October 31:

Milwaukee 88, Cardinal Stritch 46. MIlwaukee beat up the local NAIA team. Coach Baldwin played 13 men, with ten players getting at least 10 minutes. Josh Thomas, a juco transfer, led the Panthers with 15 points and 6 rebounds. That's good news if you're a Panther fan. Touted Illinois transfer Te'Jon Lucas, however, did not play. Also sitting out was Amir Allen, a starter last year. Good that Milwaukee romped without them, but bad if they're hurt.
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Postby Commissioner » Sun Nov 03, 2019 8:29 pm

Sunday, Nov. 3:

UIC 63, Wisconsin Parkside 59. In the final exhibition game for a Horizon team this year, UIC held on to beat D-II Parkside. The Flames led for the final 31 plus minutes, but never by more than 10, and Parkside closed to within 2 with 6 seconds to play. UIC shot 4-25 from three. Marcus Ottey and Tarkus Ferguson each scored 14.

Regular season begins on Tuesday, and the Scoreboard will pick up the pace.
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Tuesday, November 5: Finally some real action is here, though not yet for Titan fans. Among 7 Horizon teams in action, only Cleveland State lost. But, only Cleveland State played a D-1 opponent. Apparently most Horizon coaches don't share Coach Davis's aversion to scheduling non-D1 teams.

Horizon League

Minnesota 85, Cleveland State 50. Things went about as expected for Cleveland State, which never led, and trailed by 21 before the first half was finished. Freshman Hugo Ferreira, out of Portugal, led CSU with 13. The Vikings played without Jaalam Hill, Torrey Patton, Al Eichelberger and Jalen Williams. The first two are injured, but it's not clear why Eichelberger and Williams sat out on an already depleted team.

Oakland 94, Goshen 66. I used to joke about how Ray McCallum's teams would have dominated the NAIA WHAC. Apparently, Kampe's teams could, too. Juco transfer Daniel Oladapo had 21 points and 12 rebounds.

Wright State 96, Central State 77. The Raiders methodically took out D-2 Central State

Northern Kentucky 105, UC-Clermont 55. Not sure Cincinnati-Clermont is the UC that NKU wants to play. Clermont is a USCAA school--United States Collegiate Athletic Association. It's the smallest of the small, although some of its members have dual affiliation with the NAIA or NCAA D-III. It's members include the likes of Albany College of Pharmacy, the Culinary Institute of America, Word of Life Bible Institute, and some schools with serious identity problems (East West University; Five Towns College). Clermont's schedule includes mostly other USCAA schools, and even a juco.

Youngstown State 101, Thiel 53. Darius Quisenberry had 16 points and six assists as YSU opens with a win.

UIC 75, Olivet Nazarene 72. It wasn't pretty, but UIC held on to beat NAIA Olivet Nazarene. The Flames played without Tarkus Ferguson and Marcus Ottey.

Milwaukee 72, Concordia 62. Illinois transfer Te'Jon Lucas had an impressive start for Milwaukee with 19 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Georgia Tech 82, North Carolina State 81 (OT). Undoubtedly NC State was looking past Tech to the Titan game on Sunday. The Wolfpack led by as many as 15 in the first half and never trailed in regulation. Leading 81-80 in the OT, they appeared to have held on when Tech missed a three for the win with 3 seconds left, but James Banks got the rebound, was fouled, and hit both free throws to hand Tech an upset in Raleigh. Banks finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds. CJ Bryce led NC State with 20 points and 11 rebounds.

Virginia Tech 67, Clemson 60. Preseason predictions generally had these two teams at the bottom of the ACC. Freshman Landers Nolley had 30 for Tech.

#8 Gonzaga 95, Alabama State 64. No challenge for the Zags. Cory Kispert led with 28 points.

Valparaiso 79, Toledo 77. Our old friend Valpo, generally picked to finish last in the MVC, surprised visiting Toledo, the favorite in the MAC. Toledo led by 14 early, but Valpo fought back and closed the 1st half with a 9-0 run to take the lead. The Rockets never led in the second half, although they did tie it with 13 seconds left on a pair of Marreon Jackson free throws. Javon Freeman hit a jumper with 4 seconds left for the win. Jackson led all scorers with 27 points.

Wyoming 54, Idaho State 40. 54-40 or Fight! Hunter Maldonado had 32 points for Wyoming in a low-scoring game. He nearly outscored Idaho State by himself, and scored over one-third of all points in this game.

UC-Irvine 76, San Diego 73. The Anteaters trailed by 18 late in the first half but came back behind 19 points from Evan Leonard. UCI made 24 of 27 free throws. San Diego was led by 17 points from Braun Hartfield, a transfer from Youngstown State.

Louisiana 95, Loyola, La. 67. Jim Harding had his first head coaching job back when Loyola of New Orleans was a D-1 program.

Ohio 65, Saint Bonaventure 53. A nice opening road win for a Bobcat team that was projected for a middle-of-the-pack MAC finish. Senior Jordan Dartis led the upset with 19 points.

Northeastern 72, Boston U. 67. Preseason CAA favorite Northeastern had its hands full with BU. Jordan Roland had 39 points for the Huskies, including a go ahead bucket with two minutes to play, and a four free throws in the final minute to preserve the win.

SIU-Edwardsville 61, Quincy 52. SIU-E shot just 39% and had 17 turnovers, but was still good enough to beat Quincy, a Catholic school that plays at the D-2 level.

Other Games
#2 Kentucky 69, #1 Michigan State 62. Already awaiting the rematch in March.

Michigan 79, Appalachian State 71. Michigan led by 21 at the half, and called off the dogs after building a 28 point lead in the second half. They may have called them off too early, as Appalachian State closed to within 5 in the final minutes. The Wolverines hit 7 straight free throws in the final minute, however, to keep the Mountaineers at bay. Eli Brooks had 24 points and Jon Teske 17 points and 13 rebounds for UM.

Central Michigan 102, UM-Dearborn 62.
Davenport 82, Grand Canyon 73. D-II Davenport of Grand Rapids made 15 of 30 three point attempts and stunned Dan Majerle's team down in Phoenix. Chris Rollins, a transfer from Purdue-Fort Wayne, led the upset with 22. Janeau Joubert, formerly of Central Michigan, is also in the Couches starting 5.

#4 Duke 68, #3 Kansas 66. Great way to start the season, for Duke and for fans--an excellent game in Madison Square Garden.
#5 Louisville 87, Miami 54.

#6 Florida 74, North Florida 59.
#7 Maryland 95, Holy Cross 71. Drew Louder, a freshman from Ann Arbor, had 24 points and 5 assists in his debut for Holy Cross.
#10 Villanova 97, Army 54.


#12 Seton Hall 105, Wagner 71.
#13 Texas Tech 85, Eastern Illinois 60.
#14 Memphis 97, South Carolina State 64.
#15 Oregon 71, Fresno State 57.

#16 Baylor 105, Central Arkansas 61.
#17 Utah State 81, Montana State 73. Sam Merrill had 28 points, but the Utes only wrapped it up in the final minutes.
#19 Xavier 76, Jacksonville 57.
#20 St. Mary's 65, Wisconsin 63 (OT). This would normally be the mid-major win of the night, but since St. Mary's was ranked higher and it's mentioned here in the top 25 scores anyway ... . But St. Mary's will take a big win over the honor. The Gaels closed out the first half with an 18-5 run to lead by 6, and never trailed in the second half. Wisconsin only tied it with a 13-4 run to end regulation, and had a chance to win it but missed a long three at the buzzer. Aleem Ford, who missed that one, missed another at the buzzer in the overtime.

#24 Auburn 83, Georgia Southern 74.
#25 VCU 72, St. Francis (Pa) 58.

Rhode Island 76, Long Island 65. Neither Ballantyne nor Triple J played for Long Island. Hmm.

Duquesne 94, Princeton 67. I wouldn't mind seeing us schedule either of these teams for a H&H. Duquesne is an old rival, Catholic, not too far, A10; Princeton has a national name and it's good for the school's academic rep to hang out with the Iyvs.

Washington Adventist 71, Howard 68. Howard becomes the first D-1 team to lose to a non-D1 team this year, though Grand Canyon soon followed.
Boise State 126, Life Pacific 49. What, the Smurfs are playing insurance companies now?

Mid-Major Win of the Night: Penn 81, Alabama 80. Freshman Jordan Dingle hit a jumper with 6 seconds left as the Quakers surprised 'Bama. Penn had led most of the way and was up by 9 with six minutes to go, but it looked like Alabama's rally was successful until the Dingle chimed in. Dingle finished with 24 points.
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Postby NC Titan » Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:59 am

Best line of the season (so far):

Georgia Tech 82, North Carolina State 81 (OT). Undoubtedly NC State was looking past Tech to the Titan game on Sunday. The Wolfpack led by as many as 15 in the first half and never trailed in regulation. Leading 81-80 in the OT, they appeared to have held on when Tech missed a three for the win with 3 seconds left, but James Banks got the rebound, was fouled, and hit both free throws to hand Tech an upset in Raleigh. Banks finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds. CJ Bryce led NC State with 20 points and 11 rebounds.
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Wednesday, Nov. 6

Horizon
#23 Purdue 79, Green Bay 57. Purdue scored the game's first 8 points and never looked back. A promising sign for Green Bay was freshman Amari Davis, who had 10 points on 5-9 shooting in 20 minutes of play.

Butler 80, IUPUI 47. Butler never trailed in an easy win. Milwaukee transfer Bryce Nze had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Bulldogs. Campbell transfer Marcus Burk led IUPUI with 17 points, but needed 21 shots to get there.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
#9 North Carolina 76, Notre Dame 65. UNC opened it up with a 22-6 run midway through the second half. Heralded freshman Cole Anthony had 34 points and 11 rebounds in his UNC debut. Prentiss Hubb led the Irish with 22.

Kent State 97, Hiram 58. Kent tuned up with a romp past D-3 Hiram. Detroiter Anthony Roberts led Kent with 18.

Other Games
Western Michigan 75, McNeese State 65. Michael Flowers had 24 and Artis White 20 for WMU.

#11 Virginia 48, Syracuse 34. Looks like a halftime score. Syracuse shot 24 percent overall, and 5-29 from three.
#18 Ohio State 64, Cincinnati 56.
#21 Arizona 91, Northern Arizona 52.

Georgia State 104, Brewton-Parker 35. Cory Allen had 15 points in his Georgia State debut, a romp past NAIA Brewton-Parker.
Vanderbilt 83, SE Missouri State 65. Vandy snaps a 20 game losing streak.
Maine 84, Merrimack 64. Maine mauled Merrimack in the latter's D-1 debut. Andrew Fleming scored 37 for Maine.
Illinois State 79, Belmont 72. Illinois State rallied from 8 down at the half in an interesting mid-major match-up.
Oklahoma State 80, Oral Roberts 75. ORU closed to within a point three times in the final minutes.

Mid-Major Upset of the Day: James Madison 79, Charlotte 74. The closest thing we have on a day when the P6 teams all beat their mid-major competition.
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Thursday, November 7:

Non-Conference Titan Opponents

Clemson 79, Presbyterian 45. One-time Titan commit Cory Hightower had a 1-10 shooting night for Presbyterian, which pretty much sums up the game. John Newman led Clemson (1-1) with 16.

Other Games
Rutgers 73, Bryant 71. A win tonight, but omens of a long season facing Rutgers in the B10.
Marshall 67, Robert Morris 60.
Purdue Fort Wayne 91, Manchester 80.

Mid Major Win of the Night: Idaho State 89, Air Force 79.
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Friday, November 8:

Horizon League
Delaware 56, Oakland 53. Much as I enjoy watching Oakland lose, this isn't good for the Horizon at all. Oakland led by 8 a the half but shot terribly, especially their bigs Brechting and Oladapo, who were a combined 4-15 from the floor. OU was also a dismal 12-22 from the foul line, usually a strength for Kampe teams. Trey Maddox led OU with 15 points. Nate Darling, a junior from Halifax, Nova Scotia, led Delware (2-0) with 22 points.

Missouri 71, Northern Kentucky 56. The Norse kept it close for a long time, but Missouri went on a 17-0 run midway through the second half and there was no NKU rally.

#14 Memphis 92, UIC 46. I don't know what evil Tarkus Ferguson committed, but it must have been bad, because with Marcus Ottey, Jordan Blount, and Rob Howard all out with injuries, Coach McClain still left Ferguson on the bench. The result was a total rout. Memphis led 18-3 after 7 minutes, and after a 5 minute reprieve in which UIC cut the margin by a total of one point, Memphis went on a 20-3 run to end the first half and led by 50 at several points in the second. Detroit area freshman Brian Taylor led UIC with 11. Meanwhile, Memphis's 7-1 freshman James Wiseman was ruled ineligible by the NCAA earlier in the day, but got a court restraining order allowing him to play, and finished with 17 points and 9 rebounds.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Eastern Michigan 93, Siena Heights 51. EMU opens the year with three straight NAIA opponents.

Northeastern 84, Harvard 79. Harvard is banged up and minus two starters, but this is still a nice win for the Huskies. Jordan Roland had 42 points for Northeastern, following up on 39 in the season opener against Boston U. Should be quite a shootout when the Huskies visit Detroit next month.

Iowa 87, SIU-Edwardsville 60. SIU-E got womped all around. Cameron Williams and Kenyon Duling each had 10 in the defeat.

Other Games
#2 Kentucky 91, Eastern Kentucky 49. Your new #1 team.
#3 Kansas 74, UNC-Greensboro 62.
#4 Duke 89, Colorado State 55. Your new #2 team.

#9 North Carolina 78, UNC-Wilmington 62. Give UNC credit for playing a true road game with an in-state mid-major. Cole Anthony had 20 points and 10 rebounds.

#17 Utah State 89, Weber State 34. Weber State plays at a lower level than Utah State, but they're usually pretty good. Utah State led by 35 at halftime in an impressive win.
#19 Xavier 81, Siena 63.

#22 LSU 88, Bowling Green 79. BGSU is one of the MAC favorites this year. The Falcons led early but a 19-0 run midway through the first half put them in a deep hole. Bowling Green cut it 5 in the second half but couldn't keep up the momentum. Detroiter Justin Turner led Bowling Green's effort with 26 points.

#24 Auburn 76, Davidson 66.
#25 VCU 59, North Texas 56. Mike'L Simms hit a pair of 3-pointers in the final 2:07 for his only baskets of the game, and VCU squeaked out a win.

UMass-Lowell 87, Long Island 74. Jack and JJJ made their Shark debuts tonight. Jack played well, with 6 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, and no turnovers in 14 minutes. Triple J played 17 minutes and was scoreless (0-4 shooting ) with 1 assist and two turnovers.

Furman 87, Loyola 63. The Paladins beat Loyola for the second straight year, this time at home. This is a dangerous team.

Dartmouth 68, Buffalo 63. The Big Green snap Buffalo's 26 game home-court win streak.
Yale 94, Oberlin 37. Due to speech codes, there was no cheering for either team at this game.

Grambling 147, Ecclesia 52. I'm guessing this is a Grambling record for points in one game.
Utah 143, Mississippi Valley State 49. Utah definitely set a school record for points in one game. MVSU's new head coach, Lindsey Hunter, has watched his team yield 253 points in his first two games at the helm.

Mid-Major Upset of the Night:
Merrimack 71, Northwestern 61. In just their second game in D-1, Merrimack takes out a Big 10 team. Trailing by 5 with just under 10 minutes to play, Merrimack went on a 17-4 run that ended in the final minute. Junior Devin Jenson had 23 points for the winners.
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Saturday, November 9

Horizon
Oakland 75, Texas-San Antonio 62. Kevin Kangu had 20 points, Xavier Hill-Mais 19 points and 12 rebounds, and Treveon Maddox 16 points as Oakland rolled in the second half after trailing at the break. Sunshine Slam attendance in Kissimmee was 564.

Western Michigan 115, Milwaukee 110 (3 OT). Don't send me Flowers. This game see-sawed back and forth, but Western scored 5 points in the final 18 seconds of regulation to force an OT, the tying shot a three pointer by Michael Flowers with 6 seconds left. In the first OT, Flowers again provided the tying three pointer, this time with 7 seconds left. In the second OT, Flowers tied it with a three with 4 seconds left. In the third OT, Flowers wasn't called up for heroics. William Boyer Richardson scored 7 points in the period and Western won "going away," if that can be said about such a game. Flowers finished with 34 points, including 7 of 9 from three. For Milwaukee, Darius Roy returned to action after missing the opener, and had 29 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists. Te'Jon Lucas added 23.

Wright State 88, Miami (Oh) 81. Wright State (2-0) got the Horizon's first win over a D-1 team this afternoon, after the conference opened 0-6 against the Division. Loudon Love led the Raiders with a monster game: 27 points on 12-17 shooting and 16 rebounds.

Bradley 90, IUPUI 56. Bradley barely broke a sweat, leading 47-23 at the half and waltzing home. Jaylen Minnett led IUPUI with 17.

Cleveland State 79, Edinboro 54. CSU won't go winless, anyway. Detroiter Spider Johnson led the Vikings with 13 points and 7 rebounds

Green Bay 115, Wisconsin-Stout 64. Stout's defense was anything but Stout as 7 Phoenix scored in double figures.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents:
Notre Dame 92, Robert Morris 57. A walkover for the Irish (2-0). Dane Goodwin led with 18.

Gonzaga 110, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 60. Filip Petrusev scored a career-high 25 points on 9-for-10 shooting for Gonzaga.

Pepperdine 77, UC-Irvine 73. Pepperdine shocked UCI, rallying from 9 down in the final two minutes of play. Senior Eyassu Worku led UCI with 26 points.

Louisiana 85, McNeese State 80. Jalen Johnson had 21 points and 7 rebounds for the Ragin Cajuns (2-0).

Ohio 88, Heidelberg 50. D-3 Heidelbereg was no match for the Bobcats (2-0).

Other Games of Interest:
#7 Maryland 73, Rhode Island 55.

#12 Seton Hall 74, Stony Brook 57.
#13 Texas Tech 79, Bethune-Cookman 44.
Texas 70, #23 Purdue 66.

St. Louis 81, Valparaiso 70.
Evansville 79, Ball State 75.
Dayton 86, Indiana State 81

Mid-Major Upset of the Day
Tonight's award is shared:

Southern Utah 79, Nebraska 78 (2OT). After leading by as many as 14 in the first half, Nebraska needed a three at the final buzzer to make it to overtime. Southern Utah trailed by 3 with under a minute in the second OT, but got the hoop, the stop, and game winning jumper with 2 seconds left. Fred Hoiberg's Nebraska gig has opened with losses to Cal-Riverside and Southern Utah.

Nicholls 75, Pittsburgh 70. After spotting Pitt a free throw, Nicholls took the lead in the first minute of play and never trailed again. Pitt closed to within a point 3 times, the last with 46 seconds left, but the Colonels, who play in the Southland Conference, refused to fold. The win was fueled by 11 of 24 shooting from three. Nicholls, btw, took Illinois to overtime in the season opener on Tuesday.
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Sunday, November 10:

Horizon
North Carolina State 84, Detroit 65. Hmmm... where was Maxwell? Is he ineligible? Interesting that Gorman hit the floor before Pink. Rebounding was better than expected. Got decent shots, missed them. While I appreciate coach's philosophy, I still think it would be of enormous benefit for the Titans, just one year, to schedule some early wins.

Oakland 61, Southern Illinois 52. Daniel Oladapo had 23 points and Brad Brechting had 16 points and 12 rebounds for Oakland. The Grizzlies (3-1) won 2 of 3 at the Sunshine Slam in Florida.

#5 Louisville 78, Youngstown State 55. YSU fails its first big test. Louisville never trailed and was in complete command by the first TV timeout, by which time they led 14-3. YSU closed the first half with a 12-2 run, cutting the deficit to 7 at the break, but Louisville scored the first 6 points of the second half and was never threatened. Naz Bohannon had 14 points and 8 rebounds for YSU.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents:
Clemson 81, Colgate 68. Colgate is the favorite in the Patriot this year, so this is a decent win for Clemson. The game was tied with just over 6:00 minutes to play, but Clemson closed it out with a 19-6 run. Tevin Mack led Clemson with 17 points and 9 rebounds.

Toledo 96, Marshall 70. Toledo rebounded from an upset loss to Valpo by slamming Marshall in Huntington. Rochester's Spencer Littleson led the Rockets with 27, and Clarkston's Dylan Alderson added 17 points and 10 rebounds.

South Carolina 66, Wyoming 32. Wyoming (1-1) shot just 23% today, and is averaging just 43 points for its first two games. Hector Maldonado led the Cowboys with 10 points, and has scored half of the Cowboys points in these two games.

Other Games:
#1 Michigan State 100, Binghamton 47. 17 points and 11 assists for Cassius Winston as MSU used Binghamton as bounce back fodder.

Central Michigan 134, Mississippi Valley State 78. Lindsey Hunter's MVSU team has surrendered 387 points in 3 games. David DiLeo led CMU with 30 points.

Florida State 63, #6 Florida 51. The Seminoles held the Gators to 28% from the floor, 18% from three. FSU had lost its opener to Pitt, which in turn lost yesterday to Nicholls.

#11 Virginia 65, James Madison 34. Virginia has held its first two opponents to 34 points each.
#18 Ohio State 76, UMass-Lowell 56. Kaleb Wesson had 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Buckeyes.
#21 Arizona 90, Illinois 69.

Mid-Major Upset of the Day: Old Dominion 82, St. Joe's 69. Closest thing we had to a true mid-major upset today.
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Sunday, November 10:

Horizon
North Carolina State 84, Detroit 65. Hmmm... where was Maxwell? Is he ineligible? Interesting that Gorman hit the floor before Pink. Rebounding was better than expected. Got decent shots, missed them. While I appreciate coach's philosophy, I still think it would be of enormous benefit for the Titans, just one year, to schedule some early wins.

Oakland 61, Southern Illinois 52. Daniel Oladapo had 23 points and Brad Brechting had 16 points and 12 rebounds for Oakland. The Grizzlies (3-1) won 2 of 3 at the Sunshine Slam in Florida.

#5 Louisville 78, Youngstown State 55. YSU fails its first big test. Louisville never trailed and was in complete command by the first TV timeout, by which time they led 14-3. YSU closed the first half with a 12-2 run, cutting the deficit to 7 at the break, but Louisville scored the first 6 points of the second half and was never threatened. Naz Bohannon had 14 points and 8 rebounds for YSU.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents:
Clemson 81, Colgate 68. Colgate is the favorite in the Patriot this year, so this is a decent win for Clemson. The game was tied with just over 6:00 minutes to play, but Clemson closed it out with a 19-6 run. Tevin Mack led Clemson with 17 points and 9 rebounds.

Toledo 96, Marshall 70. Toledo rebounded from an upset loss to Valpo by slamming Marshall in Huntington. Rochester's Spencer Littleson led the Rockets with 27, and Clarkston's Dylan Alderson added 17 points and 10 rebounds.

South Carolina 66, Wyoming 32. Wyoming (1-1) shot just 23% today, and is averaging just 43 points for its first two games. Hector Maldonado led the Cowboys with 10 points, and has scored half of the Cowboys points in these two games.

Other Games:
#1 Michigan State 100, Binghamton 47. 17 points and 11 assists for Cassius Winston as MSU used Binghamton as bounce back fodder.

Central Michigan 134, Mississippi Valley State 78. Lindsey Hunter's MVSU team has surrendered 387 points in 3 games. David DiLeo led CMU with 30 points.

Florida State 63, #6 Florida 51. The Seminoles held the Gators to 28% from the floor, 18% from three. FSU had lost its opener to Pitt, which in turn lost yesterday to Nicholls.

#11 Virginia 65, James Madison 34. Virginia has held its first two opponents to 34 points each.
#18 Ohio State 76, UMass-Lowell 56. Kaleb Wesson had 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Buckeyes.
#21 Arizona 90, Illinois 69.

Mid-Major Upset of the Day: Old Dominion 82, St. Joe's 69. Closest thing we had to a true mid-major upset today.
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