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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:21 am

Thursday, Nov. 14

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Eastern Michigan 72, UM-Dearborn 59. EMU takes out a third NAIA opponent. Boubacar Toure had 15 points and 14 rebounds.

Other Games
#3 Michigan State 76, #12 Seton Hall 73. MSU bounces back from the Kentucky loss. 21 for Cassius Winston.

#15 Florida 66, Towson 60. It wasn't easy for Florida. Towson was tied at the half, and the second half was nip and tuck all the way. Towson tied it at 60 with 2:16 left to play but Florida (2-1) shut the Tigers (2-2) down from there to gain a win.
#18 St. Mary's 81, Long Beach State 63. Semi-tough.
#19 Arizona 87, San Jose State 39. This one was easy.

Penn State 81, Georgetown 66.
Harvard 59, Siena 56.
Morehead State 77, Presbyterian 55. Cory Hightower had 10 for Presbyterian. The Blue Hose lost to Clemson last week, 79-45.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Richmond 93, Vanderbilt 92 (OT). Not much of an upset, but still a P5 team going down. Aaron Nesmith had 34 for Vandy (2-1), but Richmond won it on an Andre Gustafson free throw with 0.6 seconds left in the overtime. Gustafson scored just 3 points tonight.
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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Sat Nov 16, 2019 1:12 am

Saturday, Nov. 15

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Louisiana 71, Youngstown State 63. This game had 11 lead changes in the first 35 minutes, with the largest lead (once) reaching 6. But host Louisiana pulled away in the final 5 minutes. Kobe Lewis had 23 points and Jalen Johnson had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Ragin' Cajuns (3-1), whom the Titans play in Las Vegas next weekend. Darius Quisenberry had 18 for the Penguins (1-2).

South Carolina 90, Cleveland State 63. Cleveland's starting point guard tonight was Jeremy Sanchez, a freshman walk-on. Still, the Vikings (1-3) showed some life, cutting an early 17 point deficit to just five at the half. After missing the last two games for reasons unknown, one time Titan recruiting target Al Eichelberger saw action and played well, finishing with 13 points and 7 rebounds.

Milwaukee 61, UMKC 52. Te'Jon Lucas had 15 points, 10 assists, and 7 rebounds as Milwaukee (3-1) won at home.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents:
Notre Dame 74, Marshall 64. John Mooney had 28 points and 16 rebounds for the Irish (3-1). This game was not as close as the final score might suggest.

#8 Gonzaga 79, Texas A&M 49. Gonzaga has won its four games by an average of 36 points.

UC-Irvine 69, Boise State 61. The Anteaters (3-1) piled up a big early lead and held on. Eyassu Worku led with 15 points. The Titans play Irvine next Sunday in Vegas.

Other Games
Michigan 70, Elon 50. UM (3-0) had little trouble with the Elon Phoenix (2-2).
Mississippi 85, Western Michigan 58. Mississippi (3-0) hands Western (3-1) its first defeat.

#2 Duke 74, Georgia State 63. Georgia State was tied with Duke three minutes into the second half, but finally ran out of steam. Duke will move to #1 in next week's poll. A transfer named Corey Allen led Georgia State with 20 points, hitting 9 of 18 shots.

#5 Kansas 112, Monmouth 57. I'm sure this was fun for the Jayhawks.

#6 North Carolina 77, Gardner Webb 61. Cole Anthony had 28 for the Tarheels (3-0).
#17 Utah State 81, North Carolina A&T 54. Utah State has a different leader every game. Tonight it was Justin Bean, who had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Utes (4-0).

#21 Xavier 59, Missouri State 56. This game was tied in the final minute, but Missouri State (2-2) couldn't quite get the upset in Cincinnati.
#22 Auburn 116, Northridge 70.
#24 Baylor 72, Texas State 63.

UNC-Greensboro 64, Tennessee Tech 30. Tennessee Tech (1-3) scored 80 points and forced Horizon favorite Wright State into overtime three days ago.

West Virginia 68, Pittsburgh 53.
Utah 73, Minnesota 69.
BYU 72, Houston 71. BYU (3-1) won it on a TJ Haws jumper at the buzzer.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Rhode Island 93, Alabama 79.
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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Sun Nov 17, 2019 12:43 am

Saturday, November 17:

Horizon
#7 Maryland 80, Oakland 50. Things started out OK for OU (3-2), which led by 4 just before the midway point of the first half. But the Terps (3-0) closed the half with an 18-4 run and steadily pulled away in the second. Xavier Hill-Mais, with 18, was the only Griz to score in double figures. 15 Maryland players got at least one shot off, and 13 of them scored.

Kent State 72, Wright State 71. A terrible loss for WSU and the Horizon. The Raiders led by as many as 15, but let Kent pull it out on a three-pointer by Detroiter Danny Pippin with 10 seconds left--Kent's first lead in 33 and a half minutes. The Raiders were up 9 with 2:40 to play but didn't hit another field goal. Billy Wampler led WSU with 15 points, but missed a final attempt at a game winner with 2 seconds to play. With Wright State's weak non-conference schedule, this home loss is very harmful for their post-season possibilities.

Bradley 65, UIC 56. UIC ended the first half on a 14-1 run to lead by 8 at the break, then collapsed, going over 7 minutes before Detroiter scoring in the second half as Bradley went on an 11-0 run. UIC then went another 5 and a half minutes before getting a field goal, by which time Bradley (2-1) had stretched the lead to 11. UIC never got it back to a two possession game. Michael Diggins, with 13 points and 11 rebounds, was a bright spot for the Flames (1-3).

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Eastern Michigan 56, North Texas 51. Ty Groce's 15 points led EMU, which is 4-0. Their first three wins, however, were over NAIA teams.

NC State 95, St. Francis (NY) 64. NC State (3-1) made just 3 of 18 three-point shots, but did everything else right. CJ Bryce led the way with 22 points and 11 rebounds.

Oregon State 83, Wyoming 63. Wyoming tops 55 points for the first time in 4 games, but the result was a third consecutive loss. Hunter Maldonado had 18 points for he Cowboys.

Toledo 70, Robert Morris 56. Rochester's Spencer Littleson scored 17 for Toledo (2-1).

#10 Villanova 78, Ohio U. 54. The original OU (3-1) was no match for 'Nova (2-1), but two Bobcats stood out and the Titans will have their hands full with them in two weeks: sophomore forward Ben Vander Plas had 19 points and 10 rebounds on 8-15 shooting, and sophomore guard Jason Preston had 16 points and 8 assists.

Old Dominion 76, Northeastern 69. Jordan Roland, the nation's leading scorer, had 29 for Northeastern (2-2), but ODU (3-1) dominated the boards, forced 18 turnovers, and got the win.

SIU-Edwardsville 57, Incarnate Word 55. In San Antonio, Mike Adewunmi scored 12 points, including two free throws with 3 seconds left, to lead SIU-E to victory. Attendance was 96.

Other Games of Note:
Central Michigan 84, Sam Houston State 77.

#9 Virginia 60, Columbia 42.
#13 Memphis 102, Alcorn State 56. If only Memphis had had the services of Jamie Wiseman, this outcome might have been different.

Tennessee 75, #20 Washington 62. Lamonte Turner had 16 points, 7 rebounds, and 8 assists for Tennessee (3-0).

#23 LSU 75, Nicholls 65. Nicholls, which lost a close game at Illinois and won at Pitt, gave LSU a scare today. The Colonels led by as many as 8 in the first half and were up one at the break. They were tied five minutes into the second half when LSU got a 10-0 run. Nicholls didn't let the game get out of hand, but didn't get closer than 6 the rest of the way.

#25 Colorado , San Diego .

Loyola 85, St. Joe's 68.
DePaul 75, Cornell 54. DePaul is 5-0 for the first time since 1986-87.
Temple 70, La Salle 65.
Rice 82, UC Santa Barbara 81. Rice (4-1) trailed by 22 with 12 minutes left. They won it on a layup with 2 seconds to play.

Mid Major Win of the Day Runners Up
Morgan State 68, George Washington 64.
Belmont 100, Boston College 85. Rick Byrd's retirement may not slow Belmont. After a first half with 16 lead changes, Belmont broke it open with a 30-7 run early in the second half. Sophomore Adam Kunkel had 35 points for Belmont, who shot 58% from three. Belmont has won either the Ohio Valley regular season or tournament title for 17 consecutive years. BC is 3-1.

Mid-Major Win of the Day:Vermont 70, St. John's 68. Anthony Lamb's buzzer beater lifted Vermont (4-0) over St. John's (3-1)
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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:05 am

Sunday, Nov. 17

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Clemson 87, Detroit 65. We desperately need a ball handler to take the load and the pressure off of AD. We have shot terribly in both games, even though that is supposed to be our strength. I've appreciated the work on the boards. I presume the shots will start dropping--if they don't, it's going to be a very long year.

Northern Kentucky 82, Coppin State 70. A tough day for the Norse, who learned that Jalen Tate has broken his hand and will be out until at least January. Coppin State (1-4) provided some salve. Dantez Walker had 24 and Taylor Sharpe 23 for NKU (3-1).

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Toledo 112, Howard 68. Marreon Jackson had 27 points and 9 assists as Toledo (3-1) ground up Howard (0-5).

Other Games
#4 Louisville 87, North Carolina Central 58.
#12 Seton Hall 83, St. Louis 66.
#14 Oregon 67, UT-Arlington 47.
Connecticut 62, #15 Florida 59. Connecticut didn't score for the game's first six minutes, but came back for a good win at home.
#18 St. Mary's 79, Cal-Poly 48.
#19 Arizona 83, New Mexico State 53.

Wisconsin 77, Marquette 61. Six Badgers scored in double figures.

Richmond 90, Cal-State Northridge 62. Richmond led 55-18 at the half.
Merrimack 54, Jacksonville 44. Merrimack is 3-2 in its first season, no non-D1 games, win over Northwestern.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Charlotte 67, Wake Forest 65 (OT). Charlotte gets its first win over an ACC team since January, 2011.
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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Tue Nov 19, 2019 12:51 am

Monday, Nov. 18

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Oakland 60, Hartford 50. Oakland (4-2) jumped out to a 24-6 lead, and every time Hartford cut it to 9 or 10 the Grizz responded with a couple buckets. Xavier Hill-Mais (17 points, 11 rebounds) and Daniel Oladapo (12 & 12) had double-doubles.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Notre Dame 63, Presbyterian 53. Corey Hightower had 15 points and 9 rebounds for Presbyterian, but Notre Dame's balanced attack overpowered the Blue Hose (1-3). Six players scored between 7 and 13 points for the Irish (4-1).

#23 Colorado 69, UC-Irvine 53. UC-Irvine (3-2) shot better from the floor, the arc, and the line, and had more rebounds, but lost the turnover battle 22-7 and went down to defeat at Colorado (3-0). Collins Welp led Irvine with 12. They play Detroit on Sunday.

South Dakota 71, SIU-Edwardsville 56. South Dakota (5-0) has a really good forward named Tyler Hagedorn, who had 13 points and 14 rebounds tonight. SIUE (2-3) was led by Zeke Moore with 15.

Some Other Games
#3 Michigan State 94, Charleston Southern 46.
Central Michigan 115, Siena Heights 58.

#9 Kentucky 82, Utah Valley 74. Utah Valley (3-2) gave a good showing, closing to within a point with 2:30 left to play. An old-fashioned 3 point play by Nate Sestina gave UK (3-1) some breathing room, and Ashton Hagans went 6-6 from the foul line in the final minute to clinch the win. Hagans finished with 26, including 12-12 from the stripe.

#10 Ohio State 86, Stetson 51.
#15 Utah State 82, Texas-San Antonio 50.
#19 Auburn 91, Colgate 62. Colgate was one of those mid-majors getting lots of pre-season hype as one that could make some noise. They scheduled up this year, but after an opening win over NJIT have been blasted by Clemson, Syracuse, and now Auburn (5-0), by increasing margins.

SMU 59, Evansville 57. The Purple Aces (3-1) couldn't follow up on their upset of Kentucky. This was a close game all the way. Neither team ever led by more than 7, or by more than 4 in the second half.

Oklahoma 75, William & Mary 70. William & Mary was off to its first 4-0 start in a quarter century.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Well, actually, there were no real mid-major upsets. So we'll recognize Montana Tech, an NAIA school, which beat a mid-major. Montana Tech 74, Montana 72.
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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:10 am

Tuesday, November 19

Horizon
Wyoming 76, Detroit 49. Wyoming covers the spread. The Titans looked very tired tonight. We lost by 27 to a team that lost at home to Cal State Northridge. We desperately need another ball handler.

Florida International 107, Cleveland State 61. It was 56-22 at halftime. Nuff said.

Youngstown State 66, North Carolina Central 60. The Penguins scored the game's final 8 points to win in Youngstown (2-2). Naz Bohannan had 19 points and 11 rebounds. NC Central is 1-4.

Milwaukee 79, North Dakota 70. Five Panthers scored in double figures, led by Darius Roy with 21. Milwaukee is 4-1. Filip Rebraca had 24 points, 10 rebounds, and a remarkable 8 blocks for North Dakota.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
#8 Gonzaga , UT-Arlington .

Northeastern 101, Holy Cross 44. Northeastern (3-2) looked good tonight. Jordan Roland, the nation's leading scorer, had 28.

Kent State 75, Purdue-Fort Wayne 68. Kent State (4-0) trailed for the first 33 minutes, but won going away. Antonio Williams had 16 for the victors. IPFW (2-4) got 15 points and 8 rebounds from one-time Titan recruiting target Dylan Carl.

NC State 87, Alcorn State 64. Devon Daniels had 23 in an easy win for the Wolfpack (4-1).

Other Games of Note
Western Michigan 102, Alma 56.

#4 Kansas 75, East Tennessee State 63. ETSU (3-1) entered ranked #2 (behind Gonzaga) in the Mid-Major top 25. ETSU trailed for all but a few early seconds but never let the game get out of hand, and Kansas (3-1) had to shoot 56% to win.

#6 Maryland 74, Fairfield 55.
#7 Virginia 61, Vermont 55. Vermont gave the defending national champs all they could handle. The Catamounts (4-1) came back from an early 12 point deficit to lead 49-48 with just over 5 minutes to play. But UVa (4-0) responded with a 9-0 run to take the win. Vermont star Anthony Lamb had 30 points.

Louisiana Tech 76, Mississippi Valley State 43. The woes continue for old friend Lindsay Hunter, whose Devils are now 0-5, with an average margin of defeat of 44 points. But this was the first game they gave up fewer than 90 points, so I suppose there's progress.

Alabama 81, Furman 73. Furman (4-1) was hoping this game would boost their post-season opportunities, and led with 10 minutes to play, but 'Bama (2-2) ground it out down the stretch. Jordan Lyons had 33 points in defeat.

Radford 67, Northwestern 56. Radford used a 17-0 run to take command early, and led by 15 to 20 for most of the second half. A late Northwestern rally was too little. Northwestern (1-2) lost to Merrimack earlier this year.

Rhode Island 70, Nicholls 65. Nicholls (2-3) has a win over Pitt, and has played LSU, Illinois, and now Rhody (3-1) within 10.
Liberty 55, Navy 48. Just reading the result makes you feel patriotic.
Delaware 79, St. Francis (Pa) 64. Delaware (6-0) becomes the first team in the country to six wins.

UTEP 64, New Mexico 63. UTEP squeezed out a win in a battle of two desert teams that entered the game undefeated. After UTEP (4-0) broke out to a 10-1 lead, New Mexico (4-1) scored 9 straight, and neither team led by more than six thereafter, with 11 lead changes and 8 ties. The winning basket was a Jordan Lathan jumper with 26 seconds remaining.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Boston U. 78, South Carolina 70. In Colombia, BU (3-2) held South Carolina without a field goal for almost 6 minutes down the stretch, and knocked the Gamecocks (3-1) out of the unbeaten ranks.
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Postby Commissioner » Thu Nov 21, 2019 12:19 am

Wednesday, Nov. 20

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Loyola 85, IUPUI 62. It was 30-28 with two minutes left in the first half, but from there Loyola pulled steadily away from IUPUI. The Ramblers (3-2) shot a sizzling 61% from the floor, 56% from three, and 92% from the foul line. Marcus Burk had 23 for IUPUI (2-3).

Northern Kentucky 59, Ball State 57. NKU (4-1) came out on top in a close, see-saw battle that saw 13 lead changes. Ball State's final shot with two seconds left, for one last lead change, was off the mark. Dantez Walton led NKU with 18 points and 6 rebounds, and Trevon Faulkner added 17 points and 6 rebounds. Ball State is 3-2.

Wright State 88, Urbana 51. Playing a little school like Urbana is a good way to feel better after a disappointing loss, such as Wright State's loss to Kent State on Saturday. WSU is 4-1.

Other Games
#2 Louisville 76, South Carolina Upstate 50.
#5 North Carolina 75, Elon 61.

#16 Memphis 68, Little Rock 58.
#20 Tennessee 76, Alabama State 41.

Belmont 73, Lipscomb 67. Big rivalry in Nashville.
Georgia 82, Georgia Tech 78.
VMI 96, Christendom 20. Aw come on, Keydets.

Mid Major Win of the Day: Arkansas State 80, Colorado State 78.
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Postby Commissioner » Fri Nov 22, 2019 12:32 am

Thursday, November 21

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Wisconsin 88, Green Bay 70. Green Bay shot a respectable 48% and turned it over just 9
Times, yet the Phoenix were never in this game. The Badgers (4-1) made 15 of 31 three point attempts and dominated the boards. Freshman Amari Davis led Green Bay with 15 points.

Akron 82, Youngstown State 60. The great Tyler Cheese led Akron (4-1) with 19 points. Darius Quisenberry had 17 for YSU (2-3).

UIC 72, Robert Morris 62. UIC (2-3) rallies from 9 down at the break. Godwin Boahen has 17.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
TCU 59, UC-Irvine 58. In a nip and tuck second half, TCU (3-0) got the last nip, a three-pointer by RJ Nembard with 4 seconds to go. UC-Irvine is 3-3 heading into Sunday’s game with the Titans.

Wyoming 69, Louisiana 61. The Cowboys and the Cajuns we’re tied at the half and tied at the end of regulation, but the former controlled the OT. hunter Thompson has 22 for Wyoming (3-3). Freshman Kobe Julian led Louisiana (3-2) with 15.

Notre Dame 64, Toledo 62. (OT) Toledo gave the Irish all they could handle, but let a signature win slip away. The Rockets led by 7 with 3 minutes to play, and by 5 with 30 seconds left. But they turned it over on their next two possessions, and then made just 1 of 2 free throws with 11 seconds left, allowing Notre Dame to tie it with a 3 point shot by Nate Leszewski at the buzzer, forcing an OT. The Rockets started the extra period OK, and led by a point with 30 seconds to play, only to yield 6 straight points to the Irish.

#24 Baylor 76, Ohio U. 53. Ohio (3-2) was no match for Baylor (3-1). Lunden McKay led OU's effort with 16 points.

Kent State 89, Concord 51. Kent runs its record to 5-0 by beating up D-2 Concord. Danny Pippin, a Detroiter whom the Titans offered back under Coach Ray, led Kent with 17.

Clemson 87, Alabama A&M 51. Al-Amir Dawes has 19 for Clemson (4-1).

Other Games of Interest
Minnesota 82, Central Michigan 57. Minnesota rolled a big early lead on handing CMU its first defeat of the season.

#1 Duke 87, California 52. 31 points and 12 rebounds for Vernon Carey.
#10 Villanova 98, Middle Tennessee 69.

#12 Texas Tech 72, Tennessee State 57.
#14 Arizona 71, South Dakota State 64.
#18 Xavier 73, Towson 51.
Georgetown 82, #22 Texas 66. G’town got a big win before an enthusiastic crowd in Madison Square Garden. Both teams are 4-1.

New Mexico 78, New Mexico State 77. Tight game in a big southwestern rivalry.
Duquesne 74, Indiana State 71.
Omaha 85, Washington State 77. Omaha (3-3) came back from a 13 point halftime deficit.

Mid-Major Win of the Day Coastal Carolina 79, Utah 57. That’s an eye-popping result. Coastal Carolina (3-2) crushes previously unbeaten Utah (4-1).
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Postby Commissioner » Sat Nov 23, 2019 1:46 am

Friday, Nov. 22

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Cleveland State 47, UNC-Wilmington 46. Al Eichelberger had the best game of his career with 19 points and 13 rebounds, and Trey Gomillion hit a game winning layup with 11 seconds to play as CSU (2-4) got its first win against a D-1 team.

Rice 75, Milwaukee 69. Milwaukee (4-2) took 71 shots, to just 43 for Rice (5-2), but hit just 33% to Rice’s 50%, and was outshot 39-21 at the foul line (and out scored there 25–13).

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
eastern Michigan 62, UMBC 45. EMU is off to a 5-0 start against weak competition.

Utah 80, Ohio U. 66. OU (3-3) lost its third in a row. Jason Preston led the Bobcats with 24 points.

Other Games
Michigan 111, Houston Baptist 68.
Oklahoma 80, Western Michigan 73. Oklahoma didn’t lock this one down until the final 30 seconds.

#1 Duke 81, Georgetown 73.
#6 Maryland 86, George Mason 63.
#9 Kentucky 82, Mt. St. Mary’s 62.
#10 Ohio State 85, IPFW 46.

#11 Oregon 78, Houston 66.
#15 Utah State 80, LSU 78. Utah State overcame a 16 point halftime deficit and took its only lead of the game on a Sam Merrill trey in the final minute. Merrill finished with 24 points and 8 assists for the Utes (6-0). LSU (3-2) got 30 points from Skyelar Mays.
#17 Villanova 83, Mississippi State 76.
#18 Xavier 75, Connecticut 74 (2OT). A thriller in Charleston between two teams that entered unbeaten.

Georgia State 83, Prairie View 74. Cory Allen led Georgia State (2-3) with 18.
Valparaiso 78, Gand Canyon 74.
East Carolina 85, Evansville 68. Evansville has been unable to build off its upset of Kentucky.

Merrimack 110, Lesley 16. Merrimack has no right to complain if their better D1 opponents run up the score.
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Saturday, Nov. 23 - happy birthday to our 14th president, Franklin Pierce

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Milwaukee 62, Morgan State 57.

Mercer 72, UIC 68. UIC (2-4) is a mess. They’ve got 3 starters out with injuries, and Godwin Boahen and Tarik’s Ferguson are bothshooting under 30% on the young season.

Texas Southern 98, Northern Kentucky 96 (2OT). NKU (4-2) blew an 8 point lead with 2 minutes left in regulation, then blew a 6 point lead with 2 minutes left in the first OT. That wasted a 33 point night by Dantez Walton and allowed Texas Southern (1-4) to claim its first win of the year.

Cleveland State 65, Eastern Kentucky 51. Who’d a thought it? Cleveland State (3-4) has won 2 straight, both against D1 teams. Tre Gomillion had 15 points and 16 rebounds.

Youngstown State 66, South Carolina Upstate 61. Darius Quisenberry scores 15 of his 22 points from the foul line, and Mike Akuchie had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds as YSU (3-3) won in Spartanburg.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents

Gonzaga 77 , Bakersfield 49. The Zags led start to finish.

Toledo 100, Northwest Ohio 41. Dylan Anderson had 30, leading six Rockets in double figures. Toledo is 4-2.

NC State 74, Little Rock 58.

Northern Illinois 68, SIU-Edwardsville 64. After trailing most of the game, Northern got a 4 point play with 23 seconds left to take the lead. One-time Titan commit Lacy James had 10 points and 9 rebounds for NIU. Tyrese Wilford led SIUE with 18 points.

other Games of Note
Central Michigan 106, Trinity 60. It was “Pad Your Stats Day” in Mount Pleasant.

#7 Virginia 58, Massachusetts 46. Virginia’s defense is just crazy. UMass (5-1) loses for the first time this year.
#13 Seton Hall 87, Florida A&M 51.
#16 Memphis 87, Mississippi 86. Mississippi (4-1) trailed by double digits most of the second half, rallying just a little too late. Memphis is 5-1.

#21 VCU 78, Florida Gulf Coast 48.

Arizona State 80, St. John’s 67.
Canisius 61, St. Bonaventure 57.
St. Louis 60, Belmont 55.
DePaul 72, Boston College 67. Is DePaul (6-0) really back?
Mid-major Win of the Day: Penn 81, Providence 75.
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Re: 2019-2020 Scoreboard sponsored by Nash Rambler

Postby Commissioner » Tue Nov 26, 2019 12:18 am

Monday, November 25

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Louisiana 81, Detroit 62. Yuck. Couldn't watch the game, but the stats, and the radio feed, give me the impression that we were awful in almost every way.

Northern Illinois 74, Oakland 50. Northern Illinois (6-2) closed the first half with a 9-2 spurt to lead by 5, then blitzed OU in the second. NIU made 13 of 24 from three, while Oakland made just 3 of 21. Oakland outscored the Huskies 17-1 at the foul line. Absent that, this game would have been a total embarrassment for the Grizzlies (4-3).

Wright State 72, Weber State 57. After about 10 minutes of pussyfootin' around, the Raiders (5-1) rolled Weber State (1-3) at the Gulf Coast Showcase. Billy Wampler scored 27.

Loyola (Md) 81, IUPUI 77. Loyola (3-3) never led by a lot, but led all through the second half. A pair of Isaiah Hart free throws with 13 seconds left sealed the win. IUPUI (2-4) got 32 points from Marcus Burk.

Green Bay 85, CSU-Northridge 84. Green Bay (2-3) led by 18 points less than 9 minutes into the game, but the Matadors launched a fierce rally to take a one point lead early in the second half. In a game of runs, Green Bay responded with a 13-3 run over a 4 minute span, only to fall behind a few minutes after that. The final 8 minutes was nip and tuck all the way, with seven lead changes and several ties. The final points came on a Kam Hankerson three pointer with 57 seconds left, with Northridge (0-7) failing to score on its last two possessions. A 5'8" guard named Terrell Gomez had 30 points for the Matadors. Green Bay had 5 players in double figures, led by JayQuan McCloud with 20.

Northern Kentucky 86, Midway 56. A gimme for the Norse (5-2).

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
#10 Ohio State 71, Kent State 52. Kent State (5-1) rallied from 17 down to tie it in the second half, but that left the Flash gassed. OSU (6-0) responded with a 17-0 run and cruised home.

South Alabama 74, Northeastern 62. South Alabama (4-2) took went on a 20-10 run over the final 5 minutes to win at the Gulf Coast Showcase. Tyson Walker had 20 for Northeastern (3-3), but Jordon Roland, the nation's leading scorer, was held to 9.

Other Games of Interest
Virginia Tech 71, #3 Michigan State 66. Tech was picked to finish at or near the bottom of the ACC, but now sits at 6-0, 1-0 in conference, and with a big win today.

Yale 73, Western Michigan 51. After giving Oklahoma State a battle on Friday, Western (4-3) came up flat against the Eli today. Jason Whitens had 11 points and 10 rebounds in the defeat.

#4 Kansas 85, Chaminade 53.
#17 Tennessee 58, Chattanooga 46.
#20 VCU 78, Alabama State 62.

Dayton 80, Georgia 61. Both teams entered the game unbeaten.
South Florida 66, Loyola 55.
Cincinnati 81, Valparaiso 77 (OT). Cincy played its second straight overtime game against a mid-major, but after losing to Bowling Green over the weekend, pulled a win tonight.

Butler 63, Missouri 52.
Pittsburgh 63, Kansas State 59.
Grand Canyon 68, Illinois State 63.
Northwestern 78, Bradley 51.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Richmond 62, Wisconsin 52.
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Sunday, November 24

Horizon
Detroit 86, UC-Irvine 74. Irvine isn't living up to its fans' hopes, but they are a good mid-major and this win on a neutral floor is a good one for the Titans. Not having paid for the Flo TV feed, I don't know if this was just a question of three point shots falling, or the Titans playing better beyond that. But happy to have it.

George Washington 66, Milwaukee 63. Except for a few moments in the opening 3 minutes, Milwaukee (5-3) never led, and trailed by double digits for much of the second half. A late rally was just that--too late. GW is 3-4.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Eastern Michigan 58, North Carolina A&T 54. Eastern (6-0) continues to feast on early season cupcakes, but give them credit--they are feasting, with no upsets.

Ohio U. 75, Middle Tennessee State 63. Jordan Dartis had 32 points for Ohio ((4-3).

Clemson 62, TCU 60 (OT). Clemson erased a 15 point deficit with a 15-0 second half run, forcing 6 turnovers in that 7 minute stretch from a TCU team that had averaged just 8 turnovers per game. Tevin Mack had 22 points and 9 rebounds as Clemson (5-1) went on to win in overtime. It was the first loss for TCU, now 4-1.

#23 Colorado 56, Wyoming 41. Wyoming (3-4) reverts to its low-scoring self. The Cowboys dropped 76 on a tired Titan squad on Tuesday, but have averaged just 45 points per game the rest of the season.

Other Games
#2 Louisville 82, Akron 76. Akron (4-2) clipped a 22 point deficit to 4 in the final minute, but got no closer.
#7 Virginia 48, Arizona State 45. Virginia opponents are averaging just 43 points per game.
#9 Kentucky 81, Lamar 56.

#12 Texas Tech 96, Long Island 66. Jahmius Ramsey led Tech with 27. JJJ had 10 for LIU; Ballantyne did not play.
#14 Arizona 104, Long Beach State 67.
#15 Utah State 68, North Texas 59.

Florida 70, #18 Xavier 65. The Gators (5-2) knock Xavier (6-1) from the unbeaten ranks.
# 24 Baylor 87, #17 Villanova 78.
#25 Washington 88, San Diego 69.

St. John's 78, Massachusetts 63.
Tuland 65, Utah 61.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Bowling Green 91, Cincinnati 84 (OT). Dylan Fry has 28 points as Bowling Green (5-1) came back from 12 down at halftime to force an OT and eventually beat Cincinnati at a tournament in the Virgin Islands.
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Tuesday, November 26

Horizon
It was a terrible night for the Horizon, which entered the day ranked 21st in NET, and 24th in RPI.

La Salle 72, Wright State 70. Ed Crosby scored on a put-back with 1 second remaining to give La Salle (3-2) the win at the Gulf Coast Showcase. Worse for Wright, Loudon Love injured his right arm and sat out the second half--we'll have to see what the diagnosis is. The biggest lead in this game was 6 points. Billy Wampler and Jaylen Hall each had 15 for WSU (5-2).

Southern 83, IUPUI 77. Marcus Burk had 27, but it wasn't enough for IUPUI (2-5). Burk has averaged 26.5 points over his last 4 games.

Canisius 94,UIC 64. Godwin Boahen's terrible season continued with a 1-13 shooting night, and UIC's terrible season continued as the Flames (2-5) were routed in a tournament at Boca Raton. Canisius won its third straight after opening the season with a pair of losses.

Colgate 99,Green Bay 81. Colgate (4-3) never trailed, led by 22 at the half, and coasted home. Jordan Burns had 40 points for the Raiders. The Raiders made 19 of 35 three point attempts. Freshman Amari Davis led Green Bay (2-4) with 19.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Notre Dame 91, Farleigh Dickinson 66. Six Irish scored in double figures and John Mooney and Juwan Durham each had double-doubles as Notre Dame (6-1) romped past FDU (1-5).

#21 Colorado 71, Clemson 67. Colorado entered the game shooting just 60% from the foul line, but hit 24 of 25 to beat Clemson. The Buffaloes (5-0) overcame a 12 point second-half deficit, and with Clemson (5-2) trying to set up the winning score, stole the ball with 10 seconds left.

UC-Irvine 92, Louisiana 67. What does one make of the results in Vegas: Detroit over Irvine by 12, Irvine over Louisiana by 25, Louisiana over Detroit by 19. Irvine (4-4) shot 61% from the field and put six players in double figures today.

TCU 64, Wyoming 47. Desmond Bane had 22 points and 11 rebounds and TCU (5-1) never trailed Wyoming (3-5).

Drake 59, Northeastern 56. Drake (5-2) shot just 32%, but won the turnover war 19-9 and made 15 of 17 free throws. Jordan Roland led Northeastern (3-4) with 13, but that was 14 below his season average and dropped him from 1st to 3rd amongst the nation's scoring leaders.

Pacific 78, SIU-Edwardsville 50. Pacific (6-3) led by 32 at halftime. Something tells me our Titans will get at least 1 more win before conference play. SIU-E is 2-5.

Some Other Games
#3 Michigan State 93, Georgia 85. Freshman Anthony Edwards had 37 points for Georgia, but Cassius Winston answered with 28 for State. The Spartans rolled up a 21 point halftime lead. The Dogs (4-2) cut it to two in the second half, but couldn't catch the Spartans.

DePaul 88, Central Michigan 75. It was like two different games in Chicago. Central (5-2) dropped 50 points on DePaul in the first half and led by 18 at the break, but the second half was all Demons (7-0), who scored 56 after the break.

Seattle 59, Western Michigan 55.

Mid Major Win of the Day: Stephen F. Austin 85, #1 Duke 83. I'll let you go to the sports pages for the recap of this game. Close, exciting, and obviously a huge win for SFA (5-1).

#4 Kansas 71, BYU 56.
#18 Auburn 79, Richmond 65.

Three Matchups of undefeated but unranked teams today:
Butler 68, Stanford 67. Butler won in a hotly contested game Kansas City. After Stanford (7-1) scored 5 straight points to take a one point lead with 20 seconds to go, Kamar Baldwin hit a jumper with 8 seconds left to put the Bulldogs back on top, and Butler (7-0) stole the ball on Stanford's final possession.
West Virginia 60, Northern Iowa 55. West Virginia (5-0) held NIU (6-1) without a field goal for 7 minutes in the second half, overcoming a 15 point deficit to win.
Dayton 89, Virginia Tech 62. Tech's glow from beating Michigan State was short-lived, as Dayton (5-0) hammered the Gobblers (6-1) in Maui. Obi Toppen led Dayton with 24.

George Mason 85, Nebraska 66. Until the late scores came in, this looked like the Mid-Major Win of the Day. I have always thought that if I were in charge of my school's non-conference schedule, one year I'd try to set up a "Early American Statesmen's Schedule," with George Washington, James Madison, George Mason, Robert Morris, Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston State, and your blow-out, non-D1 game against Patrick Henry.

New Mexico 59, Wisconsin 50.
Wichita State 70, South Carolina 47. Wichita State is 6-0.
San Francisco 89, Hampton 73. San Francisco advances to 7-0. Hampton's Jermaine Morrow, the nation's #2 scorer, had 23.
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Wednesday, November 27:

Horizon:

Wright State 71, MIami (Oh) 66. With Loudon Love out, Grant Basile had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead WSU (6-2) to its second win over Miami (4-3) this year,

Youngstown State 93, Westminster 67. Youngstown State (4-3), led by Garrett Covington's 20 points, romped past outmanned Westminster. YSU's wins have all come against non-D1 teams or teams with a NET rating in the 300s.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
#8 Gonzaga 94, Southern Mississippi 69. Corey Kispert had 28 points and Joel Ayayi added 21 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists as Gonzaga (7-0), as usual, romped to victory.

Northeastern 79, Weber State 69. Northeastern (4-4) rolled up a 20 point lead in the first 10 minutes, and the game was never within 10 points after that. John Roland had 24 for Northeastern. Entering the day, Roland was 3rd and Antoine Davis 7th in the nation in scoring. Should be a good shootout in Calihan in December.

Other Games of Interest to Fans of Titan, Michigan, Midwestern, and Catholic Hoops, as determined by the Commissioner
Michigan 83, Iowa State 76. Michigan is 6-0 after winning in the Bahamas. This tournament is called the "Bad Boy Mowers Battle for Atlantis." Really.

#3 Michigan State 75, UCLA 62. Michigan State (4-2) slogs past UCLA (5-2). Cassius had 20.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Bradley 73, Kansas State 60.

#4 Kansas 90, Dayton 84 (OT). In a year in which top 5 ranked teams are falling with regularity, Kansas held on in OT. Devon Dotson and Udoka Azubuike combined for 60 points for the Jayhawks (6-1). Ryan Mikesell led Dayton (5-1) with 19. An excellent game--if this game is typical, both these teams should reach the Sweet 16 or further.

#6 North Carolina 76, Alabama 67.
#7 Virginia 46, Maine 26. No, this is not the halftime score. Virginia beat Maine 46-26 in a 1940s throwback game. The Black Bears (2-4) shot 18.6% from the floor. Virginia (7-0) is giving up an average of 40 points per game.
#11 Oregon 71, #13 Seton Hall 69. A 15-0 run to start the second half put The Hall up 19. But Oregon battled back to tie it with 1:08 to play on a pair of Petyon Pritchard free throws, and after getting the defensive stop, won it on a Shakur Juiston put back with 18 seconds to play.

West Virginia 75, Wichita State 63. Both teams came in unbeaten.
PIttsburgh 72, Northwestern 59.
Mississippi 74, Penn State 72. A late Penn State rally fell short, dropping the Lions (5-1) from the unbeaten ranks.
St. Louis 64, Boston College 54. The Billikens are off to a 6-1 start.
Delaware 75, Stony Brook 61. Delaware is the worst 7-0 team in the county, with a 238 NET rank.

Georgia State 81, Charlotte 78 (OT). Corey Allen scored the final 5 points in the overtime to lead Georgia State (4-3) to a victory. Corey is averaging 15.7 points per game, but really hasn't shot well--he's hitting just 33% of his three point attempts.

Furman 58, Texas Arlington 57. Furman got an NIT bid and, briefly, a Top 25 ranking last year. If you want to build on that, you can't lose to UTA (3-4). Today, the Paladins trailed for all but 20 seconds early in the first half, but won it when backup guard Mike Bothwell converted an old-fashioned three-point play with 4 seconds left. Clay Mounce had 14 points and 12 rebounds to keep the Paladins (7-1) close until those final seconds.

North Alabama 73, Mississippi Valley State 50. Southfield's Caleb Hunter, whom the Titans offered before his dad took the MVSU job, had a tough night, shooting 1-10. Pop Lindsay Hunter's coaching debut has been rough, with the Devils falling to 0-7. But this 23 point loss was the closest they've come this year. Baby steps ...
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Wednesday, November 27:

Horizon:

Wright State 71, MIami (Oh) 66. With Loudon Love out, Grant Basile had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead WSU (6-2) to its second win over Miami (4-3) this year,

Youngstown State 93, Westminster 67. Youngstown State (4-3), led by Garrett Covington's 20 points, romped past outmanned Westminster. YSU's wins have all come against non-D1 teams or teams with a NET rating in the 300s.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
#8 Gonzaga 94, Southern Mississippi 69. Corey Kispert had 28 points and Joel Ayayi added 21 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists as Gonzaga (7-0), as usual, romped to victory.

Northeastern 79, Weber State 69. Northeastern (4-4) rolled up a 20 point lead in the first 10 minutes, and the game was never within 10 points after that. John Roland had 24 for Northeastern. Entering the day, Roland was 3rd and Antoine Davis 7th in the nation in scoring. Should be a good shootout in Calihan in December.

Other Games of Interest to Fans of Titan, Michigan, Midwestern, and Catholic Hoops, as determined by the Commissioner
Michigan 83, Iowa State 76. Michigan is 6-0 after winning in the Bahamas. This tournament is called the "Bad Boy Mowers Battle for Atlantis." Really.

#3 Michigan State 75, UCLA 62. Michigan State (4-2) slogs past UCLA (5-2). Cassius had 20.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Bradley 73, Kansas State 60.

#4 Kansas 90, Dayton 84 (OT). In a year in which top 5 ranked teams are falling with regularity, Kansas held on in OT. Devon Dotson and Udoka Azubuike combined for 60 points for the Jayhawks (6-1). Ryan Mikesell led Dayton (5-1) with 19. An excellent game--if this game is typical, both these teams should reach the Sweet 16 or further.

#6 North Carolina 76, Alabama 67.
#7 Virginia 46, Maine 26. No, this is not the halftime score. Virginia beat Maine 46-26 in a 1940s throwback game. The Black Bears (2-4) shot 18.6% from the floor. Virginia (7-0) is giving up an average of 40 points per game.
#11 Oregon 71, #13 Seton Hall 69. A 15-0 run to start the second half put The Hall up 19. But Oregon battled back to tie it with 1:08 to play on a pair of Petyon Pritchard free throws, and after getting the defensive stop, won it on a Shakur Juiston put back with 18 seconds to play.

West Virginia 75, Wichita State 63. Both teams came in unbeaten.
PIttsburgh 72, Northwestern 59.
Mississippi 74, Penn State 72. A late Penn State rally fell short, dropping the Lions (5-1) from the unbeaten ranks.
St. Louis 64, Boston College 54. The Billikens are off to a 6-1 start.
Delaware 75, Stony Brook 61. Delaware is the worst 7-0 team in the county, with a 238 NET rank.

Georgia State 81, Charlotte 78 (OT). Corey Allen scored the final 5 points in the overtime to lead Georgia State (4-3) to a victory. Corey is averaging 15.7 points per game, but really hasn't shot well--he's hitting just 33% of his three point attempts.

Furman 58, Texas Arlington 57. Furman got an NIT bid and, briefly, a Top 25 ranking last year. If you want to build on that, you can't lose to UTA (3-4). Today, the Paladins trailed for all but 20 seconds early in the first half, but won it when backup guard Mike Bothwell converted an old-fashioned three-point play with 4 seconds left. Clay Mounce had 14 points and 12 rebounds to keep the Paladins (7-1) close until those final seconds.

North Alabama 73, Mississippi Valley State 50. Southfield's Caleb Hunter, whom the Titans offered before his dad took the MVSU job, had a tough night, shooting 1-10. Pop Lindsay Hunter's coaching debut has been rough, with the Devils falling to 0-7. But this 23 point loss was the closest they've come this year. Baby steps ...
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Titan Non-Conference Opponents:
#8 Gonzaga 73, #11 Oregon 72 (OT). Both teams acquitted themselves well. Oregon (6-1) came back less than 18 hours after a tough, last second win over Seton Hall, overcame an early 17 point deficit, and came up short only when Payton Pritchard's final shot in the OT was off the mark. Gonzaga, for its part, blew a 17 point lead, and shot just 29% in the second half, yet held on against a ranked opponent--despite being banged up and playing just 7 men in the overtime game. After winning its first 7 games by an average of 29 points, Gonzaga showed it could come through in a close game. Drew Timme hit the game-winning free throw in overtime; Felip Petrusev led the Zags effort with 22 points and 15 rebounds.

#16 Memphis 83, North Carolina State 78. NC State's five-game winning streak came to a screeching halt as Memphis (6-1) dropped 55 points on the Pack in the first half. Actually, the Pack (5-2) thrice came within three in the second half, but no closer.

Games of Interest
Michigan 73, #6 North Carolina 64. So the question is, why wasn't Michigan ranked before? After falling behind by 9 in the opening minutes, Michigan rallied to lead by 5 at the half, and then when on a 19-0 run early in the second half to lead by 24. The Tar Heels (5-1) rallied but never really threatened. Eli Brooks led Michigan (6-0) with 24 points.

Mid-Major Win of the Day Long Beach State 66, Providence 65. Providence (4-3) took the lead about 3 minutes into the game and stretched it to as much as 17 early in the second half. Long Beach kept battling. With 17 seconds left and the Friars up two, Providence's Alpha Diallo missed the front end of a one and one, and on the ensuing possession, with 3 tics left on the clock, Michael Carter was fouled while shooting a three. The Friars tried to freeze Carter by calling back-to-back timeouts, but Carter calmly sank all three free throws to give Long Beach (3-4) the win. Carter finished with 23 points, including 9-10 from the line.

#5 Maryland 76, Temple 69. A nice win for the Big 10. Anthony Cowan had 30 points for Maryland, which trailed by 5 at the half.
Iowa 72, #12 Texas Tech 61. Both teams are 5-1 after tonight.

#13 Seton Hall 81, Southern Mississippi 56.
#14 Arizona 93, Pepperdine 91. There were 22 lead changes and 12 ties at the Wooden Legacy in Anaheim before Arizona (7-0) got the win on a runner by a closely guarded Nico Mannion with 2 seconds left to play. Arizona was led by Josh Green with 24 points and Mannion with 16 points and 11 assists. All 91 of Pepperdine's points came from its starters, who played their hearts out. The Waves drop to 3-4.

Marquette 73, Davidson 63. Markus Howard scored 15 points in the final 4 minutes, and Marquette (4-1) outscored Davidson (2-4) 23-7 in the same time period for a come-from-behind win. Howard finished with 40 points.
San Diego State 83, Creighton 52. San Diego State is 7-0 after an impressive win tonight.

Harvard 62, Texas A&M 51. Harvard (4-2) has been hit hard by injuries this year, but is still a good team. Senior Justin Bassey led the way with 17 points. A&M is 3-2.

North Florida 95, Long Island 92. Jack Ballantyne missed his third consecutive game due to an ankle injury. Meanwhile, Long Island appears to be another school suffering from brand failure: ESPN lists them as "Brooklyn."
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Friday, November 30, 2019

Titan Non-Conference Opponents:

Michigan 82, #8 Gonzaga 64. Michigan (7-0) was unranked entering the week, but after stopping #6 UNC and #8 Gonzaga on a neutral floor, the 8-0 Wolverines should soar. Today's win over the Zags went much like yesterday's over the Tar Heels. Gonzaga (8-1) jumped out to a quick lead, the Wolverines came back to lead at the half, and then a little blitz early in the second half--this time a 14-1/21-4 run--put Michigan in command. Juwan Howard is gettin' 'er done. Jon Teske had 19 points and 15 rebounds. Gonzaga was led by Killian Tillie with 20.

Cal-Riverside 69, SIU- Edwardsville 51. Edwardsville drops to 2-6. Iziah James led the Cougars with 14 points.

Other Games
#1 Duke 83, Winthrop 71. Winthrop (4-4) kept it close, but Duke (7-1) wasn't about to lose two in a row to mid-major competition.
#2 Louisville 71, Western Kentucky 54. WKU (6-2) was hoping for an at-large credential, but it wasn't even close.
#5 Maryland 80, Harvard 73. The Crimson led for the first 30 minutes, but Maryland (7-0) finally caught them and, though it wasn't easy, ground them down in the final 10 minutes. Bryce Aiken had 30 for Harvard (5-3).

#6 North Carolina 78, #11 Oregon 74. For the third consecutive night, Oregon (6-2) fell behind a ranked opponent early in the game. One again they came back, but unlike Wednesday's win over Seton Hall, and like yesterday's loss to Gonzaga, the gap proved just a little too much. Cole Anthony (19 points) hit UNC's last field goal with just over a minute to play, and then went 4-4 from the line in the final 20 seconds to hold the Ducks at bay. Armando Bacot had 23 points and 12 rebounds for the Tar Heels (7-1). Payton Pritchard led the Ducks with 19.

#9 Kentucky 69, Alabama-Birmingham 58.
#10 Ohio State 90, Morgan State 57.
Creighton 83, #12 Texas Tech 76 (OT). Marcus Zegarowski had 32 for Creighton.
#13 Seton Hall 84, Iowa State 76.
#14 Arizona 92, Penn 82.
St. Mary's 81, #15 Utah State 73. Two of the best mid-majors in the country. Both are now 7-1.
#17 Tennessee , Florida State .
Purdue 59, #20 Virginia Commonwealth 56. The Rams (6-1) fall from the unbeaten ranks.
#24 Florida 73, Marshall 67.

Mid-Major Win of the Day: Charleston 63, Providence 55.

DePaul 73, Minnesota 68. DePaul (8-0) keeps on truckin'. Not a terribly impressive schedule, but a Big 10 team on the road never looks too bad. With each game you gotta give 'em a bit more respect.
Marquette 101, USC 79. Markus Howard scored 51 points in Marquette's rout of USC (6-2), giving him 91 points in 2 days. Marquette is 5-1.
Temple 65, Texas A&M 45.
San Diego State 83, Iowa 73. SD State is 8-0.
Oklahoma 78, Mississippi 37. 78-37? I wouldn't have predicted that.

Liberty 88, Kentucky Christian 42. Liberty (9-0) becomes the first team to 9 wins this year. Not a lot of meat on that schedule, though.
Delaware 75, Maryland-Eastern Shore 56. Delaware (8-0) has played an even easier schedule. But give 'em credit--they've won the games.
New Orleans 125, Eureka 60. Ronald Reagan's alma mater took a cruise down the Mississippi to get whipped by the Privateers.
Hawaii 85, San Francisco 75. USF (7-1) is no longer unbeaten.
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Saturday, November 30

Horizon
Yet another bad day for the Horizon:

Ohio U. 91, Detroit 81. Jordan Dart had 18 points less than 4 minutes into the game, and the Titans couldn't come back from a deep hole, though they came close. This was another game that can be explained away. Dart was sensational in the opening minutes, the kid Preston is the real deal, OU is a good team playing at home, etc. Give the Titans credit for battling back. Still, at some point you gotta come up with wins, not excuses. No altitude today, no lack of rest, no real reason for such a horrid start. Had a good time and finally met TitanMike in person.

Toledo 65, Oakland 63. Toledo led the entire second half, but never by double digits. A little 6-0 run brought the Grizzlies to within 2 with 46 seconds left, after which Toledo (5-2) missed a shot from the floor and later the front end of a one-and-one, either of which could have iced the win, but the Grizz (4-4) missed on three shots with a chance to win or tie. Marreon Jackson kept OU at Bay, scoring Toledo's final 8 points. Blake Lampman, a freshman walk-on, led OU with 18.

Central Michigan 88, Youngstown State 72. The Horizon is becoming the MAC's local whipping boy. Kevin McKay had 24 points and 11 rebounds for Central (6-2). Donnel Cathcart led YSU (4-4) with 18 points.

Arkansas 66, Northern Kentucky 60. Northern (5-3) led unbeaten Arkansas (7-0) until a 10-0 run at the end of the half gave the Pigs a 5 point lead at the break. Northern never regained the lead, but they did cut it to 1 point with just 24 seconds left. Arkansas, however, nailed free throws to win. Dantez Walton finished with 30 points for NKU. Not counting a game against NAIA member Midway, in which he played just 5 minutes, Walton has averaged over 26 points in his last 4 games.

Cleveland State 70, Robert Morris 59. If it weren't for Cleveland State (4-4), which has won three in a row, the Horizon's NET rank would be even lower than the 21 it is. Who'd have thought it? Al Eichelberger, once a top recruiting target of Ray McCallum, led CSU with 21 points.

Evansville 70, IUPUI 64. Evansville (5-3) overcame a 10 point halftime deficit to win in Indianapolis.

Green Bay 98, Montana State 72. Green Bay (3-4) shot a sizzling 61% to rout Montana State (5-2) in Bozeman. Freshman Amari Davis had 28 points on 13 of 18 shooting, plus 7 rebounds.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
UC-Irvine 77. Eastern Michigan 56. Irvine (5-4) stomped Eastern (6-1) behind 32 points from Colin Welp. EMU got 14 points and 11 rebounds from Boubacar Toure.

Kent State 77, Stetson 53. Detroiter Anthony Roberts led Kent (6-1) to an easy win with 18 points. The Golden Flash host the Titans on Tuesday.

Other Games of Interest
Mid-Major Win of the Day: UNC-Greensboro 65, Georgetown 61.

#17 Tennessee 72, #20 VCU 69. A Lamont Turner three at the buzzer gave the Vols (6-1) a win in Niceville, Florida. That's really the name of the town.
#21 Colorado 59, Sacramento State 45. You didn't really think Sacramento State (4-1) would go undefeated, did you?
#25 Xavier 87, Lipscomb 62

Richmond 64, Boston College 44. Another good win for Richmond (6-1), which has also beaten Wisconsin and Vanderbilt and lost only to Auburn; BC (4-4) has lost 4 of 5.
Navy 76, Brown 56. I have occasionally worn Brown and Navy in combo, but the wife doesn't like it.
Texas 73, McNeese State 71. Texas (6-1) needed a pair of free throws with 8 seconds left to avoid the upset of the day.
Cincinnati 72, UNLV 65 (OT).
Florida State 63, Purdue 60 (OT).
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Sunday, December 1. Start of Advent.

Horizon League
Florida Atlantic 71, UIC 70. A tough loss for UIC. The Flames came back from 10 down in the second half to lead by 3. FAU tied it with a minute left, and that was the final scoring until the final second. FAU missed a jumper to win with three seconds left, but the Owls' Karlis Silins got the offensive rebound, was fouled, and made the second of two foul shots for the win.

Otha Games
Mid-Major Win of the Day: Fairfield 67, Texas A&M 62.

#5 Maryland 84, Marquette 63. The Terps (8-0) put the clamps on Markus Howard. After scoring 91 points in his last two games, he was held to 6 today. Anthony Cowan led the Terps with 22.

#14 Arizona 73, Wake Forest 66.
#22 Villanova 83, La Salle 72.

Georgia Tech 68, Bethune Cookman 67. Tech (3-2) escaped a home court upset when Michael Devoe made an old-fashioned three point play with 7 seconds remaining. Bethune-Cookman's Cletrell Pope had 22 points and 19 rebounds, taking over as the nation's per game leader in the ladder category.

West Virginia 86, Rhode Island 81. The Mountaineers stay perfect at 7-0.
Temple 66, Davidson 53.
USC 77, Harvard 62.
St. Louis 69, Southern Illinois 60.
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Monday, December 2

Horizon
UIC 89, San Diego 83. Jamie Ahale had 23 and Tarkus Ferguson 22 for UIC (3-6).

Titan Non-Conference Opponents
Minnesota 78, Clemson 60. Marcus Carr and Daniel Oturo combined for 45 points for the Gophers (4-4). Clemson drops to 5-3.

Other Games
Mid-Major Win of the Day: Bryant 60, Navy 45.

#22 Washington 75, South Dakota 55. 16 points and 15 rebounds for Washington's Isaiah Stewart.

Delaware 84, Columbia 76. 9-0 for the Blue Hens, the best start in their 106 year history. Justyn Mutts (now there's a name) had 24 points and 15 rebounds in the win.
South Florida 65, Furman 55. Bad loss for Furman's ambitions.
Titan All Americans Calihan Swanson Sparrow Ebben DeBusschere Murray Haywood Long Tyler Duerod Phillips Green McCallum
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