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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Tue Jan 30, 2018 12:26 pm

Scores from January 29, 2018. Light schedule tonight.

HL:
UIC 77 Milwaukee 56. After a really rough start to the season, the Flames are 7-3 in the HL. Milwaukee's three game winning streak comes to an end.

Titan Opponents:
East Tennessee State 73 The Citadel 71. ETSU is 10-0 in conference.
#24 Michigan 58 Northwestern 47. The Wildcats are having a very disappointing season. Michigan is 18-6, 7-4 in conference.

Top Twenty Five and Other Games of Interest:
#4 Duke 88 Notre Dame 66
#7 Kansas 70 Kansas State 56. KU in its normal spot at the top of the Big 12.

Nebraska 74 Wisconsin 63. The Huskers trailed by 11 before winning by 11. Nebraska isn't a very good team, but in this year's Big Ten they are 8-4 in conference and on a three game winning streak.
Wofford 77 Western Carolina 68
Iona 103 Fairfield 100 in overtime. Game of the day.
Rider 92 Monmouth 85
Hampton 80 Bethune-Cookman 69
Lehigh 71 Holy Cross 67
Texas Southern 97 Alabama State 82. TSU is 6-3 in conference and probably would be better had they not lost last year's leading scorer to the grad transfer rule.
Grambling 92 Mississippi Valley State 89. Charlie Joiner's school over Jerry Rice's school.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby udballer » Tue Jan 30, 2018 2:31 pm

Motor City Sam wrote:Wofford 77 Western Carolina 68


Jarvis Hayes ain't walkin' through that door.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Thu Feb 01, 2018 2:10 pm

udballer wrote:
Motor City Sam wrote:Wofford 77 Western Carolina 68


Jarvis Hayes ain't walkin' through that door.


Nice.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Thu Feb 01, 2018 2:11 pm

Scores from January 31, 2018. Nice night of hoop action to end the month.

HL: No HL teams in action.

Titan Opponents:
St. Louis 70 St. Joseph's 69. SLU is 12-11.
Stephen F. Austin 102 Houston Baptist 82. HBU falls to 5-18, 1-9.
Virginia Tech 85 Boston College 80. The Hokies are 16-6, 5-4.


Top Twenty Five and Other Games of Interest:
#Virginia 74 Louisville 64
# 3 Purdue 75 Maryland 67. Purdue's winning streak is 18 games.

#6 Michigan State 76 Penn State 68. The Spartans trailed by 12 in the second half before exploding. Notable stat: Miles Bridges shot 69% from the free throw line last season. This year, he's hitting an incredible 91% from the line. Kudos to that young man. Other notable stat: He's not leading the team in free throw percentage because Cassius Winston is hitting 93% from the line, up from last year's 78%.

#8 Cincinnati 80 Houston 70
# Arizona 78 Washington State 72
#10 Texas Tech 73 Texas 71. Great game with a buzzer beater to win it for Keenan Evans.
Iowa State 93 #15 West Virginia 77. WVU's defense lets them down.
#18 Tennessee 84 LSU 61. Rick Barnes doing a nice job at UT.
Memphis 86 USF 74. Memphis is 14-8.
Miami 69 Pittsburgh 57. Pitt is 0-10 in the ACC. Jerome Lane ain't walking through that door, dragging a shattered backboard. (Did I already use Jerome Lane?)
Seton Hall 73 Providence 57.
Duquesne 75 George Washington 73. Eric Williams with 11 points and a key free throw make late.
Wake Forest 76 Florida State 72. FSU missed a chance to get a conference road win.
Georgia Tech 55 Syracuse 51
Valpo 69 Indiana State 63
Bradley 69 Loyola Chicago 67
Evansville 57 Northern Iowa 49
Missouri 69 Alabama 60
Mississippi State 81 South Carolina 76
Butler 92 Marquette 72. Very impressive win for the Bulldogs and Coach Jordan.
UNLV 76 San Jose State 67.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Fri Feb 02, 2018 3:20 pm

Scores from February 1, 2018. Including a surprising HL result.

HL:
Cleveland State 77 Wright State 74. The Vikings defend home court with a close win over the first place team. Detroit's Kenny Carpenter had 14 points.
Northern Kentucky 95 Youngstown State 85. The Penguins played a good first half and led by three at the break. Ypsilanti Lincoln's Devin Haygood had 11 for YSU.

Titan Opponents:
ETSU 96 Samford 76
Fort Wayne 85 Oral Roberts
Murray State 87 Southeast Missouri State 75

Other Games of Interest:
#1 Nova 98 Creighton 78. Nova looks GOOD.
Temple 81 #16 Wichita State 79. The Shockers have lost 3 of their last 5. This ain't the Missouri Valley Conference.
Washington 68 #25 Arizona State 64. ASU just gave Coach Hurley an extension to 2026. But the Sun Devils are 4-6 in a bad PAC 12 this year.
Tulsa 76 SMU 67
Northwestern 60 Wisconsin 52
Georgia State 77 Arkansas State 66. Eight wins in a row for GSU.
Oregon 66 Cal 53
Stanford 80 Oregon State 71

Bonus Score: The Pistons beat Memphis 104-102 as Blake Griffin got 24 and 10 in his Pistons debut.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Commissioner » Fri Feb 02, 2018 4:31 pm

Motor City Sam wrote:Scores from February 1, 2018. Including a surprising HL result.

HL:
Cleveland State 77 Wright State 74. The Vikings defend home court with a close win over the first place team. Detroit's Kenny Carpenter had 14 points.

Thank goodness. A Wright State win would have snuffed out our chances of winning the regular season conference title.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:43 pm

Commissioner wrote:
Motor City Sam wrote:Scores from February 1, 2018. Including a surprising HL result.

HL:
Cleveland State 77 Wright State 74. The Vikings defend home court with a close win over the first place team. Detroit's Kenny Carpenter had 14 points.

Thank goodness. A Wright State win would have snuffed out our chances of winning the regular season conference title.


So, you're saying there's a chance...
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Sat Feb 03, 2018 1:45 pm

Scores from February 2, 2018. In the HL, there was good news for the Titans, and UIC tries to prove they are legit.

HL:
Detroit 74 IUPUI 60. The Titans jumped ahead early and kept the lead. Yeah, the Jags aren't a good team, but the Titans broke a losing streak and got a home victory with a depleted roster. We'll take it.
Milwaukee 76 Green Bay 58. The Panthers get to .500 overall and nab their sixth conference win. Signs of hope from their first year coach.
UIC 79 Oakland 73. Wouldn't have thought that UIC could beat OU at OU with Dikembe Dixson scoring zero points. Kendrick Nunn shot 3-22 from the floor for the Grizzlies.



Titan Opponents:
Buffalo 92 Western Michigan 86. Broncos are 13-10.

Other Games of Interest:
#22 Rhode Island 81 VCU 68. Pershing's Justin Tillman had 22 and 6 for VCU.
Pennsylvania 90 Brown 85. Penn is 4-0 in the Ivy.
Columbia 83 Harvard 76. Bad loss for Tommy Amaker and Harvard.
Princeton 76 Yale 73
Colorado 67 Utah 55. The PAC 12 is pretty yucky this year.
Iona 87 Quinnipiac 82 in double overtime. Game of the night.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Sun Feb 04, 2018 2:40 pm

Scores from February 3, 2018. Upsets, overtime, last second shots, big time performances. I love Saturdays during college basketball season.

HL:
Northern Kentucky 78 Cleveland State 61. NKU keeps a share of first place in the HL.
Wright State 83 Youngstown State 57. WSU keeps a share of first place in the HL.

Titan Opponents:
#24 Michigan 76 Minnesota 73 in overtime. Michigan shot 42%...from the free throw line.
East Tennessee State 81 Chattanooga 61. ETSU is 21-4
Fort Wayne 91 Denver 63. FW is 16-10
Toledo 77 Akron 56. The Rockets are 16-7
Miami 84 Virginia Tech 75. The Hokies are 16-7
UCLA 82 USC 79. The Bruins are 16-7.
Murray State 66 Tennessee Martin 53. MSU is 18-5.
St. Louis 73 Fordham 50. SLU is 13-10.
Seattle 55 Utah Valley 54. Seattle is 16-8

Top 25:
#2 Virginia 59 Syracuse 44
#3 Purdue 78 Rutgers 76. 19 in a row for Purdue.
St. John's 81 #4 Duke 77. St. John's was on an 11 game losing streak!
#5 Michigan State 63 Indiana 60
#6 Xavier 96 Georgetown 91. The Hoyas gave it a good try.
Oklahoma State 84 #7 Kansas 79. The Jayhawks are not invincible this year, even at home.
#8 Cincinnati 65 UConn 57
Washington 78 #9 Arizona 75
#10 Texas Tech 83 TCU 71. Excellent win for the Red Raiders on the road.
#11 Auburn 93 Vanderbilt 81
Texas 79 #12 Oklahoma 74. Big win for Shaka Smart as Texas is still playing without their leading scorer.
#13 St. Mary's 65 San Diego 62
#14 Gonzaga 68 BYU 60
#15 WVU 89 Kansas State 51
#18 Tennessee 94 Ole Miss 61
#19 North Carolina 96 Pittsburgh 65. Pitt 0-11 in the ACC.
#20 Clemson 75 Wake Forest 67
Missouri 69 #21 Kentucky 60
Alabama 68 #23 Florida 50


Other Games of Interest:
Butler 80 DePaul 57
ECU 88 Memphis 85 in overtime. (D@mn it!)
NC State 76 Notre Dame 58. Notre Dame, Northwestern, and Minnesota were probably the most overrated teams in the preseason.
Eastern Michigan 58 Ball State 41
Loyola Chicago 97 Missouri State. The Ramblers are an impressive 19-5, 9-3
UMass 86 Dayton 82. Darrell Davis of Pershing scored 15 for U of D. (I love the way that sentence looks, even though it doesn't mean what I wish it meant.)
Providence 77 Marquette 75. The Friars are 15-8, 6-4. Marquette is 13-10, 4-7.
LSU 94 Arkansas 86
Central Michigan 101 Ohio 98. Double overtime.
Bowling Green 70 Kent State 62. Two Detroit guys were the high scorers as Detroit Renaissance alum Justin Turner had twenty for Bowling Green and Romulus' Jaylin Walker scored twenty for Kent State.
Florida State 80 Louisville 76
Stanford 96 Oregon 61
Penn State 82 Iowa 58
Georgia State 81 Arkansas State 51
California 74 Oregon State 70
Southern Illinois 65 Valpo 59
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Motor City Sam » Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:44 pm

Scores from February 4, 2018. Relatively light schedule on Super Bowl Sunday.

HL:
UIC 78 Detroit 69. Josh had a career high 30 points, but the Titans couldn't come up with enough offense or defense to win this game. Detroit shot an abysmal 4-27 from three.
Oakland 82 IUPUI 74. OU righted their ship, at least for today, and stayed above .500 in HL play.

Top 25:
#1 Villanova 92 Seton Hall 76. Nova stays in control of the Big East.
#17 Ohio State 75 Illinois 67
#25 Arizona State 88 Washington State 78

Other Games of Interest:
Boston College 80 Georgia Tech 72
Maryland 68 Wisconsin 63. Long season for the Badgers just gets longer.
Tulsa 63 South Florida 64
Temple 83 Tulane 76
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Commissioner » Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:48 am

Thursday, February 8:

Horizon:
Everybody was active except for the Titans and OU, who are gearing up for Friday's game in the McRena.

Wright State 68, Green Bay 64
Northern Kentucky 54, Milwaukee 52
. The Horizon's leaders both struggled, but both held on at home. They'll swap opponents on Saturday, and if both win again, they'll be set up for a first place showdown in Dayton next Friday.

UIC 100, Youngstown State 75. UIC won it's 7th straight and 10th game in 11 tries, to stay lurking just 1 game behind WSU and NKU. The Flames will host WSU and NKU on the last weekend of the season.

IUPUI 78, Cleveland State 73. Aaron Brennan and TJ Henderson combined for 36 points on 12 of 16 shooting from the floor and 11 of 12 from the foul line, and IUPUI moved into 6th place in the conference.

Titan Non-Conference Opponents:
UCLA 82, #13 Arizona 74. Nice road win for UCLA (17-7).
Murray State 84, Austin Peay 63. Murray is 19-5, and moves into a tie with Belmont for 1st place in the OVC.
South Dakota 86, Fort Wayne 69. Second place SD (21-6) over third place Ft. Wayne (16-11) in the Summit.
UMKC 74, Seattle 67. Seattle (16-9) had won 5 of 6 entering the game.

Other Games:
#21 North Carolina 82, #9 Duke 78. The marquee game of the night. I was at Duke earlier in the day.
#11 St. Mary's 83, Loyola Marymount 62.
#12 Gonzaga 71, Pacific 61. Pretty impressive that the WCAC has 2 of the top 12 ranked teams.
#16 Clemson 72, Pitt 48.

Vermont 72, Albany 67. Vermont is 20-5 and undefeated in the America East.
Niagara 95, Quinnipiac 76. Niagara (16-10) is having a good year.
Canisius 89, Siena 65. So is Canisius (16-9).
Georgia State 106, Louisiana 92. Ten in a row for Assistant Coach Ray's team.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby TitanTarHeel » Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:20 am

Commissioner wrote:Thursday, February 8:
#21 North Carolina 82, #9 Duke 78. The marquee game of the night. I was at Duke earlier in the day.


I knew I liked Commish, thanks for jinxing the Blue Devils last night and feel free to do it anytime. It was another great Carolina-Duke match up, and the Heels got the somewhat unexpected W. College hoops sure can be fun
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Commissioner » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:05 am

Friday, February 9.

Oakland 87, Detroit 78. Titans ran out of gas.

Titan Non-conference Opponents
Toledo 73, Miami 67. The Rockets are now 18-7 and have won 10 of 11.

Other Games:
#18 Rhode Island 72, Davidson 59. 15 straight wins for Rhody (20-3).

Penn 64, Dartmouth 61. Penn is a perfect 7-0 in the Ivy League, 17-6 overall.
Harvard 66, Princeton 51. Harvard (11-11) stays on Penn's tail at 6-1 in Ivy League play.
Indiana 80, Minnesota 56. Hard to believe that the Gophers (14-13, 3-11 in B10) were ranked 12th in the nation back in November.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby R.B.J1 » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:45 am

[quote="Commissioner"]Friday, February 9.


Titan Non-conference Opponents
Toledo 73, Miami 67. The Rockets are now 18-7 and have won 10 of 11. Ira Newble (Southfield) is not walking through that door.


Indiana 80, Minnesota 56. Hard to believe that the Gophers (14-13, 3-11 in B10) were ranked 12th in the nation back in November. Willie Burton (Deporres) is not walking through that door.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby TerryTylerFan » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:26 am

Commissioner wrote:Friday, February 9.

Oakland 87, Detroit 78. Titans ran out of gas.

Titan All Americans Calihan Swanson Sparrow Ebben DeBusschere Murray Haywood Long Tyler Duerod Phillips Green McCallum are not walking through that door. (With apologies to The Commissioner for the blatant plagiarism!)
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Commissioner » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:16 am

Saturday, February 10:

Horizon:

Youngstown State 84, IUPUI 80. Cameron Morse, who's had a very disappointing senior year, had a season high 28 in the road win. His previous high this year was 26. Last year, Morse had 8 games with more than 28 points, and another 4 with 27.

Milwaukee 74, Wright State 73. Milwaukee led by 17 with just over 5 minutes to play, then held off a furious Raider rally. Grant Benzinger missed a jumper at the buzzer that would have given WSU the win.
Northern Kentucky 86, Green Bay 80. Northern Kentucky takes a 1 game lead over WSU. The two will square off in Dayton on Friday for 1st place.

Cleveland State 86, UIC 78. A big road upset for CSU. The loss drops UIC 2 games behind NKU for first. And CSU's win drops the Titans into sole possession of last place in the conference. Freshman Tyree Appleby had 25 points and 9 rebounds for the Vikings.

Non-Conference Opponents:
Western Michigan 69, Ohio 60. WMU is 15-10.
Virginia Tech 61, #2 Virginia 60 (OT). Tech (18-7) scored the last 5 points in the OT to nip Virginia (23-2). The loss snapped the Cavaliers' 15 game winning streak and a chance to move to #1 in the polls.
Arizona State 88, UCLA 79. Big blow to UCLA's PAC 12 title hopes. They trail Arizona by 2 games.
St Louis 70, La Salle 62. St. Louis is 14-12.
East Tennessee State 70, VMI 56. ETSU (22-4 overall) stays unbeaten (13-0) in the Southern. With Virginia and St. Mary's losing, the Bucs have the nation's longest winning streak.
Murray State 75, SIU-Edwardsville 66. The Racers (20-5) sit atop the OVC.
Omaha 90, Fort Wayne 85.
Seattle 91, Chicago State 81. Seattle (17-9) has been quite a bit better than I thought they would be, though losing by 30 is still inexcusable. Chicago State is looking for a new president, if anyone is interested.
Nichols State 94, Houston Baptist 67. Whaddya think? Could the Titans beat Nichols State?
UM-Dearborn 67, Madonna 63. Checking in on our NAIA opponents, we find UM-D at 18-11.
Rochester 59, Siena Heights 54. Siena Heights is 12-14, but the Saints gained a spot in the Titan record books this year.

Other Games:
#4 Michigan State 68, #3 Purdue 65. State (24-3) trailed most of the day, but Miles Bridges delivered a game winning three in the final seconds. Purdue (23-4) loses its second straight after 19 consecutive wins.
Akron 69, Central Michigan 63.
Bowling Green 70, Eastern Michigan 63 (OT). EMU (14-11) blew a big early lead.

#1 Villanova 86, Butler 75.
#5 Xavier 72, Creighton 71. Quentin Goodwin made two free throws with 1 second left as Xavier (23-3) won on the road.

#7 Texas Tech 66, Kansas State 47. I suggested 2 years ago that if Ray were canned, we should try to land Chris Beard, then at Arkansas-Little Rock. "No, no," came the near unanimous reply. "He's not committed to Detroit." "He moves around too much." "We'd only have him for a couple years." Moot point--we almost certainly wouldn't have landed him anyway. But in two years he's moved Texas Tech to a 20-4 record and their highest ranking ever. I fully expect Bacari back next year. But if he can't turn things around, I do hope next time we go into the market we look for a young but proven winner--someone like Chris Beard, who has won everywhere he's gone. He won as head coach at Fort Scott CC, at Seminole JC, in the ABA, at McMurray University, at Angelo State, and at Arkansas-Little Rock. He's still just 44 years old. Would a guy like that move on after just a couple years? Who cares?

#8 Auburn 78, Georgia 61. Tigers (22-3 and 3 games up on Kentucky in the SEC) are arguably the biggest surprise of the year in NCAA hoops.
Baylor 80, #10 Kansas 64.
#12 Gonzaga 78, #11 St. Mary's 65. Every time I watch Gonzaga, I remember us beating them in 1999 and think, "why not us?"
#13 Arizona 81, USC 67.
#14 Ohio State 82, Iowa 64. Who is atop the Big 10? Why, 22-5 Ohio State, of course.
Alabama 78, #15 Tennessee 50. Quite the dismantling by the Tide.
Iowa State 88, #17 Oklahoma 80. Freshman Cameron Lard had 19 points and 17 rebounds for the Cyclones (13-11). Sooners have lost 6 straight road games.
Oklahoma State 88, #19 West Virginia 85.
#21 North Carolina 96, NC State 89.
#22 Wichita State 95, UConn 74.
#23 Nevada 83, San Diego State 58.
Texas A&M 85, #24 Kentucky 74.
Boston College 72, #25 Miami 70. Jim Christensen has BC (15-10) headed for its first winning season since 2011.

Notre Dame 84, Florida State 69.
Loyola 75, Indiana State 71. In their fifth year since abandoning the Horizon, Loyola (21-5) is driving towards an MVC title. They lead the conference by 2.5 games with 4 to play.
George Mason 72, George Washington 65. Anti-Federalists beat the Federalists.
Harvard 76, Penn 67. Harvard (12-11) fights their way into a first place tie with Penn (17-7)in the Ivy.
St. John's 86, Marquette 78.
Navy 68, Army 59.
New Mexico State 74, Grand Canyon 70. The win over 2nd place GCU pretty well wraps up the WAC regular season title for NMSU (22-3).
Louisiana Monroe 89, Georgia State 82 (OT). That snaps Georgia State's 10 game winning streak. The Panthers had rallied from 16 down in the second half to force the OT.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Resurget Cineribus » Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:38 pm

2 Gonzaga 78, #11 St. Mary's 65. Every time I watch Gonzaga, I remember us beating them in 1999 and think, "why not us?"

Same here, Commish! Love your updates. Much appreciated by all of us. Thanks to thoughtful and hard working posters
like you, we have a top 10 college basketball board!
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Resurget Cineribus » Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:38 pm

2 Gonzaga 78, #11 St. Mary's 65. Every time I watch Gonzaga, I remember us beating them in 1999 and think, "why not us?"

Same here, Commish! Love your updates. Much appreciated by all of us. Thanks to thoughtful and hard working posters
like you, we have a top 10 college basketball board!
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Commissioner » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:04 pm

Sunday, February 11:

Non-Conference Opponents:
#20 Michigan 83, Wisconsin 72. The Wolverines (20-7) led by 22 at the break and held off a late rally.

Other Games:
#6 Cincinnati 76, SMU 51. The Bearkats (23-2) led 62-27 before taking their paws off the gas.
#9 Duke 80, Georgia Tech 69.

Valparaiso 74, Illinois State 58. Despite the win, Valpo remains in the MVC cellar.
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Re: Altes Beer Scoreboard

Postby Commissioner » Tue Feb 13, 2018 12:22 am

Monday, February 12. Quiet Night:

Non-Conference Opponents:
UNC-Greensboro 74, East Tennessee State 56. The nation's longest winning streak is snapped for the third time in 3 days -- first Virginia, then St. Mary's, now ETSU. Greensboro 20-6 closes to within a game of ETSU (22-5) by handing the latter its first Southern Conference loss.

Other Games:
#14 North Carolina 83, Notre Dame 66.
#20 West Virginia 82, TCU 66.

Baylor 74, Texas 73 (2OT). Texas (15-11) is one of the 15 youngest teams in D-I.
Canisius 81, Fairfield 63. Two old Titan rivals from Dick Vitale days. Canisius (18-9) has won 18 or more in 5 of the last 6 seasons.
Siena 82, Iona 78 (OT). Iona's string of 8 consecutive twenty win seasons is in danger. The Gaels are 16-10.
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