Posted in NCAA Division I, tagged Big Ten Conference, Delaware, Hartford Hawks, Kentucky, Memphis, New Hampshire Wildcats, South Carolina, Tennessee, Tulane, Virginia on January 6, 2012 |
for most of the ranked teams: Stanford, Tennessee, Kentucky, Miami, Delaware, Purdue and Gonzaga.
It took UNC double OT to escape Virginia, while Vanderbilt couldn’t escape South Carolina — is it time to take a better look at the Gamecocks (and scrutinize Vandy’s OOC schedule)?
I’m not going to talk about the VaTech/BC game. (Sigh. Remember when they were programs to be reckoned with?)
Not talking about the Stony Brook/Binghamton game either.
So, yes, let’s learn New Hampshires’s mascot: the Wildcats took down the Hartford Hawks, 64-45.
With their win over Drexel, Hofstra moves to 2-0 in the CAA.
The Gophers move to 2-0 in the Big Ten with their win over Northwestern.
Wonder if there will be an end of the season rematch: Memphis (11-3) by two over Tulane (11-3).
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