…and 27.5% shooting won. However you slice it, I’m glad I didn’t purchase a ticket for the #11 Tennessee v. # 17 Rutgers game. To add insult to injury, the Knight’s will have to wait for the doctor’s report on Betnijah Laney’s thumb to see what’s up.
Freshman Kaylee Page leaves Nebraska.
Dishin & Swishin 12/11/14 Podcast: Looking at the first part of the college basketball season with Debbie Antonelli & Brenda VanLengen
Separated by a little more than 100 miles, after all, the two schools form the points connecting the hypotenuse of a right triangle that has the population center of Milwaukee as its 90 degree angle. One of those points has Big Ten money. The other has the smallest athletic budget in the Horizon League.
How often did his program and the University of Wisconsin go head-to-head on recruits?
“I don’t know that we’re really in that arena for the most part,” Borseth eventually allowed. “We lose a lot of kids to bigger schools, not just Wisconsin but other schools equally, as well.”
And yet the Phoenix rarely lose to those teams on the court. Especially against the Badgers.
Upcoming game of interest:
Nice matinee matchup of undefeateds: #16 Oregon State v. #6 UNC.
Speaking of undefeated: Northwestern Zipped Past Gonzaga, 62-43
The Wildcats, at 8-0, are off to their best start since the 1995-96 season when the squad opened with nine victories.
From Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw: “Stand for something you believe in.”
They pulled out masking tape and a black permanent marker and began to write names on the strips they pulled from the roll.
The players on the Cal women’s basketball team woke up Saturday morning in Long Beach to the news that back in Berkeley, three cardboard cutouts of African-Americans in nooses had been hanged in effigy on the Cal campus.
While campus officials worked to determine both who was behind the act and their intent, the players gathered after their shootaround. The team’s plan was to wear black shirts with the phrase “I Can’t Breathe” Sunday at home before a game against Louisville. But the Bears felt compelled to act immediately.
Forwarded by Sue, a FOB: Goshen basketball player Olivia Love copes with tragedy with help from family
Kimberly Love and her two youngest children — Kristian and Kiana — died in a 2007 fire, leaving Kimberly’s mother Rita Mickles to raise grandchildren, including Goshen basketball player Olivia Love.