Saturday, December 1, 2007

Coast to Tyus Edney against Mizzou

First off, I must send out a big thank you to all of the extra contributors this week while we were down at the sales meetings. We couldn't have survived without you. In the meantime, we are in the city of C-H-I for the weekend doing some scouting. We've got a big weekend of sports on tap. Lots of BCS implications, the first big Saturday of college hoops with highlight games UNC/Kentucky, Gonzaga/UConn, Ohio State/Butler, and Indiana/Southern Illinois. Sunday the Clowns go to the desert to see if they can keep rolling against the Cardinals.

Washington State 67 Baylor 64 - In the Pac 10/Big 12 Hardwood Series, Wazzu came back from a 12 point deficit on the road to knock off an improved Baylor team. Derrick Low struggled all night long, but came strong in the end, burying back to back three pointers to tie the game, then give the Cougars the lead with under three minutes left. Robbie Cowgill led WSU with 18. Baylor will surprise people in the Big 12 this year with talented PG Aaron Bruce and rebound machine Kevin Rogers.

Tennessee 98 Louisiana-Lafayette 70 - The Vols got back on track with this blowout win against the Ragin Cajuns. Tyler Smith had 22, Jordan Howell 17, and Jajuan Smth 15 in a game that was never close. In the saga of the Vols ever turning rotation, Howell started, Ramar Smith came off the bench (with 14), and Wayne Chism was replaced by Duke Crews in the middle. All American Chris Lofton continued his strange start, scoring just seven points on five shots.

Marquette 100 UW-Milwaukee 65 - The Golden Eagles blew away the once mighty mid-major. Dominic James had a sick floor game, going 10-15 for 22 points in 29 minutes. Jerel McNeal and David Cubllian added 16 and 12 respectively.

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