Saturday, November 10, 2012

Morehead State Opens Season with Win Over LIU Brooklyn

Morehead State 77
LIU Brooklyn 74

Final from Barclays Center Classic in Brooklyn, New York

Game recap by MSU:

BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Seniors Milton Chavis and Kahlil Owens combined for 36 points and 16 rebounds to help the Morehead State men’s basketball team register a 77-74 victory over LIU Brooklyn on Friday night at the Barclays Center.

Chavis posted a career-high 24 points on 9-of-16 from the floor. He also recorded four rebounds and three steals. Owens contributed 12 points on 6-of-9 from the field and pulled down 12 boards for his first double-double in 31 career contests at MSU.

The game marked the season opener for both squads and the first at Morehead State for Head Coach Sean Woods. It was part of a doubleheader at the Barclays Center, which was built for $1 billion and serves as the new home of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets.

“I’m proud of our young men,” Woods said. “We let the lead slip away late, but we hung on for a big win against a quality opponent. LIU Brooklyn is the two-time defending Northeast Conference champion, and beating them in Brooklyn is big for our program.”

Morehead State grabbed its largest lead of the tilt at 73-62 with 3:55 to play, but a 12-2 run by LIU Brooklyn made it 75-74 with six seconds remaining. Junior Bakari Turner then knocked down two free throws, and LIUB’s 25-footer at the buzzer rimmed out.

Chavis and Owens led four players in double figures for the Eagles, who recorded a 31-9 advantage off the bench. Senior Devon Atkinson added 13 points and four assists, while junior Maurice Lewis-Briggs chipped in with 12 points and six boards in just 19 minutes.

“Our style of play really suits Milton,” Woods said. “He was able to run the floor tonight and use his athleticism. His 24 points were really big for us. We needed every one of them. I think Eagle fans are going to see lots of positive contributions from Milton this year.”

Complete Recap


EKU Opens Season with Easy Win Over Cincinnati Christian

Eastern Kentucky 89
Cincinnati Christian 56

Final from Richmond, Kentucky

Game recap by EKU:
RICHMOND, Ky. Eastern Kentucky’s men’s basketball team scored 16 unanswered points in the first six minutes of the game and cruised to an 89-56 win over Cincinnati Christian University in the Colonels’ season opener and the first game of the Comfort Suites Invitational.

Back-to-back three-pointers by newcomer Corey Walden and junior forward Jeff Johnson capped Eastern’s fast start. A 10-1 run later in the first half gave the Colonels their first 20-plus point lead. Eric Stutz scored the final four on a tip-in and a lay-up for a 30-9 advantage.

A three-pointer by sophomore Timmy Knipp, EKU's seventh of the first half, with 38 seconds on the clock gave the Colonels their largest first half lead at 27 points, 49-22. Eastern shot 65 percent from the field in the first 20 minutes of action and hit on 7-of-15 from long range.

Eastern Kentucky led by 20 or more points from the 2:46 mark of the first half.

Three straight three-pointers – one by Tarius Johnson and two by Glenn Cosey – capped an 11-1 run that pushed EKU out in front by 36 points, 66-30, with 14:21 left to play. That would be the Colonels’ largest lead, matched a minute later. Cincinnati Christian never got closer than 30 the rest of the way.

All 13 Colonels that were eligible to play tonight saw action. Eleven of them scored at least two points.

In his EKU debut, Cosey scored a game-high 20 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field. The junior knocked down 6-of-7 from three-point range. Stutz finished with 11 points and six rebounds. Senior Mike DiNunno scored 10 and handed out four assists. Tarius Johnson contributed 10 points and a game-high seven rebounds.

DJ McCommons led CCU (0-3) with 15 points.
Complete Recap

John Calipari's Newest Star Point Guard: Jarrod Polson

Meet John Calipari's newest star point guard...Jarrod Polson:


Geek Squad Leads UK Past Maryland in Barclays Classic

(3) Kentucky 72
Maryland 69

Final from Barclays Classic in Brooklyn, New York

The unlikely tandem of Kyle Wiltjer and Jarrod Polson led No. 3 Kentucky to a 72-69 win over Maryland in the Barclays Center Classic on Friday night.

Wiltjer led the way for Kentucky (1-0) with 19 points and 6 rebounds . Wiltjer was a smooth 6-for-9 from the field and 4-for-6 from long range.

Polson, who has contributed little more than safe ball handling to close out wins during his UK career, came of the bench to score 10 points and dish out 3 assists. He has no turnovers in 22 minutes of action.

Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon wasn't even sure who Polson was, saying after the game this his first thought was, "who's that?"

"He was the difference," Turgeon added in his postgame comments. "He was the whole key to the game. Kid gave them confidence. And he made the play of the game on the rebound. I don’t even know what year he is.”

On the other hand, starting point guard Ryan Harrow was 0-for-4 from the field and finished with no points and 2 assists in only 10 minutes.

Freshman Archie Goodwin contributed 16 points for the Wildcats. Willie Cauley-Stein came up big with 8 points, 6 boards and 4 blocks. Nerlens Noel chipped in 4 points, 9 rebounds and 3 blocked shots.

Alex Len led Maryland (0-1) with with a game-high 23 points, 12 rebounds and 4 blocks. Nick Faust added 11 points and James Padgett finished with 10 for the Terrapins.

Kentucky led 49-36 at the half and appeared to be well on the way to an easy win, but Maryland roared back in the second half.

The Terrapins dominated Kentucky in the paint, out-rebounding the Cats 54-38 and pulling down 28 offensive rebounds.

John Calipari's team returns to action Tuesday night against Duke in the Champions Classic.

Maryland will host Morehead State Monday night at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Box score (click to enlarge):





































And in case you've forgotten, meet the Geek Squad:


Friday, November 9, 2012

NCAA Rules Shabazz Muhammad Ineligible at UCLA

The NCAA has determined that freshman star Shabazz Muhammad is not eligible at this time to play for UCLA.

UCLA released the following statement:

“The NCAA has finally determined that a violation of the NCAA amateurism rules has occurred involving UCLA freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad and his family. As a result, he is ineligible for competition at this time. We are extremely disappointed that the NCAA has made this determination.”

“The University and our compliance staff have fully cooperated with the NCAA throughout this entire period, and we believe the decision is incorrect and unjust to Shabazz. UCLA will expeditiously pursue its options to challenge this determination. When a final resolution has been reached by the NCAA, we will swiftly communicate the news to the entire Bruin family.”

Photo: Rivals.com

UK, John Calipari Give Check for $1 Million to Hurricane Victims

University of Kentucky men's basketball and head coach John Calipari presented a check for exactly $1 million to Hurricane Sandy victims tonight.

KyleTucker_CJ There it is. Calipari and Cats present a big cardboard check for exactly $1 million from the telethon for Hurricane Sandy victims.

Alex Poythress Talks About Maryland Game and More

Here is Kentucky's Alex Poythress talking about tonight's game against Maryland:


Calipari: Harrow and Mays Will Both Play Tonight

Kentucky head coach John Calipari has announced that Ryan Harrow and Julius Mays will both play against Maryland tonight.

John Calipari: Ryan and Julius both practiced yesterday and will play tonight. I’m happy that we’re full strength. I was a little worried that we were going to go in light.

Harrow has been dealing with flu-like symptoms. Mays banged his knee up in Kentucky's last exhibition game against Transylvania.

Here is an interview with Coach Cal at the Barclays Center:


 

Ed Horton, Kevin Thomas on Jacksonville Giants Roster

Former Murray State players Ed Horton and Kevin Thomas will be playing for the Jacksonville Giants in 2012-13.

The Giants are defending ABA champions.
Jacksonville Giants 2012-13 Roster:
Bell, Jermaine C 7-0/ 210 08/05/84 Indian Hills CC
Brown, Damone F 6-9/ 212 28/06/79 Syracuse
Brown, Eddie F 6-9/ 230 14/12/85 Cambell University
Clark, Brad G 6-5/ 190 10/08/78 Edward Waters
Fields, Matt F 6-7/195 02/01/86 Georgia Southern
Gray, George G 5-9/175 25/12/88 Florida Memorial
Hooper, Tony G 5-11/ 175 30/03/87 University Louisiana Monroe
Horton, Ed G 6-3/ 190 20/07/85 Murray State
Hyche, Chris F 6-5/ 215 16/09/88 Jackson State
Jackson, Anthony G 5-11/ 180 27/05/85 Columbus State
Mulamba, Josue C 6-10/ 238 06/06/86 Imperial Valley College
Taylor, Freeman F 6-6/ 217 14/08/81 Robert Morris
Thomas, Kevin G 6-0/ 175 29/01/85 Murray State
Todd, Currye G 6-4/ 190 26/07/85 Lamar University
Tucker, Jerrod F 6-4/ 240 26/10/86 Bellevue University

Union College Avenges Only Loss, Defeats Brescia

Union College 77
Brescia University 70

Final from Barbourville, Kentucky

Game recap by UC:

OWENSBORO, Ky. - The Union College men's basketball team rallied back from a halftime deficit to notch a 77-70 victory over Brescia (Ky.) at the Owensboro Sportscenter on Thursday night.

With with the victory, the Bulldogs improved to 4-1 overall. while Brescia fell to 1-3 with the loss.

At halftime, Brescia held a 34-31 lead over the Bulldogs, but Union roared back in the second half, outscoring the Bearcats by ten (46-36) to take the road victory. The win for Union avenged a 82-72 loss to Brescia on Oct. 29 at Robsion Arena.

Leading the way for the Bulldogs on the night was Tarik Smith, who had 16 points. Meanwhile, four Union players scored 14 points. apiece - Archie Adams, Matthew Thomas, and Josh Smith. Rounding out the double-digit scorers on the night was Sergio Gonzalez, who finished with 12.

Union returns to action tomorrow evening, staying in Owensboro to take on NCAA Division II foe Kentucky Wesleyan in an exhibition contest. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. eastern.

Indiana Men's Basketball Gives Players Sweet 16 Rings

Indiana University men's basketball recently presented players with rings for their magical run to the South Region semifinals in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

Remy Abell posted a picture on Instagram and sent it out on Twitter earlier today:

23Abell #Sweet16Rings but it doesn't stop here there more to come. #Godisgood #WeOnAMission http://instagr.am/p/RyxpUVmo0z/


New Mixtapes of Andrew Wiggins vs. Alice Lloyd College JV

Here are some new mixtapes of Andrew Wiggins dominating a scrimmage against Alice Lloyd College's JV team:



All-Access with Manhattan Head Coach Steve Masiello

Check out this all-access piece on Manhattan basketball and head coach Steve Masiello:


All Access with Manhattan from CollegeInsider.com on Vimeo.

Manhattan will take on Louisville Sunday.

Big Weekend of College Basketball in Kentucky


Today tips off a huge weekend of college basketball around Kentucky. Here is a schedule to help you keep track of things:

Today
5:00 p.m. University of the Cumberlands vs. Morthland Colelge (at Bethel University)
5:00 p.m. Mid-Continent University vs. Baptist Bible (at Evangel University)
5:45 p.m. LIU Brooklyn vs. Morehead State University (Barclays Classic)
7:30 p.m. Cincinnati Christian at Eastern Kentucky University
8:00 p.m. Brescia at Murray State University
8:00 p.m. Union College at Kentucky Wesleyan University
8:00 p.m. Valor Christian at Kentucky Christian University
8:30 p.m. University of Kentucky vs. Maryland (Barclays Classic)

Tomorrow
2:00 p.m. Grace College at St. Catharine College
3:00 p.m. University of the Cumberlands vs. Webber International (at Bethel University)
4:00 p.m. Alice Lloyd College at University of Pikeville
6:00 p.m. IU-Southeast at Georgetown College
6:00 p.m. TBA at Kentucky Christian University
7:30 p.m. Kentucky State University at Southern Indiana
7:30 p.m. Bryan College at Berea College
8:00 p.m. OSU-Mansfield at Lindsey Wilson College
8:30 p.m. Western Kentucky University at Southern Miss

Sunday, November 11

2:00 p.m. IU-Northwest at Lindsey Wilson College
3:00 p.m. OSU-Mansfield at University of Pikeville
4:00 p.m. Manhattan at University of Louisville

Media Poll: Pitino is Best College Coach in Kentuckiana

WDRB recently conducted a poll with 41 local and national media members to determine the best college basketball coach in the Kentuckiana area.

Louisville head coach Rick Pitino won the poll in a landslide.

Here's an excerpt from WDRB.com:


Pitino was ranked first on 25 ballots. Calipari finished second with 11 votes. Crean earned four.

"All three of them are great coaches," U of L guard Peyton Siva said. "I think Coach Cal is a great coach and I think Coach Crean is a great coach. They're great at what they do.

"I love Coach P. I've been playing for him for four years and I know he's a great coach. He's a great X and O guy, he knows different situations. He's just a great person all around … I think it's well-deserved."

Even voters who chose Pitino said it was a difficult choice. Calipari's record at Kentucky has been remarkable. Crean handled a massive Mr. Fix-It assignment at IU.

"That was a hard one," said Jim O'Connell, the national college basketball writer for the Associated Press. "You can argue 10 different points and get different answers.

"But I think Pitino would get it with the main reason how his teams improve over the course of the season."

"Pitino, by a hair over Calipari," said Lenn Robbins of the New York Post.

"Rick Pitino is as good as any coach of any level of basketball right now," wrote Frank Burlison, a Hall of Fame writer from Los Angeles who writes for Sports Illustrated's web site.

Complete Article

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Paul Biancardi Overlooks Kentucky's Freshmen

ESPN's Paul Biancardi has put out his Freshman All-American Team for 2012-13.

Kentucky fans will immediately notice that there are no UK freshmen on the team.

Dave Telep included Nerlens Noel on his team.

Here is a look:

Biancardi's Freshman All-American Team

PG: Marcus Paige, North Carolina
SG: Rodney Purvis, NC State
SF: Sam Dekker, Wisconsin
PF: DaJuan Coleman, Syracuse
C: Isaiah Austin, Baylor
Sixth Man: Glenn Robinson, Michigan

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Telep's Freshman All-American Team

PG: Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State
SG: Omar Calhoun, UConn
SF: Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA
PF: Grant Jerrett, Arizona
C: Nerlens Noel, Kentucky No, he’s not Anthony Davis, nor does he need to be. By January, the full effect of this defensive impact player will be felt.
Sixth Man: Gary Harris, Michigan State

Louisville Stars, Canaan Named to Wooden Award Watch List

Louisville stars Peyton Siva, Gorgui Dieng and Chane Behanan are among 50 preseason favorites to win the 37th annual John R. Wooden Award. Murray State's Isaiah Canaan is also on the preseason list.

Here are the preseason top 50 for the 37th annual John R. Wooden Award:

Keith Appling, Michigan State
Chane Behanan, Louisville
Kenny Boynton, Florida
Lorenzo Brown, North Carolina State
Trey Burke, Michigan
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia
Isaiah Canaan, Murray State
Jack Cooley, Notre Dame
D.J. Cooper, Ohio U.
Vincent Council, Providence
Allen Crabbe, California
Aaron Craft, Ohio State
Seth Curry, Duke
Brandon Davies, BYU
Matthew Dellavedova, Saint Mary's
Gorgui Dieng, Louisville
Jamaal Franklin, San Diego State
Tim Frazier, Penn State
Tim Hardaway, Jr., Michigan
Elias Harris, Gonzaga
Solomon Hill, Arizona
Pierre Jackson, Baylor
Elijah Johnson, Kansas
Sean Kilpatrick, Cincinnati
C.J. Leslie, North Carolina State
James Michael McAdoo, North Carolina
Ray McCallum, Detroit
C.J. McCollum, Lehigh
Doug McDermott, Creighton
Rodney McGruder, Kansas State
Tony Mitchell, North Texas
Mike Moser, UNLV
Brock Motum, Washington State
Le'Bryan Nash, Oklahoma State
Brandon Paul, Illinois
Mason Plumlee, Duke
Otto Porter, Georgetown
Phil Pressey, Missouri
Andre Roberson, Colorado
Peyton Siva, Louisville
Michael Snaer, Florida State
Jarnell Stokes, Tennessee
Adonis Thomas, Memphis
Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State
Christian Watford, Indiana
Jeff Withey, Kansas
Nate Wolters, South Dakota State
B.J. Young, Arkansas
Patric Young, Florida
Cody Zeller, Indiana

Delph Leads Asbury University Past Cincinnati-Clermont

Asbury University 75
Cincinnati-Clermont 69

Final from Batavia, Ohio

Game recap by AU:

BATAVIA, Ohio – It took an extra five minutes but Asbury’s men improved to 3-1 on the season with a 75-69 win over Cincinnati-Clermont on Wednesday evening. The Eagles trailed by seven at halftime before coming back in the second half.

Adam Delph scored seven of his game-high 20 points in the extra session as the Eagles overcame an early three point deficit in the overtime period. The senior guard leads the team with a 16.6 points per game average so far this season. He also added seven rebounds, two assists and two steals in 42 minutes.

Asbury’s two big men each posted a double-double for the first time this season as Justin Jones scored 15 points and pulled down 12 rebounds and Dakotah Euton scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Jones scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half. The Eagles out-rebounded the Cougars by six, 53-47.

The Eagles shot only 37% from the floor but held the Cougars to 34% including a 2-for-11 clip in overtime. Kendall Beamon led UCC with 18 points. Asbury made 4-of-15 from three-point range while the Cougars made 6-of-21. Mitch McLeish led the Eagles with eight trips to the foul line, making seven as the Eagles made 19-of-30 overall and 5-of-7 in the second half. McLeish finished with 14 points.

Asbury will have an extended time off from competition as they don’t play again until the Zweifel/Pritchett Classic starting on Nov. 16.

Andrew Wiggins, Huntington Prep Impress Fans in Win Over Alice Lloyd College JV

Huntington Prep, led by University of Kentucky recruit Andrew Wiggins, travelled to Pippa Passes last night for a scrimmage against Alice Lloyd College's junior varsity team.

A heavily pro-UK crowd watched Wiggins and Xavier Rathan-Mayes put on a show in leading Huntington Prep to a 102-57 win.

The uncommitted Wiggins, who is widely considered the top high school player in the nation, led the way with 34 points on 12-19 shooting, including 5-7 from the three-point line. He also had 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in 37 minutes of action.

Rathan-Mayes, who is committed to Florida State, finished with 15 points. Sophomore Montaque Gill-Ceasar added 14 points.

For most fans in attendance, the night was all about Wiggins. The crowd rumbled each time Wiggins rattled the rim and buzzed when he smoothly knocked down long range bombs.



When the Kentucky target checked out of the game for the last time, fans loudly chanted "C-A-T-S Cats Cats Cats!"

After the game, roughly a hundred or so fans, many decked out in UK apparel, lined up for an autograph/photo session.



A few thoughts:

- Wiggins is certainly in the running for title of best high school player I've ever watched in person. It's hard to argue that he is better than Lebron James at this stage of his career, but he is definitely on that superstar level. He plays with a cool, calm and collected demeanor but when he strikes, he delivers a floury of athletic ability and basketball talent.



- Rathan-Mayes was better than advertised. He was knocking down shots all over the court and dazzled with his speed and ball-handling ability. Florida State is getting a steal with this kid.



- A player you'll want to keep an eye on is Gill-Ceasar. He has the potential to be one of the top players in his class.



- I also came away impressed by Arkansas commit Moses Kingsley. He is athletic and has a big ceiling when he puts on some muscle.


- I never like to label a kid disappointing but last night was not impressive for Baylor commit Dominic Woodson. Woodson not only appeared to be a little out of shape, he was apparently benched in the second half by head coach Rob Fulford. Woodson certainly has the potential to be a star but he didn't display that ability last night.

- Kudos to the folks at Alice Lloyd College. The gym looked great and the event was handled perfectly.

- A special hat tip to my GPS system for saving the day. It's amazing where you can end up by making one wrong turn in Knott County. Thankfully, the trusty GPS righted the ship.

UPIKE Coach Kelly Wells Being Discharged from Hospital, Test Results Are Encouraging

I just spoke to University of Pikeville head coach Kelly Wells. He is currently in the process of being discharged from Jewish Hospital in Louisville.

Wells, who received a kidney transplant in 2004, was hospitalized last week following UPIKE's exhibition game against Louisville.

The encouraging news for Wells is that biopsy results showed no signs of rejection in his transplanted kidney. He is still dealing with some blood pressure issues and doctors discovered chronic scarring on the kidney.

Wells said he will be working to limit stress but hopes to return to the sidelines as soon as this weekend.

"Trying to make some changes and limiting stress as best I can," Wells said this afternoon. "I hope to be back this weekend in a limited capacity."

UPIKE (5-0) defeated a tough Life University team 102-100 in overtime last night. Assistant coaches Tigh Compton and Matt Taylor have split coaching duties during Wells' absence.

Briscoe Drains Game-Winner in OT; UPIKE Defeats Life

(9) Pikeville 102
Life 100

Final from Marietta, Georgia

Game recap by UPIKE:

MARIETTA, Ga. – Senior guard Jamar “Deuce” Briscoe had 37 points, including the game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer to give ninth-ranked Pikeville a 102-100 win over Life University Wednesday night at the Eagle's Nest.

Briscoe, a 6-0 guard from Baltimore, had only seven first-half points, as did fellow senior guard Trevor Setty. The duo finished with 64, including 13 of their team's 16 overtime points to will their team to the win.

Life (1-2), a talented team that got votes in the NAIA Div. I preseason men's basketball poll, led by 14 (35-21) at one point in the first half and held a 45-33 edge at halftime.

But Pikeville (5-0), which shot only 31.4 percent in the first half, came out firing in the second 20 minutes, lifting its shooting to 46.5 percent.

Tied at 86, the Bears had a chance to win the game in regulation but a shot by junior guard Darnell Tubbs fell short.

In overtime, Pikeville went 6-of-13 from the field but 3-of-5 from the arc. Briscoe sank both of his, including the game-winner as the horn expired.

The Bears got the ball with 27.7 seconds left after senior guard Bobby Smith sank both free throws to put his club on top 100-99. Smith led five Runnin' Eagles in double figures with 23 thanks to 11-of-12 shooting from the line.

Pikeville got a shot that failed and a tip that missed before the ball wound up in Briscoe's hands with nine seconds left on the right wing. Both teams seemed out of control, but the calm senior elevated and hit his fifth three-point shot in nine tries on the night to end the game.

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Maryland Pregame: Calipari Says Harrow, Mays are Questionable

Kentucky head coach John Calipari says Julius Mays (knee) and Ryan Harrow (illness) are questionable for Friday night's regular season opener against Maryland.

Here is Calipari speaking to the media today before the Wildcats head to Brooklyn for the Barclays Classic:

DeMarcus Cousins Dunks All Over Jason Maxiell and Detroit

Former Kentucky star DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points and 11 rebounds last night in Sacramento's 105-103 win over the Detroit Pistons.

Two of Cousins' points came on this powerful dunk in the face of Jason Maxiell:

Calipari, Kentucky Basketball Raise $500,000 for Sandy Victims

University of Kentucky men's basketball and head coach John Calipari joined forces with WKYT last night to raise $500,000 for Superstorm Sandy Relief.

Calipari and UK players took phone calls and participated in auctioning off various items during the telethon.

Here is a release from UK:

Lexington, Kentucky, November 8, 2012 — The Big Blue Nation Cares – Rebounding from Sandy telethon hosted by University of Kentucky Men’s Basketball Coach John Calipari and WKYT TV raised $500,000 for Superstorm Sandy Relief.


“We had an amazing night of support for the important work of the American Red Cross,” said Bluegrass Region of the American Red Cross CEO Terry Burkhart. “We are so thankful to Coach Calipari, WKYT, and all the donors for stepping up to help those affected by this terrible disaster.”

Fundraising efforts got a big boost early when John Schnatter, founder of Papa John’s pizza called in to report $1 from every pizza sold on November 7 will be donated to the relief efforts. Schnatter estimated that could total up to $400,000.

“When you consider the money raised on the phones, on-line, through the auction, and with Papa John’s contributions we hope to surpass $1 million,” said Burkhart.

Thousands of people have spent the night in hundreds of Red Cross shelters since the storm began its onslaught on the country. The Red Cross has already served more than 3.2 million meals and snacks and mobilized more than 5,800 disaster workers and almost 300 emergency vehicles have been deployed.

Individuals or organizations still wishing to donate to Big Blue Nation Cares can visit wkyt.com or redcrosslexky.org.

About the American Red Cross:

The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or join our blog at http://blog.redcross.org.

Judge Offers Zay Jackson New Deal in Assault Case

A judge has offered Murray State's Zay Jackson a new deal in an assault case stemming from an incident in a Walmart parking lot.

Here are details from WestKentuckyStar.com:

The original deal Jackson was offered by Foust included 30 weekend days in jail, anger management courses, community service and financial compensation to his victims.


After rejecting the original deal, Clymer gave Jackson the option of one year in jail on both of the first-degree wanton endangerment charges he faces. The sentences are to run concurrently.

According to Clymer, Jackson could qualify for shock probation if he takes the offer.

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Louisville Overcomes Poor Shooting to Defeat Bellarmine

Louisville 65
Bellarmine 46

Exhibition Final from Louisville, Kentucky

Game recap by UL:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - No. 2 Louisville endured a dreadful shooting night and still managed a 65-46 exhibition win over Bellarmine on Wednesday night.

Freshman Montrezl Harrell had 16 points to lead the Cardinals, who missed their first 17 3-point attempts and finished 1 of 19 from behind the arc.

Luke Hancock made Louisville's lone 3-pointer, with 4:06 to play.

Gorgui Dieng added 14 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks for the Cardinals while Russ Smith had 11 points.

Chris Dowe led Bellarmine with 19 points and 11 rebounds. The Knights advanced to the NCAA Division II national semifinals last season after winning the national championship in 2011.

Bellarmine pulled within five points midway through the opening half but a 17-2 Louisville run provided a 20-point lead on the way to a 32-15 halftime advantage.

Dowe and Vance Hall combined for 15 straight points for the Knights who cut their deficit to 48-35 with 7:50 remaining but would draw no closer.

"I really do think our poor shooting was a product of rushing and just having tired legs from chasing them around," Louisville coach Rick Pitino said. "But most of the night they did a really good job of chasing them around."

Hancock said the Cardinals had good looks and took good shots.

"They just didn't fall," he said. "If we got those same looks tomorrow, they'd fall."


Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Anthony Davis in New NBA Commercial

Check out former Kentucky star Anthony Davis in this new NBA commercial:

Anthony Davis and Mike Breen try to comfort Hugo the Hornet in a difficult situation.




Darius Miller to Start for New Orleans Tonight

Former Kentucky star Darius Miller will earn his first regular season NBA start tonight for the New Orleans Hornets.

Jim Eichenhofer of Hornets.com reported the news on Twitter:

Jim_Eichenhofer Monty said Darius Miller will start at shooting guard, replacing Austin Rivers. It will be Miller's first NBA regular season start

Unfortuntely for Kentucky fans, Anthony Davis is still out with a concussion:

Jim_Eichenhofer Hornets rookies Anthony Davis (concussion) and Austin Rivers (sprained left index finger) are both out for tonight's @ESPN game vs. 76ers.




David Kapinga Hearing from Several D1 Schools

David Kapinga, a 5-foot-10 junior at Pulaski Southwestern, has been hearing from several NCAA Division I programs.

Kapinga, who helped lead Southwestern to the Sweet 16 semifinals last season, is receiving the most interest from Morehead State, Eastern Kentucky, BYU, Western Kentucky and Wright State. He has also heard from Furman, Portland and Nevada.

Perhaps the most surprising note on Kapinga is that he has only played a little more than two years of organized basketball.

Last season, as a sophomore, Kapinga averaged 14.6 points and 4.5 assists per game for Southwestern.

Latest Information on Tonight's Hurricane Sandy Telethon

John Calipari, members of the Kentucky men's basketball team, Morehead State head coach Sean Woods and others are hosting a telethon to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy tonight.

Here are some additional details about the event from UK:

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Additional information regarding the telethon for victims of Hurricane Sandy has been released, including an additional hour, which will now run from 7:00-9:00 p.m. ET Wednesday night.

Phone banks will be open from 6:00-9:00 p.m. In the Lexington area, the telethon can be seen live on WKYT from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Coverage will then switch over to CWKYT from 8:00-9:00 p.m. Members of the UK men’s basketball team will take phone calls and donations from 7:00-9:00 p.m. People wanting to make a donation in the Lexington area can call 859.299.5455 and those outside the Lexington area can call toll free 855.257.2700.

During non-telethon hours, people can call the Red Cross at 859.253.1331 or 800.RED.CROSS.

Additionally, monetary donations can also be taken to any Central Bank location in Lexington.

The special event will also stream live at WKYT.com where donations can also be made for 24 hours beginning at 7:00 p.m. and people can bid on various items that will be auctioned off.

One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross to benefit the victims of the catastrophic storm.

For more information from the Red Cross, contact Winn Stephens at winn.stephens@redcross.org.

Campbellsville Opens Season with a Win at Brescia

Campbellsville 61
Brescia  46

Final from Owensboro, Kentucky

Game recap by CU:

OWENSBORO, Ky. – Game one is in the books for the 2012-2013 Campbellsville University men's basketball season – a 61-46 victory on the road at Brescia University.Brescia struck first with a 3, but the Tigers posted a seven-point run to take their first lead of the game. The Bearcats made the game close once again, but a Justin Ennis 3 helped keep the Tigers in front en route to a 22-14 halftime lead.

Seven quickly became 15, as Jordan Myers hit a jumper just inside the 3-point arc less than four minutes into the second half. Myers' shot helped spark a 7-2 run for the Tiger's largest lead of the night, 41-23. Brescia managed to hold the Tigers' lead under 20 points during the second half, maintaining the difference around a 13-point margin.

Myers and Ennis led the Tigers with 12 points each, while Malik Thomas and Filip Stanic each had nine. Stanic led CU with two 3's on the night, his first of his Tigers' career. Brandon Britt also collected his first 3-point basket of his collegiate career Monday.

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Mid-Continent Wins Fourth Straight Game

Mid-Continent 90
Lyon College 79

Final from Mayfield, Kentucky

Game recap by MCU:

MAYFIELD, Ky. - Normally in college basketball, a team does not play four games in five days early in the season. The Mid-Continent University men's hoops squad did just that over the last five days, and they wrapped that stretch up on Tuesday night in convincing fashion.


The Cougars (4-1) avenged their only loss of the young season, knocking off the Lyon College Scots (2-1) 90-79 in a game that lacked continuity for much of the night due to a malfunctioning shot clock. The win came just seven days after the Scots had pulled out a 90-89 win over Mid-Continent on their home floor in Batesville, Ark.

Mid-Continent opened the game on a 5-0 run, building a 14-4 lead, before the Scots battled back to knot the score at 17. Mid-Continent quickly surged in front by seven, 24-17, and they would lead until Lyon's Jordan McAlister knocked down his fourth 3-pointer of the first half to put the Scots on top 37-36 with less than 10 seconds left before intermission. Mid-Continent in-bounded the ball, and worked it down court in a hurry, with Gavin Scott knocking down a bank shot at the buzzer to give Mid-Continent a 38-37 halftime lead. Early in the second period, the Cougars surged ahead, with Charles Peden pushing the Mid-Continent lead to double digits for the first time with a basket at the 12:14 mark, making the score 57-46. Moments later, Peden scored again to give the Cougars their largest lead of the night - a 17-point cushion, 69-52, with 9:25 to play. Lyon began to chip away as the time ticked away, but it proved to be too little, too late. The Cougars never saw their lead dip below eight points, sealing the win at the free throw line, and claiming the 90-79 victory.

Lee Ames continued his red-hot start to the season, pouring in 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, leading the Cougars in both categories. Peden and Larry Thompkins II each netted 13 in the win, Scott added 11, and Marcus Johnson chipped in 10. Reggie Elkins dished out four assists in the game, while Elkins and Thompkins II each swiped the ball from their opponent four times. As a team, Mid-Continent shot very well from the floor, knocking down 34-of-57 (59.6%) of their shots overall, including 8-of-16 (50%) of their long-range jumpers. The Cougars did struggle at times from the line, hitting 14-of-22 (63.6%) charity shots, but when the shots mattered, Mid-Continent buried their opportunities.

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Stanley Johnson Considering 15; UK, Louisville on List

Stanley Johnson, one of the top players in 2014, announced on Twitter tonight that he is currently considering 15 schools.

Kentucky and Louisville are both on his list:

ShowtimeSJ_2014 Syracuse Kentucky Arizona Ucla USC Flordia Sdsu Washington Stanford Louisville Nc state Flordia state UNLV Oregon Colorado #top15

Johnson is a 6-foot-6 power forward from  Mater Dei (Cal.) High School.

Georgetown College Survives Martin Methodist in Overtime

(3) Georgetown College 78
(22) Martin Methodist 65    F/OT

Final from Pulaski, Tennessee

Game recap by GC:

The No. 3 Tigers (3-0) hit the road Monday evening to take on No. 22 Martin Methodist (2-2) and they needed more than 40 minutes to stay undefeated on the season. Georgetown College men's basketball team trailed the RedHawks by one at the break and by as many as five in the second half, but erased the deficit to force overtime and get the eventual 78-65 win.

Vic Moses led the way again with a game-high 22 points and nine rebounds. Garel Craig chipped in with 19 points and nine assists. GC also continued to show its depth as Monty Wilson came off the bench for 18 of the 28 reserve points. MM had zero points off the bench. Marlon Williams' 20 points led four Redhawks in double-digits.

"It is tough to go on the road and play," said GC coach Chris Briggs. "We were just above 500 this past year away from Davis-Reid Alumni Gym and so I was really proud of the way we battled, came from behind and got the win tonight."

GC won the battle in the paint (39-32), on the break (13-10) and on second-chance points (10-9), but 20 turnovers translated into 22 points for MM. The Redhawks had 16 miscues for 16 GC points.
The Tigers dominated in the extra session, outscoring their opponent 14-1.

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Jules Camara Reportedly Wanted on Felony Gun Charges

According to Andy Cunningham of WKYT, police are reportedly searching for former Kentucky big man Jules Camara.

Camara is reportedly wanted on felony gun charges.

CunninghamWKYT EXCLUSIVE: Former #UK basketball player Jules Camara is wanted in #lexington on felony gun charges @WKYT #bbn #WKYT pic.twitter.com/dOF6pAtj

Rajon Rondo Teaches High School Algebra

Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo spent some time teaching high school algebra this morning:

RajonRondo Teaching freshman algebra with Ms. Oshodi at Burke high school this AM. Thx for having me pic.twitter.com/vNbD0Z3X


Cincinnati Hammers Bellarmine, Davenport Disappointed

Cincinnati 86
Bellarmine 51

Exhibition Final from Cincinnati, Ohio

Game recap by BU:

CINCINNATI—The Bellarmine University Knights kicked off their 2012-13 men's basketball season with an exhibition game against the University of Cincinnati Bearcats, dropping an 86-51 decision at Fifth Third Arena.

The Bearcats slowly extended a lead and took a 45-24 advantage in the locker room at halftime, then blew the game open with a 19-0 run to start the second half as the Knights misfired on their first nine shots of the second period.

Bellarmine managed to cut into the Bearcats' advantage, but Cincinnati coasted in for the 35-point victory. Five Bearcats hit double figures, led by freshman JaQuon Parker's 16-point performance, fueled by seven of nine shooting. Bellarmine was led by Chris Dowe with 15 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Sophomore transfer Jake Thelen also hauled in seven boards for the Knights.

“I'm very disappointed,” said Bellarmine Coach Scott Davenport. “They took us out of the game at every spot.” The eighth year Bellarmine coached added, “But, that's Mick's (Cincinnati Coach Mick Cronin) best team he's had here. He's done a whale of a job with them.

Much of Bellarmine's problems arose from a lackluster shooting performance, making just 32.1 percent while giving up 54 percent shooting.

“Our lack of offense was because we didn't defend,” Davenport said. “In the second half we started to defend and went on a 10-2 run.”
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Donnie Tyndall Personally Invites Fans to WKU Game

New Southern Miss head coach Donnie Tyndall spent time on the phone with USM fans today. Tyndall called fans and personally invited them to come out and support the Golden Eagles when they host Western Kentucky on Saturday.

CoachPhelps Today @coachtyndallusm spent time calling fans to invite them to Saturday's Game vs. Western Kentucky at 7:30 p.m. #FTTT

Steve Prohm, MSU Players Discuss Freed-Hardeman Win

Here is Murray State players Isaiah Canaan and Stacy Wilson and head coach Steve Prohm talking about the Racers exhibition win over Freed-Hardeman:



Murray State Opens Season with Exhibition Win

Murray State 87
Freed-Hardeman 74

Exhibition Final from Murray, Kentucky



Game recap by MSU:

The Murray State Racers started their 2012-13 season on Monday with an 87-74 exhibition win over Freed-Hardeman at the CFSB Center in Murray, Ky.


Preseason All-American candidate Isaiah Canaan led the way for the Racers in the contest with 19 points on 6-of-12 shooting including 3-for-7 from beyond the arch. Canaan also led MSU with five assists and a pair of steals in the exhibition victory.

The Racers added to their 45-42 halftime lead and started the second session on a 9-2 run to push the lead 55-44 with 16:42 remaining.

MSU would later push out to a 12 point lead (72-60) on baskets by Brandon Garrett and Ed Daniel with 6:13 left.

The first half was tight with the Racers taking an early 11-4 lead just 4:40 into the game on a Stacy Wilson jumper. The game was tied 27-27 at the 8:23 mark. MSU pushed to a 42-34 lead, but settled for a 48-44 advantage at the break. The half was highlighted by freshman Moss going 3-of-3 from 3-point range, while Canaan was 3-of-4.

Freshman Jeffery Moss hit his first three 3-point attempts and finished the game with 16 points off the bench. Stacy Wilson also added 16 points to the Racer attack.

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Sheppard, Laettner Plan Big Blue Salute to Dickie V in Atlanta

Former Kentucky star Jeff Sheppard has put out a press release about a unique event to be held in Atlanta during the State Farm Champions Classic event.

Sheppard has teamed up with Christian Laettner and Dick Vitale to raise money for The V Foundation for cancer research

Here is the release:

 Rival schools that both wear blue have joined together for a Big Blue Salute! Kentucky’s Jeff Sheppard,

Duke’s Christian Laettner and ESPN’s Dick Vitale have teamed up for a unique event in Atlanta where
Kentucky and Duke will meet as part of the State Farm Champions Classic game.

Alumni and fans will have a chance to show their spirit and meet Sheppard, Laettner and Vitale at Ventanas,
a dramatic 14th floor rooftop ball room featuring floor to ceiling windows that transform beautiful downtown Atlanta into the backdrop of an unforgettable event. Sheppard and Laettner will honor Dick Vitale, Hall of Famer and College basketball’s top analyst and ambassador by presenting a check on behalf of all Kentucky and Duke fans to the V Foundation for cancer research. It’s going to be awesome baby!

“Come party with us at the Big Blue Salute to Dickie V! Where would college basketball be without Dickie V? What a privilege to honor and present the greatest basketball commentator of all time, a true diaper dandy, with a check for the V Foundation! Join us for an awesome time baby with a capital “A”. Check out the items in the silent auction!!” says Christian Laettner, former two time NCAA Champion at Duke.

Cost to attend is $30 per person and includes admission to the event and a T-shirt. To register for the event
visit www.ukalumni.net/bluesalute. At the event, alumni and fans will also be able to have photos made with Laettner and Sheppard for an additional fee. In addition, both Sheppard and Laettner will have one of a kind autographed memorabilia available through the event’s silent auction. Proceeds from the event will
benefit the V Foundation.

“Everyone has been impacted directly or indirectly by cancer. It is an honor to be a part of a special event
that pays tribute to a one of a kind legend, Dick Vitale, but more importantly raises money for the V Foundation for cancer research.” Says Jeff Sheppard, former two time NCAA Champion at Kentucky.
Special thanks to the Greater Atlanta UK Alumni Club for sponsoring this event. For more information or media credentials email Jeff Sheppard at jeff@15inc.com.

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

4 - 6 p.m.

Ventanas
275 Baker St.
Atlanta, GA 30313

Sean Woods to Participate in Hurricane Sandy Telethon

Morehead State head coach and former Kentucky star Sean Woods will participate in Wednesday night's telethon for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Here are more details from MSU:

MOREHEAD, Ky. -- Morehead State Head Men’s Basketball Coach Sean Woods will participate in a telethon on Wednesday to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The telethon will be carried by Lexington’s WKYT-TV from 7 to 8 p.m. ET and CWKYT-TV from 8 to 9 p.m.

During the telethon, donations can be made by calling 859-299-5455 or 1-800-733-2767. Outside the telethon, donations can be made by calling 859-253-1331, 1-800-733-2767 or visiting RedCross.org.

“I’m looking forward to this opportunity,” Woods said. “This most-recent hurricane was devastating to people across many states. It’s extremely important to give back and assist those who are in need.”

Kentucky Head Men’s Basketball Coach John Calipari and members of the UK basketball program will also participate in the telethon, according to officials from Lexington’s CBS affiliate.

All proceeds will benefit the victims of last week’s catastrophic storm on the East Coast. The telethon will air throughout the state on UK Network affiliates and will be streamed live on WKYT.com.

“There are millions of people in this country who love the game of basketball – and I do, too,” Woods said. “But when natural disasters like this occur, it reminds us about what’s truly important in life.”

Morehead State fans who make a contribution of at least $100 will be entered in a drawing. The winner will receive two tickets to see the Eagles take on Kentucky at Rupp Arena on Nov. 21.

For more information on the Red Cross, visit RedCross.org or e-mail Winn Stephens at winn.stephens@redcross.org. For more information on MSU basketball, visit MSUEagles.com.

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Ryan Harrow, Nerlens Noel Discuss Win Over Transylvania

Kentucky's Ryan Harrow and Nerlens Noel talk about UK's exhibition win over Transylvania:



Julius Mays Says Knee Will Be Fine, Was Scared At First

Kentucky senior Julius Mays went down with a scary-looking knee injury last night. After the game, he admitted he was scared at first but says the knee is "going to be okay":

Highlights of Kentucky's Win Over Transylvania

Here are highlights of Kentucky's win over Transylvania:

Postgame Comments: John Calipari and Brian Lane

Here are postgame comments from Kentucky's John Calipari and Transylvania's Brian Lane:





Funny moment at 9:40 mark of Lane video:

Jerry Tipton: Brian, what did you think of Willie Cauley-Stein in terms of a 7-footer kind of making plays out on the floor?


Lane: When we started recruiting Willie, we watched him playing on the football field and I said 'a guy that plays football that's that big probably can't play basketball' so we stopped recruiting him actually.

Transy's Brandon Rash Posterizes Willie Cauley-Stein

Transylvania University's Brandon Rash puts Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein on a poster at Rupp Arena:

Cauley-Stein gives his thoughts on the dunk:

Kentucky Rolls in Second Half, Blasts Transylvania in Exhibition

Kentucky 74
Transylvania 28

Exhibition Final from Lexington, Kentucky

The Kentucky Wildcats overcame a sluggish first half to overwhelm Transylvania University 74-28 in exhibition action Monday night.

Behind hot shooting from senior Julius Mays, Kentucky out-scored the Pioneers 47-10 in the second half after taking a 27-18 lead into the halftime locker room.

Mays, who finished with 14 points, nailed three consecutive three-pointers to trigger a 19-4 run in the second half. After his hot streak, Mays landed awkwardly on a three-point attempt and was forced to leave the game with what appeared to be a knee injury.

"I think he's okay," UK head coach John Calipari told the media after the game. "They (Mays and the Transy defender) knocked knees."

Mays said he was fine during postgame interviews but admitted that he was nervous.

"Anytime you hurt your knee, you are always thinking ‘Oh my ACL, my MCL,’" Mays explained. "I was scared at first just because of the way I landed."

Freshman big man Nerlens Noel led the Wildcats with 15 points on 7-8 field goal shooting. Ryan Harrow added 12 points and 4 assists. Willie Cauley-Stein chipped in 12 points and 4 rebounds.

Ethan Spurlin led Transy with 11 points and 5 rebounds. Brandon Rash had 7 points, including an explosive dunk in the face of Cauley-Stein.

Transylvania was just 3-20 (15%) from the three-point line in the game. After the game, both Calipari and Transy head man Brian Lane praised Kentucky's ability to close out on the three-point attempts.

"Last year we got off over 35, 36 three-pointers. That was how we could stay in the game," Lane said. "This year we couldn’t get them off. We were trying to get 3s off and they held us only to 12 in the first half. They close so well. If one guy makes a mistake the next guy is there."

Kentucky opens the regular season Friday night in Brooklyn when they face Maryland in the Barclays Classic.


Box Score (click to enlarge):


 

Thumbs Up for Lane Goodwin at Rupp Arena

Here is a great moment during tonight's exhibition game at Rupp Arena - just under 21,000 fans cheer and give "thumbs up" as Lane Goodwin's dad, George, is recognized:



George Goodwin served as John Calipari's "special assistant coach" during UK's win over Transylvania. Calipari posted a picture of Goodwin with the team after the game:

Monday, November 5, 2012

Demonte Harper Traded to the Erie Bayhawks

The Reno Bighorns traded former Morehead State star Demonte Harper to the Erie Bayhawks earlier today.

Harper and Mike Harris were sent to Erie in exchange for Garrett Temple, Jack McClinton and Alex Ruoff.

Reno acquired Harper in last week's NBA Development League draft.

Harper was recently waived by the Portland TrailBlazers.


It's Basketball Time in the Bluegrass; Schedule for the Week

There will be a ton of college basketball action around Kentucky this week.

The action gets under way tonight with seven games and continues daily through Sunday.

Friday marks the beginning of regular season NCAA Division I games with Kentucky and Morehead State competing in the Barclays Classic in Brooklyn. Eastern Kentucky will also host Cincinnati Christian.

On Saturday, Western Kentucky travels to Hattiesburg for a battle with Donnie Tyndall's Southern Miss squad.

Louisville hosts Manhattan on Sunday afternoon.

Here's a full schedule for the week:

Monday, November 5

7:00 p.m. Asbury University at Hiwassee College
7:00 p.m. Bellarmine University at Cincinnati (Exhibition)
8:00 p.m. Freed-Hardeman at Murray State University (Exhibition)
8:00 p.m. Transylvania University at University of Kentucky (Exhibition)
8:00 p.m. Campbellsville University at Brescia University
8:00 p.m. Georgetown College at Martin Methodist
8:00 p.m. Mid-Continent University at Missouri Baptist

Tuesday, November 6

7:00 p.m. West Virginia-Parkersburg at Union College
7:00 p.m. Boyce College at Berea College
8:00 p.m. Lyon College at Mid-Continent University
8:00 p.m. Kentucky Christian University vs. Alice Lloyd College

Wednesday, November 7

7:00 p.m. Asbury University at Cincinnati-Clermont
7:00 p.m. Bellarmine University at University of Louisville (Exhibition)
7:30 p.m. University of Pikeville at Life University
7:30 p.m. St. Catharine College at IU-Southeast

Thursday, November 8

7:00 p.m. Milligan College at Alice Lloyd College
8:00 p.m. Heritage Baptist at Kentucky Christian University
8:00 p.m. Union College at Brescia University
8:30 p.m. Mid-Continent University at Evangel University

Friday, November 9

5:00 p.m. University of the Cumberlands vs. Morthland Colelge (at Bethel University)
5:00 p.m. Mid-Continent University vs. Baptist Bible (at Evangel University)
5:45 p.m. LIU Brooklyn vs. Morehead State University (Barclays Classic)
7:30 p.m. Cincinnati Christian at Eastern Kentucky University
8:00 p.m. Brescia at Murray State University
8:00 p.m. Union College at Kentucky Wesleyan University
8:00 p.m. Valor Christian at Kentucky Christian University
8:30 p.m. University of Kentucky vs. Maryland (Barclays Classic)

Saturday, November 10

2:00 p.m. Grace College at St. Catharine College
3:00 p.m. University of the Cumberlands vs. Webber International (at Bethel University)
4:00 p.m. Alice Lloyd College at University of Pikeville
6:00 p.m. IU-Southeast at Georgetown College
6:00 p.m. TBA at Kentucky Christian University
7:30 p.m. Kentucky State University at Southern Indiana
7:30 p.m. Bryan College at Berea College
8:00 p.m. OSU-Mansfield at Lindsey Wilson College
8:30 p.m. Western Kentucky University at Southern Miss

Sunday, November 11

2:00 p.m. IU-Northwest at Lindsey Wilson College
3:00 p.m. OSU-Mansfield at University of Pikeville
4:00 p.m. Manhattan at University of Louisville

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