We’re entering the second weekend of heavy conference play. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the best match ups on the menu, starting with tonight’s action. The NFL playoffs are quite compelling, but be sure to check out some of these games, which promise to be just as entertaining.
- Creighton at Illinois State
- Cleveland State at Butler
- Missouri State at Northern Iowa
- Seton Hall at South Florida
- UNLV at San Diego State
- Alabama at Mississippi State
- New Mexico at Wyoming
- Kentucky at Tennessee
- North Carolina at Florida State
- Rutgers at West Virginia
- Texas at Missouri
- Colorado at Stanford
- St. Bonaventure at Xavier
- Connecticut at Notre Dame
- Kansas State at Oklahoma
- NC State at Wake Forest
- Oregon at Arizona
- Ohio at Akron
- UCF at Marshall
- La Salle at Dayton
- Indiana at Ohio State
- Cleveland State at Valparaiso
- Youngstown State at Butler
- Loyola (Md.) at Iona
- Georgia Tech at Maryland
- Washington State at Washington
We go coast to coast with news from around the college basketball nation.
In case you missed it earlier this week, Pitt kinda struggled against Rutgers. And by kinda, we mean the Panthers totally stunk. According to ESPN.com’s “College Basketball Nationg” blog, the Panthers had their worst home performance in more than 60 years, scoring only 39 points in the 23-point embarrassment against the Scarlet Knights.
Texas Tech’s Terran Petteway will miss tomorrow’s game against Texas A&M because coach Billy Gillispie suspended Petteway for elbowing Kansas’ Connor Teahan, earning himself an ejection, according to an Associated Press report.
Chairs, beware. Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said he has no regrets for slamming a chair on the court to motivate the Hawkeyes during a 28-point beatdown at Michigan State, according to an Associated Press report.
Fresh off a national championship in football, Alabama fans got to stick it to LSU once again Wednesday night when the Tigers came to Tuscaloosa. One of the more creative Bama fans brought a sign that mocked the Tigers football team’s struggle in getting past midfield in the BCS Championship Game, writes USA Today’s Nicol Auerbach. Check out the Tide fan’s cheeky taunts here.
Former Clemson guard Cory Stanton hopes he’s found a basketball home in Knoxville after walking on to the Volunteers, according to an Associated Press report. Stanton arrives at Tennessee via Lipscomb after playing one season at Clemson.