College hoops

College Hoops 2K8 is a video game by Visual Concepts and 2K Sports. It was released on November 19, 2007 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3. The cover features Greg Oden, formerly of the Ohio State Buckeyes. Almost every school competing in Division I NCAA college basketball at the time was included in 2K8, including recent additions South Carolina-Upstate, Cal State-Bakersfield and Florida Gulf Coast.
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  • Sullivan, Lovan spark UAB past UTEP 76-63 with big 2nd half
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    Sullivan, Lovan spark UAB past UTEP 76-63 with big 2nd half

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Lewis Sullivan scored 18 points with 10 rebounds and Tavin Lovan threw down a powerful tomahawk dunk that gave UAB the lead for good, defeating UTEP 76-63 Thursday night. The freshman Lovan finished with 14 points — all after halftime— for UAB (11-7, 3-2 Conference USA), which won for the fourth straight time at home. Zack Bryant also scored 14 points and Tyreek Scott-Grayson added 10. Evan Gilyard scored 25 points, Nigel Hawkins added 17 with five 3-pointers for UTEP (6-10, 1-4). Efe Odigie pitched in 10 points and 10 rebounds, the freshman's seventh double-double. The Blazers trailed 32-29 at the break, but Sullivan hit a jump shot and Lovan a fastbreak layup for a 33-32

  • USC's Andy Enfield keeps pushing for victories against UCLA off the court
    Los Angeles Times

    USC's Andy Enfield keeps pushing for victories against UCLA off the court

    It started with point guard Jordan McLaughlin, USC's first signee who carried a UCLA offer. It followed to big men Bennie Boatwright, who was considered a strong Bruin lean, and Chimezie Metu, who blossomed late and received UCLA interest long after USC had embedded itself. The momentum has continued to this 2019 recruiting class, a consensus top-three group of five players that includes four blue-chip talents from across L.A. who luckily for USC did not have a preference for blue blood.

  • UMass visits VCU, tries to correct woes in close games
    Daily Hampshire Gazette

    UMass visits VCU, tries to correct woes in close games

    AMHERST — At this point, few people who have watched UMass play the last two weeks can't see the potential bursting at the seams. All four games the Minutemen have played against Atlantic 10 foes have been within a possession in the last five minutes of the game. Wednesday's loss to George Mason was the most lopsided deficit UMass has faced at the two-minute mark in conference play at seven points, and the Minutemen still fought back to make it a one-possession game with 57 seconds left. Yet UMass enters Saturday's 6:30 p.m. contest at VCU staring at an 0-4 conference mark and in danger of dropping its first five conference games for the first time in 15 years. Realistically though, that record

  • Edwards helps Arizona St hold on to edge Oregon St 70-67
    The Des Moines Register

    Edwards helps Arizona St hold on to edge Oregon St 70-67

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona State's struggles at the free throw line helped Oregon State mount a late comeback. But when the Sun Devils needed two foul shots the most, Rob Edwards delivered. Edwards' 13 points included two clutch free throws with 12.1 seconds to play, and Arizona State held on to hand Oregon State its first Pac-12 loss of the season, 70-67 on Thursday night. Edwards is statistically the top free throw shooter for Arizona State among regular players at 23 of 26 on the season. "I've got a lot of confidence in myself when I shoot from long range," Edwards said, "so when I'm at the free throw line, that's close range so I don't think about missing at all." The Sun Devils (12-5, 3-2

  • Hot-shooting Villanova beats Xavier for 6th straight win
    The Associated Press

    Hot-shooting Villanova beats Xavier for 6th straight win

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Midway through the second half against Xavier, Villanova's Phil Booth launched a 3-pointer that bounced high off the rim before dropping through the net.

  • Ah okay whatever fine here's an IU-Purdue preview
    The Crimson Quarry

    Ah okay whatever fine here's an IU-Purdue preview

    Indiana and Purdue will play a basketball game tomorrow. Someone will win and someone will lose. The team that scores more points will be in a good position to win the basketball game. A key to the game will be making basketball shots. Well hey cool man that's fun now isn't it let's watch some Kalen DeBoer offensive tape I agree, let's do that. Do you like well-designed screen-actions with innovative Bob Stitt like pre-snap concepts? Do we love that, folks? Something something Archie Miller Matt Painter whatever man. You're hearing it more and more that Kalen DeBoer is America's #1 All Time Playcaller. You do, you do hear that. Is it fully true? I don't know folks it's hard to say. But we're

  • Lansing State Journal

    College basketball: Ticket prices for Michigan State's games with Michigan keep going up

    From 'Hamiltion' to college hoops, expect an extremely eventful year with plenty of excitement. EAST LANSING -- If you want a ticket to the March 9 Michigan State-Michigan men's basketball game at Breslin Center for under $200, you might want to act fast.  A single upper bowl ticket is already comparable in price to the cheapest tickets for NCAA Final Four events in recent years, said Brian Posey, an Okemos-based ticket broker.  "It's been a long time since Michigan State has seen a game likes this," Posey said Friday.  The good news: Posey doesn't expect the cheapest upper bowl tickets to increase much in price between now and tip-off.  Brokers have found it difficult to buy more tickets because

  • Brownlow's GIFs: Will topsy-turvy week extend into this weekend's ACCtion?
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    Brownlow's GIFs: Will topsy-turvy week extend into this weekend's ACCtion?

    This week's ACCtion has been pretty crazy. Duke lost at home as the No. 1 team to a team not named North Carolina for the first time ever. NC State lost at Wake Forest. Yes, that really happened. Somehow. Florida State lost at Pittsburgh while Duke was losing to Syracuse. If an FSU basketball team loses a bad road game in the forest, does it make a sound? I'm not sure if I did that right. Pitt isn't in a forest. FSU does have a Trent Forrest. North Carolina flirted with losing to Notre Dame, but remembered that their head coach ordered an ugly WIN and not an ugly LOSS and sent it back to the kitchen. Louisville, a game removed from blowing out North Carolina on the road, had their closest ACC

  • No. 19 Maryland tops Ohio State 75-61 for 7th straight win
    Cincinnati.com

    No. 19 Maryland tops Ohio State 75-61 for 7th straight win

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Maryland's depth and shooting touch were too much for Ohio State. Anthony Cowan Jr. scored 20 points, and the 19th-ranked Terrapins won their seventh straight game, 75-61 over the skidding Buckeyes on Friday night. Bruno Fernando added 13 points on 5-of-6 shooting and had 15 rebounds for Maryland (16-3, 7-1 Big Ten), which shot 58.1 percent from the field. Aaron Wiggins and Darryl Morsell each scored 11, and Jalen Smith had 10. The Terrapins went 11 of 17 (64.7 percent) from 3-point range. "We had great depth tonight," Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said. "We really shared the ball." C.J. Jackson scored 15 points for the Buckeyes (12-5, 2-4), who lost their fourth straight.

  • The Chattanoogan

    Covenant Men Win 94-89 At Greensboro

    Will Crumly and Mitchell Hollis combined for 46 points and the Covenant men's basketball team remained unbeaten in the USA South after a 94-89 victory over Greensboro on Friday evening inside Hanes Gymnasium. Covenant (10-6, 9-0 USA South) has won five straight games for a second time this season and continues a program-record start to league play at 9-0. It was the first win inside Hanes Gymansium in four tries for the Scots. The Scots built a 16-point lead in the first half, but Greensboro (2-15, 1-8 USA South) battled back in the second half. The teams traded leads over the final 10 minutes of action before Covenant took the lead for good on a pair of Tavian Roundtree free throws that made

  • Niyo: Worthy of No. 1? Michigan about to find out if it's legit
    The Detroit News

    Niyo: Worthy of No. 1? Michigan about to find out if it's legit

    Michigan coach talks about the keys to Saturday's 12 p.m. matchup against Wisconsin at the Kohl Center. Ann Arbor – The way Ignas Brazdeikis sees it, everybody else is just catching up. Asked Friday to pinpoint when exactly he felt Michigan had made its case for being the No. 1 team in the country, Brazdeikis, the Wolverines' brash-talking freshman forward, smiled and answered without hesitation. “As soon as I stepped in the gym,” he replied. He didn't mean that selfishly, of course. “Our team's No. 1, always -- that's just the kind of competitor I am,” he added. “But I felt like we were No. 1 right away, and now it's coming to realization.” It's coming up in conversation now, to be sure. And

  • College basketball: Zach Norvell helps No. 5 Gonzaga beat Loyola Marymount
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    College basketball: Zach Norvell helps No. 5 Gonzaga beat Loyola Marymount

    Zach Norvell Jr. scored 17 points and No. 5 Gonzaga used a stout defense to beat Loyola Marymount 73-55 on Thursday night, the eighth consecutive win for the Bulldogs since a pair of losses knocked them out of the top spot in The AP Top 25.

  • St. Joe's drops to 1-5 in A-10 with loss to Saint Louis
    NBC Sports Philadelphia

    St. Joe's drops to 1-5 in A-10 with loss to Saint Louis

    St. Joe's on Friday night fell to 1-5 in the Atlantic 10 with a 68-57 loss to Saint Louis.

  • Wigginton will return to Iowa State starting lineup, but will it be Saturday?
    The Des Moines Register

    Wigginton will return to Iowa State starting lineup, but will it be Saturday?

    Steve Prohm says Lindell Wigginton will return to the starting lineup sometime AMES, Ia. – Iowa State's basketball starting lineup will change soon, but for Saturday's 5 p.m. game against Oklahoma State at Hilton Coliseum? Stay tuned. Coach Steve Prohm Friday sort of answered the question everyone's been asking for a couple weeks — the one about when now-healthy Lindell Wigginton will start again. Yes, he said — but that's where he left it. “We've talked. That'll happen at some point,” Prohm said before practice. “I thought at Texas Tech, he played well.” Wigginton played 30 minutes during last Wednesday's 68-64 victory at the ninth-ranked Red Raiders. He's been entering the game with around

  • LCC coach on the verge of history
    WSYM

    LCC coach on the verge of history

    LANSING, Mich. — LCC Men's Basketball Coach, Mike Ingram will be coaching what could become his 600th career win 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 at the Gannon Gym on the Downtown Campus of Lansing Community College. Coach Ingram and the Stars will take on the Vikings of Glen Oaks Community College. Ingram served as LCC's assistant coach in 1988 when the Men's team won the NJCAA National Championship, then taking over as head coach in the 1990-91 season and has coached his teams to 4th place, 5th place, 6th place, and 8th place National NJCAA tournament finishes, while leading his teams to 19 MCCAA Western Conference Championships. Ingram was named Region XII Coach of the Year in 1990-91 and 2005-06,