Monthly Archive: November 2014

Forwards lead Southeast Missouri 0

Forwards lead Southeast Missouri

Energy coupled with skill can be a dangerous amalgamation. Saturday night in the Bootheel of Missouri, an energetic Southeast Missouri (3-3) toppled Alabama A&M (1-4), 85-51. The whole town of Cape Girardeau got in...

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Governors fall to Illinois

For Austin Peay men’s basketball fans, two games were played at the State Farm Center, in Champaign, Illinois. Ultimately Illinois defeated the visiting Governors, 107-66. For the first 8:30, the Govs game plan hit...

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Hottest Shooter in America

The accuracy of big numbers is unavailable mere days into the 2014-2015 season, so identifying the best shooter is impossible. It is not however impossible to affix a tag of Hottest Shooter in America....

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Belmont Coasts in Battle of Boulevard

The Killer B’s of Belmont scorched Allen Arena on Lipscomb University campus Monday night, 87-62. Lipscomb (1-1) hosted Belmont (1-1) in the 135th meeting of the Nashville private universities. Though the Lipscomb Bison entered...

First Impression: Corban Collins 0

First Impression: Corban Collins

Leagues like the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC), Missouri Valley Conference, and Conference USA are noticing a deluge of secondary market talent of late. Libraries of online content are devoted to predicting where high school...

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OVC Championship Remains in Downtown Nashville

The Ohio Valley Conference has locked down a home for its Men’s Basketball Championship through 2017. “We are delighted to continue our relationship with both Municipal Auditorium and the city of Nashville,” said OVC...

First Impression: PG Tre’ Ivory 0

First Impression: PG Tre’ Ivory

After sweeping their exhibition slate Austin Peay appears set with freshman Tre’ Ivory (Louisville, Kentucky/Trinity) as the Sixth Man. Ivory averaged 20.0 mpg, 3.5 ppg, and 3.0 apg.  Tre’ is not the first Ivory to...

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First Impression: Austin Peay SG Khalil Davis

The Governors of Austin Peay kicked off their 2014-2015 exhibition season Saturday evening.  A return to relevance in the Ohio Valley Conference West division requires tighter defense and impact newcomers. In junior college transfer...