Monthly Archive: December 2015

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Final Stops

Tennessee State won in double overtime, 93-90, but the win was earned in the final seconds of regulation. Divine Myles drove.  He spun and offered a shot from 8′ out.   Defender and TSU’s...

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Southeast Missouri Dismisses Two Players

Both Ladarius Coleman and Marcus Wallace Jr. have been dismissed by the SeMo basketball program. College basketball is a sport, a wonderful sport, but at the end of their eligibility most OVC players will move...

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The Weekend of Opportunity

For OVC teams basketball opponents like Arkansas, Pittsburgh, and Ole Miss are infrequent opportunities.  This Saturday and Sunday several OVC teams will get high major foes to measure against. Ole Miss (6-2) will travel...

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EKU and Belmont Evaluating Broughton Wednesday

Most OVC hoopers are playing a single game this week.  It is Exam Week for most of the conference’s basketball players.  The light basketball week affords conference coaches plenty of recruiting trips. “Coaches from...

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OVC Weekly Awards

All information compiled by the OVC Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations Kyle Schwartz and his office.   adidas® OVC Players of the Week   PLAYER Chris Horton, C • Sr., 6-8, 220 • Decatur, Ga....

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Basketball Hero: Torrance Rowe

It is hard to be a college basketball hero in November, but Torrance Rowe managed. Saturday afternoon Lipscomb point guard Nathan Moran ripped TTU guard Rowe midcourt, only to closely witness a game-winning three-point bomb...

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Crafting a Comeback

Tennessee Tech (5-2) essentially erased a 14 point deficit in the first 2:48 of the second half, ultimately winning 81-78. A sharpshooting Lipscomb Bison (2-7) herd torched the nets in the opening frame to...

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Tigers Coast Leaving Hatters Mad

The Tennessee State Tigers (3-2) were as welcoming as the Keron DeShields scowl to the visitors from Stetson University (2-5), winning 74-54. “It is all starting to tune together,” said TSU forward Wayne Martin. Much...

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Martin Keeps TTU Undefeated at Home

Wild, frenetic play ended the night and Tennessee Tech (6-2) escaped victorious, 63-61.  Neither TTU nor the visiting East Tennessee State (3-4) made a field goal in the final minute.  Fine by Tech, who...

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Career Night for Dylan Windler

Like a classic car Belmont cruised down the lane in the Battle of the Boulevard, winning 105-89 over Lipscomb. Craig Bradshaw jump-started the automobile for 15 first half points and Taylor Barnette brought the...