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Iowa 95, Chicago St 62

--B1G goes 11-1 on opening night with 10 blowouts. Indiana keeps the league from getting too big of a head. NU & Michigan open tomorrow.


Kansas 92, Tenn St 56

N Dakota 83, Troy 80 in Hawaii

--Coach Fran recommends the Troy team leaves the floor without shaking hands

Edited by throwback

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Opening weekend for NU opponents - lots of mismatches


B1G went 22-1. Only 4 of the 22 wins were by single digits.


North Texas 1-0

(W, 122-65) Eureka College


St. John’s 1-0

(W, 77-61) New Orleans


North Dakota 1-1

(W, 83-80) Troy

(L, 78-81) Hawaii


UCF 1-0

(W, 88-79) Mercer


West Virginia 0-1

(L, 65-88) Texas A&M


Marist 0-1

(L, 76-84) Lehigh


Missouri 1-0

(W, 74-59) Iowa St


Long Beach St 1-0

(W, 83-71) San Francisco


Oregon St 1-0

(W, 99-82) Southern Utah


Boston College 2-0

(W, 85-65) Maine

(W, 91-52) South Carolina St


Creighton 2-0

(W, 92-76) Yale

(W, 109-72) Alcorn St


Kansas 1-0

(W, 92-56) Tennessee St


UTSA 1-0

(W, 92-59) East Central


Delaware St 1-0

(W, 71-50) Cairn


Stetson 1-0

(W, 98-89) Webber International




Illinois 2-0

(W, 102-55) Southern

(W, 77-74) Tenn-Martin


Indiana 1-1

(L, 69-90) Indiana St

(W, 86-77) Howard


Iowa 2-0

(W, 95-62) Chicago St

(W, 92-58) Alabama St


Maryland 2-0

(W, 76-61) Stony Brook

(W, 96-43) Md-Eastern Shore


Michigan 1-0

(W, 86-66) North Florida


Michigan St 1-0

(W, 98-66) North Florida


Minnesota 1-0

(W, 92-77) USC-Upstate


Northwestern 1-0

(W, 77-75) Loyola-Md


Ohio St 2-0

(W, 95-64) Robert Morris

(W, 82-72) Radford


Penn St 2-0

(W, 86-75) Campbell

(W, 81-57) Fairleigh Dickenson


Purdue 2-0

(W, 105-74) SIU-Edwardsville

(W, 111-42) Chicago St


Rutgers 2-0

(W, 94-38) CCNY

(W, 71-67) Central Conn St


Wisconsin 2-0

(W, 85-50) South Carolina St

(W, 89-61) Yale


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Iowa's non-con schedule ... It's like the SWAC/MEAC challenge, with a couple of in-state games thrown in. Plus, their first two conference games are at home against PSU and at Indiana. Look for Hawkeye hype come January. They should be 16-2 heading into Jan. 20 home game against Purdue.

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7 hours ago, throwback said:

Milwaukee 74, ISU 56


That's what happens when you become a football school.


Here's a minor point in defense of our Iowa St. scrimmage result:  Cameron Lard (F) played against us -- and he hasn't played in a game since.

In our scrimmage, Cameron Lard had 13 points on 5-8 from the field (no 3 attempts) and 3-5 from the line, with 6 rebounds and 5 blocks.

But still . . .   

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Nebraska isn't in the same UNIVERSE as Duke and MSU, let alone on anything even remotely resembling the same level.  WOW!


This could easily be a preview of the National Championship game.

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