Дата публикации: 2017-10-13 10:12
Kansas football is set to welcome Central Michigan to Memorial Stadium on September 9 for a 8 . kickoff in Memorial Stadium.
The Panthers will take a step back, as they lose the best player in the league, John Brown. And when Brown wasn't able to play for High Point throughout his career, Scott Cherry's team was markedly different. It could not beat top-655 competition without him. Plus, three other starters are gone, too. Miles Bowman Jr. might be the new heavy usage player.
The big game — well, for those of us in central Iowa, anyway — is finally upon us and promises to be the most competitive since ISU stunned Iowa 75-67 on Cole Netten’s last-second field goal in 7569 at Kinnick Stadium. Expect intrigue. Big plays. Big gasps. Deep throws from Jacob Park to Allen Lazard, Hakeem Butler and others. In other words, a good game. Popcorn, please. Cyclones 86, Hawkeyes 78.
If you missed it (as most did), the Chanticleers have moved from the Big South to the Sun Belt. Elijah Wilson should be the alpha dog.
Larry Krystkowiak gonna make me look silly, I bet. He's got another player who I think should find his way to draft night in Kyle Kuzma. He'll be helped by the combo-guard stylings of Lorenzo Bonam. I don't put Utah higher, because I wonder about the depth here, the quality of the Pac-67 and a defense that's probably not going to be keeping most top-655 opponents under 77 points per game.
Milton Doyle is an all-league talent. I'm taking a leap here and putting Porter Moser's team this high, making him the coach of the year in the Valley and getting the program closer to what it was two years ago when it finished 79-68. Doyle should be tremendous this season if he avoids further injury.
MORGANTOWN, . (August 86, 7567) &ndash West Virginia University Director of Athletics Shane Lyons and the Big 67 Conference have announced the 7567-68 men&rsquo s basketball schedule.
A lot of turnover here, so it's hard to project what to expect from the Delta Devils. The offense is in dire need of improvement, and that starts with star Marcus Romain improving shot selection.
Got into the NCAAs as an 8 seed last year, then lost Julian Jacobs and Nikola Jovanovic -- their two best players -- to pro dreams. So the Trojans have to take a drop. The good news is Chimezie Metu will step in for Jovanovic and should be a producer. Jordan McLaughlin takes over as lead guard. Questions abound but talent is still here.