Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Tuesday News and Notes

Tuesday, November 21, 2006



Bowling Green-Toledo

Toledo Blade

Both teams will bring 4-7 overall marks into Tuesday night’s game at the Glass Bowl.


Mississippi State-Clemson

Press Notes

Clemson has jumped out to a 5-0 start for just the third time in the last 10 years. Clemson starting forward Sam Perry missed the second half against Appalachian State with a mild concussion, but he is expected to return for the Mississippi State game on Tuesday evening. Mississippi State enters Tuesday’s game with a 2-1 record. All three of the contests have been at home, victories over Nicholls and Loyola Marymount, and a 74-63 loss to Winthrop. Mississippi State won 15 games last year, but had won at least 20 games in each of the four previous years. Joe Duffy’s sports betting selections are at www.GodsTips.com   

Vanderbilt-Wake Forest

Press Notes

Wake Forest, 3-0, is coming off a 73-48 victory over visiting Elon Friday night The Deacons, one of college basketball’s youngest teams, have typically started two freshmen, two sophomores and a senior. Vanderbilt, 0-1, continues its difficult season-opening schedule Tuesday. The Commodores opened the season with an 86-70 loss to visiting Georgetown Wednesday night. Vanderbilt went 17-13 last season and advanced to the postseason NIT. MasterLockLine.com has the top plays from the top sports service in their highest ranked sports.    

Kansas State-New Mexico

Press Notes

After three games in five days to open the season, New Mexico gets to catch its breath before the next game Tuesday against Kansas State. New Mexico is 3-0 after big wins over Abilene Christian, Sacramento State and Colorado. The Lobos’ last 4-0 start was in 2004-05. UNM’s victory margin is 38 points following a resounding 106-65 triumph over Colorado. New Mexico is 36-3 at home since the 2004-05 season. It’s early, but Tuesday’s game certainly looks like a conflict of styles. New Mexico is among the nation’s leaders in scoring (96.3 ppg), scoring margin (+38.0), FG percentage (54.2%), 3-pointers (12.0 pg) and 3-point FG% (41.9%). Kansas State is allowing just 50.5 points and 30% accuracy from the floor, 27% from 3-point. Not surprising, New Mexico has averaged 66.3 FG attempts through the first three games compared to 50.5 in 30 games last year.


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