NC-Double-Eh Schedule for New Year's Eve and Day



With this being New Year's Eve and all, The Can Ball Report will give the last schedule post of 2009 and the first of 2010.  There are some big games going on to give you something to ring in the new year with so check it out in the only NCAA schedule that matters to Canadian basketball fans. 

As always, all the highlighted games are ones that you should take a good look at because they are especially worth seeing. 

 

Dec 31

Detroit @ Illinois-Chicago

Penn St-Behrend @ Cornell

Louisiana-Lafayette @ Western Kentucky

Evergreen State @ Portland

Sacramento State @ Eastern Washington

Richmond @ Wake Forest

Arizona @ USC

Oral Roberts @ South Dakota State – Kai Williams has finally been finding his stride this season for SDSU so this should be a game to watch. 

Cal Poly @ Cal Bakersfield – last year’s starting point guard Alex Johnson has not played this regular season yet so let’s see if you plays this game.

Oklahoma @ Gonzaga – after the thumping of Eastern Washington a few days ago, this should be a big close out game for our Canadians boys playing for the Zags.  Also should be interesting to see Sacre match up with Mississauga’s Ryan Wright on Oklahoma.

 

Jan 1

McNeese State @ (20) Texas Tech – seeing as it’s the only game on today featuring a Canadian it’s our pick.  It will be interesting to see how Deigo Kapelan handles the Texas Tech defense.

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