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NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Jan 14


Wondering who is playing where and when?  Check out the NC-Double-Eh schedule for which Canadian is representing where ...

As you know, we have highlighted the games that you should make an effort to look at today so check out the Can Ball Report through the afternoon and evening for any game links we can find for you.

 

Jan 14

7:00pm Buffalo @ Bowling Green

7:00pm Citadel @ Chattanooga

7:00pm Boston University @ Binghamton

7:00pm Stetson @ East Tennessee State

7:00pm Southern Utah @ IPFW

7:00pm Long Island @ Wagner – Kyle Johnson has been big for LIU of late hitting for 20 or more points in three of the last four games so look for him to be gunnin’ early.   

7:00pm UNC Greensboro @ Western Carolina – in what may be a sophomore slump for Mutombo, he has picked up his production numbers recently and this could be the game that he breaks out.

7:30pm Quinnipiac @ Central Connecticut State

7:30pm Eastern Illinois @ Eastern Kentucky – another player that has picked up his numbers in recent games, the second half of the season should really be where Oppong turns it up for Eastern Kentucky.

7:30pm Fairleigh Dickinson @ Robert Morris

7:45pm Belmont @ North Florida

8:00pm Florida Atlantic @ Western Kentucky

8:00pm Detroit @ Milwaukee

8:35pm Chicago State @ Houston Baptist

9:00pm Fresno State @ Louisiana Tech – with Tech rolling this season, Ashaolu has also averaging a near double-double on the year while leading the team on the boards.  This should be a good early conference test for him.

10:00pm UC Irvine @ UC Davis

10:05pm UC Riverside @ Cal Northridge

10:30pm Portland @ San Diego

11:00pm Santa Clara @ Pepperdine – Traz has been nothing short of incredible for Santa Clara this season after losing a key big.  He’s hit double figure scoring five of the last six games while managing to foul less as well so this could be a big game for him.

11:00pm (14) Gonzaga @ Saint Mary’s – a Top 25 team in Gonzaga is enough to have you want to watch.  On top of that, all the Canadians are playing big parts to the ranking.