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NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Jan 4

Looking for which Canadian baller is playing where in the NCAA tonight?  Check out our NC-Double-Eh schedule right here.

As always, we have higlighted the games we feel you should take an extra look for our up and coming Canadian ballers.  Also, we have added the game times as well with all starts in Eastern Standard Time.  Check out the Can Ball Report's Twitter account for any games links that we can find. 


Jan 4

7:00pm Texas A&M-CC @ (25) Florida State

7:00pm Wagner @ Brown

7:00pm Princeton @ Maine

7:00pm Northeastern @ Virginia Commonwealth

7:00pm Bucknell @ Dartmouth – Bryson Johnson is really showing now that he can play but this is the first game back from the break so there may be a wall to be hit.

7:00pm American @ Columbia

7:00pm Fairfield @ Niagara – after a break out game a few days ago in a loss, Niagara’s Eric Williams should be watched to see that break out continues.

7:00pm Long Island @ Bethune-Cookman

7:00pm Central Connecticut State @ Colgate

7:00pm Samford @ Davidson – Will Archambault has expanded his overall game this season so this should be a good indication of how he’ll play in the second half. 

7:30pm Austin Peay @ Eastern Kentucky

8:00pm McNeese State @ North Florida – after his big game against at ranked team a few days ago, I would expect him to go off again in this game.

8:00pm Maryland-Eastern Shore @ Oklahoma

8:00pm Utah State @ Louisiana Tech – Olu Ashoalu has been having monster games of late and had his seventh double-double of the season with his 14 point, 12 rebound effort against Nevada. 

8:15pm Stetson @ Belmont

9:00pm Mississippi State @ Western Kentucky

10:00pm Cal Northridge @ UC Davis

10:00pm Harvard @ Santa Clara – it seems that Marc Trasolini has been coming off the bench the last few games for the Broncos but that hasn’t stopped his production at all. 

10:05pm Cal Poly @ UC Irvine

11:00pm Nevada @ New Mexico State

12:05am Boise State @ Hawaii – Hawaii’s Paul Campbell has had two career games this past week where he had big double-doubles.  Could this be a turning point for him late in his senior season?