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NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Feb 17

Wired Wednesday has a lot of college action tonight.  We have a few games to take a look at including Montreal's MoJo, Toronto bigs Andrew Nicholson and Jared Mintz as well as Olu Ashaolu all in action tonight.  Find out who else is playing and when right here ...

As always, we have highlighted the games you should pay extra attention to for tonight.  And remember to check in with the Can Ball Report's Twitter feed for any game links we may find for you. 

 

Feb 17

7:00pm Vermont @ Hartford – Vermont is looking for its 20th win of the season and will look to gain ground on first place Stony Brook.  Montreal’s Maurice Joseph had a good game in the win against New Hampshire going for 16 points, 11 of which came at the line.  He’s hit for double digit scoring in six of the last seven games, five of which were wins.

7:00pm Massachusetts @ George Washington

7:00pm Maine @ New Hampshire

7:00pm (21) Temple @ St Bonaventure – still playing the role of spoiler in the Atlantic-10, the Bonnies will have a tough game against the 21st ranked Owls.  Star post player Andrew Nicholson has been having a stellar sophomore campaign and this season against teams that have been in the Top 25, he has averaged 17.5 points and six rebounds.  This contest could his statement game to close out the season.

7:00pm Fordham @ Richmond

7:00pm Central Michigan @ Ball State

7:00pm Lafayette @ Bucknell­ – with both teams sitting in a tie for 2nd place in the Patriot League, this game will be a big one.  Not only will standings be on the line, but so will bragging rights.  Toronto’s Jared Mintz has been the star of the Leopards all season and against Bucknell on Jan 20, he dropped a double-double (17 points, 11 rebounds) the Bison in the win.  Nova Scotia’s Bryson Johnson is the Bucknell’s Canadian counterpart who has been having a very good freshman season.  Expect what may seem like a battle to the death here. 

7:00pm Bowling Green @ Buffalo

7:00pm Morgan State @ Delaware State

7:00pm Eastern Kentucky @ Morehead State

7:00pm Detroit @ Wright State

7:00pm Wofford @ Davidson

7:00pm UNC Greensboro @ Elon

7:30pm Binghamton @ Boston University – call me the underdog fan, but you gotta love how the Binghamton Bearcats have managed to win games this season despite losing a multitude of players, including two all conference selections. Due to those player losses, others have had to step in and pick the pieces and Toronto’s Chretien Lukusa has done his part.  Scoring more points and handling the ball more this year, he has added offense to his incredible defensive abilities.  This game is a must watch for those who love a success story.

8:00pm Oklahoma State @ Iowa State

8:00pm Texas-San Antonio @ Texas A&M-CC

8:00pm Northwestern State @ McNeese State

9:00pm Oklahoma @ Colorado

10:00pm UC Irvine @ UC Riverside

10:30pm Cal Poly @ Cal Northridge

11:05pm Louisiana Tech @ Utah State – Toronto’s Olu Ashaolu has been playing well all season despite largely playing out of position.  Though his scoring may have come down in the last few weeks, his rebounding has not and he is currently tied for 5th place in the conference.  Expect Olu to man the glass as always in this game, but he will need to give the team a post on the O end for the victory over the top WAC team.