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The NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Nov. 11

Today marks two great days:  First, November 11 is Rememberance Day so take some time to remember the sacrifices of men and women; Second, it's the beginning of the NC-Double-Eh season with a fantastic Friday of action from morning to late evening.  Needless to say, there will be a whole slew of Canadians playing today so check out our list and head over to the nearest TV or secluded cubicle at work and soak it all in in the start to the road to the Final Four ...




For the Men ...

Marquee Matchup

7:00pm Cornell at St. Bonaventure – With the pre season nominations for both the Wooden and Naismith Awards, the microscope trains straight on Andrew Nicholson beginning tonight.  Cornell will likely double and triple team him throughout the contest and it will be good to see how his body and game has improved since last season.  On top of that, we’ll get to see an improved Matthew Wright and the athletic Chris Johnson for sure. 


And everyone else is playing  ...

4:30pm Montana State at Arizona State

5:00pm Northeastern at Boston University

7:00pm Maryland-Eastern Shore at George Washington – Will Dwayne Smith’s role expand again this season?  His involvement in this first game could be a big indicator.

7:00pm MIT at Harvard

7:00pm UNC-Asheville at North Carolina State

7:00pm Tennessee-Martin at Louisville

7:00pm Albany at PittKhem Birch has been looking good in the pre season.  Albany is not one of the strongest of teams so look for Khem to get some major touches here on O while he plays his signature D. 

7:00pm Suffolk University at New Hampshire

7:00pm Lake Erie College at Detroit

7:00pm Long Island at Hofstra

7:00pm Tennessee Tech at Miami (FL)

7:00pm Rider at Robert Morris

7:00pm Western Carolina at South Carolina

7:30pm American University at Richmond

7:30pm Alabama State at Marshall

8:00pm Southeast Missouri State at Missouri

8:00pm USC Upstate at Arkansas

8:00pm Bucknell at Minnesota – With Mike Muscala drawing all the attention in the middle for Bucknell, Bryson Johnson should have many good looks from outside, where he shot almost 75% of his FG attempts last season.  Having Johnson trying to get his shot off against the Minnesota perimeter defense will be interesting to watch.  On a side note, Toronto’s Maurice Walker will be back in the lineup after he ended his year early last winter due to injury. 

8:00pm Arkansas-Little Rock at Tulsa

8:00pm Guilford at Davidson

8:05pm North Carolina A&T at Creighton

8:30pm Mount St. Mary’s at Marquette – This should be the first game that Junior Cadougan starts at the point for the Golden Eagles. 

9:00pm Elon at Massachusetts

9:30pm Troy at Texas TechTy Nurse should have the reigns of the offense.  It will be interesting to see this contest. 

10:00pm Central Arkansas at StanfordDwight Powell should have a feast at the expense of Central Arkansas tonight.  In what should be a blowout win for the Cardinal, it will be interesting to see what he looks like on both ends of the floor here.  Thornhill, ON’s Stefan Nastic should also see some floor time here.

10:00pm Oregon @ Vanderbilt – Olu Ashaolu makes his Ducks, and high major college, debut tonight.  This could be a really good match up since Vanderbilt has three legit next level players, one of whom will likely be defending him in Jeff Taylor. 

10:00pm Texas Southern at Baylor – It will be interesting to see if Brady Heslip is the lead guard to start the season over the quicker and more athletic Pierre Jackson.  He’s been predicted to so let’s see if the experts are right.  And when he’s in the game, look for him to have the green light from deep.

10:30pm California Merced at Santa Clara

10:30pm UC Irvine at Cal

11:05pm Eastern Washington at Gonzaga – How will Rob Sacre’s season start off:  with him as a beast or as the Rob from last year that left critics wanting more?  We’ll also get to see Kevin Pangos who should be one of the two guards on the floor to start the game. 



And the Women ...

11:00am Fairleigh Dickinson at Boston College

12:00pm Vermont at Columbia – There are three Canadians on this roster, all of whom should play heavy minutes. 

2:00pm Arkansas vs. Minnesota

3:00pm Lehigh at La Salle

4:00pm Eastern Michigan at Northeastern

4:30pm Michigan at Florida – The debut of Kendra Seto in the blue and maize will be an interesting watch, especially for the people at Vermont who lost her when she transferred.

5:00pm East Carolina at Charleston

5:00pm Kent State at Marshall

5:30pm Davidson at Clemson

6:00pm Washington State at Penn State

7:00pm Rhode Island at Delaware

7:00pm Buffalo at Niagara

7:00pm Wagner at Army

7:00pm Mount St. Mary’s at Binghamton

7:00pm IPFW at Cincinnati

7:00pm Bryant at Colgate

7:00pm Sacred Heart at Siena

7:00pm Duquesne at St. Francis (PA) – Wumi Agunbiade will look to take that first step to upper level status with this game.

7:00pm Akron at Notre Dame

7:00pm Loyola (MD) at Maryland

7:00pm New Mexico at Texas Tech

7:30pm Northern Arizona at Colorado

7:30pm Southern Oregon at Boise State

7:30pm New Hampshire at Brown

7:30pm Howard at Baylor

8:00pm New Mexico State at Houston

8:00pm Green Bay at North Dakota State – Redshirt freshman Megan Lukan should see some good floor time after missing last season and looking very good in the Phoenix’s pre season.  

8:00pm Stanford at Texas

8:00pm Tennessee State at Cleveland State

8:05pm Detroit at Indiana State – Is this the year that Yar Shayok steps in to be the (wo) man for the Lady Titans?  This game could be a good indicator.

9:00pm Montana State at Portland

10:00pm Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii

10:00pm Utah Valley at Long Beach State

10:00pm UC Santa Barbara at Seattle U – Senior Elle Kerfoot should have the ball and the green light all season starting here.


All games in EST so yeah, keep that in mind when trying to plan your viewing ....