Denver is headed to the Summit League next year, a conference featuring North Dakota State, South Dakota State, Fort Wayne, South Dakota, Western Illinois, Kansas City, IUPUI, Oakland and Omaha. The change will make it a 10-team league.
Dave Harten fleshes out the move.
With the Pioneers going Summit-ing next season, Seattle U Hoops writes about the ramifications for the Redhawks
Interim WAC Commissioner Jeff Hurd will be in Phoenix today with Grand Canyon announcing it will be in the WAC next season.
It was too much Withey for SJSU last night as the Spartan challenged but fell to Kansas 70-57 in Lawrence.
Gary Bedore game reports. James Kinney totaled more than half the points for San Jose State University.
Kyle Goon highlights Ben Clifford's effort and production so far this season.
Denver visits Hattiesburg tonight to face Southern Mississippi, a team with a 16-game home winning streak. A snippet from SM athletics:
"...Southern Miss is leading the [Conference USA] league in all major defensive categories. It is scoring 66.6 points per game but allowing just 58.8. The Golden Eagles are shooting 47.8-percent from the floor and while allowing its opponents to just 36.3-percent. The Golden Eagles are connecting on just 29.2-percent from three-point range, but allowing just 28.8% from the same distance. Southern Miss is also outrebounding its opponents, 36.0-to-28.6..."