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by Sartaj Aujla
Penn State hangs on in the final seconds to pass by Cornell to the final score of 72-71.
The Nittany Lions will play Drexel and the Big Red will face University of Southern California in their next games of the Charleston Classic. Both games will be on Sunday.
D.J Newbill lead Penn state in scoring with 26 points, while Robert Hatter and Galal Cancer led Cornell with 17 apiece.
The game stayed even in the beginning of the 1st half but soon drifted off in Cornell’s favor as the Big Red went on a 8-1 run to a 17-7 advantage with 12:54 left in the 1st half.
Cornell would find another offensive spark later on in the 1st as an 11-5 run built their lead to ten over Penn State. The Nittany Lions would eventually cut the lead to nine before the end of the half at 28-37.
Penn State cut the lead to 1 after a 9-2 run to open up the second half, however Cornell would respond with a 12-2 run fueled by Robert Hatter and Galal Cancer.
Penn State would rally in the final seconds and be within one after John Johnson made a three-point jumper with only four seconds left. Cornell would get the ball back but Penn State player Shep Garner would steal the ball and swing it to D.J Newbill who drove into the paint for a layup and scores before time expired. The Nittany Lions would walk away with a victory to the score of 72-71.
Penn State will square off with the Drexel Dragons, as Cornell will face the USC Trojans next in the Charleston Classic. Both games will be this Sunday.
by Sartaj Aujla
CHARLESTON, S.C – Charlotte overcame a seven point deficit at halftime and defeated a favorited South Carolina team to the final score of 65-63 to advance to the Charleston Classic Championship.
Charlotte will face the University of Miami Hurricanes in the Charleston Classic championship game on Sunday.
South Carolina will face the Akron Zips in the Third Place game on Sunday, November 23rd at 6:30 p.m.
Charlotte had four players in double figures scoring, with Braxton Ogbeuze leading with 14 points. South Carolina had three players in double figures scoring, with Sindarius Thornwell leading with 20 points.
The 49ers were down 14 points with 5:21 left in the 1st half, but went on an 11-4 run to end the half down by 7 to the score of 29-36.
Charlotte was able to take the lead three minutes into the 2nd half when Willie Clayton made a layup from an assist by Braxton Ogbueze, bringing the score to 40-38.
Charlotte would then run away with the win as a key five second violation from the Gamecocks would turn the ball over to the 49ers with under 14 seconds left. The game would end and Charlotte would punch their ticket to the championship match to the score of 65-63.
South Carolina will face off with the Akron Zips in the third place game on Sunday.
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CHARLESTON, S.C — Benjamin Genet and Jonah Spoerndle recap the University of Akron Men’s Basketball team’s loss to the University of Miami Hurricanes in the Charleston Classic. Akron will play Sunday, November 23rd 2014 in the Third Place game against the loser of the Charlotte – South Carolina game in the tournament.
CHARLESTON, S.C — Benjamin Genet catches up with Head Coach Keith Dambrot after the Akron Zips Men’s Basketballs loss to the University of Miami (FL) Hurricanes in the Charleston Classic.
by Sartaj Aujla
CHARLESTON, S.C — Akron Zips Men’s Basketball fell to the University of Miami (FL) Hurricanes to the final score of 79-51.
Akron Center Pat Forsythe and Wing Jake Kretzer led the Zips in scoring with 11 apiece. Miami Guard Sheldon McClellan led the Hurricanes with 17 points.
“We just didn’t move the ball well enough.” Head Coach Keith Dambrot said after the game. “We kind of splintered, we got the ball down in, and could not score it.”
Akron will get the day off tomorrow as they prepare to face the loser of the Charlotte 49ers – South Carolina Gamecocks matchup in the third place game Sunday night at 6:30 p.m.
Akron opened up with a 5-0 run contributed by Guards Niles Evans and Noah Robotham. The Miami Hurricanes stopped the run with a three made by Gaurd Angel Rodriguez.
Akron would be down by two with eight minutes left in the 1st half, but Pat Forsythe would have the Zips next six points to battle the Hurricanes three points to have Akron regain the lead 24-21.
The 1st half would end in the Hurricanes favor, as Miami’s 58% field goal shooting in the 1st would lead them to a 35 – 30 advantage at halftime. Akron only shot 38% from the field, but was able to still be within 5.
However, the 2nd half would tell a different story.
Miami (FL) would open with a 13-3 run, bringing the score to 33-48 with 14:50 left in the 2nd half.
The Hurricane’s offensive surge would also translate to their defensive game, as Miami dominated on both ends of the floor in the 2nd half. A layup made by Miami Guard JaQuan Newton would seal the deal, as the game ended to the final score of 79-51 Miami.
Pat Forsythe started off well with eight points in the first half, but only finished with three more points in the 2nd half.
“He may have tired a little bit.” Coach Dambrot commented about Forsythe’s performance in the 2nd half. “He’s been a guy that plays 16-17 minutes a game, so this is the most that he has ever played.”
Akron would end up shooting only 33.3% from field goal range, and 38.9% from 3-point range.
Miami ended the night shooting 59.3% from the field, while shooting a key 47.1% from 3 point range, making 8-17 three point shots, with 4 of those coming in the 2nd half.
Akron’s next game will be on Sunday at 6:30 p.m, where they will have a chance to finish in third place in the Charleston Classic. The Zips will face the loser of Charlotte – South Carolina.
Sartaj Aujla and Jonah Spoerndle preview the Akron Zips Men’s Basketball team’s matchup against the Miami (FL) Hurricanes at the Charleston Classic in Charleston, South Carolina.
I have been a Cleveland Browns fan for many years, and I know that the Cleveland fans deserve a winner more than anything. However, this constant complaining just to complain is getting ridiculous.The Browns stand at 6-4 after 10 games. That is SIX VICTORIES!!! A feat that has only been done FOUR times since the Browns rejoined the league in 1999.
Here is a breakdown of records that the hallowed brown and orange have had at the ten game mark since re-emerging. Once we were 1-9, three years of 2-8 and 3-7, FIVE times we have been 4-6, once at 5-5, and two other times we were 6-4.
The first year that we started the season with six victories was 2001 and this town elated and talking playoffs only to have the team fall flat on their faces by losing 5 of the last 6 games. The other season was 2007, and lo and behold, that team managed to gain 4 more triumphs, but missed out on the playoffs.
Here we are in 2014 and our Browns stand at 6-4, near the top of the rugged AFC North division, and what is all the hype about…
Johnny Football! Johnny Football!
Enough already! Mr. Manziel needs to stay where he is right now, as Johnny Bench. I get tired of hearing that the struggles of the Cleveland Browns this year is all because of Brian Hoyer, because it is not!I will admit that Hoyer is not having a stellar season, but the strains of our beloved Browns offense do not rest on his shoulders.
I want to throw some numbers at you from the “great” season of 2007 and compare them to this year. In 2007, Derek Anderson had a Pro-Bowl year. Let’s look at his numbers at the 10-game mark and compare them to Brian Hoyer’s 2014 numbers.
Derek Anderson Comp-Att 188-330 Yards 2505 TD 20 INT 10 Brian Hoyer Comp-Att 181-325 Yards 2542 TD 11 INT 5
Are you shocked that Hoyer has more yards than Anderson? The attempts and completions are almost identical. Anderson actually threw TWICE as many interceptions. I know that all of you Manziel fans are going to immediately point to the TD stat and complain that Hoyer doesn’t produce the touchdowns. Well part of that is Hoyer does not have the team around him that Anderson did. We don’t have Jamal Lewis on his way to 1300+ yards for the season, nor do we have the receivers of the caliber of Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow Jr that caught almost anything thrown their direction. Rookie Joe Thomas started all 16 games that year, along with Eric Steinbach, Hank Fraley, and Kevin Shaffer. Seth McKinney and Ryan Tucker split the time at right guard equally. So that offensive line was intact all year. How is this offensive line doing in that department?
Let’s stop complaining about what this team SHOULD be doing, or clamoring for a quarterback change and enjoy what they are doing right on the field.
Oh and as one last note to all of this, those of you who keep saying, “Johnny should be playing because we spent the 22nd pick on him.” In 2007, while Derek Anderson was putting up almost IDENTICAL numbers and producing the SAME amount of victories and Brian Hoyer, on the bench was one Brady Quinn who had been picked in the draft with guess what……the 22nd pick.
South Carolina overpowered Cornell tonight 69-45 to reach the next round of the Charleston Classic. Sindarius Thornwell had a great performance for the Gamecocks scoring 14 with 4 rebounds and one steal. Mindaugas Kacinas also had a great showing scoring 10 points with 11 rebounds.
Cornell was dominated in almost every facet of the game. They were outrebounded by South Carolina 43-31. They were also crushed in bench points 35-12. In total they recorded 17 turnovers while shooting 26% from the field.
One bright spot for Cornell was Jojo fallas who came off the bench to score 11 points.
Cornell and South Carolina traded baskets to start out the game before South Carolina broke out for a 13-0 run with 10:14 left in the half. Cornell kept the deficit within single digits until the end of the half when South Carolina went on a 7-0 run to close it out at 35-21.
Sindarius Thornwell had 10 points 2 rebounds and a steal to lead the Gamecocks. Devin Cherry was big for Cornell at the half with 8 points 4 rebounds an assist and 2 steals.
Turnovers were a problem for Cornell as they recorded 13 in the first half alone.
South Carolina came out firing again in the 2nd half going on a 20-6 run to bump their lead to 28 points with 10:32 to play. The gamecocks switched to autopilot from that point on and relied on their stingy defense to finish off a 24 point victory.
The Gamecocks will advance to the next round to face off against Charlotte at 7:00 pm tomorrow. Cornell will go to battle against Penn St at 9:00 pm.