Jordan Bone scored 18 points, Kyle Alexander added 16 and the No. 6 Tennessee men’s basketball team rolled to an 86-41 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne on Tuesday night.
Georgia State scored the final five points in the closing seconds to pull away for a 74-68 victory over ETSU on Tuesday night.
Sophomore forward Mladen Armus led the way with 12 points and 21 rebounds, while Kevon Tucker tallied a game-high 17 points and five assists.
College basketball scheduling expert Mark Adams: “The Power Five and the Big East, they schedule together. It’s a cartel. It’s collusion although it’s legal. Those teams play 88 percent of their nonconference games at home or a neutral site. That stacks all the metrics in their favor.”
When East Tennessee State men’s basketball coach Steve Forbes met with members of the media this week at Wild Wing Cafe, he offered a glimpse into the upcoming season.
East Tennessee State’s basketball teams are ready to tip off the season after the men were picked third and the women shared the role of preseason favorite in the Southern Conference coaches’ poll.
“First and foremost, they’re all graduates and that’s the most important thing. They didn’t let basketball use them. They used basketball to get a great education at East Tennessee State. Then they get the honor of making money doing something they love.”
It wasn’t exactly showtime, but the East Tennessee State men’s basketball team got to perform in front of a live audience Saturday.
Steve Forbes has begun to weave his magic as the East Tennessee State men’s basketball team prepares for the coming season.
ETSU head coach Steve Forbes has announced that the Bucs will join a new scheduling alliance for the 2019-20 season. The Alliance will be a consortium of “like-minded” mid-major programs from multiple conferences for the 2019-20 season.
The ETSU men’s basketball team opens the season Nov. 6 with a trip to Atlanta to take on Georgia State
Recruiting never stops, East Tennessee State men’s basketball coach Steve Forbes says, especially when the summer is about to begin and he still has a scholarship to offer.
Donte DiVincenzo came off the bench to score 31 points Monday and lift Villanova to another blowout tournament victory, this time 79-62 over Michigan for its second title in three seasons.
In front of 13,007 spectators, the largest crowd ever to see a women’s basketball game at Indiana, the Hoosiers held off Virginia Tech 65-57 to capture the championship of the Women’s NIT on Saturday at Assembly Hall.
Arike Ogunbowale’s jumper from the corner with a second left gave the Irish a 91-89 overtime victory Friday night, one that dealt the Huskies a second straight stunning end to an undefeated season in the Final Four