Sunday, November 30, 2008

Around The Big East

In an ugly, turnover filled game, Rutgers defeated St. Peter's 68-47. Fred Hill mixed up the lineups, trying to spark the team in the first half. Anthony Farmer and Gregory Echenique took a seat on the bench. JR Inman and Mike Coburn started. The Knights committed 29 turnovers, but only allowed 12 first half points on the way to victory.

No. 3 Louisville was upset by Western Kentucky 68-54. A.J. Slaughter led the way for the Hilltoppers, scoring 17. NJ native Earl Clark scored 11 and grabbed 11 rebounds.

No. 8 Notre Dame beat Furman, 93-61. Kyle McAlarney scored 32, hitting a ridiculous nine threes, on an even more ridiculous 17 tries.

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