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Sunday, February 18, 2007

Ohio teams finish 7-2 in Bracket Buster games

The 6 MAC basketball teams from Ohio along with the 3 members of the Horizon League faced Bracket Buster match-ups over the weekend finishing 7-2 in the 9 games. Probably the biggest name in all of these games featured Kent State @ George Mason. The game pitted last year’s Final Four member George Mason against the MAC’s most consistent basketball program and recent Elite 8 member Kent State. Overall the MAC basketball teams from went 4-2 while Ohio’s Horizon League members finished 3-0 to prove once again the strength of Ohio basketball. Here’s a rundown of the final scores from Ohio basketball teams this weekend.
  • Miami defeated Indiana State, 70-58.
  • Ohio fell @ NMSU, 77-72.
  • BG won @ Morehead State, 90-72.
  • Akron won at home over Austin Peay 74-57.
  • Kent State won @ George Mason by a score of 68-62.
  • Toledo fell at home to Old Dominion, 73-70.
  • YSU defeated EKU 66-61
  • Wright State defeated Cal State Fullerton 77-62
  • Cleveland State 85 - Cal State Northridge 76


  • At 2/19/2007, Blogger John said…

    The MAC ruins it again

  • At 2/21/2007, Blogger Luke said…

    Yeah, 4-2 is pretty terrible...

  • At 2/25/2007, Blogger John said…

    The MAC went 0-3 vs. the Horizon League. The HL is hands down a better conference

  • At 3/04/2007, Blogger Luke said…

    I would like to see a MAC/Horizon Challenge to prove your point. While CSU and YSU both beat Kent if I am not mistaken, I would easily take Kent over wither team at this point in the season. Plus Ohio, Toledo and Akron would beat up on most of the Horizon League.


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