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TOP25 Standings
 1. Baylor 1-0 (13-0) 
 2. Kansas 0-0 (11-1) 
 3. Villanova 2-0 (14-0) 
 4. UCLA 0-1 (12-1) 
 5. Gonzaga 2-0 (14-0) 
 6. Kentucky 1-0 (11-1) 
 7. Duke 0-1 (11-2) 
 8. Creighton 1-1 (13-1) 
 9. Florida St. 2-0 (14-1) 
 10. W.Virginia 1-0 (12-1) 
 11. N.Carolina 1-1 (13-3) 
 12. Butler 1-1 (12-2) 
 13. Oregon 2-0 (13-2) 
 14. Louisville 0-1 (12-2) 
 15. Xavier 2-0 (12-2) 
 16. Arizona 1-0 (12-2) 
 17. Purdue 1-1 (12-3) 
 18. Wisconsin 1-0 (12-2) 
 19. Virginia 1-1 (11-2) 
 20. Notre Dame 1-0 (12-2) 
 21. St.Mary's, CA 2-0 (12-1) 
 22. Cincinnati 2-0 (12-2) 
 23. Florida 1-0 (10-3) 
 24. Minnesota 1-1 (13-2) 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Marcus KEENE
  Avg: 28.7
 1. Keene, Cent.Mic.28.7 
 2. Peters, Valparaiso24.1 
 3. Hall, Montana St.23.6 
 4. Russell, Grand C.23.3 
 5. Onwuasor, S.Utah23.1 
 6. Clemons, Campbell22.9 
 7. Moore, N.Florida22.8 
 8. Daum, S.Dakota St.22.6 
 9. Artis, Pittsburgh22.4 
 10. Adams, St.Bonav.22.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 12.6
 1. Swanigan, Purdue12.6 
 2. Gustys, Hofstra12.5 
 3. Delgado, Seton Hall12.4 
 4. Washington, La-Lafay.12.2 
 5. Taylor Jr., Toledo12.1 
 6. Saiz, Mississippi11.7 
 7. Colson, Notre Dame10.9 
 8. Williams, Kennesaw.10.8 
 9. Moore, George M.10.8 
 10. Rabb, California10.7 
Assists Per Game
 Maurice WATSON
  Avg: 8.8
 1. Watson, Creighton8.8 
 2. Ball, UCLA8.1 
 3. Luke, Belmont7.2 
 4. Simmons, Ohio7.2 
 5. Neal, Texas Arlington6.9 
 6. Cartwright, Provi.6.9 
 7. Cunningham, Samfo.6.7 
 8. Hollins, Omaha6.6 
 9. Artis, UTEP6.5 
 10. Adams, Connecticut6.4 
Steals Per Game
 Ehab AMIN
  Texas A.
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Amin, Texas A.3.6 
 2. Chartouny, Fordham3.4 
 3. Hollins, Omaha3.3 
 4. Carter, W.Virginia3.1 
 5. Thomas, NC-Ashev.3.0 
 6. McCall, Tennesse.3.0 
 7. Rideau, Gardner-.2.9 
 8. Nelson, American2.6 
 9. Robinson, Portland.2.6 
 10. Johnson, Marquette2.5 
Blocks Per Game
  Nicholls St.
  Avg: 3.9
 1. Thomas, Nicholls St.3.9 
 2. Martin, Rhode I.3.7 
 3. Tuoyo, Chattanooga3.6 
 4. Lammers, Georgia .3.3 
 5. Odiase, Ill.-Chicago3.2 
 6. Brimah, Connecti.3.1 
 7. Acuil, Baylor3.1 
 8. Oliver, Nevada3.0 
 9. Lynch, Minnesota3.0 
 10. Boucher, Oregon2.9 
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SWAC Men's Basketball Recaps - Nov. 11 - Nov 12, 2012

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Alcorn State 85, Oakwood 41

ALCORN, Miss. (AP) -- Alcorn State beat Oakwood 85-41 Sunday in the season opener for the Braves.

Oakwood, who plays out of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, counted the game as an exhibition match.

Alcorn State took a 21-point lead into halftime and continued that pace after the break, outscoring Oakwood 47-24 in the second half.

Alcorn State's lineup boast four starters from last year's team, all which are now seniors. Two of those starters, Ian Francis and Michael Starks, are the Braves' two leading scorers from last season.

The Braves will also look for a spark from sophomore Leantwan Luckett (6'5''-G), who was highly touted out of high school but sat out his entire freshman season.

Prairie View 80, Scheiner 51

PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas (AP) -- Jourdan Demuynck (6'6''-G) had 17 points, 11 rebounds and five steals as Prairie View A&M defeated Schreiner University 80-51 Sunday.

Josh Eleby also scored 17 points for the Panthers (1-1), Montrael Scott added 14 and Carl Blair had eight assists.

John Whitty (6'0''-G) led Schreiner (0-1), a Division III school, with 17 points.

The Mountaineers led 15-13 midway through the first half before Prairie View went on a 21-2 run. During that span, Eleby had two dunks, Ryan Gesiakowski hit two 3-pointers and the Panthers took advantage of six Schreiner turnovers to make it 34-17.

The Mountaineers finished with 29 turnovers and shot just 31 percent from the field.

Prairie View, which shot 53 percent, led by as many as 28 points in the second half when Mayol Riathin hit a layup with 9:31 remaining

#10 Florida 84, Alabama State 35

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Kenny Boynton scored 22 points and the 10th-ranked Gators cruised past Alabama State on Sunday in their delayed opener. Florida was supposed to begin the season Friday against Georgetown aboard the USS Bataan, but the game was canceled at halftime because there was moisture on the court.

Florida took an 8-0 lead and was ahead by 32 points with 6:24 left in the first half. The Gators led Alabama State 47-9 at halftime, the fewest points Florida has allowed in the first half since the implementation of the shot clock.

The Hornets missed 19 of their first 20 shots and went 2-for-25 overall in the first half. They finished 10 of 53 from the field and committed 19 turnovers.

Four of Florida's starters scored at least 12 points. Nine players logged at least 18 minutes.

Backup guard Bobby Brown (6'6'') led Alabama State with 14 points.

Patric Young (6'9''-C-92) had 12 points, 12 rebounds and two blocked shots for the Gators. Erik Murphy added 15 points and Mike Rosario had 14.

#19 Baylor 78, Jackson State 47

WACO, Texas -- Pierre Jackson had 25 points and seven assists while Cory Jefferson added 14 points, seven rebounds and six blocked shots as 19th-ranked Baylor beat Jackson State. Baylor has won all six series games against the Tigers, all coming in the last six seasons. The Bears are 43-0 all-time against SWAC teams.

Jackson scored the game's first five points and the Bears (2-0) never trailed. Willie Readus made a jumper midway through the first half to get Jackson State within 19-10. That's as close as the Tigers would get.

Baylor scored 10 consecutive points, with Jackson's two free throws making it 29-10 with six minutes left before halftime. Baylor led 40-23 at halftime, and had as much as a 34-point lead after that.

Jeff Stubbs had 15 points to lead Jackson State, while Willie Readus had 11 points.

The Bears dominated in the paint scoring 54 of their points inside.

Ball State 78, Grambling 51

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) -- Jesse Berry scored 17 points and Ball State pulled away in the second half to beat Grambling State 78-51 in the Cardinals' opener on Sunday.

Majok Majok had 12 rebounds and 11 points for Ball State. Three other Cardinals scored in double figures, Marcus Posley adding 12 points and Chris Bond and Zach Fields scoring 10 points each.

Grambling was led by Terry Rose with a game-high 22 points. He hit six 3-pointers and was 8 for 14 overall, but the rest of the Tigers were 10 of 32 from the field.

Boise State 81, Texas southern 63

BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- Derrick Marks had 16 points and eight rebounds as Boise State defeated Texas Southern 81-63 Sunday in the season-opening contest for both schools.

Kenny Buckner scored 12 points and Anthony Drmic (6'6''-G/F-92) and Ryan Watkins added 11 apiece for the Broncos.

Raymond Penn scored 25 points and Omar Strong added 11 for Texas Southern in the first game as Tigers' coach for Mike Davis, the former head man at Indiana and Alabama-Birmingham.

Boise State used a 21-4 spurt over a six-minute span of the first half to take a 20-point lead. Marks began the run with two free throws, and a three-point play by Buckner boosted the Broncos' lead to 33-19. A three-point play by Watkins completed the surge and made it 41-21 with 3:33 remaining in the half.

The Broncos led 49-30 at halftime and led comfortably the rest of the contest. Boise State's lead topped out at 26 points.

Nebraska 66, Southern 55

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Brandon Ubel had 17 of his 21 points in the second half Sunday as Nebraska opened the season with a 66-55 win over Southern in Tim Miles' coaching debut with the Cornhuskers.

Dylan Talley (6'5''-G-89) added 17 points and Ray Gallegos had 16 for Nebraska. Ubel also had 12 rebounds.

Derick Beltran led Southern (0-2) with 17 points, and Yondarius Johnson had 13.

Nebraska never trailed, opening up a 9-0 lead in the first five minutes en route to a 31-25 halftime lead.

Southern cut the lead to three on Beltran's 3-pointer to open the second half. Then Ubel took over, scoring seven straight to put Nebraska up 38-28 with his three-point play with 17:35 remaining. Ubel had another three-point play on a layup that gave Nebraska a 16-point lead, its largest of the game, with 9:02 remaining.

Hawaii 81, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 54

HONOLULU -- The University of Hawaii used a strong second half to blow open a close game with Arkansas-Pine Bluff. After leading by just six points at halftime (33-27), the Rainbow Warriors outscored UAPB 48-27 in the second half to pull away.

Guard Lazabian Jackson (6'3''-G) led the Golden Lions with 12 points. DaVon Haynes added 11 points, while Terrell Kennedy tallied 10 points.

For the game, UAPB hit 17-of-65 shots for 26 percent. The Lions also struggled from the freethrow line, making 16-of-23 for 69.6 percent. Meanwhile, Hawaii made 49 percent (28-of-57) from the field. The Warriors also knocked down 11-of-24 shots from 3-point range.
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