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 1 Kansas 0-0 (3-0) 
 2 Kentucky 0-0 (2-1) 
 3 Gonzaga 0-0 (3-0) 
 4 Duke 0-0 (3-0) 
 5 Virginia 0-0 (3-0) 
 6 Tennessee 0-0 (3-0) 
 7 Nevada 0-0 (2-0) 
 8 N.Carolina 0-0 (4-0) 
 9 Villanova 0-0 (2-2) 
 10 Michigan S 0-0 (2-1) 
 11 Auburn 0-0 (3-0) 
 12 Kansas St. 0-0 (3-0) 
 13 W.Virginia 0-0 (1-1) 
 14 Oregon 0-0 (2-1) 
 15 Virginia T 0-0 (2-0) 
 16 Syracuse 0-0 (2-1) 
 17 Florida St 0-0 (2-0) 
 18 Mississipp 0-0 (3-0) 
 19 Michigan 0-0 (4-0) 
 20 TCU 0-0 (3-0) 
 21 UCLA 0-0 (2-0) 
 22 Clemson 0-0 (3-0) 
 23 LSU 0-0 (4-0) 
 24 Purdue 0-0 (3-0) 
 25 Washington 0-0 (2-1) 
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 Chris CLEMONS
  Campbell
  (175-PG-97)
  Avg: 31.6
 1. Clemons, Campbell31.6 
 2. Ford, St.28.7 
 3. Davis, Detroit .27.3 
 4. Edwards, Purdue26.8 
 5. Williams, Robert M.26.7 
 6. Davis, Charlotte26.0 
 7. Wright-F., Hofstra25.8 
 8. Morgan, Cornell25.4 
 9. Mayo, E.Kentucky24.4 
 10. Ahmad, CS Fulle.23.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Devontae CACOK
  NC-Wilmi.
  (201-F-96)
  Avg: 15.5
 1. Cacok, NC-Wilmi.15.5 
 2. Rakocevic, USC15.3 
 3. Childs, BYU13.6 
 4. Carvacho, Colorado.13.0 
 5. Rodriguez, E.Ten.12.8 
 6. Pardon, Northwes.12.7 
 7. Polite-Jr, Radford12.5 
 8. Wiggins, Bowling .12.0 
 9. Happ, Wisconsin12.0 
 10. Dugan, W.Michigan11.8 
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 Marcus STROMAN
  La-Lafay.
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 9.3
 1. Stroman, La-Lafay.9.3 
 2. Robinson, TCU8.7 
 3. Murphy, Belmont8.0 
 4. Sharkey, Samford8.0 
 5. Beard, FIU8.0 
 6. Funk, Army7.8 
 7. Happ, Wisconsin7.7 
 8. Cole, Howard7.5 
 9. Jones, Duke7.3 
 10. Parker, Sacred H.7.3 
Steals Per Game
 Quan JACKSON
  Georgia .
  (193-G-97)
  Avg: 4.7
 1. Jackson, Georgia .4.7 
 2. Waters, LSU4.0 
 3. Batts, LIU Brooklyn3.8 
 4. Banks, JMU3.8 
 5. Beard, FIU3.8 
 6. Reaves, Penn St.3.3 
 7. Haliburton, Iowa S.3.3 
 8. Brewton-Jr, Memph.3.3 
 9. Ford, St.3.0 
 10. Evans, VCU3.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Brandon GILBECK
  W.Illinois
  (213-C-96)
  Avg: 5.3
 1. Gilbeck, W.Illinois5.3 
 2. Robb, Niagara5.0 
 3. Muszynski, Belmont4.3 
 4. Osunniyi, St.Bonav.4.0 
 5. Bol, Oregon3.8 
 6. Izundu, Miami, FL3.3 
 7. Kelley, Oregon St.3.3 
 8. Wilson, George M.3.3 
 9. Konate, W.Virginia3.3 
 10. Diong, UNLV3.3 

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Boston College Rallies Past Milwaukee - Nov 7, 2018


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Ky Bowman
Chestnut Hill, MA - The Boston College Eagles rallied to a win over Milwaukee 73-53. Guard Ky Bowman (6'1''-G-98) helped lead the Eagles to an impressive comeback win with 19 points (15 second half points), eight rebounds, and four assists. Freshman guard Wynston Tabbs, added 16 points and junior forward Nik Popovic contributed 12 points and seven rebounds. Guard Darius Roy led the visiting Panthers with 15 points and six assists.

The Eagles needed to rally from a 14 point first half deficit to come away with the victory. The second half began with a Panther three-pointer off an offensive rebound. Bowman answered from downtown on the next possession to keep the Eagles deficit hovering around 10 points. Tabbs completed a 7-0 run by the home team cutting the deficit to six. The Eagles began to pick up their defensive intensity and Popovic got into the act with an impressive block. Tabbs kept the pressure on the Panthers with a long two, cutting the Panthers lead to 40-38, which forced a Milwaukee timeout.

A Popovic layup plus the foul completed a 14-0 Eagles run giving them a 41-40 lead. A transition slam by Warren-Newsome of the Panthers finally stopped the bleeding and put the visitors back in front. A Tabbs three from the wing followed by a monster block from Bowman on a dunk attempt and an easy layup by Mitchell gave BC a four-point lead. The Eagles continued their second half rally by doing a great job on the defensive glass, holding the Panthers to one shot over a five minute stretch, and their defensive activity also forced a number of turnovers during that time. Bowman sealed the game with a nifty reverse layup that ballooned the lead to 17 points with 2:13 remaining. The Eagles outscored the Panthers 46-13 over the final 20 minutes of the contest.

Milwaukee started the game off strong and held an 8-3 lead by the first media timeout. Darius Roy and Guard DeAndre Abram showed their range and helped translate Milwaukee's solid start to a 21-9 lead. Despite a number of attempted runs by the Eagles, Roy kept the Panthers comfortably in front. After the Eagles cut a 14-point deficit to eight, Roy nailed a step back jumper over two Eagle defenders to beat the first half buzzer. The Panthers had a 10-point lead at the break.

The Eagles held the Panthers to 18-of-65 shooting from the field with just 8-of-27 3s and nine made free throws. Meanwhile the Eagles made 22-of- 56 shots including five 3s and connected on 24-of-32 free throws. The Eagles dominated the battle on the boards 49-38.

Boston College has a lot to look forward to this season if they can get the same type of performances from Bowman and Tabbs that they got in the second half. Milwaukee, meanwhile, will have to get better performances from players other than Darius Roy if they want to be competitive at a high level.

Nadav Boker is a Scout and Correspondent for NetScouts Basketball.   




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