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Live-Blogging on Shish on College Basketball: Penn State Nittany Lions at Indiana Hoosiers 02/23/2020
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging on Shish on College Basketball’. Tonight, it is a Big Ten Matchup, between Penn State Nittany Lions taking on Indiana Hoosiers. Nittany Lions have become the Big Ten’s Cinderella story, coming in 2nd behind Maryland for the Big Ten Regular Season lead. Hoosiers are on the bubble but have some strong wins and only Quad 1 losses that make them a possible tournament team. A win by Hoosiers should cement them in the tournament.
Nittany Lions are led by Lamar Stevens in scoring. While Mike Watkins leads Penn State in rebounding. While Jamari Wheeler leads the team in assists.
For their team stats, they score 76.7 PPG, while allowing 67.2 PPG. They rebound the ball at 38.7 RPG. And they distribute the ball at 14.8 APG.
As for the Hoosiers, they are led by Trayce Jackson-Davis in scoring and rebounding. While Rob Phinisee leads Indiana in assists.
Their team stats include, scoring 72.5 PPG while allowing 67.7 PPG. They rebound the ball at 37.7 RPG. They distribute the ball at 13.2 APG.
It is Penn State Nittany Lions taking on Indiana Hoosiers, coming up shortly.
Possible Starting Lineups:
Penn State Nittany Lions:
G: M. Dread
G: J. Wheeler
F: S. Lundry
F: J. Harrar
F: L. Stevens
G: R. Phinisee
G: A. Durham
G: T. Jackson-Davis
F: J. Smith
F: J. Brunk
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging on Shish on College Basketball’. Tonight, it is a Big Team Matchup of Bubble Teams, as Iowa Hawkeyes take on Minnesota Golden Gophers. Although the Hawkeyes appear to be in the tournament, there is still a chance that they can be out of the tournament. The same cannot be said for the Golden Gophers, as they need to start winning, if they do not want to miss out on the Big Ten large amount of tournament teams.
Hawkeyes are led by Luka Garza in scoring and rebounding. While Connor McCaffery leads Iowa in assists.
For their team stats, they score 79.0 PPG, while allowing 72.4 PPG. They rebound the ball at 37.8 RPG. And they distribute the ball at 17.4 APG.
As for Golden Gophers, they are led by Daniel Oturu in scoring and rebounding. While Marcus Carr leads Minnesota in assists.
Their team stats include scoring 70.5 PPG, while allowing 66.2 PPG. They rebound the ball at 37.8 RPG. And they distribute the ball at 14.6 APG.
It is Iowa Hawkeyes taking on Minnesota Golden Gophers, coming up shortly.
Possible Starting Lineups:
G: C. McCaffery
G: J. Toussiant
G: J. Wieskamp
G: C. Fredrick
C: L. Garza
Minnesota Golden Gophers:
G: M. Carr
G: G. Kalschuer
G: P. Willis
F: A. Demir
C. D. Oturu
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging on Shish on College Basketball’. This Afternoon, it is a Big Ten Matchup, between Ohio State Buckeyes and Wisconsin Badgers.
Buckeyes are in a roller coaster season. They started off the year 9-0, then they dropped 6 out of 7 games before they went on their current 3-game winning streak. Now they are hoping to get rolling, so that they can get a double bye.
For the Badgers, they have been a team who hasn’t gotten on a roll this year. But they are hoping to get more Quad 1 wins to go along with beating teams like Marquette, Indiana, and Ohio State to get them into the NCAA MBK Tournament.
Buckeyes are led by Kaleb Wesson in scoring and rebounding. While C.J. Walker leads The Ohio State in assists.
For their team stats, they rebound the ball at 37.3 RPG. They distribute the ball at 14.3 APG. Defensively, they block 3.8 shots a game and take the ball away at 4.7 SPG.
As for the Badgers, they are led by Nate Reuvers in scoring and rebounding. While D’Mitrik Trice leads Wisconsin in assists.
Their team stats include rebounding the ball at 34.1 RPG. They distribute the ball at 11.7 APG. Defensively, they block 3.7 shots a game and take the ball away at 4.7 SPG.
It is Ohio State Buckeyes taking on Wisconsin Badgers, coming up shortly.
Possible Starting Lineups:
Ohio State Buckeyes:
G: C.J. Walker
G: L. Muhammed
F: K. Young
F: A. Wesson
F: K. Wesson
G: B. Davison
G: D. Trice
F. D. Wahl
F: A. Ford
F: N. Reuvers
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging on Shish on Professional Football’. Tonight, it is the 54th edition of AFC-NFC Championship Game, more commonly known as Super Bowl LIV. This opponents in this year’s version are the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers and AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
49ers are a win away from completing a 3-year rebuild and will try for a second time to win a Super Bowl playing complimentary football (Running Game and Great Defense). In their 5 Super Bowl Championships they won it through the arms of Joe Montana and Steve Young.
Meanwhile the Chiefs are hoping Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid will deliver Kansas City its first Vince Lombardi Trophy since the days of Hank Stram and Len Dawson in Super Bowl LIV. In that 1969 season, Len Dawson was the quarterback for that championship team. He only threw the ball 166 times, with 9 TDs and 13 INTs. In this Super Bowl Chiefs Team, Mahomes threw the ball 484 times for 26 TDs and 5 INTs.
This year’s 49ers team is led by quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in passing. Raheem Mostert leads San Francisco in rushing. While George Kittle leads the team in receiving.
For their team stats, they score 29.9 PPG and move the ball at 381.1 YPG (237.0 through the air and 144.1 on the ground). Defensively, they allow 19.4 PPG and yield 281.8 YPG (169.2 through the air and 112.6 on the ground). Their turnover/takeaway ratio is +4.
As for the Chiefs, they are led by the Patrick Mahomes in passing. LeSean McCoy leads Kansas City in rushing. While Travis Kelce leads the team in receiving.
Their team stats include scoring 28.2 PPG, while moving the ball 379.2 YPG (281.1 through the air and 98.1 on the ground). Defensively, they allow 19.2 PPG while yielding 349.6 YPG (221.4 through the air and 128.2 on the ground). Their turnover/takeaway ratio is +8.
It is San Francisco 49ers taking on Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV, coming up shortly.
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