Monday, November 11, 2019
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November 11 Game Forecasts   
Top Performances
1Paul Reed (DEP vs. IOWA) 25 pts (10/14 fg), 3/4 3fg, 12 reb, 4 stl, 2 blk
2Jibri Blount (NCC vs. SCU) 16 pts (7/12 fg), 19 reb, 2 stl
3Ben Drake (PRES vs. VMI) 24 pts (11/16 fg), 1/1 3fg, 11 reb, 3 stl
4Jashawn Talton (TAMC vs. VAND) 23 pts (7/9 fg), 5/7 3fg, 7 reb, 4 stl
5JT Gibson (NEBO vs. BETH) 26 pts (10/13 fg), 3/5 3fg, 6 reb, 4 ast, 2 stl
6Isaiah Crawley (GASO vs. UNF) 31 pts (13/22 fg), 5 reb, 5 ast
7Randy Miller (NCC vs. SCU) 29 pts (6/9 fg), 5/6 3fg, 2 reb
8Michael Ertel (ULM vs. TAMU) 25 pts (9/17 fg), 6/13 3fg, 9 reb, 2 stl
9Tavin Lovan (UAB vs. ALAM) 21 pts (8/9 fg), 6 reb, 5 stl
10Jamaree Bouyea (SF vs. YALE) 21 pts (8/12 fg), 2/5 3fg, 11 reb
Game of the Day
DePaul Blue Demons 93, Iowa Hawkeyes 78
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) Paul Reed scored 25 points with 12 rebounds and DePaul blew past Iowa 93-78 on the road Monday to move to 4-0 for the first time in 11 years. Jalen Coleman-Lands had 17 points for the Blue Demons, who opened the game on a 19-2 run, went up 24 in just 13:16 and never looked back. DePaul got off to a blistering start on both sides of the ball, hitting 8-of-14 3s in the first half and its lead quickly stretched from 16 to 22 points. Markese Jacobs then buried a wide-open 3 to make it 40-16. The Blue Demons also forced 12 turnovers in the first 20 minutes - constantly flummoxing an Iowa team that always seemed a step behind - in building a 53-30 lead. Iowa tried to throw a press defense and some zone at DePaul to open the second half, but it did little to stop the surging Demons. Reed's open 3 with 14:45 to go pushed DePaul ahead 65-41. CJ Fredrick scored 16 points and Luka Garza had 14 for Iowa (1-1), which turned the ball over 19 times and let the Blue Demons shoot 61.4 % from the floor and 11 of 20 on 3s. The Hawkeyes entered play as a 9-point favorite. Instead, they needed a late 11-1 run to make the final score seem more respectable than it was. Reed, a second-team preseason All-Big Ten pick, finished with his third double-double in four games. Devin Gage added 13 points on 6-of-6 shooting for DePaul. THE BIG PICTURE DePaul: The Blue Demons looked like an athletic, well-balanced team with the potential to be a problem in the Big East. Coleman-Lands and Reed each went 5 of 8 from the floor in a shockingly decisive first half.
KENT 84, TOW 80 (OT)   YALE 79, SF 84 (OT)   DRKE 59, CINC 81  
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