Pacers Pound Bulls
(Chicago, IL) — Victor Oladipo put up 25 points as the Pacers pounded the Bulls, 105-87, in Chicago. Bogdan Bogdanovic chipped in 22 points and seven rebounds as the Pacers ended a four-game skid. Indiana led by 10 at halftime and increased its lead in the third quarter. The Pacers are now 6-and-7. Bobby Portis led the Bulls with 20 points and 11 rebounds off the bench. Kris Dunn added 16 points as Chicago fell to 2-and-8.
>>Illinois Football Hosts Hoosiers Tomorrow
(Champaign, IL) — Illinois football is still looking for its first conference win of the season as it gets set to host Indiana tomorrow. Kickoff is at 11 a.m. The Fighting Illini lost 29-10 at Purdue last weekend. It was the seventh straight setback for Illinois since a 2-and-0 start. The Illini are 0-and-6 in Big Ten action. The Hoosiers have lost four in-a-row to fall to 3-and-6 and 0-and-6.
>>ISU, EIU, Millikin all on the road Saturday
The 17th ranked Redbirds of Illinois State will go on the road to take on 6th ranked South Dakota State with kickoff at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Illinois will wrap up there regular season tonight on the road against Austin Peay with kickoff at 4:00 p.m. and the Millikin Big Blue will wrap up their season today at 1:00 p.m. on the road against Illinois Wesleyan.
>>Indiana State Stuns Indiana
(Bloomington, IN) — The Indiana State Sycamores were hot from three-point land and held on to stun Indiana, 90-69, in Bloomington Friday night. The Sycamores shot 17-of-26 three deep as a team, led by 24 points and six treys from Brenton Scott. Jordan Barnes sank five threes and finished with 18 points as Indiana State won in Bloomington for the first time since 1999. Hoosiers head coach Archie Miller lost his debut after being hired from Dayton in the offseason. The Hoosiers trailed by 21 at halftime, and never recovered. Deron Davis scored a team-high 14 points for Indiana, which hadn’t lost a home opener since 1984.
>>Love, Stanford Knock Off Washington
(Stanford, CA) — Heisman candidate Bryce Love piled up 166 yards and three touchdowns as Stanford knocked off ninth-ranked Washington, 30-22, in Stanford. Love’s third touchdown in the fourth quarter put the Cardinal up by 16. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside caught five passes for 130 yards and Jet Toner nailed three field goals as Stanford jumped to 7-and-3. Myles Gaskin rushed for 120 yards and three scores of his own for Washington, which dipped to 8-and-2. The loss leaves the Huskies likely out of contention for the College Football Playoff.