The Fort Wayne Mastodons trailed the No. 3 Indiana Hoosiers for just 90 seconds in their improbable 71-68 overtime win Tuesday night at Memorial Coliseum.
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Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott, John Konchar, and head coach Jon Coffman address the media after Fort Wayne’s 71-68 overtime win over the third-ranked Hoosiers.
The Mastodons (3-2), who made the move to Division I in 2001-02, had lost all nine previous games against ranked teams.
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Bonzie Colson had 22 points and 12 rebounds for his fifth career double-double and Notre Dame held off Colorado 89-83 on Monday night in the semifinals of the Legends Classic at Barclays Center.
Hear from Fort Wayne’s Bryson Scott, Mo Evans, Brent Calhoun, and Jon Coffman as the Dons get ready to host Indiana.
Indiana University head coach Tom Crean will lead the third-ranked Hoosiers into the Coliseum on Tuesday night to face Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne native James Blackmon Jr. returns home to lead the Hoosiers against the Mastodons tomorrow.
The No. 3-ranked Indiana Hoosiers and Fort Wayne Mastodons play at 9 p.m. at the Memorial Coliseum as part of the Indiana Classic.
Fifth-ranked Morningside College will be making its way to Fort Wayne to tackle fourth-ranked University of Saint Francis on Sat., Nov. 26 in one of four NAIA Football Championship Series Quarterfinal games.
James Blackmon Jr. led the way for Indiana with a game-high 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting, while totaling nine rebounds and three assists. OG Anunoby recorded his first career double-double, tallying 10 points and 11 rebounds to go with two blocks, while Robert Johnson added 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting from the floor with three steals.
DeShone Kizer, who was 13-of-18 passing for 199 yards with two touchdowns in the first half, was just 3 of 15 for 36 yards in the second half.
T.J. Watt returned an interception 17 yards for a touchdown, and the Badgers scored 35 points in the final 8½ minutes of the first half of a 49-20 victory against the lowly Boilermakers.
No. 4 Michigan had its weakest passing performance in 15 years. Playing without Wilton Speight was quite a challenge.
“Zach Terrell is the finest football player and finest man I’ve ever met in my entire life,” Broncos coach P.J. Fleck said. “Whatever trophy lists he’s on, he should win them all or it’s a disgrace.”
De’Jour Young led the Mastodons with a career-high 21 points. Young connected on 5-of-9 from the field, including 3-of-5 beyond the arc, and went a career-best 8-of-10 at the free throw line.
Thanks to 33 points and 13 assists from Mo Evans, both career bests, Fort Wayne men’s basketball defeated UMass Lowell 94-81 on Saturday (Nov. 19) at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.