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Topic - North Division
Arlon Harper scored 20 points and Will Saunders added 18 as Charleston Southern, the No. 5 seed out of the North Division, beat Campbell, seeded fourth from the South Division, 81-71 in the opening round of the Big South Conference tournament Wednesday night.
R.J. Price had 24 points, made 5 of 9 from 3-point range and helped Radford hold off a late rally from Campbell for an 82-78 win on Wednesday night.
Reco McCarter scored 14 points and had a career-high eight assists to guide a balanced attack as Campbell defeated Charleston Southern 65-57 Wednesday.
Kyle Noreen and Ya Ya Anderson opened with 3-pointers as Radford galloped out to an early lead and never let Winthrop get closer than five points in a 76-64 victory on Wednesday night.
Jerome Hill scored 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as Gardner-Webb defeated Campbell 66-48 on Saturday night.
The race to the national championship game has been well defined.
It wasn't long ago that Greg Goff would call a recruiting prospect and identify himself as the head baseball coach at Campbell University.
Chip Kelly had several months to prepare for the questions he finally faced at Pac-12 media day. The Oregon coach claimed he's eager to explain every aspect of the Ducks' dealings with a Texas-based recruiting service.
Halfway through the Iron Bowl, Boise State fans had to be feeling as if the pieces were falling into place for the Broncos to finally get a shot at the national championship.
Bo Pelini is heading into his third year at Nebraska. Based on his track record, that means it must be about time for him to move again.