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1/22/2011 UPDATE: Fan Outfitters College Basketball Contest

Before you take in this Saturday full of great NCAA matchups, take the time to see if you are any closing to winning a sweet prize. The College Basketball Fan Contest sponsored by Fan Outfitters Update returns to report on the final 87 teams left (81 if you count only eligible winners).

The beloved Hunter Campbell was the only bold-font casualty since Thursday morning. He also is captaining the KSR ship today. My condolences.

In the mean time, Florida and Auburn embarrassed the SEC. Around the nation, junior high girl’s basketball teams watched in disbelief, saying, “WTF, guys?” as Kenny Boynton and Erving Walker bricked three after ill-advised three.  Indiana was finally eliminated, making this their longest winning streak of the Tom Crean era (or is it the Tom Crean error?). Another more respected team in the state of Indiana, IUPIU, couldn’t escape in double overtime against Missouri-KC. St. Francis(NY) faced off against St. Francis(PA) in a battle that begs the question, “How are these teams in the same conference?” PA made half of the Franciscans in attendance proud by delivering a beatdown. Former UK opponent Portland tasted defeat Thursday. VMI couldn’t unload enough offense to win their game.

THE REMAINING ENTRANTS ARE:
Alabama A&M Bulldogs Michael Mitchell
American University Eagles Zack Staten
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Ball State Cardinals Cameron Andry
Belmont Bruins Jon Harris
Bethune-Cookman Wildcats Aggie Brockie
Bowling Green Falcons Victor Skidmore
Brigham Young(BYU) Cougars Matt Jones
Bucknell Bisons Chris Foreman
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California Los Angeles(UCLA) Bruins Carey Watts
Cal-Davis Aggies Matt Durham
Cal-Santa Barbara Gauchos Christopher Haley
Chicago State Cougars Jeremy Johnson
Cleveland State Vikings Chris Davis
Coastal Carolina Chanticieers Kyle Albert
Colorado State Rams Doug Wilson
Columbia Lions Stephen Caldwell
Connecticut Huskies Joe Tuttle
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Delaware Blue Hens Wes Ledford
Denver Pioneers Richard Smith
Duquesne Dukes Aaron Camper
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East Tennessee State Buccaneers Matthew C
Eastern Kentucky Colonels Dustin Rose
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Florida Atlantic Owls Jacob Hagan
Florida State Seminoles Leigh Lance
Furman Paladins Andrew Sosby
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George Mason Patriots Jeremy Stanfield
Georgetown Hoyas Sam Keathley
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Hampton Pirates Abigail Anderson
Harvard Crimson Bryan/’Brian’ the Intern
Houston Cougars Dave Godsey
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Idaho Vandals Hunter York
Indiana State Sycamores Mike Warren
Iona Gaels Turkey Hunter
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Kansas Jayhawks Scott Atkins
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Liberty Flames Patrick Crow
Long Island Blackbirds Matthew Brown
Longwood Lancers BJ Young
Louisville Cardinals Jim Gross
Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds John Ellis
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Maine Black Bears CJ Cambron
Memphis Tigers Matt Cantrell
Minnesota Golden Gophers Kenny Hornback
Miss. Valley State Delta Devils Tommy Morris
Mississippi State Bulldogs Jeremy Stanfield
Montana Grizzlies Denise Ray
Montana State Bobcats Travis Lee
Morgan State Bears Chaz Hammond
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Nevada Wolf Pack Chad Newton
New Orleans Privateers Evan Meyer
North Carolina(UNC)-Asheville Bulldogs Kyle Dickerson
North Carolina Central Eagles Erin McGohon
North Carolina(UNC)-Greensboro Spartans Billy Hook
Northern Colorado Bears Corey McGohan
Northern Iowa Panthers Claude Sagaille
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Oakland(MI) Golden Grizzlies Ed Van Etten
Ohio State Buckeyes Kenneth Chambliss
Oral Roberts Golden Eagles Hubby
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Pittsburgh Panthers Gary Dempsey
Princeton Tigers Tony Cambron
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Saint Louis Billikens Chris Debord
Saint Francis(PA) Red Flash JR Grubbs
San Diego State Aztecs Kevin Akers
Savannah State Tigers Tom Leach
South Carolina Gamecocks Jeff Payton
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks Todd Bingham
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Tennessee State Tigers William Dryden
Texas-El Paso(UTEP) Miners Ethan Howard
Texas Longhorns Jerry Moore
Texas Southern Tigers Jodi Miller
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UMass Minutemen  Mike Davis
Utah Utes Kevin Williamson
Utah State Aggies Nick Fulkerson
Utah Valley State Wolverines Casey Quisenberry
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Valparaiso Crusaders Bobby Gray
Virginia Commonwealth(VCU) Rams Mitch Grant
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Winston-Salem Rams Scott Graham
Wisconsin Badgers George McMinn
Wofford Terriers Chris Thomas
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Xavier Musketeers Ian O’Connor
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Yale Bulldogs Brennan King

Article written by Chris Thomas

10 Comments for 1/22/2011 UPDATE: Fan Outfitters College Basketball Contest



  1. BoogieMan
    9:13 am January 22, 2011 Permalink

    Big Cuz had a good night in another loss…21 pts/8 rebs…..first, BTW



  2. Daver23
    10:39 am January 22, 2011 Permalink

    Iowa State lost to Oklahoma State in overtime just a few days ago.



  3. JB is my Holmesboy
    10:59 am January 22, 2011 Permalink

    You might as well give the prize to John Harris now, because Belmont is not losing a conference game this year. I saw them play a week ago and they are 30 points better than anyone in their conference.



  4. quit playin with your jimmer
    12:11 pm January 22, 2011 Permalink

    I’m going to the BYU-CSU game tonight to watch Jimmer in action. This guy is the next John Paxson. Maybe a shorter version of Thunder Dan Majerle. A less hairy Dante Calabria. Gimel Martinez sans moustache. He is to college basketball what Steve Masiello is to 4th street live. He is Billy Donovan’s widow’s peak, Gene Keady’s combover, and Lute Olsen’s angelic coiffure. He IS college basketball.



  5. Tom Gugliatta
    3:08 pm January 22, 2011 Permalink

    Iowa State lost at Oklahoma St on Wednesday



  6. CardKilla
    4:02 pm January 22, 2011 Permalink

    Its IUPUI not IUPIU indiana university purdue university indianapolis but heres a good IU joke why doesn’t kentucky sink into tennessee because indiana sucks.



  7. test
    4:50 pm January 22, 2011 Permalink

    …..



  8. Shields face
    5:11 pm January 22, 2011 Permalink

    Big time improvement over last post.



  9. Ed VanEtten
    3:25 pm January 23, 2011 Permalink

    I did a little research, and I found a couple of problems with two of the remaining teams. I think Winston Salem folded their basketball team. According to ESPN’s website, they don’t play a game this season. http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/team/schedule/_/id/2736/winston-salem-rams

    And New Orleans, while a Division 1 independent, only played one Division 1 school in Tulane, and don’t have another remaining on their schedule. http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/team/schedule/_/id/2443/new-orleans-privateers



  10. Ed VanEtten
    4:13 pm January 23, 2011 Permalink

    Did more research on my previous post. Winston Salem is now Division 2 (and lost on the 20th). New Orleans is transitioning to Division 3, and playing that level schedule.