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Men's college basketball: USF Bulls at Cleveland State preview capsule

USF at Cleveland State

When/where: 7; Wolstein Center, Cleveland

Radio: 1250-AM

Records: USF 6-6, Cleveland State 12-1

Notable: The Vikings opened the year 12-0 before losing at West Virginia 74-63 on Saturday. CSU averages more than seven 3-pointers made per game, led by guards Norris Cole (21.1 points per game) and Trevon Harmon (13.8). … Vikings coach Gary Waters was the coach at Kent State before USF coach Stan Heath got his first head coaching job there in 2001. … The teams have a common opponent; USF lost at Kent State, while CSU won at home. … After scoring 19 in the loss to James Madison, USF's leading scorer is sophomore G Jawanza Poland (11.3). … This is USF's final nonconference game before opening Big East play Tuesday at Seton Hall.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

Men's college basketball: USF Bulls at Cleveland State preview capsule 12/21/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 21, 2010 7:58pm]
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