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Archive - Dec 11, 2012 - News / NCAA Daily

Aquille Carr returns, but Panthers prove to be the stars

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The Baltimore Sun/Glenn Graham
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St. Frances' Dwayne Morgan had 'great visit' to Maryland over weekend

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The Baltimore Sun/Matt Bracken
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Rally keeps CPA boys perfect

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The Tennessean/Tom Wilson
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Tech, Cathedral rivalry heats up, but Titans take Round 1

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Indianapolis Star/Kyle Neddenriep
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Basketball brothers — the Ennis trio

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Brampton Guardian/Frank Juzenas
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Eron Gordon putting up big numbers through five games

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Indianapolis Star/Kyle Neddenriep
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UNLV''s Mike Moser likely out 4-6 weeks with dislocated elbow

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Las Vegas Sun/Taylor Bern

UNLV barely escaped with a 76-75 win over Cal on Sunday, with Anthony Bennett going off for 25 points and 13 rebounds. Unfortunately, the Runnin' Rebels may have lost a major piece as Mike Moser went down with what was later determined to be a dislocated elbow. While it appears that Moser could come back in as little as 3 weeks, the likely scenario is more than a month, possibly even as late as February.

Porter's Career-High 22 Points lead No. 15 Georgetown Past Longwood, 89-53

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Georgetown University Official Athletic Site

Big things were expected from Otto Porter this season and since he returned from a head injury sustained in Georgetown's first game, it seems that he is living up to expectations. After getting a career high 22 points and 7 assists last night against Longwood, Porter is showing a definite improvement in his overall game. His jumpshot appears to be much more fluid and he is taking care of the ball at a high rate considering his use in the offense.

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Pitt coach defends Steven Adams' progress

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Stuff.co.nz/Marc Hinton
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