I'm still recovering from the US defeat yesterday and Wooster's two game losing streak isn't helping.  I should make sure that no one on Wooster is taking shooting advice from Chris Wondolowski.

Last Night
Penn St. Altoona 47   #3 Susquehanna 49
PSA was so close to pulling off the upset in this one.  The visitors were down by 3 at the half but kept it close and actually led by as much as 8 during the second half but Susquehanna recovered to come back.  PSA's offense failed them in the final 3 minutes where they failed to score over their last three possessions, including two Susquehanna blocked shots and two missed free throws.  The home team was able to take advantage and stayed undefeated by sinking two free throws of their own with just two seconds on the clock, much to the relief of the local fans.  Now we all get to look forward to the rematch later in the season to see if PSA can get revenge.

Also considered: #11 S.Vermont took care of W. New England at home 74-61, #14 Ohio Wesleyan cruised past Grove City 79-58, and #17 Emory made it a sweep for the ranked teams by downing Hendrix 65-55.

Sim blowout watch: I know you're all shocked but Lincoln managed to avoid the blowout and covered the generous 99 point spread by only getting blown out by #4 Dickinson 50-122.

Greensboro (10-3)(tilldog28) at #2 Christopher Newport (11-2)(mroylanc)
We have a nice one in the USA South conference as these two teams are both 3-0 in conference play and tied atop the east division.  They also have similar RPI and projection report numbers so the winner here will move ahead on several lists.  tilldog has a hefty lead in the series and the odds-makers have it as an even pick.

Also considered: #1 Kenyon at Earlham, #11 S.Vermont at Newbury, #13 Menlo at Whitworth, #14 Ohio Wesleyan at Wabash, Ozarks at #16 Sewanee, #18 Hiram at Allegheny, #19 Hardin-Simmons at Austin, and Trinity at #23 Louisiana

Sim blowout watch: Another winless sim, another big spread.  Concordia is a 78 point road dog as they travel to the Gorlok den at Webster.