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Matt Vensel is in his first year at the Star Tribune after covering the Ravens for the Baltimore Sun for six years. He is a Pittsburgh native and a Penn State grad. Follow him at @mattvensel.

Mark Craig has covered the NFL for 23 years, and the Vikings since 2003 for the Star Tribune. He is one of 44 Pro Football Hall of Fame selectors. Follow him at @markcraignfl.

Master Tesfatsion is the Star Tribune’s digital Vikings writer. He is a 2013 graduate of Arizona State and worked for before arriving in Minneapolis. Follow him at @masterstrib.


Craig: Week 12 Picks & Power Rankings

Posted by: Mark Craig Updated November 23rd at 6:07am 283623121

What would you rather do on a Sunday morning than wake up early and read weekly picks and power rankings involving 32 teams that basically are of equal strength and ability to beat, lose to or tie anyone on any given Sunday, Monday, Saturday, Thursday (and some day, when the revenue ceiling needs to be extended to a gazillion bazillion dollars, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday as well)?

1. Patriots (8-2)
With the then-No. 3 Chiefs losing to the winless Raiders on Thursday, the then-No. 2 Broncos losing to the Rams last week and the now-No. 2 Cardinals in Seattle today, we’ve never felt more strongly that the Patriots basically are the only team one can trust to do what it’s supposed to do in Novemeber/December. The Patriots should beat the Lions at home today. “Should” being the key word. Also, if ya notice, we dropped the Chiefs to No. 23 and bumped the Raiders to No. 22. Unlike any other power ranking we’ve seen (and we look at … well, virtually zero per week, but we’re guessing here), we have one rule at this power ranking station: Regardless of record, your team can’t be ranked ahead of the team it just lost to. And by “just,” we mean the games most recently played. When the Raiders lose next week and the Chiefs win, they’ll separate and go back to normal, which, for the Raiders is contending for No. 32.


2. Cardinals (9-1); 3. Lions (7-3); 4. Packers (7-3); 5. Cowboys (7-3); 6. Rams (4-6); 7. Eagles (7-3); 8. Broncos (7-3); 9. Seahawks (6-4); 10. Steelers (7-4); 11. Colts (6-4); 12. Ravens (6-4); 13. Dolphins (6-4); 14. 49ers (6-4); 15. Texans (5-5); 16. Browns (6-4); 17. Bengals (6-3-1); 18. Chargers (6-4); 19. Bears (4-6); 20. Saints (4-6); 21. Bills (5-5); 22. Raiders (1-10); 23. Chiefs (7-4).

24. Vikings 4-6 (Last week: 18):
Normally, we’d yammer on about our “bounce back” philosophy and the Vikings being at home and how the NFL is designed to basically take all the teams with good feelings and make them bad and all the teams with bad feelings and make them good. Sort of like a weekly Etch a Sketch shaking to restart every team back in the middle of the pack. But with the Vikings playing the Packers today, we’re going to do something radicle and predict that the better team with the future Hall of Fame quarterback will beat the team that’s rebuilding with the rookie quarterback.

25. Falcons (4-6); 26. Buccaneers (2-8); 27. Jets (2-8); 28. Titans (2-8); 29. Giants (3-7); 30. Panthers (3-7-1); 31. Jaguars (1-9).

32: Redskins (3-7):
The Washington Football Team scored huge “Worst of the Bunch” points last week by getting scrunched by the Buccaneers. In doing so, the Football Team Located in Washington enabled fans of a 2-8 team to talk about playoff possibilities. Assuming Tampa’s Lovie Smith isn’t fired first, he’s heading for a playoff push at just two games back in the NFC Worst.


1, Josh Robinson didn’t shrink, so perhaps he and the coaching staff learned more about his limitations and can figure out something better than asking him to participate in jump balls with guys who are 6-4.

2, Regardless of win total this season, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is gaining valuable experience for the future. As poorly as the offense played a week ago, Bridgewater was on the field late in the fourth quarter of a one-possession game at Soldier Field. That will help him. So will playing the Packers for the first time this season.

3, Speaking of which, it should help that the Vikings aren’t down to their No. 3 quarterback, at least at the start of the Packers game. We all saw Christian Ponder’s worth as a No. 3 when he started the first Packers game. His two second-quarter picks and a 13.4 halftime passer rating contributed mightily to the 28-0 deficit that grew to 42-0.


1, Josh Robinson didn’t get any taller. And Aaron Rodgers and a tall fella named Jordy Nelson just spent a week salivating at the matchup possibilities.

2, Rodgers is 10-4 against the Vikings, including one playoff meeting. He has thrown 31 touchdown passes and has been intercepted four times. And one of his wins came in a game in which he was intercepted twice. So, basically, the guy doesn’t make mistakes and the few times he does, it doesn’t matter. So good luck with that.

3, As if Rodgers isn’t a big enough pain in the backside, running back Eddie Lacy started the Thursday night avalanche back in October. He gashed the Vikings with three long runs to set up the first touchdown. The defense was out of sorts from then on. Lacy also closed the game out by taking handoffs from Rodgers while the rest of the country clicked the TV off and went to bed.


Packers minus-9 ½ at Vikings. The pick: Packers 37, Vikings 21.

Why?: See above. You know, the part about how we normally yammer on about the weekly reshuffling, where teams that feel good about themselves lose and teams that feel bad about themselves win. And how in this case we’ll put that thought on the commissioner’s exempt list and go with the better team with the future Hall of Fame QB.

Last week: Vikings plus-3 at Bears. The pick: Bears 24, Vikings 21. The final: Bears 21, Vikings 13.7-3.


Cowboys minus-3 ½ at Giants: Giants 27, Cowboys 21.

Why?: The Cowboys have had a bye week to reflect, rest and realize that Romo is due for a few stinkers down the stretch.

Last week: 49ers minus-4 at Giants. The pick: Giants 24, 49ers 21. The final: 49ers 16, Giants 10. Record: 4-7.

Browns plus-3 at Falcons: Browns by 7

Titans plus-11 at Eagles: Eagles by 14

Lions plus-7 at Patriots: Patriots by 10

Jaguars plus-14 at Colts: Colts by 17

Bengals plus-1 ½ at Texans: Texans by 3

Jets off vs. Bills at Detroit: Bills by 3

Buccaneers plus-6 at Bears: Buccaneers by 3

Cardinals plus-6 ½ at Seahawks: Seahawks by 7

Rams plus-4 ½ at Chargers: Chargers by 7

Dolphins plus-7 at Broncos: Broncos by 14

Redskins plus-9 at 49ers: 49ers by 7

Ravens plus-3 ½ at Saints: Saints by 7

Record: Last week/overall: 6-7/89-60-1. Versus spread: Last week/overall: 6-7/73-77.

Floyd and Kalil both questionable but hoping to play

Posted by: Matt Vensel Updated November 21st at 2:17pm 283515851

Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd is officially listed on the injury report as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Packers even though Floyd says his injured knee “feels good” today.

Floyd banged knees with a teammate in practice Wednesday. An MRI showed that there was no major damage. But Floyd was unable to practice yesterday or today.

He was in good spirits in the locker room, though, and shared a good laugh with reporters when I asked him about the crutches that had been leaning up against his locker stall the past two days.

Floyd glanced back at them and said unconvincingly, “No, they’re not my crutches.”

“Yeah, right,” said a couple of reporters while the rest of us chuckled.

“Somebody must have left them there,” Floyd said with a grin before joining in the laughter.

Floyd indicated that he would like to play but said that the decision will be up to head coach Mike Zimmer and the team’s medical staff.

“It’s all in Coach’s hands,” he said. “I go as he go.”

As for left tackle Matt Kalil, who missed practice today, Zimmer said that he is dealing with a “minor aggravation.” Zimmer would not say where, but it was listed as a knee injury on the injury report. Kalil, of course, had minor knee surgery in the offseason. He is listed as questionable for Sunday, but on his way out of the locker room he said he expects to play.

Running back Matt Asiata has been ruled out with a concussion.

Wide receivers Greg Jennings (rib) and Jarius Wright (hamstring) are both questionable for Sunday.

Running back Jerick McKinnon (lower back), outside linebacker Anthony Barr (knee), offensive tackle Mike Harris (ankle), cornerback Xavier Rhodes (ankle), defensive Everson Griffen (neck), tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin) are among those officially listed as probable to take on the Packers.

Cornerback Captain Munnerlyn was excused from practice today for personal reasons.

Goodell will not hear Peterson's appeal next month

Posted by: Matt Vensel Updated November 21st at 3:43pm 283514061

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will not hear running back Adrian Peterson’s appeal on Dec. 2. Instead, he has appointed Harold Henderson for the appeal, though it might not make a difference.

“Under Article 46 (Commissioner Discipline), appeals of discipline for off-field conduct are heard and decided by the commissioner or his designee,” a league spokesman said of Henderson’s appointment. “Harold Henderson has been designated as the hearing officer for this appeal. Harold has served for many years as a hearing officer for Article 46 discipline.”

And Henderson, who in the past served as NFL Executive Vice President for Labor Relations and Chairman of the NFL Management Council Executive Committee, has often sided with the league.

The latest example of this was earlier this year when he upheld the league’s 10-game ban of Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon after his latest violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.

The NFL Players Association reacted to Henderson’s appointment by saying a longtime NFL executive could not be neutral.  The NFL  responded by defending Henderson, saying he has heard 87 appeals under the CBA since 2008 and that language in every CBA since 1993 has stated the appeals of discipline for off-field conduct are heard and decided by the commissioner or his designee.

Ben Tate preparing to contribute as needed Sunday

Posted by: Master Tesfatsion Updated November 21st at 1:55pm 283513901

Vikings running back Ben Tate participated in his second practice in purple on Friday, and head coach Mike Zimmer said he’s catching on quickly to the offense. He’s

“He’s got some explosiveness hitting the hole and obviously he’s a big-bodied guy,” Zimmer said. “He’s done a good job with protection so far. So we’ll see how it goes.”

The Vikings might have to rely on Tate against the Packers with running back Matt Asiata likely out with a concussion. He’ll only have three days to become acclimated with the playbook, and his teammates, if the Vikings do activate him on Sunday.

“I’ve never been in this type of situation before,” Tate said.  “So just try to interact with everybody as much as I can and get to know everybody as much as I can so I can get comfortable and they can get comfortable with me faster.”

Tate isn’t sure how much his comfort with his other teammates will help his play if he serves as rookie running back Jerrick McKinnon’s backup, with Joe Banyard as another option, but he’s mainly concerned with understanding his assignments when the Vikings need him in the backfield.

“I’ve got to all focus on football and let everything else happen,” said Tate, dealing with the hectic off-the-field ramifications of switching teams during the middle of the season. “Whatever I got to do outside of that is secondary. The first thing is making sure I understand my plays and just coming out here ready to go, full speed, and being ready to help in any aspect needed.”

Zimmer encouraged Sunday's special-teams trickery

Posted by: Matt Vensel Updated November 21st at 11:53am 283500891

Last Sunday, the Vikings ran their first fake punt in nearly a decade. It paid off with backup safety Andrew Sendejo, the right wing in the punt formation, running 48 yards before tackling himself at the Bears’ 7-yard line. The well-executed fake set up a Teddy Bridgewater touchdown pass.

Yesterday, special teams coordinator Mike Priefer explained why the play worked — and why it had been so long since the Vikings ran a fake punt.

Priefer, who is in his fourth season with the Vikings, said that head coach Mike Zimmer is more aggressive than this predecessor, Leslie Frazier, when it comes to trickery on special teams.

Back in the spring, as Zimmer was just settling in, he asked Priefer and his assistant, Ryan Ficken, to come up with some clever plays to exploit any weaknesses they would see on special teams.

“We’ve been more creative and Ryan Ficken, my assistant, does a great job because he’s got an offensive mind,” Priefer said. “He has an offensive background so he and I tinker with stuff and talk about things and look at what people are doing on punt return and what they’re doing on field goal block and get ideas every week.”

On the fake against the Bears, wide receiver Adam Thielen, who was lined up as the upback, caught a direct snap and handed it off to Sendejo, who ran right to left from his right wing spot. The trick play was executed to perfection. It was also designed to perfection, as Priefer kept Thielen and Sendejo in their normal spots to handle the ball to ensure the Bears weren’t tipped off.

“I think we’ve probably worked on it the past month,” Priefer said. “Wanted to run it earlier. It was just a great opportunity to run it — good time and area of the field. We have an aggressive head coach who wants to run those things and that’s great for me. It obviously turned out well for us.”

Priefer said the Vikings typically have two or three fakes in the special-teams game plan every week. And if their opponent shows the look they are hoping for, they will sometimes bust one out.

“I don’t think I have to sell [Zimmer]. Like I said, he’s been aggressive since he got here. He asked me back in the offseason about running fakes — field goal fakes, punt fakes, surprise onsides — and it has forced me to be more creative, which is good,” Priefer said. “It’s a good opportunity for me to get our guys excited about a big play like that, and obviously they were very excited to run it and succeed with it.”


Cleveland 12:00 PM
Tennessee 12:00 PM
Detroit 12:00 PM
New England
Green Bay 12:00 PM
Jacksonville 12:00 PM
Cincinnati 12:00 PM
Tampa Bay 12:00 PM
Arizona 3:05 PM
St. Louis 3:05 PM
San Diego
Miami 3:25 PM
Washington 3:25 PM
San Francisco
Dallas 7:30 PM
NY Giants
NY Jets 11/24/14 6:00 PM
Baltimore 11/24/14 7:30 PM
New Orleans
Chicago 11/27/14 11:30 AM
Philadelphia 11/27/14 3:30 PM
Seattle 11/27/14 7:30 PM
San Francisco
Phoenix 106 FINAL
Indiana 83
Miami 99 FINAL
Orlando 92
Philadelphia 83 FINAL
New York 91
Toronto 110 FINAL
Cleveland 93
Dallas 92 FINAL
Houston 95
Sacramento 113 FINAL
Minnesota 101
Brooklyn 87 FINAL
San Antonio 99
Washington 111 FINAL
Milwaukee 100
New Orleans 106 FINAL
Utah 94
St. Louis 3 FINAL
Ottawa 2
Montreal 2 FINAL
Boston 0
Detroit 1 FINAL
Toronto 4
Minnesota 1 FINAL
Tampa Bay 2
Pittsburgh 1 FINAL
NY Islanders 4
Columbus 2 FINAL
Philadelphia 4
Buffalo 2 FINAL
Washington 1
Florida 2 FINAL(SO)
Nashville 3
Los Angeles 4 FINAL
Dallas 5
Carolina 3 FINAL
Colorado 4
New Jersey 4 FINAL(SO)
Calgary 5
Chicago 7 FINAL
Edmonton 1
Arizona 4 FINAL(SO)
San Jose 3
Incarnate Word 79 FINAL
Princeton 68
Robert Morris 66 FINAL
Georgetown 80
Notre Dame 81 FINAL
Massachusetts 68
Saint Peters 50 FINAL
La Salle 59
Ball State 69 FINAL
Utah State 63 FINAL
Miss State 71
High Point 56 FINAL
Richmond 80
Appalachian St 65 FINAL
Virginia Tech 63
Drake 75 FINAL
Western Mich 91
Samford 72 FINAL
CS-Northridge 79
Colgate 54 FINAL
Campbell 48
North Carolina 90 FINAL
Davidson 72
North Florida 49 FINAL
Northern Iowa 66
UMass Lowell 63 FINAL
Nebraska Omaha 97 FINAL
Marquette 89
Clemson 59 FINAL
Nevada 50
Florida State 54 FINAL
Providence 80
South Alabama 53 FINAL
Detroit 66
Texas State 67 FINAL
TX-San Antonio 80
Trinity Christian 52 FINAL
Chicago State 75
Liberty 52 FINAL
Miami-Ohio 63
Western State 60 FINAL
Air Force 90
Elon 67 FINAL
Northwestern 68
Canisius 53 FINAL
St Bonaventure 59
MD-Eastern Shore 53 FINAL
St Francis-PA 57
Cleveland State 83 FINAL
Savannah State 87
SE Missouri St 74 FINAL
Central Arkansas 68
Ark-Little Rock 73
Southern U 48 FINAL
Middle Tennessee 66
Longwood 72 FINAL
Youngstown St 82
Towson 63 FINAL
Bethune-Cookman 42
Loyola-Maryland 39 FINAL
Butler 80
San Jose St 66 FINAL
Cal State Fullerton 70
Texas Southern 66 FINAL
Norfolk State 76
Yale 53 FINAL
Southern Ill 46
Weber State 58
South Dakota 68 FINAL
Wofford 72
Duquesne 102 FINAL
Abilene Christian 81
Wright State 86 FINAL
Char Southern 79
Miles 71 FINAL
Jacksonville St 88
Binghamton 63 FINAL
Manhattan 78
Alcorn State 80 FINAL
Kennesaw St 83
Bob Jones Univ 50 FINAL
Citadel 81
Piedmont International 33 FINAL
Coastal Carolina 76
Johnson University 41 FINAL
Ga Southern 97
Brown 66 FINAL
Indiana State 78
Colorado 33 FINAL
Wyoming 56
Quinnipiac 76 FINAL
Albany 73
Mount St Marys 73 FINAL
Bucknell 69
Master's College 45 FINAL
UC Santa Barbara 91
UNC-Asheville 87 FINAL
East Tenn St 98
Clermont College 50 FINAL
Eastern Ky 115
UNC Greensboro 62 FINAL
Eastern Mich 70
American Univ 44 FINAL
Louisiana Tech 63
Army 76 FINAL
Marist 62
Hartford 65 FINAL
Niagara 62
Lafayette 83 FINAL
Penn 77
Nebraska 62 FINAL
Rhode Island 66
Vermont 60 FINAL
Saint Josephs 68
Eastern Wash 68 FINAL
SMU 77
Temple 50
Chattanooga 67 FINAL
Tenn Tech 69
UNC-Wilmington 110 FINAL
Va Military 93
Ohio Midwestern 48 FINAL
Northern Ky 98
Sam Houston St 74 FINAL
Fairfield 60
UC Davis 58 FINAL
Furman 55
Ill-Chicago 60 FINAL
Kent State 78
Transylvania 63 FINAL
Lipscomb 74
Central Conn St 50 FINAL
Monmouth 65
Oakwood 61 FINAL
Alabama A&M 81
Morgan State 57 FINAL
Houston 72
Lamar 72 FINAL
Indiana 85
Northeastern 68 FINAL
Navy 44
William & Mary 69 FINAL
Rice 65
Missouri State 68 FINAL
Texas Tech 80
TX A&M-Kingsville 77 FINAL
TX-Pan American 82
Southern-New Orleans 45 FINAL
Tulane 89
SE Louisiana 57 FINAL
Western Ill 60
Belmont 64 FINAL
Western Ky 63
Hampton 66 FINAL
North Dakota St 74
Minnesota 69
Houston Baptist 69 FINAL
Texas-Arlington 87
St Thomas Aquinas 55 FINAL
Gonzaga 109
Utah Valley U 85 FINAL
Southern Utah 75
New Mexico St 76 FINAL
Texas-El Paso 77
Stanford 59 FINAL
Duke 70
Morehead State 69 FINAL
Presbyterian 49
SIU Edwardsville 53 FINAL
Portland 75
Boise State 54 FINAL
Wisconsin 78
Valparaiso 8:30 AM
Kent State 0 Cancelled
Buffalo 0
Texas-El Paso 13 FINAL
Rice 31
Air Force 14 FINAL
San Diego St 30
San Jose St 7 FINAL
Utah State 41
Char Southern 9 FINAL
(9) Georgia 55
South Alabama 12 FINAL
So Carolina 37
Rutgers 3 FINAL
(10) Michigan State 45
Minnesota 28 FINAL
(21) Nebraska 24
Northwestern 38 FINAL
Purdue 14
(18) Marshall 23 FINAL
UAB 18
Kansas 7 FINAL
(23) Oklahoma 44
Indiana 27 FINAL
(7) Ohio State 42
Penn State 14 FINAL
Illinois 16
(14) Eastern Ky 3 FINAL
Florida 52
TX-San Antonio 7 FINAL
Western Ky 45
UCF 53
Tulsa 28 FINAL
Houston 38
Virginia Tech 3 FINAL
Wake Forest 6
Washington St 31 FINAL
(13) Arizona State 52
Louisiana Tech 27 FINAL
Old Dominion 30
Western Mich 32 FINAL
Central Mich 20
New Mexico 20 FINAL
(22) Colorado State 58
Eastern Mich 30 FINAL
Ball State 45
Appalachian St 35 FINAL
Louisiana 16
(15) Arizona 42 FINAL
(20) Utah 10
North Texas 17
(8) Ole Miss 0 FINAL
Arkansas 30
Louisville 31 FINAL
Notre Dame 28
Maryland 23 FINAL
Michigan 16
Texas Tech 34 FINAL
Iowa State 31
(14) Wisconsin 26 FINAL
Iowa 24
Syracuse 7 FINAL
Pittsburgh 30
Boston College 17 FINAL
(1) Florida State 20
Georgia State 0 FINAL
Clemson 28
Tulane 6 FINAL
East Carolina 34
Stanford 38 FINAL
California 17
Western Carolina 14 FINAL
(2) Alabama 48
New Mexico St 17
So Florida 20 FINAL
Memphis 31
Colorado 10 FINAL
(3) Oregon 44
Fla Atlantic 34 FINAL
Middle Tennessee 35
Samford 7 FINAL
(16) Auburn 31
Miami-Florida 13 FINAL
Virginia 30
Vanderbilt 0 FINAL
(4) Miss State 51
(19) Missouri 29 FINAL
Tennessee 21
Oklahoma State 28 FINAL
(6) Baylor 49
(24) USC 20 FINAL
(11) UCLA 38
Cincinnati 41 FINAL
Connecticut 0
Boise State 63 FINAL
Wyoming 14
Oregon State 13 FINAL
Washington 37
Fresno State 40 FINAL
Nevada 20
Hawaii 37
Ohio U 11/25/14 6:00 PM
LSU 11/27/14 6:30 PM
Texas A&M
(5) TCU 11/27/14 6:30 PM
Northern Ill 11/28/14 10:00 AM
Western Mich
(21) Nebraska 11/28/14 11:00 AM
Western Ky 11/28/14 11:00 AM
(18) Marshall
UCF 11/28/14 11:00 AM
So Florida
Houston 11/28/14 11:00 AM
Akron 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Kent State
Ball State 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Bowling Green
Buffalo 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Toledo 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Eastern Mich
Arkansas 11/28/14 1:30 PM
(19) Missouri
Navy 11/28/14 2:00 PM
South Alabama
(13) Arizona State 11/28/14 2:30 PM
(15) Arizona
Stanford 11/28/14 2:30 PM
(11) UCLA
(22) Colorado State 11/28/14 2:30 PM
Air Force
Virginia 11/28/14 7:00 PM
Virginia Tech
East Carolina 11/28/14 7:30 PM
BYU 11/29/14 2:00 AM
(20) Utah 11/29/14 2:00 AM
(3) Oregon 11/29/14 2:00 AM
Oregon State
Notre Dame 11/29/14 2:00 AM
(24) USC
North Texas 11/29/14 11:00 AM
TX-San Antonio
Old Dominion 11/29/14 11:00 AM
Fla Atlantic
(17) Georgia Tech 11/29/14 11:00 AM
(9) Georgia
Kentucky 11/29/14 11:00 AM
So Carolina 11/29/14 11:00 AM
West Virginia 11/29/14 11:00 AM
Iowa State
Rice 11/29/14 11:00 AM
Louisiana Tech
Michigan 11/29/14 11:00 AM
(7) Ohio State
Purdue 11/29/14 11:00 AM
Illinois 11/29/14 11:00 AM
Cincinnati 11/29/14 11:00 AM
NC State 11/29/14 11:30 AM
North Carolina
Syracuse 11/29/14 11:30 AM
Boston College
Louisiana 11/29/14 11:30 AM
Texas State 11/29/14 1:00 PM
Georgia State
Idaho 11/29/14 1:00 PM
Appalachian St
Wyoming 11/29/14 2:00 PM
New Mexico
New Mexico St 11/29/14 2:00 PM
Arkansas State
UAB 11/29/14 2:30 PM
Southern Miss
(4) Miss State 11/29/14 2:30 PM
(8) Ole Miss
(10) Michigan State 11/29/14 2:30 PM
Penn State
Minnesota 11/29/14 2:30 PM
(14) Wisconsin
(6) Baylor 11/29/14 2:30 PM
Texas Tech
Florida 11/29/14 2:30 PM
(1) Florida State
Rutgers 11/29/14 2:30 PM
San Jose St 11/29/14 2:30 PM
San Diego St
Tennessee 11/29/14 3:00 PM
Kansas 11/29/14 3:00 PM
(12) Kansas State
Connecticut 11/29/14 3:00 PM
ULM 11/29/14 5:00 PM
Ga Southern
Middle Tennessee 11/29/14 6:00 PM
Texas-El Paso
Hawaii 11/29/14 6:00 PM
Fresno State
Wake Forest 11/29/14 6:00 PM
(25) Duke
Pittsburgh 11/29/14 6:00 PM
(16) Auburn 11/29/14 6:45 PM
(2) Alabama
Utah State 11/29/14 9:15 PM
Boise State
Washington 11/29/14 9:30 PM
Washington St
Nevada 11/29/14 9:30 PM
Montreal 12:00 PM
Edmonton 3:30 PM
Grand Canyon 77 FINAL
Austin Peay 84
Bowling Green 60 FINAL
Milwaukee 50
St Bonaventure 68 FINAL
Detroit 56
Illinois-Chicago 72 FINAL
Miami-Ohio 69
Louisiana Tech 55 FINAL
Louisiana 58
MD-Eastern Shore 57 FINAL
Marshall 74
Butler 77 FINAL
Fairfield 81
Central Conn St 81 FINAL
UMass Lowell 58
Bucknell 61 FINAL
Fairleigh Dickinson 60
St Marys-CA 57 FINAL
UC Davis 55
UNC-Asheville 53 FINAL
South Florida 97
Colgate 51 FINAL
Drexel 59
Niagara 64 FINAL
Buffalo 73
Vermont 61 FINAL
Boston U 66
Marist 51 FINAL
Northeastern 58
UNC-Wilmington 72 FINAL
Appalachian St 82
Duquesne 52 FINAL
Green Bay 84
Saint Josephs 75 FINAL
Liberty 76
Army 81 FINAL
Manhattan 49
Eastern Michigan 75 FINAL
TX-Pan American 81
Southern Ill 50 FINAL
Wright State 70
Youngstown St 70 FINAL
Radford 44
Stetson 62 FINAL
Indiana State 52
Rockhurst 65 FINAL
Ark-Little Rock 55 FINAL
Rice 40
(23) Syracuse 77 FINAL
Jacksonville 61
NC Central 53 FINAL
Gardner-Webb 73
New Orleans 51 FINAL
Jacksonville St 65
(22) Rutgers 64 FINAL
LSU 57
Missouri State 36 FINAL
(21) Oklahoma St 77
Eastern Washington 53 FINAL
SMU 69
Houston Baptist 61 FINAL
Texas State 56
TX-Arlington 61 FINAL
Wichita State 71
(9) Maryland 75 FINAL
George Washington 65
Presbyterian 51 FINAL
Western Carolina 44
St Francis-NY 71 FINAL
Rider 60
Central Arkansas 56 FINAL
Jackson State 45
Kennesaw St 72 FINAL
Georgia Southern 51
Loyola-Chicago 45 FINAL
Northern Ky 38
Howard 64 FINAL
La Salle 65
San Jose St 91 FINAL
Cal-Irvine 65
Tennessee St 73 FINAL
Lipscomb 55
San Francisco 53 FINAL
UC-Riverside 66
Temple 56 FINAL
Kansas 76
San Diego 58 FINAL
Idaho 52
Concordia (OR) 35 FINAL
(20) Oregon State 92
Corban 74 FINAL
Portland State 64
Charleston Southern 48 FINAL
Wofford 55
UT Martin 58 FINAL
Pepperdine 59
Eastern Kentucky 64 FINAL
Mercer 69
Weber State 40 FINAL
Utah Valley U 61
North Dakota 54 FINAL
Towson 52
Seton Hall 75 FINAL
Penn State 70
LSU-Shreveport 58 FINAL
Grambling 67
Brown 57 FINAL
New Hampshire 60
Penn 60 FINAL
Navy 51
Xavier 89 FINAL
Binghamton 71
Georgetown 58 FINAL
Alabama 72
(13) Kentucky 71 FINAL
Central Michigan 68
Texas Southern 52 FINAL
TCU 69
South Dakota St 62 FINAL
(18) DePaul 84
Talladega 70 FINAL
Ark-Pine Bluff 66
Arkansas State 69 FINAL
Colorado 80
Alcorn State 43 FINAL
UAB 57
Tenn Tech 61 FINAL
Valparaiso 79
Dayton 83 FINAL
(19) Iowa 88
Nevada 60 FINAL
BYU 65


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