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Toledo 90 Northern Kentucky 73


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NKU starts conference play with a 4-7 record.


Despite 20 points from Tyler White and career nights from both Lavone Holland II and Drew McDonald, the Northern Kentucky University men's basketball team fell to Toledo, 90-73, to wrap up the nonconference portion of the schedule at Savage Arena.


White led the Norse with 20 points. Holland and McDonald followed with 18 points apiece, good for a pair of career-highs.


Holland went 7-of-13 from the floor and added three rebounds and three assists while McDonald issued an 8-of-12 showing and posted four boards and two assists. McDonald eclipsed his career-high in the first half alone, netting 14 points in the opening period while Holland posted 15 first-half points.


As a team, NKU (4-7) shot 48.2 percent (27-of-56) while Toledo (9-4) went 30-for-63 for 47.6 percent shooting from the floor to go with a perfect 20-for-20 showing from the line.

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More reason for NKU to stayed in Division 2. They are wasting their time and the schools money by being a wannabe D-1 program in a bad league. Heck, even Incarnate Word and Grand Canyon are better, and they both have not been in D-1 as long NKU.


You mad bro?

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Ah, Mr. Wireman. Dave Bezold sends his regards. Kurt Young, too.


I love Coach Bezold and Coach Young. Bashing the school with every post you make isn't going to change (or help) anything though.

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Almost as pathetic as NKU with a 2-8 record vs D-1 schools so the moral victory police like you can cheer them on and take shots at Coach Bezold and his staff.

Not one person has taken a shot at your buddy, Coach Bezold. Spewing lies only makes you look even more pathetic.

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