— Kaden Metheny had a season-high 29 points as Bowling Green beat Eastern Michigan 82-69 on Tuesday night.
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— Justin Turner had 27 points as Bowling Green topped Ball State 75-62 on Tuesday night. Kaden Metheny added 21 points for the Falcons.
— Daeqwon Plowden had a season-high 22 points as Bowling Green beat Toledo 88-81 on Saturday.
— Danny Pippen had 16 points and 11 rebounds to carry Kent State to a 71-67 win over Bowling Green on Tuesday night.
— Greg Lee recorded 16 points and 12 rebounds to carry Western Michigan to a 76-70 win over Bowling Green on Wednesday night, ending the Broncos’ seven-game losing streak.
— Spencer Littleson had 19 points to lead six Toledo players in double figures and the Rockets defeated Bowling Green 84-66 on Saturday.
— Danny Pippen tied his career high with 34 points plus 11 rebounds as Kent State edged past Bowling Green 96-91 on Wednesday.
— Dae Dae Grant had a career-high 27 points as Miami (Ohio) defeated Bowling Green 96-77 on Thursday.
— Enrique Freeman scored 10 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lift Akron to a 69-57 win over Bowling Green on Tuesday night.
— Justin Turner had 25 points as Bowling Green beat Buffalo 76-69 on Friday night.
— Ishmael El-Amin had 20 points as Ball State easily defeated Bowling Green 88-64 on Tuesday night.
— Justin Turner had 24 points with eight assists as Bowling Green romped past Central Michigan 93-65 on Saturday, posting a 5-0 start to Mid-American Conference play for just the third time.
— Justin Turner had 17 points to lead six Bowling Green players in double figures as the Falcons rolled past Central Michigan 90-69 on Tuesday night.
— Justin Turner had 20 points as Bowling Green romped past Northern Illinois 68-42 on Saturday.
— Trey Diggs had 20 points as Bowling Green defeated Ohio 83-75 on Wednesday.
— Justin Turner had 24 points and 11 assists as Bowling Green rolled past Robert Morris 85-65 on Friday night.
— Tanner Holden scored 19 points, leading five into double figures and Wright State topped Bowling Green 85-67 on Sunday.
— Justin Turner had 33 points as Bowling Green got past Buffalo 86-78 on Sunday night in a Mid-American Conference opener for each team.
— Justin Turner had 25 points as Bowling Green narrowly beat Appalachian State 78-76 in overtime on Monday night.
— Daeqwon Plowden had 19 points and 16 rebounds as Bowling Green rolled past South Carolina State 101-78 on Saturday.
— Chaundee Brown scored 18 of his 19 points in the second half of his Michigan debut, and the 25th-ranked Wolverines beat Bowling Green 96-82 on Wednesday.
Courtside: The guys recap the NBA Draft, highlight mid-major teams you'll see come March and talk to Loyola Chicago's Porter Moser
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast recapping the NBA Draft, talking about the advantage overseas players have playing in professional leagues, being moved by the emotion of draft night, James Wiseman going to Golden State, Jalen “Stix” Smith jumping up to No. 10 and second round guys that could have long NBA careers. Then the guys shift gears to preview a slew of mid-major teams, including Northern Iowa, Richmond, Saint Louis, Bowling Green, Austin Peay, UNC Greensboro, San Diego State, UNLV and Utah State (22:44). Later, Loyola Chicago’s Porter Moser hops on from isolation to discuss the outbreak of COVID-19 on his team, Cameron Krutwig doing it all, the Horizon League and how the Final Four appearance has impacted the program (39:58).
In June, Georgia Tech men's basketball assistant Eric Reveno started a campaign urging the NCAA to designate Election Day as a day off from all athletic activities. Soon, other coaches joined in the push to get college athletes educated on voting.