Wrightst 40 40 80
Idaho 29 41 70
Date of game: 11/9/2012

Recap: Idaho vs. Wright State

Moscow, ID (Sports Network) - Cole Darling scored 18 points to lead the Wright State Raiders to an 80-70 win in the season opener against the Idaho Vandals at Memorial Gym.

J.T. Yoho had 17 points off the bench for Wright State (1-0) while A.J. Pacher and Reggie Arceneaux each added 10. Pacher had a team-high seven rebounds as well.

Kyle Barone finished with team-highs of 18 points and nine rebounds for Idaho (0-1). Mansa Habeeb had 14 points off the bench and Stephen Madison added 11 points, nine of which came from the free throw line.

Wright State led 40-29 after connecting on 14-of-32 field goal attempts in the first half. Idaho hit 47.6 percent of its shots but had only 10 first-half field goals. Wright State also outscored the Vandals 15-3 from the three-point line.

In the second half Idaho kept pace with the Raiders but was unable to cut into the lead significantly. The Vandals connected on 13-of-22 shot attempts while Wright State was successful on 13-of-27.

Idaho lost despite a 32-26 advantage on the boards by committing more than twice as many turnovers as Wright State (13-6).

Game Notes

Dorm Report: The year of running backs

We've all noticed the trend: NFL teams are more reliant on the passing game offensively than ever before, which makes the running back position more of a commodity than a necessity.

NASCAR News
The Inside Line: NASCAR's elite eight move on

The Eliminator Round in the new Chase for the Sprint Cup championship begins this weekend at Martinsville Speedway, with the playoff field now trimmed to eight drivers.

Polian, Wolf named Pro Football HOF finalists

Former NFL general managers Bill Polian and Ron Wolf have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class under the newly-created contributors category.

Thunder exercise options on Lamb, Adams, Roberson, and Jones

The Oklahoma City Thunder exercised club options on guard Jeremy Lamb, center Steven Adams and forwards Andre Roberson and Perry Jones on Tuesday.

Wild, Coyle agree to 5-year extension

The Minnesota Wild moved to lock up another of their young core on Wednesday, agreeing to terms with center Charlie Coyle on a five-year contract extension.

Featured Partners
www.eastridgeretirementcenter.com
The newly modeled East Ridge Residence is a must see with its spacious comfortable apartments. Plus, 3 delicious meals daily, geriatric physician, home healthcare services and fun festive activities. Schedule your visit today!
www.ameripriseadvisors.com/james.m.scotchie
Together we can make a confident retirement possible. Simply click to get started with your private wealth advisor. Talk to Jimmy Scotchie, Certified Financial Planner.
www.comcast.com/cable-internet-packages.html
Get started at $79.99 a month for 12 months. Plus, get a $75 VISA® Prepaid card.
 
Supermarket Guru
From The Archives
Scenic City Roots
Through Irish Eyes
Brand News
Prime Mashup
What's Trending
Megan Wise Goes Outside
Stay Connected with WDEF News 12
 
Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.