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2012-13 Sun Belt Men's Basketball - Week Two

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2012-13 Sun Belt Men's Basketball - Week Two



11/16/2012

Arkansas State 77, UT Martin 73 (3 OT)
Mississippi 92, UALR 52
Texas Southern 74, Louisiana-Lafayette 71 (OT)
North Texas 78, Cameron 49

11/17/2012

Stephen F. Austin 69, FIU 60
Florida Atlantic 64, Coppin State 61
Western Kentucky 92, Western Carolina 81

11/18/2012

Louisiana Tech 70, Troy 46
Elon 62, Florida Atlantic 59 (OT)
#10 Florida 66, Middle Tennessee 45
Boise St. 63, Louisiana-Lafayette 57

11/19/2012

Tennessee State 68, South Alabama 57
UALR 59, Milwaukee 43
Troy 68, Chattanooga 61
North Texas 80, IUPUI 66
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Men's Basketball Player of the Week…

Jamal Crook (WKU, Sr., G)

WKU senior guard Jamal Crook led WKU to two wins last week, averaging 21.0 points and shooting 61.1 percent from the field against Austin Peay and Western Carolina. Crook scored 16 points and had nine assists against the Governors on Tuesday and followed it up with a career high 26 points on 6-of-8 shooting against the Catamounts on Saturday. Crook played 29.5 minutes per contest in the two Hilltopper wins, and he had 13 assists and just six turnovers. The Louisville, Ky., native made 14 of 15 free throws in the Western Carolina game, setting career marks in those categories as well. Crook has led WKU in scoring in each of the first three games of the 2012-13 season.
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Rick said

Men's Basketball Player of the Week…

Jamal Crook (WKU, Sr., G)

WKU senior guard Jamal Crook led WKU to two wins last week, averaging 21.0 points and shooting 61.1 percent from the field against Austin Peay and Western Carolina. Crook scored 16 points and had nine assists against the Governors on Tuesday and followed it up with a career high 26 points on 6-of-8 shooting against the Catamounts on Saturday. Crook played 29.5 minutes per contest in the two Hilltopper wins, and he had 13 assists and just six turnovers. The Louisville, Ky., native made 14 of 15 free throws in the Western Carolina game, setting career marks in those categories as well. Crook has led WKU in scoring in each of the first three games of the 2012-13 season.

WOW, played some serious competition to deserve the award this week - give me a break - nice stats but against who?
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