Found January 26, 2013 on
Northern Illinois may have lost to Florida State in the Orange Bowl 31-10, but at halftime on Saturday afternoon, the NIU basketball team hadn’t even put up half of what their football classmates did.
Earlier this season, Northern Illinois broke the NCAA Division I record for fewest points in a first half, scoring only 5 against Dayton on Dec. 5. Saturday, they broke their own record recording only four in the first half.
Taking on Eastern Michigan, the Huskies shot a shocking 1-of-31 from the field in the first 20 minutes. After Northern’s Badel Sader made a jumper one minute into the game, the Huskies would go on to miss 29 straight.
NIU’s 3.2 percent field goal percentage in the first half also set a record that was previously set by Savannah State in 2008 when the Tigers shot a miserable 4.8 percent. The record-breaking doesn’t stop there though, as the Huskies finished the game with a 13.1 percent field goal percentage, capturing another historic feat.
The Huskies eventually fo...
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Kenny Shaw, the Florida State Seminole wide receiver, took to Twitter today to proclaim that FSU has the prettiest white girls in the nation. The 6’0″ 170 lb WR hails from Orlando, FL. He had 33 receptions for 532 yards and 3 TDs in 2012.
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And you thought what Florida State did to NIU in the Orange Bowl was bad. I guess Northern Illinois is a college football school; because their college basketball program is horrendous. Some years they’re bad, this year they are a train wreck. Today they were to scoring what Tim Beckman is to coaching. In a 42-25 loss to Eastern Michigan, the Huskies had 4, count ‘em four...
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