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February 4, 2018 Police Blotter

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Men’s Basketball Returns To The Knapp Center To Face SDSU

first_imgStory Links Drake Game Notes SDSU Game Notes Live Video Buy Tickets center_img Live Stats Live Audio DES MOINES, Iowa – Forty-eight hours after a hard-fought loss to Iowa State, the Drake University men’s basketball team aims to rebound against South Dakota State on Monday, Dec. 19, at the Knapp Center. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. with the contest being broadcast on Mediacom MC22 and on radio via ESPN Des Moines 1350-AM.On Saturday at the Hy-Vee Classic, the Bulldogs went toe-to-toe with Iowa State before falling 97-80 as the Cyclones closed the game on a 21-4 run. Billy Wampler (Eau Claire, Wis.) continued his offensive outburst with a career-high 23 points to mark his second-straight 20-point game and his fifth straight game in double figures. De’Antae McMurray (Alton, Ill.) added a career-high 15 points in the loss as well.SDSU finds itself on a hot streak of late with five wins in its last six games including an 88-84 overtime win against Murray State on Saturday evening to improve to 6-7 on the year. The Jackrabbits are led by Summit League preseason Player of the Year Mike Daum with 22.2 points per game after back-to-back 30-point outings.The Jackrabbits are coached by first-year head coach T.J. Otzelberger, someone Drake head coach Jeff Rutter is extremely familiar with dating back to when Otzelberger was a senior in high school and Rutter had just been named head coach at UW Parkside.”I was at a recruiting event in Milwaukee, and T.J., then this young man, approached me about the possibility of joining our program,” Rutter said. “I had my chance to coach him my first year at Parkside and we’ve been great friends ever since. He was just with us for a year, but eight or nine years later he reached out and was interested in joining the college coaching ranks.”Rutter, who was then at UNI with Greg McDermott offered Otzelberger the opportunity to work camps and learn from the Panthers’ staff before gaining even more experience coaching at Chipola Junior College in Florida.When McDermott and Rutter jumped to Iowa State, they added Otzelberger, who had at that point developed tremendous national recruiting connections, to the staff. There Rutter and Otzelberger remained on staff together for seven years.”We worked together for seven years at Iowa State and have maintained a strong relationship,” Rutter added. “I respect the heck out of him. He’s a tough-nosed worker and grinder. He’s in it for the right reasons – he enjoys working with young guys and is a tremendous student and teacher of the game.”Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more