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  • Purdue and IU miss one

    Adam Gore graduated from Monrovia, IN last May. The Gore name has been a part of Morgan county basketball for a long time, and the tradition continues.

    I guess he was on Sportscenter yesterday. Syracuse did win by a score of 67-62.

    AP story - "This time they made 11, and freshman Adam Gore was the spark plug. He made three 3s and scored 13 points in the first half and continued his hot shooting in the second until picking up his fourth foul with 11:10 left.

    Gore, who finished with 22 points, repeatedly beat Syracuse’s zone defense. He hit his sixth and final 3 to give Cornell its first lead of the game, 47-44, with 11:59 to play as the Big Red bench sensed a monumental upset in the making inside the unfriendly confines of the Carrier Dome."

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    Anybody smart enough to go to Cornell is smart enough to not go to IU or PU.
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    • #3
      Gore had 10 of Cornell's first 20 pts.

      also schools like University of Indianapolis and Butler missed him, but they had their chance.
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        from Cornell's hoop site


        "A third-team all-state pick as a senior, Gore averaged 24.8 points, 4.9 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game and was voted the Indianapolis Star's 2005 All-West Player of the Year. A deadeye shooter, Gore shot 61.6 percent from the field, including a school-record 53.2 percent from 3-point territory, and connected on 86.2 percent from the free-throw line. He had a career average of 18 points on 58.5 percent shooting and 45.6 percent from 3-point range. As a senior, Gore led his team to a top 10 ranking in the state and posted a single-game high of 43 points. He wound up second on the school's all-time list with 1,671 points. Gore named one of the state's top 100 players by Hoosier Basketball Magazine and was selected to play in the Indiana North-South All-Star game."
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