Mid-American RUMORS & NEWS

  • University of Buffalo Adds Lindsey Hunter to Coaching Staff

    Basketball Insiders "University at Buffalo coach Nate Oats has hired former Detroit Pistons guard Lindsey Hunter to his staff. Hunter won two NBA championships during a 17-year career before eventually getting into coaching. " June 14

  • Western Michigan's Kellen McCormick to transfer

    The Score "Western Michigan forward Kellen McCormick has graduated from the school and will now look to transfer, a source told ESPN's Jeff Goodman. " June 11

  • UB signs basketball coach Nate Oats to 5-year contract

    Buffalo News "The University at Buffalo and head men's basketball coach Nate Oats have agreed on a new five-year contract, UB Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced. The new deal extends through the 2020-21 season. Oats took UB to a second-straight Mid-American Conference championship and an NCAA..." May 19

  • Tre'Shaun Fletcher Toledo-bound

    BuffZone.com "It appears Tre'Shaun Fletcher is Toledo-bound. In a tweet posted Monday night, CBSSports.com reported that Fletcher, who recently finished his junior season with the Colorado men's basketball team, will complete his career at the University of Toledo. Fletcher announced his plans to transfer..." May 18

  • Michigan State transfer Javon Bess reportedly commits to Akron

    Michigan Live "Javon Bess is heading back to his home state. The former Michigan State guard has committed to play for Akron, according to a Sunday report from CBS. He chose Akron over his other finalist, St. Louis, according to previous reports. Per NCAA transfer rules, Bess will now have to sit out one..." May 15

  • Kent State's Jimmy Hall withdraws from NBA Draft process

    Record-Courier "Kent State star forward Jimmy Hall announced on Twitter Wednesday morning that he's withdrawing from the NBA Draft process. Hall tweeted the following message: “Blessed and grateful to have gone through this draft process, now it's time to focus on graduation and leading my guys to a..." May 11