|THE MID-WEEK'S BEST
Week of January 24 - 27, 2005
Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Jake Mulheisen, Nebraska
Mulheisen helped the Cornhuskers upset Texas A&M Wednesday evening in Lincoln. The senior tossed in 25 points on six of seven shooting from the field, including three of four from three-point range. The Lincoln native also pulled down six boards and dished out a couple of assists in the win.
Runner-Up: Will Bynum, Georgia Tech : 30 PTS, 5-9 3PT
Larry O'Bannon, Louisville
O'Bannon led the Cardinals to a blowout victory over Marquette on Wednesday. The senior tallied 30 points and made nine of thirteen shots from the field. The Louisville native connected on six of nine from behind the arc and dished out seven assists while pulling down five rebounds.
Runner-Up: Von Wafer, Florida State : 23 PTS, 5-7 3PT
Salim Stoudamire, Arizona
Stoudamire aided the 'Cats in their huge PAC 10 victory over co-leader Washington Thursday night. The senior poured in 25 points on 50% shooting, including two of four from downtown. The Portland, Oregon native was perfect from the free-throw line, pulled down five boards, and had two assists.
Runner-Up: Allan Ray, Villanova : 23 PTS, 4-6 3PT
Vedran Vukusic, Northwestern
Vukusic rammed home 32 points in a huge home upset of Big Ten rival Iowa. The junior made eleven of twenty shots from the field, including five of twelve from three-point distance. The native of Split, Croatia also made all five of his free-throws and had three steals in the Wednesday victory.
Runner-Up: Jeremiah Massey, Kansas State : 23 PTS, 10 REB
Nick Caner-Medley, Maryland
Caner-Medley totaled 25 points in one of the biggest upsets of the college basketball season to date. The Terps picked up a huge win at Duke Wednesday in part thanks to the junior's eight of thirteen shooting from the field and five boards. The Portland, Maine native also had three assists and four steals.
Runner-Up: Jared Dudley, Boston College : 21 PTS, 12 REB
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