Men's Basketball

Oakland Draws Morehead State in Ramada ESPN BracketBuster Game

Greg Kampe became the 5th active D-I coach to reach 500 wins at one school.

Greg Kampe became the 5th active D-I coach to reach 500 wins at one school.

Feb. 4, 2013

ROCHESTER, Mich. - Oakland (11-13) will face Morehead State (11-13) in the Ramada ESPN BracketBuster Game, announced by ESPN on Monday. The game will be played inside the Athletics Center O'rena at 5 p.m. on Feb. 23. Tickets can be purchased on ticketmaster.com.

This marks the second year that the Golden Grizzlies have competed in the BracketBuster game. OU fell to Illinois State, 79-75, last season in Redbird Arena. This marks the final year of the ESPN BracketBusters, but Oakland will return a trip to Morehead State some time in the future.

The Golden Grizzlies currently stand in fourth place in The Summit League standings at 6-4. OU has won four of its last five league games and the Grizzlies are riding a three-game winning streak.

The Eagles are 5-5 in the Ohio Valley Conference and in fifth place in the East division. MSU is 3-10 on the road this season and are led by Milton Chavis at 11.0 points per game.

Travis Bader continues to lead the country in 3-pointers made with 100. Bader became the first player in school history to make 100 threes in back-to-back seasons and has currently made a 3-pointer in 44 straight games (2nd-best in the NCAA).

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