While keeping health and safety considerations at the forefront, here are the most entertaining local nonconference matchups we'd like to see this season.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/9W 86-81
- 11/16W 90-61
- 11/19W 93-68
- 11/25W 80-61
- 11/26W 89-62
- 11/274L 90-84
- 12/3W 99-68
- 12/8W 78-68
- 12/14W 78-47
- 12/17W 71-58
- 12/21L 78-76
- 12/23W 81-53
- 12/30W 77-59
- 1/2W 84-58
- 1/5W 80-67
- 1/11W 88-60
- 1/14W 79-65
- 1/17W 78-76
- 1/22W 86-60
- 1/25W 87-79
- 1/29W 73-69
- 2/1W 70-56
- 2/8W 71-65
- 2/11W 81-67
- 2/15W 71-63
- 2/18W 66-61
- 2/22W 80-70
- 2/25W 62-55
- 2/28W 82-67
- 3/4W 84-57
- 3/7W 76-51
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- Dayton's Toppin wins Wooden Award over Garza
- Bey, Garza, Powell, Pritchard, Toppin win awards
- Dayton's Toppin adds Naismith Trophy to haul
- Toppin, Azubuike among Wooden Award finalists
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Dayton Flyers forward Obi Toppin capped his magical sophomore season Tuesday, when he was announced as the winner of the John R. Wooden Award over Iowa's Luka Garza. Toppin also won the Naismith and Associated Press national player of the year awards.
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