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Published: Wednesday, 8/29/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago

Bowling Green State University releases 2012-13 men's basketball schedule

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BOWLING GREEN -- The Bowling Green State University men's basketball team will take part in the Preseason NIT and host Michigan State at the Stroh Center as part of its 2012-13 schedule, which was announced today.

The Falcons will open the season with a contest against Lake Erie on Nov. 9, the first of six non-conference home games. The biggest name on that list is the Spartans, who will visit the Stroh Center on Tuesday, Dec. 18.

Louis Orr's squad begins Mid-American Conference play at Central Michigan on Jan. 9, then hosts Eastern Michigan in its home league opener on Jan. 12. BG will play arch-rival Toledo at Savage Arena on Jan. 26.

Here's the men's schedule (* indicates Mid-American Conference game):

Date Opponent

Nov. 4 Central State (exh.)

Nov. 9 Lake Erie

Nov. 12-14 Preseason NIT (at Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Nov. 19-20 Preseason NIT (location TBA/if a loss Nov. 12-14)

OR

Nov. 21, 23 Preseason NIT (at New York, N.Y./if two wins Nov. 12-14)

Nov. 27 Detroit

Dec. 1 Youngstown State

Dec. 3 Wright State

Dec. 8 Samford

Dec. 18 Michigan State

Dec. 21 at South Florida

Dec. 28 at North Dakota

Dec. 31 at Temple

Jan. 9 at Central Michigan*

Jan. 12 Eastern Michigan*

Jan. 16 at Miami*

Jan. 19 at Buffalo*

Jan. 23 Kent State*

Jan. 26 at Toledo*

Jan. 30 Akron*

Feb. 2 Ball State*

Feb. 6 at Northern Illinois*

Feb. 9 at Ohio*

Feb. 13 Western Michigan*

Feb. 16 at Akron*

Feb. 21 New Orleans

Feb. 23 at ESPN BracketBuster

Feb. 27 Miami*

March 2 Ohio*

March 5 at Kent State*

March 8/9 Buffalo*



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