other scores around the southeast, number 8 west virginia with an 11 point lead on the citadel. 18th ranked ohio state leading lipscomb by nine and number 22 maryland trailing at cincinnati in the first half. also, stanford leading virginia by a point in the first half and wake forest with a two point lead on winston salem state. in the big south conference, coastal carolina was the losers. v.m.i. trailing u.n.c. wilmington by 27 in the first half and presbyterian at bradley coming up in just a few moments. halftime here in athens, georgia, where georgia has a 17 point lead. matt: it's halftime in athens, georgia. bulldogs leading u.n.c. asheville. announcer: there is a place not so far away. a place where you don't have to keep the volume down.
and most expect bob huggins and west virginia to win that conference this year. you were talking last night. watch out for rick patino. >> larry: yeah. i think louisville is going to be very good. >> dan: rebound to jones. that's jones. >> larry: he finally got one. >> dan: maybe that gets him going. >> larry: well, he was 1 for his last 12 counting last night and tonight. maybe that will get him going. >> dan: gives you an idea of his quickness and speed to the goal. 4:30 to play. >> larry: depaul went on a 10-0 run before that basket. >> dan: 27-18. nice look on the left block. trying to go up and understand. and picking it up and krys faber. >> larry: faber doing a nice job. how about the work down inside by the guys they need down there, faber and devin hill? >> dan: faber with four. three up from the right side. that's the second of the night for chris prescott. >> larry: well, if anything is going to happen for st. joseph's offensively, it has to be their guards. >> dan: the lead is caught to eight. walker in the lane. got it, blocked. st. joseph's has it.
perhaps we found some this election tuesday in virginia. i am sure we will find more. it may take a cycle or two to get the new generation of republicans out there. all of a sudden we're seeing a lot of republicans encouraged to run, a lot of new candidates as a result of tuesday's election. >> what lesson do you thought of bob macdonald's victory? beside a big shift among independents. do you need to run to the center to be successful republican? >> guest: yes that are two ways of doing that. the lessons of the past election, the democrats are in this wonderful place where when you ask why they're going to win in 2010, because the republicans are a mess, they are divided and eating their own, i have told that story. usually when you tell that story, that is a bad place. the republicans are very unified at this point. we are unified, fiscal issues, a big umbrella. you saw it in congress when voted against the stimulus and in places like florida where the fellow out of the mainstream is one guy who happens to be the governor. every other republican in the state doesn't
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