CLEVELAND -- Charlie Lee led five players in double figures with 20 points and dished a game-high seven assists in Cleveland State's 92-49 rout of Grambling State on Friday night in the season opener for both teams.
Forbes, Lee and Kamczyc each knocked down two 3-pointers for the Vikings, who shot 8 of 16 from deep.
Cleveland State shot 57.1 percent (16 of 28) in the first half and held Grambling State to 17.4 percent (8 of 23) en route to a 43-17 halftime lead. Cleveland State pushed its lead to 51 points, 89-38, with 4:43 left.
The Vikings outscored Grambling State 36-18 in the paint and scored 18 points off 16 Grambling turnovers.
Terry Rose led Grambling State with 16 points.
An attorney for former Southern Mississippi basketball coach Donnie Tyndall says the NCAA's Committee on Infractions missed its deadline to respond to the coach's appeal.
The Northwoods baseball league swapped the traditional baseball diamond for the waters of Lake Michigan to host their HR derby.
Sources tell ESPN's Jeff Goodman that the South Florida men's basketball program is under NCAA investigation for possible academic fraud issues.