College of Charleston-Davidson Rivalry Highlights Jan. 19 SoCon Tilts

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College of Charleston-Davidson Rivalry Highlights Jan. 19 SoCon Tilts

Southern Conference basketball is now well into the month of January and play is heating up inside one of the most competitive mid-major leagues in NCAA Division I college basketball. The top basketball rivalry in the league will be renewed tonight, when College of Charleston travels to Davidson for a key South Division tilt. 

A win tonight for the Wildcats will create some separation between themselves and the Cougars in the SoCon South, while a win by the Cougars could make for a real interesting next month-and-a-half. Few fans will forget where they were when Davidson completed an epic 2006-07 SoCon title run with a 73-63 win over the Cougars in the SoCon title game in what was Bobby Cremins' first season in the Port City. Cremins and the Cougars would return the favor a couple of years later in the SoCon semifinals in Chattanooga, as the Cougars ousted Stephen Curry and Davidson in the SoCon semifinals, 59-52, ending Davidson's NCAA hopes in 2008-09.

Davidson and Charleston is all part of a a five-game slate of league games tonight, which also includes: Appalachian State at Wofford; Georgia Southern at Furman; Samford at Elon and Chattanooga at UNCG. All tip-offs are scheduled for 7 p.m.

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