Jordan Campbell

Belmont Bruins #32 - Guard

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 210

College basketball injury report [UPDATE] March 4: Udoka Azubuike, Mac McClung, Alpha Diallo

The Georgetown duo of Mac McClung and Omer Yurtseven lead our report of college basketball injuries today.

Stanford’s Oscar da Silva tops February 15th college basketball injury report

The Stanford forward leads the list of key injuries for the Saturday, February 15th college basketball schedule.

Tyrese Haliburton tops February 12th college basketball injury report

The Iowa State star is out for the season and leads the injuries for the Tuesday, February 12th college basketball schedule.

Oregon State Basketball: An Early 2019-2020 Season Roster Outlook


Does Tres Tinkle leave for the NBA?

Oregon State Basketball: Freshman Center Jack Wilson Is Leaving The Program


The Beavers big man is the second player to depart the program this season.

Hoops Preview: Is Oregon State a sign of things to come for Mizzou?


The Beavers might be the earliest litmus test of where Mizzou stands in what appears to be a transitional season for the Tigers.

11 Days ‘Till OSU Basketball: Could This Be the Year the Beavers Make It Back to the Big Dance?


Oregon State has some of the most talented players in the conference. How far can they carry this team?

15 Days ‘Till OSU Basketball: 2018-2019 Men’s Basketball Roster Outlook


A look at the returning and incoming Beavs.

No snickering, just satisfying Badger win


Wisconsin refused to succumb to the naysayers on Thursday night, taking care of Belmont in convincing fashion.

Round of 64: Bring on Belmont


Storylines are plentiful as #4 Wisconsin takes on #13 Belmont in Tuscon tonight. The Bruins are a popular upset pick, but there is no way the Badgers could have taken them lightly anyway.

Belmont vs. Wisconsin


Blogger So Dear takes a look at what could be the best first round matchup of the 2011 NCAA Tournament: Belmont and Wisconsin.

2011 NCAA Tournament: Who Are The Cinderellas?


Here is a look at five teams that can pull first round upsets.