Also here in a story about UW-Milwaukee:
That left UWM as the winningest program in the league over the past 12 years, having averaged more than 10 conference victories per season over that span, but also with some significant gaps in its schedule. Jeter did well to land the game with Davidson, which is expected to be an NCAA Tournament team, but now no Horizon League games will be played until January.
"We can go on the road and play, but then we're not giving our fans what we think they deserve - at least 14, 15 home games," Jeter said. "So we really stuck to that. That's why by losing Butler, we got put in a jam. We were very fortunate to get Davidson, and you can see why no one wants to play Davidson - they're very good. But we're going to lace them up, play, and it's going to be a great experience for us."