The CFL announced Friday evening that former Lions quarterback Dave Dickenson and former head coach and team executive Bob OBillovich will be included in the 2015 induction class of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. Joining the club in 2003 where he was reunited with former head coach Wally Buono, Dickenson appeared in 65 games over five seasons for the Lions throwing for 13,573 yards on 979 completions with 90 touchdowns. The Montana native led the club to two Grey Cup appearances including the Lions 2006 title win and sits fifth all-time in passing yards among the franchises quarterbacks. His most productive season came in 2003, when he passed for 5,496 yards, the second-best single-season total in team history, while his career completion percentage of 69.2 leads all former BC quarterbacks. OBillovich, who will go into the Builder category next fall, originally joined the BC Lions as head coach in September 1990 after eight successful seasons in Toronto. He led the club through three years and 43 regular season games before returning to the Argos. In 2003, the veteran coach and executive returned to the Lions under GM Wally Buono as the clubs director of player personnel and went on to recruit legions of outstanding players including Cam Wake, Aaron Hunt, Jarious Jackson and Dante Marsh to name a few. Before departing the Lions to become GM of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2008, OBillovich and Buono had partnered to build one the leagues most powerful franchises compiling a record of 63-26-1 over five regular seasons and a .706 winning percentage, the highest in the Canadian Football League over that span with a Grey Cup title in 2006. Larry Reda will go into the Builder category in 2015. Reda has served at virtually every level of amateur football in British Columbia including director and president of the BC Junior Football League. 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Wesley had a chance to tie the game after being fouled on a 3-pointer, but was well short on his first attempt and clanged away the other two. Kyle Wiltjer led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Kevin Pangos had six assists, but was held to eight points on 3-of-10 shooting. NO. 7 VIRGINIA 74, VCU 57 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Justin Anderson scored 21 points, and Virginia ended VCUs 22-game home winning streak. Anderson showed no signs of the twisted right ankle that knocked him out of Virginias victory at Maryland on Wednesday night. He hit 6 of 7 shots while helping the Cavaliers move to 9-0 for the first time since 2001-02. Anthony Gill added 18 points and Malcolm Brogdon had 15 for the Cavaliers. Treveon Graham scored 17 for the Rams (5-3). Melvin Johnson had 15 points. NO. 8 WICHITA STATE 81, SAINT LOUIS 52 WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Ron Baker scored 18 points, and Wichita State rebounded from Wednesdays overtime loss at Utah. 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Love added nine rebounds, four steals, three assists and two blocks. Keifer Sykes had 18 points and Greg Mays scored 10 for the Phoenix (6-2). Green Bay began shooting successfully over Miamis zone early in the second half. Love sank a 3-pointer during a 13-1 run that put the Phoenix ahead 44-31 with 11 minutes left. NJIT 72, NO. 17 MICHIGAN 70 ANN Arbour, Mich. (AP) -- Damon Lynn made a critical 3-pointer and finished with 20 points to help New Jersey Institute of Technology get the upset. Willis Winfield and Ky Howard had 17 points apiece for the only independent basketball program in Division I. The Highlanders (3-5) went 11 for 17 from 3-point range. Caris LeVert scored 32 points for Michigan (6-2), which shot 42 per cent from the field. Derrick Walton added 16 points. NJIT sealed the win when Daquan Holiday corralled the ball with 4.3 seconds remaining and made two free throws. NO. 19 MICHIGAN STATE 85, ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF 52 EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Matt Costello and Travis Trice each scored 15 points to lead Michigan State to the easy win. Branden Dawson had 12 points and seven rebounds for Michigan State (6-3). Bryn Forbes added 12-points, making 4 of 7 3-point shots. The Spartans built a 34-point halftime lead and snapped a two-game losing streak against Kansas and Notre Dame. Marcel Mosely scored 19 points and Ghiavonnie Robinson had 13 for the Golden Lions (1-7), who have lost five in a row. NO. 21 MARYLAND 82, WINTHROP 62 COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Jake Layman scored 21 points for Maryland, and freshman Melo Trimble and Richaud Pack had 16 apiece. Jared Nickens added 12 points for the Terrapins (8-1), who bounced back from a double-digit home loss to No. 7 Virginia on Wednesday. In this one, Maryland trailed by nine points in the first half and was tied shortly after halftime before finally creating some separation. Keon Moore led Winthrop (3-4) with 20 points and Keon Johnson had 18. 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