Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Tuesday Morning Dump

- Michael Gilchrist is thinking National Championship, not NBA draft

- We weren't the only ones shocked by how little college basketball factored into decisions regarding expansion. Read the comments in this report from Frank Martin, Bill Self, and Mark Turgeon.

- Eamonn Brennan had a chance to attend the Skill Academies in Chicago over the weekend and put together a pretty good round up.

- Here is a video from the Deron Williams camp:

- Florida may join Oregon as the only states that require colleges to interview at least one minority candidate during a coaching search.

- Dana O'Neil was all over the Big XII yesterday: Colorado and Nebraska will have an awkward season; Big XII coaches would rather have a 16 game schedule than the round robin, 18 game schedule.

- Did Florida-BYU have a larger online audience than US-Algeria?

- This actually sounds like it could be a pretty good movie. Couldn't you see Channing Tatum starring in this?

- Re-shuffling of Maryland Athletic Department won't affect Terps non-conference schedule

- The Charlotte Observer breaks down the changes for Duke this season.

- Boston College transfer Kevin Noreen is headed to West Virginia.

- Kentucky could land another 5-star recruit from the class of 2011

- Chris Coleman is headed to FIU.

- In the wake of the Kansas ticket scandal, the NCAA, the schools, and the ticket brokers look to curb illegal scalping.

- Louisville adds Tim Fuller as an assistant coach.

- New Big-12 means basketball coaches get bumped to second-class status; Coaches preparing for change

Evan Turner sings take me out to the ball game at Wrigley Field. He's terrible, but make sure you wait until the 16 second mark before you turn off the video:

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