Monday, February 28, 2011

Monday Morning Dump

- Jason Lisk explains how road records can affect tournament seeding. He also makes a case for BYU as a #1-seed

- Eric Angevine explains why St. John's is turning into an elite team at the right time

- Jason King breaks down the state of mid-major basketball

- Ryan Greene details the bubble winners and bubble losers from the weekend

- Andy Katz recaps BYU's statement-win over SDSU on the road on Saturday

- Jeff Goodman provides 12 things you need to know from the weekend of college hoops

- Another excellent weekend recap from Raphielle Johnson (A weekend recap Monday morning must-read)

- Mike DeCourcy wonders if league titles are losing their luster

- Doug Gottleib provides some insight on the big sotries from the weekend (Insider Only)

- Matt Norlander thinks Cincinnati still has some work to do

- Butler head coach Brad Stevens had to leave the Bulldog's game on Saturday early with vision issues

- Monmoth head coach Dave Calloway is resigning after 14 years on the job

- With their staring point guard and senior leader (Chris Wright) injured, the Georgetown Hoyas struggled to assert themselves at home against rivals Syracuse

- Louisville's Rakeem Buckles tore his ACL on Sunday against Pittsburgh. It was Buckles first game back from a finger injury that sidelined him for 13 games this season

- Jeff Brozello recaps all the big games from Saturday afternoon

- Is Drexel really a candidate for an at-large bid?

- A solid-read on Michigan State's Mike Keibler. the former walk-on has emerged as a key player for the Spartans and bounced back from a nasty mid-season concussion

- A male cheerleader almost cost Louisville the game on Sunday against Pittsburgh

- An interesting read on Steve Lavin's courtship by Penn State and why none of it matters now

- Ohio State coach Thad Matta reached out to Bob Knight on how to beat "The Generals" former employer

- A great "where are they now" piece on Michael Avery, who verbally committed to Kentucky in 8th grade during Billy Gillespie's reign as head coach

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