Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Tuesday Morning Dump

- Its had to disagree with Gary Parrish here, who says that Missouri made a mistake by playing the waiting game with Frank Haith.

- Long Beach State is not all that happy with the news of the scandal in Miami.

- Mid-major programs aren't the only teams that struggle to land non-conference opponents.

- Dick Vitale unveils his 2011-2012 All-Solid Gold Team

- DJ Newbill officially transfers into Penn State. He'll be eligible in 2012-2013, and he'll be a guy that Penn State fans will truly enjoy.

- From the look of this, it seems as though Andy Bottoms is having way too much fun with numbers

- Enes Kanter is the unluckiest guy in the world

- Scout released their top 25 in the class of 2014.

- I don't think fans will ever tire of this question. Well maybe Kentucky/Louisville fans do

- Ronald Nored is ready to lead Butler next season. I'd have to agree, but the success of the Bulldogs is going to hinge on how well Khyle Marshall and Andrew Smith develop.

- Gary Parrish updates us on Iowa's overseas trip

- Kim Karshian got married to Kris Humphries over the weekend.

- The Nova Blog tells us what the Wildcats will lose from Isaiah Armwood's decision to transfer

- Trevor Mbakwe had a great trip to the World University Games. He's a beast.

- Luke Walton got himself one helluva job during the lockout...DaJuan Blair? not so much

- Diamond Leung had a solid take on the Hoya's trip to China.

- Kansas will host "Legends of the Phog" game on September 24th

- Brian Gregory is cleaning up in the state of Georgia.

Oh god, please let the lockout end

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