Monday, October 31, 2011

Monday Morning Dump

- What is going to be the best non-BCS conference in 2011-2012?

- A good-read on how the new NCAA rule changes effect the America East Conference

- Two Winthrop players were arrested last week, but according to them, they "were just trying to help"

- Tyshawn Taylor and Elijah Johnson have been suspended by Kansas head basketball coach Bill Self for the first two exhibition games

- More news on the Michael Beasley lawsuit. Yup, I totally agree

- Mike Miller provides a solid list of breakout candidates that the casual fan might not know about

- Jeff Eisenberg provides a list of five Pac-12 freshman who could provide an instant impact

- Villanova is concerned about the school's security in the unknown future of the Big East

- There are seven thing VCU fans want to see from their CAA brethren

- Will the departure of Derrick Williams hurt the production of Kyle Fogg? After Arizona's exhibition loss to Seattle-Pacific, is certainly looks that way

- With the graduation of scoring-machine Jeremy Hazell, Seton Hall Pirates will have to rely on Herb Pope to do a bulk of the producing. Speaking of Seton Hall, freshman Kevin Anderson has been declared ineligible to compete by the NCAA

- Utah-transfer Jace Tavita has decided to redshirt this season at Hawaii instead of waiting til January to become eligible

- JuCo-transfer Guy Landry has been declared ineligible for his first eight games at Gonzaga

- Butler is gearing up for yet another Final Four run

- A team preview of the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles, the preseason favorites to win the Summit League

- Seth Curry, Ryan Kelly and M. Plumlee were named co-captains for the 2011-2012 Duke Blue Devils

- Duke beat Bellarmine by 25-points in an exhibition game

- Montana had their maroon-and-silver scrimmage this weekend

- Pitt defeated some school called "LaRoche" 101-33 in an exhibition game

- A recap of Weber State's purple-and-white scrimmage

- UNC won their exhibition opener again Pembroke

- But the real story of exhibition week was the event that took place in Joplin, MO

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