Monday, November 7, 2011

Monday Morning Dump

Troy took the lead on most of the content that we will be rolling out today, so I'm taking over this morning's dump. Its a stinker.

- Emma Carmichael from Deadspin attended an all-star game for middle schoolers last week. Its as creepy as it sounds. Matt Norlander had a solid reaction piece to it as well.

- Missouri is heading to the SEC. We'll have more reaction on this later, but here is what the SEC coaches think.

- Tray Woodall will be taking over the point guard role this season, sliding Ashton Gibbs over from the "point" to the "shooting" guard. But if anyone tells you that Gibbs was a shooting guard last season, then immediately disregard anything else they have to say about college basketball.

- I'm not sure there is a player in the country with a more interesting story that Nurideen Lindsay of St. John's. Tough not to root for that kid.

- More Draft Express player previews

- West Virginia lost to Division II Northern Kentucky.

- Bro-zello had time between blow-drying his hair, ironing his bright pink Madras and grooming his ego to put together a pretty solid post on Long Beach State.

- Andy Glockner did a podcast with CBS.

- Mike DeCourcy's column on Northwestern's efforts to get into the NCAA Tournament

- The Sporting News ranks their top ten point guards. How does it compare to ours?

- CBS Sports ranks their breakout stars. Here's our list.

- They also did top 20 defenders

- Jeff Eisenberg asked Jared Cunningham about the dunk he had on Arizona last season.

- Gary Parrish, Five for Friday

- Pot, meet kettle

- Seth Davis on Texas

- Mississippi State forward ruled ineligible! Its not Renardo Sidney?

- Cal St Fullerton is adding four Division I transfers this season.

- Its insider, apologies, but Fran Fraschilla gives you some solid insight on the potential problems for the top five teams.

- So Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is going to start?

- Jeff Goodman's top ten shooters.

- Mike Miller takes a look at how the scandal at Miami affects the teams at both Missouri and Miami

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