Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Tuesday Morning Dump

- You would think that tonight's home game against Duke would be a perfect time for tOSU to introduce Urban Meyer as new head football coach

- In case you missed our first installment of "The Emery Board", Big Apple Buckets provides some extra info on the win less teams in college

- Jim Boeheim ain't stepping down

- Did anyone actually think Fab Melo was ready for the NBA already, Zagoria?

- A pretty awesome read from BC Interruption about the effect ACC expansion will have on Holiday tournaments

- Billy Donovan got the 400th win of his career with Florida's win over Stetson last night

- A great-read from Grantland on Kansas' Thomas Robinson

- Don't be surprised if St. John's beats Kentucky. Why? Because Steve Lavin has a history of slaying giants

- Is Iona's Scott Machado the best point guard in the game today? Personally, I'd take Jordan Taylor and Kendall Marshall over him, but he's definitely in the top-3

- Sean Miller is going to make some changes to the Arizona starting lineup

- Run The Floor explains why the ACC will win the ACC/Big Ten Challenge

- John Calipari wants to know who you would drop from the UK schedule. The SEC will move to a larger conference schedule next season, which will for teams to drop two non-conference games from the schedule

- Jerami Grant remains committed to Syracuse despite the Bernie Fine allegations. DaJuan Coleman is unsure of his.

- The Mikan Drill breaks down Vanderbilt's out of bounds play

- Definitive evidence that Andre Drummond is having a negative effect on Alex Oriakhi. More on Oriakhi's frustration with new role

- ESPN Senior VP and Director of News Vince Doria disccuses the coverage of the Bernie Fine case (Not exactly hard-hitting questions)

- Vermont center Ben Crenca blogs about his love for pro wrestling

- Curtis Kitchen provides some thoughts on the early non-con season in the Big-XII

- Chris De La Rosa, a preseason first-team all-conference guard from UMBC has decided to leave the program

- UNC-Wilmington is one of the youngest teams in the country and has yet to win a game. On top of that, starting point guard Chris Ponder will miss the rest of the season due to a ankle injury

- St. John's head coach Steve Lavin may not be on the sidelines for the Johnnies game against Kentucky on Thursday

- Trevor Mbakwe is done for the year thanks to a ACL tear

- Harrison Barnes' status for the Wisconsin game is still undetermined after head rolled his ankle in the Tar Heel's loss to UNLV on Saturday night

Ray McCallum must be the world's best H-O-R-S-E player

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