Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Wednesday Morning Dump

B.I.A.H Headquarters is down to just one compute for the next few days, so we apologize if the content production is low over the next 48 hours.

- Missouri coach Frank Haith wants to put together a home-and-home series with Kansas

- Gonzaga big-man Elias Harris is changing his eating habits and shedding some pounds

- Evan Daniels tells us that the November signing period is going to be action-packed

- A solid breakdown of the best centers in the Big East Conference

-An awesome update of all (well, almost all) the uniform changes in DI hoops

- A quick breakdown of the the preseason tournaments

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Temple coach Fran Dunphey thinks his university has a lot of options in future realignment talk

- What would a Duke/UNC Alumni Game be like without J.J. Reddick or Tyler Hansbrough?

- Southeast Missouri big-man Leon Powell suffered a knee injury on Monday night against Harding University

- Oral Roberts Ken Holdman tore his ACL on Monday night and will likely miss the entire season

- Bruce Pearl got a gig as a Sirius XM radio host

- The Mikan Drill breaks down how Arizona forced Valparaiso into taking contested 3-pointers

- An awesome preview of the Pac-12

- Adonis Filer committed to Clemson

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