Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tuesday Morning Dump

- If you haven't read this, take the time now to do so. Todd O'Brien, a former center at St. Joe's, had a year of eligibility left after graduating, and wanted to look elsewhere to play, but Phil Martelli would not sign the release form. Why would Martelli not let O'Brien play at another school? There isn't a reason, or justification. It's ridiculous. Apparently the University wouldn't sign off on it either. So they will let the kid graduate, but won't let the kid play basketball at another school? I don't get it

- Gary Parrish Poll Attacks. Git some

- Andy Bottoms wants to know why more teams aren't playing non-conference road games

- We have our third coaching change of the season. Idaho State coach Joe O'Brien stepped down as head coach of the Bengals after a 2-8 start

- Jared Sullinger probably deserves to take some time off in order to rest his body. But instead, he's going to jump right back into action tonight when the Buckeyes take on Lamar

- Jay Bilas provides an excellent list of the most impactful injuries suffered this season

- Lost Letterman does s decent job breaking down a list of the ten most unruly fan bases in college hoops

- Oregon's athletic website got hacked on Sunday night, and some of Dana Altman's post-game quotes were changed. Apparently the hackers don't like spaghetti

- Former-Oregon freshman Jabari Brown has official announced his intentions to transfer to Missouri

- Terrence Jones' status for the Wildcats' next game is up in the air after suffering a dislocated finger over the weekend

- The Crossroads Classic was a complete success. But what can the colleges and universities in Indiana do to make it better next year? The Crimson Quarry has some ideas

- A great-read on how BYU is paving the way for college athletics digital media strategy

- An awesome-read on Georgetown center Henry Sims, arguably the most unexpected assist leader in the country

- Would Syracuse's starting-5 beating their second-5? This question itself is an indicator of just how crazy-deep the Orange are this year

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