Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Tuesday Morning Dump

- We recorded a podcast yesterday with Matt Norlander of CBS Eye on College Basketball. We provided in-depth details about our upcoming road-trip. Help us out by donating some money for gas

- Seth Davis drops his always-entertaining annual stock report

- Your must-read-of-the-day comes from New York Times writer Joe Nocera. He issues a five point plan that will fix the landscape of revenue-generating sports

- Bad news for Travis Ford and Oklahoma State. 6-foot-5 wing Jean-Paul Olukemi will miss the rest of the season due to an ACL injury that he suffered in the Cowboy's loss to Virginia Tech

- A quick-read from Mike Miller about the growing confidence of mid-major programs

- Are the Big-12 players and coaches ready for conference play? Curtis Kitchen lets us know

- Eamonn Brennan's Poll Thoughts. Garry Parrish's Poll Attacks

- The month of December in photos. Really really really cool photos

- Murray State senior forward Ivan Aska broke a bone in his hand against Eastern Illinois on Friday night and is doubtful for the Racers' next game

- Mike DeCourcy previews the Conference-USA regular season and wonders if this is the year for Southern Mississippi

- Jeff Eisenberg suggests that the Missouri Valley Conference won't get as many NCAA tournament bids as you may expect

- Ray Mernagh explains why Pittsburgh could really use the services of Khem Birch right about now. Unfortunately for the Panthers, Birch decided to transfer out after just four months of school. Birch is now looking at a long list of potential landing-spots, including New Mexico State.

- Brian Mull provides a great breakdown of CAA team performances in non-conference play

- John Calipari has a couple of New years resolutions for his young wildcat team

- Northern Illinois finally got their victory of the year. They beat some team called Roosevelt. I'm pretty sure that's not a D-I team, but we'll let it slide for now

- A solid Q&A session with Hofstra head coach Mo Cassara

- I always love a good Club Trillion watch

- Is Olivia Wilde going to become the "Ashley Judd" of Kansas

Elijah Johnson is too strong

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