Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Wednesday Morning Dump

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- The two big upsets of the night were dished out by NYC-metro teams. Seton Hall throttled UConn and Fordham upset Harvard. The Crimson's loss could hurt them in the long run. UConn's loss probably won't

- What's this? Andy Glockner's Bubble Watch is back? +100

- Jeff Goodman throws out a whole bunch of various team/player/coach reports in his "Good-n-Plenty" column (I was always more of a Mike-n-Ike guy)

- Gene Bartrow, the made who succeeded John Wooden at UCLA, passed away yesterday at the age of 82

- Luke Winn makes some New Year's revisions to his preseason predictions

- Wisconsin/Michigan State is one of the best rivalries in the nation, and last night's edition ended in controversial fashion

- What can Khem Birch's decision to transfer tell us about Twitter?

- According to the KenPom statistics, Murray State has a 30.9% chance of finishing the season undefeated

- Does the ACC need to start conference play a week earlier?

- There are eight truths to watching Louisville basketball

- Listen, I love me some Jimmy Buffet, but I agree, this is kinda cheesy

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