Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Wednesday Morning Dump

This post is sponsored by the Hampton Inn & Suites Cincinnati Uptown/University.

- Yesterday, we had the honor of being involved in one of the coolest podcasts ever. Paul Dehner Jr., a Cincinnati writer for, invited us to chat with him over a plate of the finest ribs in the entire state. Make sure you give it a listen, especially around lunchtime.

- The Wisconsin Badgers play at home against Nebraska this Sunday at 5:00PM. (The #BIAHRoadTrip will be there!). But you know who else plays on Sunday afternoon? The Green Bay Packers.

- An awesome-read from the New York Daily News about Hofstra freshman Moussa Cone, who is legally blind in his right eye

- I'm really starting to enjoy Jeff Goodman's weekly "Good-n-Plenty" column. Sure, it's just a compilation of small news stories, but it's still worth your time

- Is the season slipping away for the Miami Hurricanes?

- Is the season slipping away for the Louisville Cardinals?

- Tom Izzo calls out the "IZZone" student section at the Breslin Center

- New Orleans, LA was the home to the BCS national Championship game this week. In a few months, New Orleans will host the Final Four. The city has come a long way since Hurricane Katrina

- Iowa coach Fran McCaffery got really mad at a folding chair last night

- A great-read on Seton Hall's Fuquan Edwin, who battled a tough childhood in the Alabama projects in Patterson, New Jersey

This is an awesome video. I've always been a fan of PSU coach Pat Chambers

This is us playing pickup hoops at the University of Cincinnati yesterday. I still can't believe my athletic skills have deteriorated that much

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