Archive for August 18th, 2011

UAlbany Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule Released – WTMM 104.5 The Team – ESPN Radio

August 18, 2011
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UAlbany Men's Basketball Non-Conference Schedule ReleasedWTMM 104.5 The Team - ESPN RadioMark Turgeon, who previously coached at Texas A&M, has led three Division I programs to a combined 250 wins and five NCAA tournaments. Sophomore guard Terr...

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ACC keeps swinging, keeps missing – ESPN

August 18, 2011
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ACC keeps swinging, keeps missing – ESPN

ESPNACC keeps swinging, keeps missingESPNThe old stereotype is that the ACC simply cares more about basketball than football, even after bringing in Florida State in the early '90s and then Miami and Virginia Tech in '04. And that general leagu...

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Best at Recruiting The ACC – Basketball Prospectus

August 18, 2011
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Best at Recruiting The ACCBasketball ProspectusDrew Cannon is a college student and a regular contributor to Basketball Prospectus. Follow him on Twitter at @DrewCannon1. This free article is an example of the content available to Basketball Prospectus...

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Miami scandal could change ACC landscape – FS South

August 18, 2011
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Miami scandal could change ACC landscape – FS South

Los Angeles TimesMiami scandal could change ACC landscapeFS SouthWould waiting be worth it to the ACC? If so, the ACC might stay put at 11 schools. If not, it should call West Virginia, which would actually bring a larger fan base and better basketball...

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Confident FSU embracing expectations – ESPN (blog)

August 18, 2011
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Confident FSU embracing expectationsESPN (blog)17, they will instantly be considered a national title contender -- exactly what the ACC needs. “It can be a control factor sometimes,” Jenkins said. “It's in our heads a lot, but at the same tim...

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Duke Football Notebook – GoDuke.com

August 18, 2011
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Duke Football Notebook – GoDuke.com

Big Duke BallsDuke Football NotebookGoDuke.comNow entering their third and final season playing together, Donovan Varner and Conner Vernon are on pace to join some selective company in ACC history. The duo has 253 combined receptions over the past two ...

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Critics showing no faith in Haith – STLtoday.com

August 18, 2011
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Critics showing no faith in Haith – STLtoday.com

Deseret NewsCritics showing no faith in HaithSTLtoday.comOr do they reaffirm their allegiance to a man who they've defended despite his one NCAA tournament berth and underwhelming 43-69 ACC record in six seasons at Miami? As much as some Missouri f...

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John Clay’s notes: Wrapping up ‘basketball season’ and looking ahead to football – Lexington Herald Leader

August 18, 2011
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John Clay’s notes: Wrapping up ‘basketball season’ and looking ahead to football – Lexington Herald Leader

Lexington Herald LeaderJohn Clay's notes: Wrapping up 'basketball season' and looking ahead to footballLexington Herald LeaderI agree with writer Clay Travis: After taking Texas A&M, the SEC should swing for the fences and try to poach ...

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KRATCH: If Clemson joined the SEC, it would be good for South Carolina – The Gamecock

August 18, 2011
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KRATCH: If Clemson joined the SEC, it would be good for South Carolina – The Gamecock

MrSECKRATCH: If Clemson joined the SEC, it would be good for South CarolinaThe GamecockAlso, Clemson joining the SEC would eliminate the sense of superiority USC fans feel with Clemson residing in the easy-to-denigrate ACC. However, put partisan argume...

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Why Was Frank Haith Ever Hired In The First Place At Missouri? – SB Nation Kansas City

August 18, 2011
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Why Was Frank Haith Ever Hired In The First Place At Missouri? – SB Nation Kansas City

SB Nation Kansas CityWhy Was Frank Haith Ever Hired In The First Place At Missouri?SB Nation Kansas CityWhy reach for a guy who never once had a winning conference record in seven seasons in the ACC? Why hire a guy that never finished higher than fifth...

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