Archive for September, 2011

Boeheim: Syracuse ‘never’ will play ACC games in NYC – SportingNews.com

September 28, 2011
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Boeheim: Syracuse ‘never’ will play ACC games in NYC – SportingNews.com

New York Daily NewsBoeheim: Syracuse 'never' will play ACC games in NYCSportingNews.comContrary to what Syracuse chancellor Nancy Cantor said this week, Orange basketball coach Jim Boeheim said Wednesday that there is no plan to play any home A...

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn: Atlantic 10 to Move Conference Tournament – The 700 Level

September 28, 2011
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Brooklyn, Brooklyn: Atlantic 10 to Move Conference Tournament – The 700 Level

Fordham University AthleticsBrooklyn, Brooklyn: Atlantic 10 to Move Conference TournamentThe 700 LevelThe World Wide Leader's Eammon Brennan reports that the tournament—contracted to be held at the Barclays Center through 2018—could be used as ...

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NYC likely to see even more Syracuse games – CBSSports.com (blog)

September 28, 2011
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NYC likely to see even more Syracuse games – CBSSports.com (blog)

New York Daily NewsNYC likely to see even more Syracuse gamesCBSSports.com (blog)Syracuse's chancellor, Nancy Cantor, said the school very much plans on utilizing New York City as a second home, perhaps even more prominently than the men's bask...

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Q/A with NC State Podcaster and Blogger Riddick & Reynolds – From The Rumble Seat

September 28, 2011
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Q/A with NC State Podcaster and Blogger Riddick & ReynoldsFrom The Rumble SeatWho (if any) should the ACC target in the next expansion? James: I don't know if there's any one opinion that sums up the majority of State fans on this matter. T...

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College Basketball 2011: Projecting the Big East – Bleacher Report

September 28, 2011
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College Basketball 2011: Projecting the Big East – Bleacher Report

Bleacher ReportCollege Basketball 2011: Projecting the Big EastBleacher ReportHowever due to conference realignment, what happens off the court will be making bigger news now that Pitt and Syracuse have announced a move to the ACC. Last year's nati...

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Big Ten, Pac-12 dominate volleyball landscape – Indiana Daily Student

September 28, 2011
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Big Ten, Pac-12 dominate volleyball landscape – Indiana Daily Student

GrantlandBig Ten, Pac-12 dominate volleyball landscapeIndiana Daily StudentFor college basketball, it's the ACC. NCAA Division-I women's volleyball has been dominated by two conferences since the first NCAA Championship game in 1981 — the Big...

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Huggins: basketball has no ‘juice’ – Charleston Gazette

September 28, 2011
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Huggins: basketball has no ‘juice’ – Charleston Gazette

WOWKHuggins: basketball has no 'juice'Charleston Gazette"I think the ACC is a possibility," he said. "I think staying where we are is a possibility. I think the Big 12 is a possibility. I think the SEC is a possibility. Or a vari...

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Pitino calls possible UConn move to ACC “dumb” – SportingNews.com

September 28, 2011
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Pitino calls possible UConn move to ACC “dumb” – SportingNews.com

New York Daily NewsPitino calls possible UConn move to ACC "dumb"SportingNews.comTo Pitino's point, UConn has a growing football program and is home to the 2011 national champion in basketball. The ACC could provide more competition in fo...

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Calipari wants SEC to add Virginia Tech, Maryland, Missouri, too – SportingNews.com

September 27, 2011
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Calipari wants SEC to add Virginia Tech, Maryland, Missouri, too – SportingNews.com

MrSECCalipari wants SEC to add Virginia Tech, Maryland, Missouri, tooSportingNews.comIf Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari has his wish, the SEC ultimately will get to 16 teams and has three schools in mind for inclusion: Missouri from the Big 12 ...

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SEC Hoops Coaches Talk Expansion – MrSEC

September 27, 2011
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SEC Hoops Coaches Talk Expansion – MrSEC

MrSECSEC Hoops Coaches Talk ExpansionMrSECConference expansion — except maybe in the ACC — is largely fueled by football and football-driving television contracts. But that doesn't mean basketball coaches don't have opinions, too. Kentucky&...

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