Monday, July 30, 2007

Monday Night Hoops

  • Dick Vitale talked about Skip Prosser on Mike and Mike on ESPN2 and ESPN Radio. Vitale learned about it while visiting Dan Shuman in Toronto.
  • Mike DeCourcy gives the PanAm team selection committee a reality check. More from DeCourcy as he gives us updates on a variety of topics: Memphis scheduling, Marquette experimenting with a four-guard line-up, Northern Iowa implementing a triangle offense for the World University Games, Jamont Gordon continuing to fly under the radar, and a lot more.
  • Way too early for rivarly week, but Skwara of Rivals looks at a number of rivalries, fueled by recent success in recruiting. Good story, I added it to the Gigantic 2007-2008 season preview of links
  • A long story on North Carolina's upcoming season, talking about defense and experience. Story from CarolinaBlue via Rivals via Yahoo Sports.
  • Goodman talks about the difficult topic of replacing Skip Prosser at Wake Forest. He also has an update on the PanAm games, where the Jay Wright squad is strugging with shooting. Maybe Jay Wright should have gone with a four-guard line-up!
  • CBS's Gary Parrish also suggests that the Wake Forest job should be given to one of the assistants
  • Thanks ACC Fan Blog for the link! The ACC Fan Blog is, as the name suggests, a blog that covers the ACC. They have a link to a guest book from the Winston Salem Journal where people can leave their final thoughts for Skip.
  • The battle of the soft schedules at A Sea of Blue. Also there discussion of a story on Dick Hoops Weiss's thoughts on Kentucky
  • Dollars but not much sense in this scandal involving former UNLV guard Mark Wade.
  • New previews at CHN featuring Kent State, Montana and IUPUI
  • In case you missed them, Random Thoughts on the upcoming 2007-2008 season: Marquette and North Carolina, and former Dookies in the Pac-10 and the Arizona Wildcats. Next: Memphis
  • In case you haven't heard, the 2007 NCAA College Basketball Tournament games are now on DVD!

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