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  1. And they're willing to burn guys not in the program to do it? That's some B.S. it this turns out to be true. Frankly, I don't care what Agau or Gill saw or didn't see there. They, their parents, their schools, and their schools lawyers should call this bluff and tell the NCAA to suck a lemon. So Pitino, Calipari, Self, and Williams will keep getting away with all kind of violations then. Agree threatening eligibility is to extreme.
  2. Wonder how this plays with Gill, and if this helped Agau choose Louisville.... Andy Sweeney ‏@TheOnlySweeney 3h 3 hours ago Goodman on @ESPN680 says NCAA will go to former Louisville transfers and hang eligibility over their head. Don't think just Blakeney.
  3. Terrance ?
  4. Did anybody notice that every time Benny would dribble over half court he got trapped. Caused a few turnovers. Sure that was scouted by Minn. That needs to be cleaned up or Benny can't be on the court. He has to stop picking up his dribble and being so right handed with the ball.
  5. If there are no other Bigs brought in than due to lack of rebounding Morrow will play a lot. The first five almost everyone is using is getting killed on the boards this season..
  6. Nebraska Bench 5pt and 3 rebounds Indiana Bench 18pt and 12 rebounds.
  7. This should be worth a call, Evan Daniels ‏@EvanDaniels 2h Tariq Owens, a 6-9 four-star prospect, is planning to ask Ohio for a release from his Letter of Intent, according to his AAU coach.
  8. In and wearing my In Miles we Trust gear.
  9. Will buy 2 XL and 2 Youth Large. Start em young
  10. Redshirt junior center Eric McKnight, a starter for 34 of the team’s 37 games last season, will be suspended the first six games of this season for an undisclosed violation of team or school policy, The News-Press has learned. “Eric’s disappointed. I think he’s disappointed in himself,” said first-year FGCU coach Joe Dooley, who cited student privacy laws in not disclosing the reason for the suspension. “But he’s been outstanding in regaining his status on the team. He’s grown up as much as any kid I’ve been around in a short period of time. He’s trying hard. … I’m convinced he’s learned his lesson.” Of the cause of the suspension, Dooley said, “This happened before I got here.” An assistant coach at Kansas the past 10 seasons, Dooley was hired in mid-April to replace former coach Andy Enfield, who took the job at USC after leading FGCU to the Sweet 16 last year. FGCU did not make McKnight available for comment. FGCU’s first six opponents are Nebraska, Hartford, Furman, Eckerd (Division II), Ave Maria (NAIA) and N.C. State. The N.C. State game, Nov. 26, is in Raleigh, McKnight’s hometown. McKnight will be eligible to return to competition Dec. 1 at home game against Iona, an NCAA tournament participant last season. McKnight’s suspension will be his second at FGCU. The former Iowa State transfer did not travel with the team on a three-game exhibition swing to the Bahamas prior to the 2012-2013 season because of what also was called an undisclosed rules violation. Dooley said the length of the upcoming suspension was determined by the athletic department. The 6-foot-9 McKnight has been practicing with the team throughout the fall. But redshirt junior center Nate Hicks, a transfer from Georgia Tech who becomes eligible this season, has been playing extensively with FGCU’s likely starters, partly in preparation for McKnight’s absence, Dooley said. “From a conditioning standpoint, he’s got to do it,” Dooley said of the 6-10 Hicks logging major minutes. Dooley said 6-8 senior forward Chase Fieler will have to spend time at center in McKnight’s absence, and 6-7, redshirt-junior walk-on forward Marcus Blake also “is going to have to buy us some minutes.” McKnight’s absence further thins a roster that includes four ineligible transfers, three on scholarship. McKnight, who averaged 6.5 points and 4.4 rebounds a game last season while splitting time at center with then-senior Eddie Murray, is one of only nine eligible scholarship players on the roster this season. One of those players, 6-7 freshman forward Logan Hovey, continues to miss practice time with early signs of a stress fracture. Junior forward Filip Cvjeticanin, a 6-9 wing, won’t play center, Dooley said. “It’s not ideal, but it is what it is,” Dooley said. “It’s a situation we’ve got to handle and get (McKnight) back for game seven and get after it. We’ll get after it the previous six games, too.”
  11. I think as soon as we bring back the Converse Zigs the wins will start flowing. Remember those days.....