Skip to content

The Morning Mix

Apr 25, 2012, 8:00 AM EST

- Mike Huguenin provides his top-ten recruiting rankings for the upcoming season

- Jeff Goodman provides a comprehensive list of all the early season tournaments that will take place next season

- Mike DeCourcy believes Mark Emmert needs to be more clear about the college experience, specifically the “one and done” rule

- Florida International sophomore Dominique Ferguson is declaring for the draft. Why you ask? Because when the school fired head coach Isaiah Thomas, Ferguson asked for his scholarship release. The school refused, so Ferguson is taking his talents to the next level. Less than a moth into the offseason, it looks like we have our hot-button issue of the summer: transfer-blocking

- Baylor freshman Quincy Miller made a smart decision by announcing his intentions to return to school for his sophomore year. But yesterday he changed his mind in will indeed enter the draft

- With all the turmoil going on at UConn, could the Huskies be on the brink of mediocrity?

- As we all know, Virginia Tech fired Seth Greenberg on Monday. Who will replace him? Could it be former-Duquesne head coach Ron Everhart? It won’t be Shaka Smart, that is for certain. Another list of potential candidates. What will Greenberg’s legacy be at Virginia Tech? Greenberg is likely headed to a television set near you. Dana O’Neil wonders what’s next for VaTech

- Virginia Tech signee Montrezel Harris will seek a release from his commitment

- Notre Dame should find out soon about the eligibility of two key players

- Kentucky coach John Calipari threw out the first pitch at yesterday’s Cincinnati Red’s game

- Vincent Garrett a 6-6 JuCo wing from Texas has committed to Rutgers

- South Carolina-transfer Anthony Gill has chosen to attend Virginia

- Speaking of South Carolina, new head coach Frank Martin denies any tension with the Kansas State athletic department and says he “did not run away from K-State”

- Rice-transfer Dylan Ennis has decided to attend Villanova

- Marquette assistant coach Tony Benford has been hired by North Texas as their new head coach

- Kentucky guard Ryan Harrow is welcoming in Nerlens Noel with open arms….by growing his very own hi-top fade

- Some guy in the Latvian Basketball sank a shot very reminiscent of OK-State’ Byron Eaton against Texas in 2007

Latest Posts
  1. Early struggles of Syracuse, Kaleb Joseph example of the downside of early entry

    Nov 21, 2014, 8:48 PM EST

    AP Photo AP Photo

    Syracuse is in this position because Tyler Ennis turned out to be better than anyone expected.

  2. UPDATE: Texas loses starting point guard to left wrist injury, out 4-6 weeks

    Nov 21, 2014, 8:00 PM EST

    Anthony Clemmons, Isaiah Taylor Anthony Clemmons, Isaiah Taylor

    Isaiah Taylor injured his left wrist on a hard fall with just over two minutes remaining in Texas’ win over Iowa Thursday night.

  3. UConn advances to Puerto Rico Tip-Off championship game with 75-64 win over Dayton

    Nov 21, 2014, 4:45 PM EST

    AP AP

    UConn will play the winner of Boston College-West Virginia.

  4. Burning Questions: If you could change one on-court rule in college basketball, what would it be?

    Nov 21, 2014, 4:30 PM EST

    ncb_g_shot_clock1x_600x600 Getty Images

    Let’s just say that we aren’t too fond of the current shot clock or the rules regarding hanging on the rim.

  5. Four-star power forward becomes Mississippi State’s second 2016 commitment

    Nov 21, 2014, 3:43 PM EST

    Rick Ray Rick Ray

    Mississippi State’s taken steps forward when it comes to improving the depth and talent in their program.

  6. Burning Questions: Who’s poised to surprise (or disappoint) people in the Big Ten?

    Nov 21, 2014, 1:53 PM EST

    Tom Izzo Tom Izzo

    Two of the four writers picked Indiana as a team that can surprise people in the Big Ten.

  7. Texas A&M receives good news regarding transfer guard

    Nov 21, 2014, 1:02 PM EST

    Danuel House Danuel House

    Less than a week after TaShawn Thomas was cleared to play, Danuel House received the good news regarding his waiver request.

  8. New Mexico point guard out indefinitely with left ankle injury

    Nov 21, 2014, 12:13 PM EST

    Cullen Neal Cullen Neal

    Cullen Neal leads the Lobos in scoring and is second in assists, so this is a big loss.

  9. Friday’s Pregame Shootaround: Ten ranked teams, including No. 1 Kentucky, in action

    Nov 21, 2014, 11:10 AM EST

    South Carolina State v Virginia Getty Images

    Also of note is George Washington’s trip to Charlottesville, and Dayton facing UConn in Puerto Rico.

  10. Minnesota, Temple included in next year’s Puerto Rico Tipoff field

    Nov 21, 2014, 9:52 AM EST

    Richard Pitino AP

    Both Miami (2007) and Minnesota (2010) have won the event in the past.

  11. Late Night Snacks: No. 22 SMU, No. 23 Syracuse fall

    Nov 21, 2014, 1:39 AM EST

    Indiana's James Blackmon Jr. (AP Photo) Indiana's James Blackmon Jr. (AP Photo)

    There was also a double-overtime game in Charleston, and a buzzer-beating tip-in in Puerto Rico.

  12. California takes a step forward in comfortable win over No. 23 Syracuse

    Nov 21, 2014, 12:36 AM EST

    Cuonzo Martin, David Kravish Cuonzo Martin, David Kravish

    One impressive stretch of perimeter shooting may stand out, but Cal’s execution against the Syracuse zone was good for most of the night.

  13. Perimeter shooting remains an issue as No. 12 Villanova squeaks past Bucknell

    Nov 20, 2014, 11:15 PM EST

    Jay Wright, Dylan Ennis, Jay Wright, Dylan Ennis,

    Through three games Villanova’s shooting 26.3% from three, but they’ve been able to make up for it in other areas.

  14. James Blackmon Jr. stars as Indiana rains threes on No. 22 SMU

    Nov 20, 2014, 10:37 PM EST

    Yogi Ferrell (Getty Images) Getty Images

    I don’t know how much they’ll win, but Indiana is going to be a lot of fun to watch this season.