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Rob Dauster

  1. Fred Hoiberg is a better golfer than you

    Aug 22, 2013, 11:26 AM EDT


    A lot of people spend a lot of money and a lot of time playing a lot of golf, but there aren’t many folks out there that can claim that they’ve hit a double eagle or have a hole-in-one on their resume. There are fewer that have done both with notching a PGA Tour card,…

  2. Josh Gasser returns, but Wisconsin is still Carleton’s latest victim

    Aug 22, 2013, 10:23 AM EDT

    Wisconsin athletics

    The good news for Wisconsin is that Josh Gasser is back. He may not be in the best shape of his life, and he may be a bit rusty coming off of a torn ACL, but he’s back on the floor. He started and played 12 minutes in Wisconsin’s exhibition game against Carleton on their…

  3. X-rays negative on Anthony ‘Cat’ Barber’s injured foot

    Aug 22, 2013, 9:38 AM EDT


    The last thing that a thin NC State team needs right now is an injury to one of their key players, but that appeared to be exactly the case yesterday. Anthony ‘Cat’ Barber, a top ten recruit posted a picture on twitter of his left foot in a walking boot, tweeting out “Feel like I…

  4. Report: Former Rutgers wing Vincent Garrett eligible immediately at UWGB

    Aug 21, 2013, 2:33 PM EDT


    For the second time this offseason, a player that transferred out of Rutgers after the Mike Rice scandal broke has been granted a waiver to be eligible immediately by the NCAA. This time it’s Vincent Garrett, according to a report from Jeff Goodman of Garrett is a 6-foot-5 wing that saw action in just…

  5. St. Louis completes coaching staff by adding Calbert Cheaney

    Aug 21, 2013, 2:16 PM EDT


    Calbert Cheaney spent the past two years working as the Director of Basketball Operations for Indiana, the University where he was made three straight all-america teams before launching on a 13-year NBA career. But Cheaney, a Hoosier legend, has moved on, accepting a job with St. Louis as the third assistant coach on Jim Crews’…

  6. The key to Syracuse’s back court: a consistent jump shooter?

    Aug 21, 2013, 1:13 PM EDT

    Montana v Syracuse

    Syracuse will likely enter the 2013-2014 season somewhere around the top 10 of most preseason polls, which is a fair assessment. Losing Michael Carter-Williams, Brandon Triche and James Southerland hurts, but there is talent coming back — CJ Fair, the uber-promising Jerami Grant, the reportedly-in-shape DaJuan Coleman — and even more joining the program —…

  7. Former Richmond walk-on another example of the problems with amateurism

    Aug 21, 2013, 12:06 PM EDT

    NCAA Men's Final Four - Practice

    Do you know what the foundation for amateurism is? Where it all started? Back in the 1800s England’s uptight upper-class was quite competitive when it came to the sports that England’s uptight upper-class¬†played in those days. As those sports became a bigger deal, men that worked as manual laborers and in factories wanted to compete.…

  8. Wake Forest’s Daniel Green suffers setback in his right knee

    Aug 21, 2013, 11:24 AM EDT


    Daniel Green, who missed all of the 2012-2013 season after tearing the ACL in his right knee, will be out indefinitely after suffering a setback to the knee, Wake Forest announced in a release. Green suffered the injury in mid-July and underwent surgery last week. “Unfortunately Daniel’s latest setback required another surgery,” said Wake Forest…

  9. Dez Wells’ lawsuit, Michael Dixon, and Jesse Morgan’s fail attempt at a waiver

    Aug 21, 2013, 10:00 AM EDT

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    Big news broke late on Tuesday night as word spread of a lawsuit that Maryland guard Dez Wells filed against his old school, Xavier, as a result of his expulsion stemming from a sexual assault allegation. The NCAA ruled that Wells was allowed to be eligible at Maryland immediately despite the fact that he was…

  10. Report: Dez Wells files lawsuit against Xavier in federal court

    Aug 20, 2013, 11:39 PM EDT

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    Maryland guard Dez Wells has filed a lawsuit against Xavier, his former school, and the school’s president, Father Michael Graham, in federal court seeking damages for what Wells alleges was a wrongful expulsion last summer. The lawsuit was first reported by Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports. According to Wetzel, Wells alleges in the suit that…

  11. Report: Current Prime Prep players aren’t clear of the NCAA yet

    Aug 20, 2013, 2:29 PM EDT


    Buried in Jeff Goodman’s latest post on his Insider blog over at is an interesting note about Prime Prep, the Texas charter school that was launched by Deion Sanders last year. If you remember, two Prime Prep products in the Class of 2013 — LSU’s Jordan Mickey and TCU’s Karviar Shepard — were initially…

  12. SEC releases their full conference schedule

    Aug 20, 2013, 2:08 PM EDT


    On Tuesday afternoon, the SEC released their full conference schedule, which can be seen here. The highlights? Feb. 15th, when Florida heads to Kentucky to take on the Wildcats, and March 8th, when Kentucky makes a return trip to Gainesville. Unfortunately,¬†Tennessee only plays Kentucky once this season, visiting Rupp on Jan. 18th, and Kentucky only…

  13. Report: Kerwin Okoro’s waiver denied by the NCAA, Rutgers appealing

    Aug 20, 2013, 1:08 PM EDT


    Kerwin Okoro has had a waiver to gain immediate eligibility at Rutgers denied by the NCAA, according to a report from Tom Luicci of the Newark Star-Ledger. Okoro is a product of St. Raymond’s (NYC) that spent his freshman season at Iowa State, but he only mustered an average of 3.6 points and missed 14…

  14. Report: L.J. Rose eligible immediately for Houston

    Aug 20, 2013, 12:21 PM EDT

    Lamar v Baylor

    Houston may have lost Joseph Young to a transfer, but thanks to a bit of good news on Tuesday, the Cougars should be just fine at the lead guard spot. LJ Rose has been granted a waiver and will be eligible to play immediately for James Dickey’s club, according to a report from ESPN’s Jason…

  15. Rosters released for Elite 24 all-american game in Brooklyn

    Aug 20, 2013, 11:14 AM EDT


    The Elite 24 high school all-american game is heading back to New York. On Friday and Saturday night, 24 of the nation’s best high school hoopers will gather at a newly constructed outdoor court at the Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn to participate in an event that had spent the last couple of years out at…

  16. Report: Tubby Smith to enter Kentucky’s Hall of Fame

    Aug 20, 2013, 10:15 AM EDT

    Minnesota v UCLA

    Tubby Smith is headed back to Kentucky, and this time it’s permanent. The former Wildcat head coach has been chosen as one of six members of the new Kentucky Hall of Fame class. Smith took over for Rick Pitino at Kentucky for the 1997-1998 season and went on to win the national title that year.…

  17. Report: Marshall Henderson expected back in class at Ole Miss (UPDATED)

    Aug 20, 2013, 9:17 AM EDT

    Marshall Henderson

    On Tuesday morning,’s Andy Katz reported that troubled Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson is expected to return to class next week when the fall semester starts. Henderson was suspended indefinitely from the program back in July for a violation of team rules. According to reports at the time, it was once again drugs that…

  18. UNLV with a late addition to 2013 class in Jamal Aytes

    Aug 19, 2013, 3:41 PM EDT

    California v UNLV

    UNLV made a late addition to their 2013-2014 roster on Monday afternoon, as Jamal Aytes announced on twitter that he will be a member of Sin City’s hoops team next season. I'm officially a UNLV Runnin' Rebel now!!! — Jamal Aytes (@Jbabyaytes) August 19, 2013 BYU, Boston College, Gonzaga, Miami, Kansas State, Northwestern and West…

  19. VCU reaches agreement with band leader Ryan Kopacsi

    Aug 19, 2013, 2:37 PM EDT

    Good news, Ram fans! All that talk last week about the retirement of Ryan Kopacsi was enough to convince VCU to re-sign the beloved leader of the Peppas: Happy to announce that Ryan Kopacsi has agreed to a contract and will continue to be the Director of the Peppas #LetsGoVCU — VCU Athletics (@VCUathletics) August…

  20. There’s nothing wrong with the NCAA weighing their First Four options

    Aug 19, 2013, 2:12 PM EDT


    Over the weekend, news broke that the NCAA decided against locking Dayton in as the sight of the First Four for the foreseeable future. According to WDTN in Dayton, the school filed a proposal with the NCAA, but that proposal was shot down. The Flyers will host the event in 2014 and 2015, but they’ll…

  21. Eite 2014 wing Devin Booker announces four official visits

    Aug 19, 2013, 12:42 PM EDT

    Scott Phillips/NBC Sports

    Devin Booker, the No. 27 player in the Class of 2014 according to Rivals, has set the date for four of his five allotted official visits. He’ll be heading to Michigan State on September 6th and Kentucky on September 9th, which will be followed by a trip to Michigan on October 5th and Missouri on…

  22. Florida’s Chris Walker may not enroll until December

    Aug 19, 2013, 11:42 AM EDT

    Chris Walker, Jarell Martin

    As much as we’ve all enjoyed Florida’s ridiculous workout videos and Patric Young’s attempt to woo NFL scouts, the most interesting story line of the summer for Florida has been the eligibility saga of incoming freshman Chris Walker. Walker is a top ten recruit in the Class of 2013, a 6-foot-10 athlete that will be…

  23. Chris Paul torches the best collegiate guards (VIDEO)

    Aug 19, 2013, 11:12 AM EDT

    USA Basketball Men's National Team Blue And White Game

    Chris Paul held his point guard camp down in Winston-Salem, NC, from August 9th-12th, and some of the best collegiate back court players in the country traveled there to work out with and play against the six-time all-star and two-time Olympian. Play with is the key word here. I was able to attend the Point…

  24. Michael Jordan’s first points at North Carolina (VIDEO)

    Aug 19, 2013, 10:08 AM EDT

    Charlotte Bobcats ownerJordan watches as his team plays against the Chicago Bulls during the first half of their NBA basketball game in Charlotte

    Before Michael Jordan became ‘MJ’ and ‘His Airness’, the greatest basketball player of all-time was just another McDonald’s All-American recruit at North Carolina. Given the otherworldly that Jordan became known for early in his career, it would be poetic if his first career collegiate points came on a thunderous dunk or a ridiculous finish in…

  25. Can Tyus Jones be a good NBA player?

    Aug 15, 2013, 3:37 PM EDT

    Minnesota Boys All State Basketball

    It’s August, which means that college hoops websites start scrounging for content, and ironically enough, within nine minutes of each other on Thursday morning, Jeff Goodman of and his old buddies over at posted rankings of the Class of 2014 recruits with the best NBA future in front of them. CBS polled coaches…