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  1. Report: Taran Buie not admitted into Siena

    Jul 15, 2013, 2:13 PM EST

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    The long and winding road that has been Taran Buie’s collegiate career has taken another turn, as Mark Singelais is reporting that Siena has decided not to admit Buie into school. Buie is Talor Battle’s half-brother and originally attended Penn State, but after an off-campus fight and a suspension for violating team-rules, Buie got the…

  2. Bruce Pearl’s coaching staff and the fallout of a show-cause penalty

    Jul 15, 2013, 1:10 PM EST

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    Over the weekend, Brendan Quinn of the Knoxville News-Sentinel published a story on the plight on the Tennessee coaching staff that lost their jobs and got slapped with show-cause penalties stemming from the infamous Aaron Craft barbecue. We already knew about Steve Forbes, who had spent the past two years as a head coach at…

  3. Report: New Mexico lands commitment from 2015 shooter Dane Kuiper

    Jul 15, 2013, 12:28 PM EST

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    New Mexico has landed the West Coast’s first commitment in the Class of 2015, as 6-foot-6 shooter Dane Kuiper has pledged to new head coach Craig Neal. Kuiper began his high school career in Alaska, but has since moved to Arizona, where he plays for Corona Del Sol HS (AZ) and the Arizona Power in…

  4. Report: Butler to hire Gardner-Webb head coach Chris Holtman

    Jul 15, 2013, 11:39 AM EST

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    Brandon Miller has filled out his coaching staff at Butler. After deciding to keep both Terry Johnson and Michael Lewis as assistants heading into the 2013-2014 season, Miller has reportedly hired Gardner-Webb head coach Chris Holtmann to fill out his staff. Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com broke the news. “My staff and players are the reason…

  5. Report: West Virginia kicks Aaric Murray off the team

    Jul 15, 2013, 10:46 AM EST

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    Bobby Huggins has finally gotten fed up with Aaric Murray, as he kicked the talented, 6-foot-10 center off the team, according to a report from Jeff Borzello of CBSSports.com. “At the end of the day, we came to a mutual agreement it was best for him to continue his career elsewhere,” is how Huggins described…

  6. College highlights of Wilt Chamberlain (VIDEO)

    Jul 15, 2013, 10:17 AM EST

    AP

    Like many of you, I was born well after Wilt Chamberlain’s playing career had come to an end. But thanks to a video that popped up over the weekend on a youtube channel called “Wilt Chamberlain Archive”, we can get a sense of just how dominant the former Kansas Jayhawk was at the college level.…

  7. Dion Wiley’s weekend at Peach Jam a good sign for Maryland

    Jul 14, 2013, 8:20 PM EST

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    Despite winning 25 games last season, perimeter play was an issue for the Maryland Terrapins in 2012-13. Of course there’s the highly discussed point guard situation, with Seth Allen, Nick Faust and the now departed Pe’Shon Howard all getting a shot at running the show. In addition to the inconsistency at the point, Maryland also…

  8. Nebraska freshman Tai Webster still waiting to hear from NCAA Eligibility Center

    Jul 14, 2013, 7:06 PM EST

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    The summer months for incoming freshmen can be a tense period for some, especially if they’ve yet to hear from the NCAA Eligibility Center about their status for the upcoming season. A ruling in the affirmative means (obviously) that they’re cleared and ready to take the floor for their new school, with the hope of…

  9. Will Yeguete’s summer recovery key for Florida in 2013-14

    Jul 14, 2013, 5:45 PM EST

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    In three seasons as a Florida Gator, forward Will Yeguete has averaged 3.7 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. Those meager numbers may lead to outsiders undervaluing his impact on the Gators, especially when it comes to his impact on the defensive end. Following Florida’s Elite 8 loss to Michigan the 6-7 forward underwent another…

  10. United States World University Games team bounces back, blows out Norway

    Jul 14, 2013, 4:45 PM EST

    USA Basketball

    In the aftermath of its loss to Canada, the United States World University Games team knew that it could finish no better than ninth at the games. In some cases, not having a medal to play for can result in a team putting forth a less than satisfactory effort. Bob McKillop’s team had no such…

  11. YES Network to televise ACC, Big East basketball games

    Jul 14, 2013, 3:45 PM EST

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    Last Thursday, the YES Network — the most watched regional sports network in the country the past 10 years — announced they will televise ACC basketball and football games and Big East basketball games beginning this fall. As part of the deal with FOX Sports Media Group, who is a minority owner of the YES Network, YES will…

  12. Alex Len undergoes another surgery on right ankle

    Jul 14, 2013, 2:20 PM EST

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    There was inherent risk when the Phoenix Suns drafted Maryland center Alex Len with the fifth pick in this year’s NBA Draft, but Len’s upside greatly outweighs any risk that his right ankle poses. There was a reason, after all, the Cleveland Cavaliers toyed with the idea of taking Len with the first overall pick.…

  13. Nevada lands junior college transfer center Chris Brown

    Jul 14, 2013, 12:50 PM EST

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    Nevada head coach David Carter went the junior college route again as he landed 6-foot-11 center Chris Brown from Western Texas College. Brown is the fourth junior college transfer to commit to Nevada since April of this year, joining A.J. West, Ronnie Stevens and Lucas Stivrins. Prior to spending a season at Western Texas, Brown played…

  14. Minnesota embarks on $190 million facilities development plan

    Jul 14, 2013, 11:35 AM EST

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    Minnesota’s legendary Williams Arena — known as just “The Barn” to most — was built back in 1928, and is in dire need of a face-lift. It has the history and nostalgic memories that most college basketball gyms don’t have, but improvements are needed to keep pace with the times. Don’t get excited just yet…

  15. Jim Calhoun to be honored by Connecticut

    Jul 14, 2013, 10:20 AM EST

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    Although he is no longer the head coach of the Connecticut men’s basketball team, Jim Calhoun is still a fixture on the Storrs campus. Calhoun retired prior to the commencements of the 2012-13 season as head coach of Connecticut after leading the Huskies for 26 seasons, and is now in the role of “Special Assistant…

  16. Negus Webster-Chan is stirring the pot in Hawaii

    Jul 13, 2013, 10:49 PM EST

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    Negus Webster-Chan didn’t make enough of an impression at Mizzou. That’s why he transferred to Hawaii. In Hawaii’s active summer league, however, he’s made an immediate impression. According to the Court Sense blog, he’s caused a bit of a stir, in fact. Not a bad idea in the laid-back Hawaiian summer league. Chippy play in…

  17. Virginia is for Leavers. But why?

    Jul 13, 2013, 6:52 PM EST

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    I live in Charlottesville, VA, so I hear all the questions and concerns about Tony Bennett’s program on a daily basis. When one of those questions begins to creep into the national college hoops conversation, you know something strange is going on. Following the news that Taylor Barnette will transfer from UVA, announced very late…

  18. Wilbut guilty plea is more bad news for Seton Hall

    Jul 13, 2013, 6:31 PM EST

    Kevin Willard

    Things just will not turn around for Seton Hall. The team that came within one overtime point of a national title under P.J. Carlesimo in 1989 has been on a downward trajectory since. The Pirates haven’t been to the Big Dance since 2006, and they’ve been through a series of coaches and various combinations of…

  19. Has Kentucky opened a Dominican big man pipeline?

    Jul 13, 2013, 6:10 PM EST

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    This just in: every move John Calipari makes pays recruiting dividends. Hanging with Charlie Sheen? Money. Posing with arch-nemesis Rick Pitino? Also gold. Being chosen to drive the Kentucky Speedway pace car? Got his name in the papers. Not getting to drive the pace car after all? Ditto. Losing in his hometown in the first…

  20. VIDEO: Russ Smith earns “Myth”-nomer during summer break

    Jul 13, 2013, 4:38 PM EST

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    What do you do when you’re a national title winner? If you’re Russ Smith, you declare yourself to be a mythical creature, then proceed to hit the local history museum to prove your point. The indispensible Card Chronicle tracked down a local TV station’s video of the man formerly known as Russdiculous, who has spent…