College Hoops Morning Recap

  • Division III Caltech had Senior Night yesterday and did the unthinkable: THEY WON! It was the first time in 26 years the Beavers knocked off a conference opponent, a streak that dated back to January 23rd, 1985. (Rush the Court)

  • Louisville plodded their way to 22 second half points and still blew the doors off Rutgers. Not surprisingly, roughly 40% of viewers who watched this game from start to finish have complained of chronic dizziness and migraine headaches. (Card Chronicle)

  • Tom Izzo's Spartans are back in the discussion, but there's still plenty of work to do. The emergence of first year point guard Keith Appling could be a great sign for this team, however. (Detroit Free Press)

  • With a generously soft slap on the wrist, Jim Calhoun is still fuming about his suspension for next season. But is he even being reasonable here? (Boston Herald)

  • Chris Dobbertean's latest S-curve including yesterday's games. Sorry Alabama, you didn't make the cut. (Blogging the Bracket)

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