College Hoops Morning Recap

COLLEGE PARK MD - FEBRUARY 23: Maryland Terrapins fans yell at Deividas Dulkys #4 of the Florida State Seminoles at the Comast Center on February 23 2011 in College Park Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
  • A buzzer-beating, bubble-bursting shot in the Michigan/Wisconsin game. The Wolverines likely need to win out and make some noise in the Big Ten Tournament just to have any chance at an at-large bid. (Bucky's 5th Quarter)

  • The lede says it all: "Marshon Brooks was so good Wednesday night, he outscored two Big East teams by himself. Too bad one of them wasn't Notre Dame." (Beyond the Arc)

  • Nevermind the loss to Cincy, Chris Wright's broken hand looks to be a debilitating injury for the Hoyas (Washington Post)

  • UTEP's Tim Floyd didn't exactly enjoy getting a T'd up for leaving his designated coaching box. Police promptly escorted him away. Seriously. (Ballin' is a Habit)

  • Kentucky just can't stop losing games everyone expects them to win. Late-game execution is the unquestioned culprit here, but it's hard to put a lot of faith in coach Cal's bunch right now. (A Sea of Blue)

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