College Hoops Morning Recap

  • BYU starting center Brandon Davies suspended for the remainder of the season due to an honor code violation. The Tribune's Kurt Kragthorpe sees this as the nail in the coffin for the Cougs' Final Four chances. (Salt Lake Tribune)

  • A disheartening way to go out on Senior Night, but there wasn't much the Nittany Lions could do about it. Jon Diebler quite simply put on a show, and didn't even need to come inside the three-point arc to do it. His line: 30 points, five assists, and 10 of 12 from three-point land. (Black Shoe Diaries)

  • Outstanding feature on former Michigan/Illinois/Kentucky recruit Alex Legion. The 44th overall player in the '07 class according to Rivals, Legion was more highly touted than the likes of Evan Turner, LaceDarius Dunn, and Chris Wright. (Detroit News)

  • Late-minute thrillers have become the norm for coach Cal and his young Kentucky squad. Big free throws from Brandon Knight and Terrence Jones down the stretch helped to spurn a valiant comeback effort by the Commodores. (Cat Scratches)

  • Jeff Eisenberg caught up with rookie March Madness announcer and NBA big-shot artist Reggie Miller. A knowledgeable mind who tells it like he sees it, Miller will also be on the call for Kentucky-Tennessee on Saturday. (The Dagger)

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