College Hoops Morning Recap

CHAPEL HILL, NC - MARCH 05: The North Carolina Tar Heels huddle before their game against the Duke Blue Devils at the Dean E. Smith Center on March 5, 2011 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
  • An improbable scenario to consider back in November - The North Carolina Tar Heels are your 2010-11 ACC regular season champs.  Kendall Marshall's flair and court vision make him a treat to watch. But the court rush after the game? A little much. (Greensboro News & Record)

  • Penalized because their game took too long, fans watching yesterday's Big-12 battle between Kansas and Missouri were diabolically switched over to the start of either Oregon-Arizona or Michigan-Michigan State. Rightfully so, irate fans blew up message boards and websites as Mizzou cut the distance to four. An egregious error by CBS. (The Dagger)

  • The pieces just aren't in place for Tom Izzo's Spartans. Jump shooting teams that can't make jumpers don't usually find a way to steal important road games, and MSU never once had control in this one. (AnnArbor.com)

  • 'The resume don't lie.' If Notre Dame can win out and snag the Big East title, then it's difficult to believe they will get snubbed out of a No. 1 seed. Like it or not, the Domers are legit. (Fox Sports)

  • Without a true ball-handler to run their offense, Georgetown is on a crash course with mediocrity. The Hoyas fell to eighth place in the Big East after closing out the regular season with three straight losses. (Washington Post)

THAT'S BRAD TINSLEY! (H/T: Troy Machir, BIAH)

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