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1/8 College Basketball Recap Links

  • It's about time, really. Central Florida drops from the ranks of the unbeaten. Jordan + Clanton = 4 for 15 FGs, 8 turnovers. (Houston Chronicle)

  • Kansas State laid an nice, fat egg in their Big-12 opener (Topeka Capital-Journal)

  • Woeful basketball steals the show in a 'Cuse-SHU clank-fest (The Post-Standard)

  • Matthew Bryan-Amaning, one of our favorite dunkers in the college game, led his Huskies to their fifth 100-pt. performance of the year (Seattle Times)

  • Tom Izzo on a 66-62 loss to Penn State: "This is one of the most disappointing losses of my career" (Detroit Free Press)

  • Want to beat the press? Colorado's ambitious victory could be a blueprint for future success against Missouri's pressure D. (Denver Post)

  • 6'9" senior Sam Muldrow recorded a triple-double (16pts-14rebs-10blks) in an OT upset of Vanderbilt (Garnet and Black Attack)

  • Florida State is quite brutal away from their own gym. Worse yet, they still have no idea how to score points in the first half of games. (The Virginian-Pilot)

  • An emotional Kentucky squad went slap-happy vs. Georgia. Newsflash: You rarely win games when your opponent drains 30 of 34 FTs.  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

  • The Hoyas are starting to make even their biggest supporters look foolish. We shift a hefty portion of blame to JT3's coaching ability, however. (Casual Hoya)

  • With one player in double figures, North Carolina beat Virginia. Did you notice? (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

  • Fredette goes for 22 in a BYU win and his averages across the board go down (Colorado Springs Gazette)

  • Bruce Pearl probably turned the channel. 'Massively overrated' would be the best way to describe the Vols right now. (Rocky Top Talk)