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College Hoops Morning Recap

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  • We're suckers for fellow number crunchers. AZ's Doug Haller seeks out the Pac-10's most productive clutch players. (Arizona Republic)

  • The 'Cats were victorious over a sinking Texas squad, but not without adversity. Kansas State's plane was hit by lightning late Sunday evening, forcing the team to switch to a new aircraft. Players didn't get to sleep until the wee hours on Monday morning. (Kansas City Star)

  • Long-awaited video evidence from Saturday's Indiana State/Southern Illinois game. About time this Dwayne Lathan dunk finally hit the interwebs. (Ballin' is a Habit)

  • Yesterday marked the end to a productive WCC career for Gonzaga senior Steven Gray. Gray, a versatile threat at both ends, recorded 202 three pointers and 152 steals in 121 games for the Zags. (The Spokesman-Review)

  • Mike Brey's Irish were unconscious from behind the arc on Monday. The late-game appearance of senior Tom Kopko, who eventually hit a jumper, felt like the basketball equivalent of a Rudy moment. (Rakes of Mallow)