Around The Blogosphere: 11.28.10 Edition

Posted by nvr1983 on November 28th, 2010

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Top 25 Games

  • Richmond 65, #8 Purdue 54: “Perhaps my rage from the loss this afternoon played into this or maybe I was having flashbacks to the Minny game last spring in the BT tourney…Whatever the case is, I haven’t been this angry while watching Purdue sports in a few years. LewJack, Smooge and Barlow combined defensively to make Richmond’s Anderson look like Allen Iverson…back in 2000. At the same time, JJ, Bade, Byrd and Carroll made Justin Harper look like Dwight Howard.” (Boiled Sports)
  • #11 Georgetown 87, UNC-Asheville 72: “Breaking news. Austin Freeman is fantastic. He scored 32 points on 11-15 shooting, tying a Georgetown record with 7 made three pointers. The Hoyas defeated UNC Asheville 87-72, avoiding a Thanksgiving hangover in Washington, DC on Saturday.” (Casual Hoya)
  • #17 Texas 62, Rice 59: “For the second straight year, dispatching of the Rice Owls didn’t come easily to Texas. Last year, the Texas Longhorns pulled away late for a comfortable double-digit victory in Houston. Today, only a clanked three-pointer prevented the match-up from heading to overtime.” (Burnt Orange Nation)

Other Games of Interest

  • UTEP 65, Michigan 56: “Michigan had played surprisingly well in their first four games but they finally hit the wall. Playing in their second game in as many days, the Wolverines were beaten in almost every phase of the game. After the Syracuse loss I wrote that Michigan would probably have a handful of plays they wanted back, today they probably only have a handful of plays that they wanted to keep.” (UM Hoops)

Pre-Game Analysis

  • Owls Cap Off Old Spice Classic Against Texas A&M: “This morning, the Temple Owls will look to finish strong in the Old Spice Classic in the loser’s “championship” game against the Texas A&M Aggies. After Thursday’s poor performance, the Owls showed signs that they were coming back to normal form after an 11-day break from play. We’re going to take some time and look at this talented Texas A&M ball club in preparation for today’s showdown between the Owls and the Aggies.” (Owlified)


  • Butler’s missed FT attempt: A look at what happened under the basket on Butler‘s intentionally missed free throw late in its loss to Evansville. (The Mikan Drill)
  • UCLA Basketball Roundup: Work Still to Be Done or We Could be Playing to Return to MSG: Taking a look at the Bruins thus far and analyzing what the future may hold for them. (Bruins Nation)


  • Video: Tim Hardaway Sr. and Glen Rice Sr. Interview: RTC fanatic Seth Davis interviews the two former NBA stars about their sons playing in college. (UM Hoops)
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