Around The Blogosphere: December 15, 2010

Posted by nvr1983 on December 15th, 2010

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Top 25 Games

  • Oakland 89, #4 Tennessee 82: Differing takes from the winning side (Oakland Grizzlies Gameplan) and the losing side (Rocky Top Talk).
  • Drexel 52, #20 Louisville 46: “I’m not sure whether to make a joke or voice how pissed I truly am. I’m not sure whether this will serve as a wake-up call or a catalyst to the disappointing season we feared and so many predicted. I’m not sure if the first eight games of the season were completely misleading or if the team that showed up out of nowhere this evening will be banished for good by the time Big East play rolls around.” (Card Chronicle)

Other Games of Interest

  • Michigan 64, North Carolina Central 44: “Michigan continues to push the limit of just how ugly a 20 point win can be. The Wolverines haven’t played many complete games this year and tonight was no different as Michigan crawled their way to just 23 first half points against North Carolina Central’s 2-3 zone. While the Wolverines looked hapless and befuddled versus the zone in the first half, the Eagles made the inexplicable choice to go away from the zone in the second half.” (UM Hoops


  • Josh Selby Meets With The Media Ahead Of His Kansas Debut: The Kansas guard answering some questions just days before he plays his first minute in a Jayhawk uniform. (Rock Chalk Talk)
  • College Basketball 2010: The Naughty and Nice: A Kentucky blog takes a look around the college basketball landscape to see who has been naughty and who has been nice so far this season. (A Sea of Blue)
  • With Long Break to Examine, Will Gary Williams Flip Terps’ Starting Lineup?: With just 3 games in the next 27 days, Gary Williams will have to make some decisions about which players he wants to start when ACC play starts. (Testudo Times)
  • Rick Pitino signs on as head coach of the Puerto Rican national basketball team: Breaking down the reports of Pitino’s next coaching gig. (Card Chronicle)
  • Is 19-0 a Possibility?: Ohio State fans are already talking about getting to their 20th game without a loss. (Eleven Warriors)
  • Exploring Minnesota’s Struggles After Triumph in Puerto Rico: “Following the Gophers strong showing during the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, which included triumphs over North Carolina and West Virginia, some jubilant Minnesota fans began drawing comparisons between this version of maroon and gold and the Bobby Jackson and Sam Jacobsen led crew that took the Gophers to the Final Four. In the weeks since claiming a non-conference tournament championship, the Gophers have struggled against teams they were expected to handle with ease. [. . .] This latest stretch has some of the once jubilant fan base a bit concerned. So, what exactly is ailing Minnesota since its celebration in Puerto Rico?” (The Daily Gopher)
  • 2011 guard Kelvin Amayo claims offer from Indiana: Some conflicting information about a guard who is not listed on any national list who claims that Indiana has offered him a scholarship. (Inside the Hall)
  • Film Study: CSU: Breaking down some key plays from Kansas’s win over Colorado State. (Rock Chalk Talk)
  • Inside the Hall Twitter Mailbag: December 14: Answering some questions from Indiana fans. (Inside the Hall)
  • Hoop M Nation: Random thoughts about the state of Missouri basketball and some of their rivals. (Rock M Nation)
  • The State of the Hoyas: Cupcakeology Edition: “To cupcake or to not cupcake – that is the question.” (Casual Hoya)
  • Catching Up With Georgetown Hoyas In The NBA: A Photo Essay: “As a New Orleans Hornets season ticket holder I have the pleasure of seeing Chris Paul play forty one times per year against some of the NBA’s best and worst teams.  Last week the Hornets hosted both the Detroit Pistons and the Oklahoma City Thunder, which gave me the chance to check out three of the four current Georgetown Hoyas playing professionally: Greg Monroe, Dajuan Summers, and Jeff Green.” (Casual Hoya)
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