Around The Blogosphere: June 16, 2011

Posted by nvr1983 on June 16th, 2011

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General News

  • 3′s Company | #3 Allan Chaney to Play Next Season: “ has it on good authority that #3 Allan Chaney will suit up for the Hokies next season. The 6’9″, 235 lbs. forward, who has been battling a heart ailment for the last year that kept him off the court, would add a big time low post presence to an inexperienced Virginia Tech team. Word on the street is he may even get back the year he lost due to his condition, perhaps making him just a sophomore next year.” (Tech Hoops)


  • Reaching out to Recruits: Reviewing players that Villanova reached out to yesterday, which was the first day they could contact 2013 recruits. (VU Hoops)
  • Mark Donnal to Michigan: The 6’9″ power forward out of Ohio verbally committed to the Wolverines. (UM Hoops)
  • Austin Hatch to Michigan: The 6’4″ wing also committed to the Wolverines. (UM Hoops)
  • 2013 Notes: Monte Morris, Zak Irvin and Derrick Walton Add Michigan Offers: A recap of other Michigan recruiting news. (UM Hoops)
  • Recruiting notebook: Indiana calls on 2013 prospects: A rundown of 2013 prospects that Indiana contacted yesterday. (Inside the Hall)


  • Is Duke Chicken?: Questioning Duke’s apparent unwillingness to play Kentucky. (A Sea of Blue)
  • Do returning minutes matter in the Big East?: A detailed analysis of how important returning minutes are to a team’s success. (Rumble in the Garden)
  • Kentucky Basketball Recruiting Spotlight: Anthony Davis: A look at the hyped freshman as well as some potential expectations. (A Sea of Blue)
  • Wash, Rinse, Repeat — The 2012 Atlantic-10 Conference Pairs: Part 1 of an analysis of each team’s strength of schedule using advanced metrics. (Villanova by the Numbers)
  • Wash, Rinse, Repeat (pt 2) — The 2012 Atlantic-10 Home and Away Slate: Part 2 of an analysis of each team’s strength of schedule using advanced metrics. (Villanova by the Numbers)


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