Around The Blogosphere: August 19, 2011Posted by nvr1983 on August 19th, 2011
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- Isaiah Armood Leaves Villanova: The Wildcat captain is looking to transfer to another Division 1 program. (Villanova by the Numbers, VU Hoops: Story and Opinion, and Testudo Times)
- USA 94, Israel 84: “Team USA ended their Group D competition by defeating Israel 94-84, finishing with a 5-0 record. Team Israel gave Team USA its best competition to date.” (Villanova by the Numbers and Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician)
- SEC Schedules Released: A look at the conference schedules for Kentucky and Vanderbilt. (A Sea of Blue and Anchors of Gold)
- Virginia Tech sweeps Windsor: Recaps of the Hokies two victories over the Canadian school. (Tech Hoops: Game 1 and Game 2)
- Fresh Rankings for the 2013 MSU Basketball Recruits: A look at how Spartan recruits are doing on ESPN and Scout recruiting lists. (The Only Colors)
- Zags reportedly out of the running for Skylar Spencer; is it time to panic about 2012?: “When Demarquise Johnson’s father announced last week that his son would take an official to Gonzaga in September, many Zag fans took a collective sigh of relief. Last night, however, Greg Hicks of Scout.com posted an update on the recruitment of Skylar Spencer, an athletic power forward from the state of California. The Zags have been on Spencer for about as long as any other prospect in the 2012 cycle but Hicks reports that Skylar is is still considering four schools: Washington, Washington State, San Diego State, and Nevada. Wait…what?” (The Slipper Still Fits)