Around The Blogosphere: September 7, 2011

Posted by nvr1983 on September 7th, 2011

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General News

  • Crisler Arena: Phase One: A look at renovations to Michigan’s arena. (UM Hoops)

Recruiting

  • Mitch McGary in The Big House: “McGary was in Ann Arbor over the weekend for a two day official visit to Michigan. Part of that visit included a stop in The Big House for half of a football game in the rain between Michigan and Western Michigan.” (Kentucky Sports Radio)
  • Recruiting Roundup: September 6th, 2011: A recap on Michigan’s current recruiting efforts. (UM Hoops)
  • Jerami Grant Down to Maryland and Rutgers, Deciding Soon?: Maryland appears to be in the hunt for another top prospect. (Testudo Times)
  • Taking Stock of Maryland’s Recruiting Class, and Its Future, After Layman’s Terrapin Commitment: “In short: it stands on very favorable ground. That’s three commitments Mark Turgeon has in hand for the ’12 class, and two of them – Layman and Shaquille Cleare – are particularly highly-regarded, top 60 prospects (at least according to the folks at Scout and ESPN). The third, Seth Allen, was taken very early in the cycle, indicating he’s a Mark Turgeon favorite, which is good enough for me with his track record.” (Testudo Times)
  • Kyle Anderson Visits Georgetown: The highly sought after recruit visited Georgetown yesterday. (Casual Hoya)

Analysis

  • 2011-2012 Big Ten Preview: Five impact freshmen: “With the start of the fall semester underway and less than six weeks until the official start of practice, it’s time to begin looking ahead to the 2011-2012 season. We continue our Big Ten preview with a look at the five freshmen, listed in no particular order, who could make the biggest impact next season.” (Inside the Hall)
  • Big Ten announces CBS, ESPN games for 2011-2012 season: A look at Indiana’s, Purdue’s, and Michigan State’s CBS and ESPN schedules. (Indiana: Inside the Hall; Purdue: Hammer & Rails; Michigan State: The Only Colors)
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