Around The Blogosphere: September 20, 2011

Posted by nvr1983 on September 20th, 2011

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  • Calhoun on expansion: UConn needs to do what’s best for UConn:  Jim Calhoun offers his thoughts on what UConn should do. (The UConn Blog)
  • Jim Boeheim Grinning & Bearing It, Barely…: “Obviously, Jim Boeheim hates the idea of Syracuse going to the ACC. You can give me all the official statements you want. We all know they’re B.S. and the idea of SU playing Clemson & Florida State instead of Georgetown and Villanova makes him vomit.” (Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician)
  • Jerime Anderson Reinstated: The senior guard was suspended two games for stealing a laptop. (Bruins Nation)
  • Maryland (and Duke?) Wants the ACC to Keep Expanding: “Per the Jeff Barker at the Baltimore Sun, the Terrapins’ athletic department is partnering with – get this – Duke, in privately pushing for the addition of two more teams, thereby making the ACC the first conference to go to 16.” (Testudo Times)
  • UM Hoops to Host Crisler Arena Open House: “The University of Michigan men’s and women’s basketball programs will host an open house on Friday (Sept. 23) from 5-8 p.m. at Crisler Arena.” (UM Hoops)


  • Kyle Anderson Commits to UCLA: The 6’8″ point guard may be the biggest committment so far from the class of 2012. (Bruins Nation, A Sea of Blue, Rumble in the Garden, and Casual Hoya)
  • Archie Goodwin Drops Kansas And UConn: “By my count, that leaves three schools — Memphis, Kentucky, and Arkansas — left in line for Archie’s services.” (A Sea of Blue)
  • Bogues to coach Peter Jurkin at United Faith Christian: “Peter Jurkin will have a new coach for his final high school season at United Faith Christian Academy: Tyrone Muggsy Bogues.” (Inside the Hall)


  • Syracuse To ACC: Everyone’s A Hypocrite: “Hey, look at John Marinatto, everyone! He’s speaking out in defense of his conference, getting tough on the issues surrounding it and openly trying to save the Big East. So glad he waited until after the s**t hit the fan to do all of that.” (Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician)
  • 2011-2012 All-Big Ten Preview: Jared Sullinger: Taking a look at Ohio State’s sophomore star. (Inside the Hall)
  • 2011-2012 Big Ten Preview: Breakout candidates: Trying to pick out which players are poised to have a big season. (Inside the Hall)
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