Discussion in 'Men's College Basketball' started by EPJr, Sep 19, 2011.
UConn president says former basketball coach Kevin Ollie had pattern of serious violations
Top-40 prospect Jeremiah Robinson-Earl picks Villanova over Kansas
Villanova pulled off an impressive recruiting coup on Tuesday evening, beating Kansas for top-40 prospect Jeremiah Robinson-Earl.
Robinson-Earl chose the Wildcats over a final five that included Kansas, Arizona, Notre Dame and North Carolina. He officially visited all five schools over the past two months.
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Paschall, Booth key national champion Villanova in rout
Villanova started to head out for the second half toward its rehabilitated court when it somehow got lost in a maze of exits and sprinted out the wrong end.
"Everything's a first," coach Jay Wright said. "We're figuring it out."
The Wildcats will quickly get used to the intricacies of their digs.
They already seem quite at home, and as dominant as usual, at the new-look Pavilion.
Eric Paschall scored 26 points, Phil Booth had 17 and No. 9 Villanova opened its national championship defense with a 100-77 win over Morgan State on Tuesday night.
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UConn opens Hurley era with 80-70 win over Morehead State
UConn coach Dan Hurley is happy with the energy level of his Huskies, now he'd like to see them develop a killer instinct.
Hurley had a successful coaching debut at his new school Thursday as UConn broke open a close game, then held off a pesky Morehead State team for an 80-70 win.
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Booth scores 23 as No. 9 Villanova routs Quinnipiac 86-53
- Phil Booth scored a career-high 23 points, and No. 9 Villanova routed Quinnipiac 86-53 on Saturday night.
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Hauser helps No. 24 Marquette rally past Presbyterian
Graduate transfer Joseph Chartouny picked a good time to make his presence felt at Marquette.
Sam Hauser scored 19 points and Chartouny added 16 off the bench as the No. 24 Golden Eagles overcame a sluggish start to pull away for a 74-55 nonconference victory over stubborn Presbyterian on Saturday.
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