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welcome to the 2019-20 college basketball season. many of the great players you remember from last year have gone on to the NBA or other pursuits (Zion Williamson, for example). however, there are many good players still in college (Luke Maye [citation needed]).

did you know that John Beilein left Michigan for the Cleveland Cavs? at one time i knew it happened, but i forgot about it until just now. i know Buzz Williams left VT but i couldn't remember where he went - turns out it was Texas A&M. who did VT hire to replace Buzz? i dunno, i'm not gonna bother looking that up. some guy named Mike Young. i've never heard of him. one final fun fact is that Tubby Smith is still coaching. he's in his second season at High Point. that may be common knowledge, but i did not know that (or more likely, had forgotten it).

the season starts tomorrow, by the way. markell johnson should wreck a lot of dudes this year.

11/4/2019 6:26:55 PM

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Video put up by Evansville following their upset of #1 Kentucky.

11/13/2019 10:00:42 PM

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Really wish Memphis would have had some balls and stuck with their challenge against the NCAA. Instead, they ain't got no balls

11/14/2019 1:09:04 PM

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^^^ EXACTLY how i feel about college basketball (and was wondering why VT was predicted to finish so low preseason, had completely forgotten about Buzz).

^ agree. would've been great to watch that play out, was rooting for Memphis

11/14/2019 2:06:08 PM

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