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Jeremy Wise Enters NBA Draft (w/o Agent)

April 15th, 2009
NBA Draft

 

HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Southern Miss junior point guard Jeremy Wise will submit his name to the National Basketball Association for its June Draft. Wise, however, will not hire an agent, leaving open the possibility to return to Southern Miss next season.

Conference USA Tournament: Pairings/Schedule

March 7th, 2009
Central Florida

IRVING, Texas – Regular season champion Memphis will be the No. 1 seed at the 2009 Conference USA Men's Basketball Championship, March 11-14 at FedExForum in Memphis, Tenn. The Tigers, ranked No. 3 in the country, enter the conference tournament as the No.1 seed for the fourth year in a row, owning a record of 28-3 and the nation’s longest winning streak at 22 games.

Coaches on the Hot Seat: Mid-Season

February 5th, 2009
Jerry Wainright - DePaul

The SEC has already seen two coaching casualties in Dennis Felton and Mark "Got Fired" Gottfried. While the following coaches might make it through the season, their futures, sometimes despite multi-year contracts, are tenuous at best. In the preseason, we put out a similar list, and one of those guys, Felton, has already been axed. Will one of these six guys be the next to go?

 

GameNight: Southern Miss at Kansas State

December 11th, 2008
Dec 11 2008 - 9:00pm

Preview & Prediction: By Evan Dorey

Larry Eustachy: Head Coach Q&A

October 28th, 2008
Larry Eustachy

College Basketball's Best Coaches

State of '08: Mississippi

September 24th, 2008
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2008-09 Southern Miss Basketball Preview: #68

September 15th, 2008
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Former Trojan Angelo Johnson Transfers to Southern Miss

August 21st, 2008
Southern Miss

HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Former USC standout Angelo Johnson has transferred to Southern Miss, head coach Larry Eustachy announced Wednesday afternoon. Johnson, a point guard, will have to sit out this year due to the NCAA's transfer rules, but will be allowed to practice with the team.

A three-star prospect out of high school by Rivals.com, Johnson will have three years of eligibility remaining after playing his freshman season with the Trojans.