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Bob Huggins' Ejection: Who Said What on Twitter

February 23rd, 2010
Bob Huggins - West Virginia

A funny thing happened on the way to Connecticut's latest upset of a top-tier Big East team Monday night.

 

Bob Huggins, coach of the visiting No. 7 West Virginia Mountaineers, got two technical fouls and was automatically ejected.

 

Lack of Depth Could be Ohio State's Undoing

February 18th, 2010
Evan TurnerIn the fickle world of high-profile sports, the Purdue Boilermakers are now my favorite college basketball team.

 

Just kidding. As you know, I've been crushing on Ohio State for a while and since the Buckeyes (20-7, 10-4 Big Ten) lost a game they should have won at West Virginia last month, they've bounced back so impressively that I thought there was no team in the country playing better than them.

Call Me: DeMarcus Cousins a Trendsetter in Close Win?

February 17th, 2010
Kentucky's DeMarcus CousinsIf you weren't fortunate enough to be in the fine city of Starkville, Miss., Tuesday night, I hope you were at least able to watch on television the Mississippi State Bulldogs take No. 2 Kentucky to overtime before letting the Wildcats escape with the win.

 

Monday Roundup: Evan Turner Best in the Country?

February 15th, 2010
Evan Turner

Evan Turner wasn't necessarily a highlight reel Sunday, but his overall play was instrumental yet again in Ohio State's most recent triumph.

 

The visiting Buckeyes blasted a pretty good Illinois team riding a five-game winning streak, including a pair of victories over Big Ten heavies Michigan State and Wisconsin.

 

Rivalry Weak? Duke Should Roll North Carolina

February 10th, 2010
UNC - Out Of Top 25

Evan Turner wasn't necessarily a highlight reel Sunday, but his overall play was instrumental yet again in Ohio State's most recent triumph.

 

The visiting Buckeyes blasted a pretty good Illinois team riding a five-game winning streak, including a pair of victories over Big Ten heavies Michigan State and Wisconsin.

 

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