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Tuesday May 4th -

Pac-10 spring wrap
To say that Pac-10 teams faced a tumultuous offseason would be an understatement. Pete Carroll left USC, only to be replaced by Lane Kiffin. Oregon lost QB Jeremiah Masoli, among others. What does all the turmoil mean now that spring practices are over?

 

Wednesday May 5th -

ACC football post-spring wrap
From players and their positions to defensive schemes and coaching staffs, sweeping changes began throughout the ACC this spring.

 

Thursday May 6th -

Big Ten post-spring wrap
The big news in the Big Ten came off the field. But before there's any expansion, there's action on the field to discuss.

 

Friday May 7th -

Micky Collins figures that if he asks enough little questions, players and fans can avoid asking themselves the bigger one: Is football a menace to the human head?
Micky Collins figures that if he asks enough little questions, players and fans can avoid asking themselves the bigger one: Is football a menace to the human head?

Saturday May 8th -

Analyzing the final flurry of NBA decisions - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
NBA draft boards are safe. Saturday's NCAA-imposed deadline to withdraw from the NBA draft didn't produce any last minute decisions on the first round.

 


Sunday May 9th -

Committee set to debate 68-team NCAA tournament format
Dan Guerrero wants to see options when the NCAA Tournament selection committee convenes in Indianapolis in two weeks

 

Monday May 10th -

Big Ten expansion: Making college hoops weird
The Big Ten is looking into expanding. It will change the college hoops landscape forever.