Wednesday, December 19, 2007

The Morning (Link) Dump, December 19

Sorry, I'm a bit busy today, so I'm just going to give you some quick-hitters for the morning.

- Georgia Tech senior center Ra'Sean Dickey has announced he will redshirt the rest of the season because of knee problems. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

- Memphis' biggest problem all season has been its inability to consistently knock down three-pointers. (Memphis Commercial Appeal)

- South Carolina guard Brandis Raley-Ross is shooting 71 percent from three-point range, an improvement of about 40 percentage points from a season ago. (The Greenville News)

- Tennessee is trying to push the ball without making poor decisions with the basketball. (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

- Tennessee sophomore big man Wayne Chism is in danger of losing his starting spot to freshman center Brian Williams. (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

- Dick Jerardi has another national college basketball report, touching on summer recruiting, seniors, Kyle Hines and much more. (Philadelphia Daily News)

- Butler deserves accolades as one of the best teams in the country despite its "mid-major" label. (Chicago Tribune)

- One of the many keys to Saint Mary's hot start is the presence of three players from Australia, including freshman guard Patrick Mills. (USA Today)

- Arizona guard Nic Wise has had an up-and-down season and wants to become more consistent. (Tucson Citizen)

- Arizona freshman guard Jerryd Bayless has had to adjust to a multitude of changes, including the transition from high school to college. (Arizona Daily Star)

More to come shortly...

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