– Your #ReadoftheDay comes from Dana O’Neil. She paints a fantastic picture of the issues the new NCAA eligibility requirements
– Andy Glockner penned a Twitter-sized summer catch-up article about the top 53 teams in the country
– Coaches across the country spill their guts about who they would want to build a program around
– UCLA center Anthony Stover has been dismissed from the program for failure to meet NCAA academic requirements. This is one of the last things this program needed heading into the new season. While he wasn’t a dominant center, Stover provided great length down low. The Bruins will have Josh Smith and freshman Tony Parker in the middle in 2012-2013
– Will the addition of Stony Brook to the CAA (football only) have any affect on the hoops programs?
– C.J. Moore briefs us on the new breed of Jayhawk that will be nesting in Lawrence this season
– What if all the Big-Ten schools were countries?
– Trey Burke never showed up at my lemonade stand. Lucky kids
– Jalen Rose doesn’t want the U.S. gymnastics team to be called “The Fab Five”
– The bracket for the “Legends Classic” has been released. Georgetown, UCLA, Indiana and Georgia have already advanced to the Final-Four
– Jim Calhoun fractured his hip over the weekend in a bicycling accident. The doctors are indicating that he will be fully healed in 8-12 weeks
– Noruwa Agho, Columbia’s leading scorer in 2010 and 2011, has decided not to fulfill his medical redshirt, and will not return for his final season. The senior guard tore his petellar tendon two games into the 2011-2012 season. The New York native would have had a chance to become one of the school’s all-time leading scorers if he were to return
– Team Takeover AAU head coach Doug Martin will join Jay Wright’s staff at Villanova
– Rob Dauster won the prestigious “Hater of the Day” award at Kentucky Sports Radio
– Speaking of Kentucky, royalties from Wildcats merchandise rose 40% this past year