David Harten

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Tulsa, Oklahoma renewing in-state series for 2013-14 season

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Games between well-known in-state opponents are always a good thing. Since 2008, Oklahoma and Tulsa hadn’t played. That’ll change this season. The Sooners released their non-conference slate on Monday afternoon, with a contest at home against the Golden Hurricane being one of the highlights. The two will showdown December 14 in Norman. The last time [more]

Miami gets commitment from 2014 guard James Palmer

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Miami coach Jim Larranaga has a lot of talent to replace off his 2012-13 roster. Including NBA Draft first round pick Shane Larkin, Durand Scott and Kenny Kadji. Larranaga and his staff have put the finishing touches on the 2013 class — the one immediately responsible for keeping the momentum going for the Hurricanes — [more]

Villanova alums team up for Pro-Am victory

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Reggie Redding and Antonio Pena’s collegiate careers have ended, but the former Villanova players got together at least one more time, this time for a victory in the Delco Pro-Am. Pena, who averaged 9.8 points in 2010-11 for the Wildcats, dropped 25 points in the final playing for Omega Medical, a 91-72 victory over Radano [more]

Presidential connections now abundant at Oregon State

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Being that Craig Robinson’s brother-in-law is President Barack Obama, it’s a safe assessment to call the Oregon State head man the “First Coach.” Well, now Robinson has someone on staff that he can talk “White House” with. Oregon State announced the addition of Joe Kennedy on Monday. Along with spending time on staff at Northwestern, [more]

Wichita State gets a recruiting bump after Final Four appearance

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Gregg Marshall has made a solid living in his time at Wichita State out of developing talent that was under-recruited or under-valued at some point in the players’ career. Marshall made a habit of scouring the junior college ranks, getting some of the best talent out of that pipeline — Carl Hall and Cleanthony Early [more]

Michigan commit Austin Hatch moves to California for final prep year

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Austin Hatch has had a rough high school career. And almost all of his trials have come off the court. The 6-6 forward, who has stuck with his commitment to Michigan since his sophomore year (and they to him), survived not one, but two plane crashes, the first killing his mother and two siblings, another [more]