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    • Appalachian State freshman shooter to transfer
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      Appalachian State freshman shooter to transfer

      Appalachian State rising sophomore Patrick Good informed head coach Jim Fox on his intentions to leave the program. “I was pretty shocked when he came in to tell me he was leaving,” Fox told the Winston Salem-Journal.

    • Jim Boeheim’s son is suddenly being wooed by high majors in July’s best recruiting story
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      Jim Boeheim’s son is suddenly being wooed by high majors in July’s best recruiting story

      Buddy Boeheim has, in recruiting circles, forever been known as little more than Jim Boeheim's son -- a nice mid-major prospect who most assume will walk-on and play for his father at Syracuse. And he still might. Probably will. But a funny thing happened last week: Buddy Boeheim was super impressive on a big stage. The 6-foot-5 guard averaged 13.5 points and shot 55.9 percent from 3-point range while helping his team (City Rocks New York) advance to the quarterfinals of the prestigious Nike Peach Jam. He made five 3-pointers and got 18 points last Friday in an 81-47 blowout of a Team Penny squad that featured four top-40 national recruits. And now this: Yes, Gonzaga's Mark Few is actively recruiting

    • Actually, there should be 69 teams in the NCAA Tournament
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      Actually, there should be 69 teams in the NCAA Tournament

      ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi shared a bold plan Thursday morning when he proposed the NCAA Tournament expand to 72 teams. Before you poo-poo the idea, give it a read. His reasoning is strong and his explanation on how it can work is feasible. And it got me thinking...what is the ideal number for NCAA Tournament teams? The easy answer is 64, because that’s the perfect bracket. Every team needs to play six games to win. It’s clean. It’s easy. It’s also outdated. The expansion to 64 teams came in 1985, during an era where there were far fewer Division I schools competing. In fact, there are 69 more schools in Division I today than there were in 1985. With so much more competition, it would be