December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p58
The article presents information related to college basketball. Washington has found an ideal role for transfer Ryan Appleby, who struggled to perform consistently at Florida. Appleby is being used primarily as a shooting specialist. Wake Forest's Justin Gray struggled with turnovers in his first four games after converting from shooting guard and was an obvious victim of officials' early emphasis on calling palming violations. Maryland is pleased with the early results from sophomore James Gist, probably the program's most talented player and a strong candidate to become the team's leading scorer.


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