TO KNOW LIST 7: Stuff we know now that we didn't know then

DeCourcy, Mike
December 2005
Sporting News;12/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 49, p5
The article presents information on recent developments related to college basketball in the U.S. The Huskies' depth and wealth of offensive weapons got them through the Maui Invitational tournament, even with their point guard, Marcus Williams, suspended until January 2006. Now, a soft schedule--with no road games until Big East play--will help them along. Many of the Big East's teams are in transition, filled with young players. As the league expanded to 16, fans worried if there would be enough National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament bids for all its worthy teams.


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