January 2006
Sporting News;1/13/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 2, p54
The article focuses on developments related to college basketball in the U.S. Oklahoma University wants SG Michael Neal to take better shots but can't come down too hard on his shot selection because he's needed as a perimeter threat. It has been suggested that Gonzaga University tends to struggle when star F Adam Morrison scores the most, which is like adding 2+2 and coming up with 27.8. Georgia coach Dennis Felton might have been more pleased with his team's 43-37 rebound advantage over Clemson than with the team's victory.


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