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KU Boobs Twitter Site Will Not Shut Down, And Of Course There’s A Taiwanese Animation Treatment Of The Controversy
A glorious video for a glorious moment in boob history.
Cal has a new sports logo that can only be stopped with several shots from a tranquilizer gun, or Stanford. It’s part of its new basketball floor at Haas Pavilion. Come for the time-lapse video, stay for the slideshow of top ten unusual college basketball floors.
If anyone can figure out reality-challenged actress Amanda Bynes, it should be Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson. Bynes is in legal trouble, and hey, Henderson has been there. He wants to help.
Rutgers’ New Athletic Director Is Reportedly Pretty Standard Issue Rutgers Leadership Material: Abusive
Fire whoever screens your applicants. They suck at their job.
Decensae White, Who Played For Bobby Knight At Texas Tech And Attended Tom Brady’s High School, Extradited On Murder Charge
Decensae White’s father raised him to play for Bobby Knight, and he once seemingly had the basketball world by the tail after landing at Texas Tech to play for the legendary coach. But all that seems years and miles in the past now. White was recently arrested on a murder charge in connection with a rapper’s death in Atlanta.
Something’s up at George Washington University: it’s a patriotic new basketball floor at the Charles E. Smith Center. Very nice, but it’s not close to the most unique hoops surface in college sports. Weird floor design slide show ahead!
Florida Student Tries Crazy Spider-Man Dunk, Falls On Head, Is Likely To Go Undrafted In The NBA And In Life
If you see what I’m going for here: that was the opposite of a heads-up play. (LOL.)
New Rutgers Basketball Coach Eddie Jordan Did Not Graduate From Rutgers, Contrary To What Everyone Has Been Saying
Eddie Jordan was chosen to replace Mike Rice as the coach of the Rutgers basketball team last month. The scandal-plagued university thought they had turned a page with Jordan, a well-respected coach on both collegiate and professional levels — plus, as a university alumnus, his hiring was the ultimate PR move. Unfortunately, for a school that claimed to do its due diligence over this hire, one potentially major detail was left out of the vetting process.