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doesn't get you excited for the start of college basketball season, nothing will. Oh, you've seen a photo of Duke's boss burning before. If his burn can start this early, after all he accomplished last year, we ought to be full flame right now, too. And speaking of burn, we're here to examine the 10 burning questions that will get us jumping off our metaphorical benches. Like, who you got for SEC newcomer of the year. Or, which coach is going to vacate the premises first. And what's a great coach in a new spot, like Shaka Smart at Texas, going to do in his first season. We'll examine another Big 12 coach who will be on an even hotter seat right away. The picture of Coach K really shows us one thing perfectly. It doesn't matter if you were the national champions last year. It's sad for college basketball fans that the window becomes so small sometimes to watch guys grow up. But this is nothing new. There will be more bad news, guaranteed. Plus, we're still waiting on some key newcomers to receive NCAA clearance. The season is here. Feel the burn. The quick answer is no. Reducing the shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds is going to be as useful as if the NCAA changed the ball's color from orange-brown to whatever fluorescence Baylor decides to wear this season. Sure, scoring will be up—more possessions and all—but it could still mean decreased efficiency. What we will be curious to see: What will defenses do to create more helter-skelter situations late in the shot clock. You can bet there will be a lot of "token" pressure defense before half court to forces teams to around 22 seconds to pick their first shot. Ken Pomeroy wrote about the potential differences in March , as the NIT served as a Petri dish for experimentation. He calculated a 7 percent difference for overall scoring. Iona coach Tim Cluess—whose fast-paced Gaels don't even need to invest in a shot clock— told Kevin Trahan of USA Today last March in the NIT, "I thought there were only three or four possessions where it had an effect in the entire game. " He said that after his team's NIT loss to Rhode Island, which featured 80 possessions for each team. What we're hopeful for: Some lousy possessions coaxed by good defense at one end of the floor could lead to fast breaks (and easy buckets) in transition. What we're fearful of: enough bricks. Source: bleacherreport.com
If this picture of Coach K doesn't get you excited for the start of college basketball season, nothing will. Oh, you've seen a photo of Duke's boss burning before? Well, this one's from Oct. 30. Against Florida Southern. During a 44-point exhibition
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The Associated Press Top 25 came out. Six Big Ten teams made it. Just two Big East squads: Yale and Iona received votes CBS Sports’ 10 college hoops coaches on the rise: Robert Morris’ Andy Toole (a CBA grad) included. Iona’s Tim Cluess too.
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Iona Morris, Actress: Hadashi no Gen. Iona Morris was born on May 23, 1957 in Columbus, Ohio, USA as Iona Marie Morris. She is known for her work on Hadashi no Gen ...
Iona Morris; Born (1957-05-23) May 23, 1957 (age 58) Columbus, Ohio: Other names: Jonia Morris: Occupation: Actress, voice actress: Years active: 1966–present
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Iona Morris was born on May 23, 1957 in Columbus, Ohio, USA as Iona Marie Morris. She is known for her work on Hadashi no Gen (1983), Robotech: The ...