Sunday, January 21, 2007

Last Week at Good News In College Sports

If you didn't visit my other blog, Good News In College Sports, last week, you missed:

o North Carolina basketball player Reyshawn Terry dialing his individual game down a notch to help make his team better.

o Maryland basketball player Ekene Ibekwe enjoying success both on the court and in the classroom, having the opportunity to play in the FIBA World Championships last summer while also earning academic honors.

o Hasheem Thabeet, a freshman center for the University of Connecticut, who is one of the best shot-blockers in the nation only two years removed from living in Tanzania.

o Middle Tennessee's women's basketball coach Rick Insell, who is in his first year in Murfreesboro after an outstanding 28-year career in high school and buidling unprecedented excitement in the community.

o The shot that Northwestern State made to knock off Iowa in last year's NCAA men's basketball tournament still looms large on the campus in Natchichoses, Louisiana.

0 Rashad Jones-Jennings rebounding from being rejected as a walk-on basketball player at East Tennessee State to lead all D1 rebounders in the nation at Arkansas-Little Rock.

Check out the blog because there's always Good News In College Sports.


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