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The Layup Line The best styles in college hoops

Posted on: January 12, 2011 8:31 am
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Posted by Matt Norlander

Hey, Florida, get with the program. // In completely different news, is anyone else nearly as passionate about font choice as me and these guys? // Still beaming over this. // By the way, that photo is legendary Kentucky coach Adolph Rupp doing his thing back in the '50s. We have it courtesy of the time-wasting, spectacular Twitter feed that is the Sports Illustrated Vault's ...

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• Some great perspective on UK's Terrence Jones here. 

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• Despite being nearly 3,000 miles from it all, I'm still unsettled by the Arizona massacre, but stories like this strangely help.

• Percy Allen, as expected, has done good work up in Seattle with all this Washington drama as of late.

• Writer Diamond Leung has found his stroke this season.

• One blogger picked up on a lost tidbit: Jim Boeheim predicted the UConn women's first loss all the way back in October.

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• We don't have to wait until February for this: a love letter to Oakland's Keith Benson.

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• Yep, #alltheTostitos now has a website.

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Since: Sep 22, 2006
Posted on: January 12, 2011 1:48 pm
 

The Layup Line The best styles in college hoops

The John Locke of Hoops Writers?  Does he mean boring old guy, hopefully dead, or is he being more historical and simply referring to you as the guy who takes ideas other people not only expressed ages ago but put into practice about five years before you got around to writing them down?  Cool


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