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Saturday, November 27, 2004

Ladies and Gentlemen

Clark Kellog (!) writes about college basketball for Yahoo Sports. But his "Elite Eleven" make little sense. What do Sean Banks (Memphis), Taylor Coppenrath (Vermont), Ian Crosswhite (Oregon), "Jed" Dudley (Boston College), Nick Fazekas (Nevada), Winsome Frazier (Mississippi State), Glen McGowan (Pepperdine), Adam Morrison (Gonzaga), Timmy Smith (East Tennessee State), Chris Taft (Pittsburgh), and Charlie Villanueva (Connecticut) have in common?

Each is "instrumental in their teams' success."

As are dozens of other players, including Ryan Gomes (Providence), Ilian Evtimov (North Carolina State), Ronnie Brewer (Arkansas), Malik Hairston (Oregon) and Lawrence Roberts (Mississippi State). Just to name a few.

Kellog's list is no more than an abitrary assortment of eleven players from around the country.