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Thursday, February 10, 2005

forget the miracle on ice

-- More problems at Michigan State. Despite a sellout against Ohio State, more than a few "Izzone" seats went empty. (Need context? You'll find it here).

-- Victoria Sun of the Cincinnati (OH) Post credits Kentucky's success to the Wildcats' knowing their roles. And to Randolph Morris' newfound gametime intensity. I credit Tubby Smith.

-- Following Louisville's loss to Memphis, Rick Pitino told the media he didn't think his players were "worthy of speaking to you." Lacking material, Adam Pruiett of the Hardin County (KY) News-Enterprise still writes a relevant column about the game.

-- Ahead of Cincinnati-Xavier, Bill Koch of the Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer asks if you believe in miracles. He then retells the story of 1980's miracle on hardwood.