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Tuesday, February 08, 2005

oh antoine

-- More bad news for Purdue. Former Boston Celtic and current Atlanta Hawk Antoine Walker has been paying Nate Minnoy's way at Hales Franciscan. Minnoy had been expected to suit up for the Boilermakers this fall.

-- Randy Petersen of the Des Moines (IA) Register writes a piece on Adam Haluska's potential to pick-up where Pierre Pierce left off. Best of luck to Adam. He may yet save St"Eve" Alford's job.

-- The Associated Press' Aaron Beard writes up North Carolina's seniors...How good would the Tar Heels be if JamesOn Curry was still in Roy Williams' camp?

-- I'm good enough, I'm tough enough and, gosh darn it, people like me. Or so says Cincinnati's Nick Williams as he attempts to move beyond the errant pass that cost the Bearcats last year's cross-town shootout against Xavier. While Lonnie Wheeler, a columnist for the Cincinnati (OH) Post, commends the Bearcats for perpetuating the event. The Musketeers, he writes, are typically the team with the most to benefit from beating their higher-ranked, better-stocked, more-televised rival. And yet despite a few high-profile defeats, Bob Huggins continues to schedule games against Xavier. To his credit.