Basketball Wakeup Call: Vitale gets court honors
Posted on: December 6, 2011 9:09 am
By Matt Norlander
This got a lot of run on the 'Net Monday: the 45 Most Powerful Images of 2011. Just some absolute all-timers in there. // Yesterday had to be the biggest day in space news in ever. First, there was the planet with possible life on it. // We've got NASA Voyager up and out of this piece we call our Solar System. // The really happy news: astronomers have found black holes the size of 10 billion suns. There's only one way for this party to end, folks. // I hate that lists start so early in December (can't we wait until the 20th or so?), but here are/were the top stories on Twitter, Yahoo and Bing ...
★ How great was it that Dickie V got the floor named in his honor at Detroit last night? Good for him.
★ Utah's dumpster fire of a season continues.
★ The third accuser in the Bernie Fine case has fessed up to molesting a young himself.
★ The 10 sophomores a certain high-profile CBS TV analyst thinks you need to be watching for from here through March.
★ If you missed us linking to it yesterday, the gallery of every Sports Illustrated Sportsman or Sportswoman of the Year.
★ Looking at UNC-UK from a scout's perspective. Jonathon Givony does good work here.
★ I absolutely refuse to click on the video linked in this blog post, but I do wonder if Weber State's in for a lot of trouble in the next few weeks.
★ Love the hoops doubleheader. It's really no big deal for those kids -- they played three games in one day on the regular during AAU tournaments.
★ It's already starting to feel like a lost year for Utah State, yes?
★ The details of Chauncey Hardy's death overseas just seem like such a waste. A trial is now pending, since the investigation has been completed.
★ A different kind of Christmas tree.
★ Valpo has certainly become one of the good-not-great surprises of the season.
★ Now Ben Howland is seeing the light?
► This will get is annual airtime on ESPN tonight. Watch, as usual. Be moved, like you always are. One of the best things about ESPN's programming, undoubtedly.
♬ I could only hold out for a month before giving Jimi a bump. If you're just a casual Hendrix fan, then I just don't get it, but here's a tune you may not have heard before. It's in my top five.