|The leaders of the Big East ring in the Tuesday bell at the NYSE. (Big East)|
By Matt Norlander and Jeff Borzello
★ Parrish's Knucklehead Rule wins again. Jelan Kendrick is suspended for the SEC tournament.
★ Virginia freshman guard Malcolm Brogdon is out for the rest of the season with a broken bone in his foot.
★ Duke announced forward Ryan Kelly would miss the ACC tournament after suffering a right foot sprain.
★ The much-anticipated annual Glue Guy Team from Seth Davis.
★ This high school buzzer-beater video of Bullitt East High School in Kentucky has EVERYTHING. I've watched it five times.
★ We will see this debate more this season, with several favorites bowing out early. But do we really need conference tournaments?
★ Damn. That's a good job, Andy Katz. Checking in with one of the surviving members of Harvard's 1946 NCAA tournament team.
★ And Jeff Eisenberg got the Western Kentucky coach on the horn Tuesday night after the team amazingly earned its auto bid.
★ According to reports, the Pac-12 is likely moving its conference tournament to Las Vegas next season. The Mountain West, WCC and WAC are already there.
★ Want to know how your school can improve its APR? Here are a few ideas.
★ In case you missed it, the NCAA will reveal its official 1-68 S-Curve after the selections are announced.
★ USA Basketball announced the 10 players that will represent it in the Nike Hoop Summit.
★ The NCAA is still deciding between four venues for the next year’s East Regional.
★ Villanova, Purdue, Alabama and Oregon State will headline next season's 2K Sports Classic in New York City.
★ CBE Classic announced its four host schools for next season would be Kansas, Saint Louis, Texas A&M and Washington State. Those four will meet Nov. 19-20 in Kansas City.
★ West Virginia vs. Michigan will headline the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival at Barclays Center next December.
► Didn't you hear? Naters gonna Nate, so Wolters and the Jackrabbits are in the NCAAs. Here's how he does.
♬ I'll be listening to this on my way subway ride over to Madison Square Garden this morning.