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Kansas Snags Local Forward

Well, Lou Wilson told me so. The Riverdale Baptist coach told me how good Thomas Robinson was and now that the senior forward has transferred to a New England prep school, apparently others think that Robinson is pretty good too. Robinson committed to play for Kansas, choosing the Jayhawks over Memphis.

By Josh Barr  | October 14, 2008; 9:29 AM ET
Categories:  Basketball  
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I am glad that Thomas Robinson chose Kansas - and did not even consider Maryland

Posted by: Gary | October 14, 2008 1:19 PM | Report abuse

Rock Chalk one up for the Jayhawk Nation!
KU '71 Graduate and native Washingtonian.

Posted by: Clarence S Haynes | October 14, 2008 5:12 PM | Report abuse

Gary your negativism reflects on you NOT the Terps. Good for KU period.

Posted by: Jamie | October 14, 2008 7:56 PM | Report abuse

Maryland and Gary Williams - get crushed on the recruiting trail - again:

City College forward C.J. Fair committed to Syracuse yesterday, according to Baltimore Stars official Troy Franklin.
Fair, a 6’7 junior, is rated the No. 45 player in the 2010 class by Rivals.com.

10 % graduation rate for Maryland Basketball - nice job, Gary Williams (he said with a heavy dose of sarcasm !)

I can't believe that Debbie Yow, has not fired Gary Williams.

There is no way, that a parent should ever send their son to the University of Maryland to play basketball.

Maryland will finish with a 15-16 record and 4-12 in the ACC.

No NCAA bid

No NIT bid

I am glad that Maryland football, is no longer recruiting Tavon Austin.

Go Tar Heels !

Posted by: Gary | October 19, 2008 1:05 PM | Report abuse

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