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Posted at 10:46 AM ET, 02/ 7/2011

North Carolina's Kendall Marshall with standout effort vs. Florida State

By Eric Prisbell

Some news tidbits and links to check out this Monday morning:

North Carolina's Kendall Marshall with 16 assists against Florida State.

Pittsburgh's Ashton Gibbs could miss up to two weeks with MCL injury, writes Andy Katz.

Kansas Coach Bill Self not planning on Josh Selby (stress reaction) being ready to play Missouri tonight.

More on Larry Drew's inexplicable departure from North Carolina.

Bracketology 101 has Michigan State, Old Dominion out as of today.

Maryland remains in some mock brackets in the Bracket Matrix.

By Eric Prisbell  | February 7, 2011; 10:46 AM ET
 
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Nice incorporation of two former WCAC players who chose not to go to Maryland... Could have also included:

Chris Wright
Austin Freeman
Jason Clark
Tyler Thornton
Jerai Grant
Victor Oladipo
Naji Hibbert
Talib Zanna
Rodney McGruder
Kris Joseph
etc

Posted by: Kev29 | February 7, 2011 12:59 PM | Report abuse

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