Unlike Nick Faust and Sterling Gibbs, Martin Breunig has apparently not received his release yet. He has asked for it, however, and I can’t imagine what is holding the process up.
We’ve talked about Dalonte Hill on here twice before, as rumors have flown around about the possibility of Maryland being interested in hiring Kansas State’s stud assistant. Andy Katz is reporting that Mark Turgeon has interviewed Hill, which makes rumors reality. Hill is the highest paid assistant coach in the country, which made this tweet from Rivals’ Rob Cassidy even more interesting.
It’ll be about going home, not money, should Hill decide to join the Terrapin staff. So if it does happen, expect it to happen for less $$$.
Bill Connelly of SB Nation’s Football Study Hall and Paul Myerberg of Pre-Snap Read both recently previewed James Franklin’s Vandy team, if you’re into that sort of thing. They are both excellent blogs that really delve deeply into all things college football (and in the case of Football Study Hall, some really cool statistics). Here’s Connelly’s piece, and here’s Myerberg’s.
Speaking of great posts, Ben Broman over at Testudo Times took a very in-depth look at Maryland basketball’s scholarship situation for both this year and next, and the possible recruiting targets for both. It’s definitely worth a read, although my guess is if you read this blog you read TT as well.
Greivis Vasquez didn’t have nearly as big of a role as he did in the fourth game of the series, but the Grizzlies manhandled the Thunder and forced a Game 7.
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