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Weber on verge of making K-State history


The K-State coach is about to catch Lon Kruger and set a new, winning mark.

Can Larry Brown change the culture at SMU?


Can Larry Brown change the culture at SMU? Read further to find out.

Bruin Bites: Reggie Carter's New Gig, UCLA's Scientific Advances, Cantlay Interview, Ball's New Deal


Bruins Nation gets the week started with the Monday morning edition of the Bruin Bites round-up of bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse.

No Accountability at UCLA: How Chianti Dan's Failed Leadership Compares to College Basketball's Elites


On the eve of the NCAA tournament's title game, Bruins Nation starts the week off with a in-depth comparison of UCLA's basketball fortunes with that of the other elite programs of college...


Look Back: 1980 Bruin Basketball Tournament Run

Wonderful flashback recounting fond memories of UCLA's NCAA tourney run - the national championship finals - in 1980.

Larry Brown Disses Isiah Thomas: 'I Wouldn't Consider Him A Friend'


Larry Brown Disses Isiah Thomas: 'I Wouldn't Consider Him A Friend'

Why "The Dukes of Hazzard" is the Greatest Movie Ever Made


The 2005 film adaptation of "The Dukes of Hazzard" starring Seann William Scott, Johnny Knoxville, Jessica Simpson, Willie Nelson, and Burt Reynolds is the greatest movie ever made. No, seriously.

The end (and inspiration) of Free Darko


Via TrueHoop, the blog Free Darko is ending it's run. Here's the post that inspired it all. May 18, 2004 - ""Larry! Get the f#ck off me! Let me live! You got Tayshaun Prince out there like you think he's Bernard King. Don't let the mop top fool you, that's just something I do for the lovely Svetlana's in the Auburn Hills (hey, boo!). I will shoot at these actors like movie directors. AND THIS AIN'T A MOVIE, DOG! Free T.I. in 2004 and Free Darko right now!"

*GASP* Larry Brown wanted AI in Charlotte, MJ didn't

LB: "Before I got fired I went to the NBA coaches' meeting ... a lot of the NBA people, the executives that were there, talked to me about trying to figure out a way to get Allen to finish out his career in our league. He wanted to come with me [Allen Iverson], but Michael [Jordan] didn't think it the right thing to do because we had young guards and he wanted them to develop. I think for him to end his career in Turkey after what he did for our league is tragic."

Larry Brown Looking at a Return to the NCAA


As expected, it didn't take long for rumors of Larry Brown's next job to begin circulating. As the only coach to win both an NCAA and NBA title, word on the street is that Larry Brown is thinking of returning to coach college basketball. Of course, before than, some linked him to the new coaching spot the Pacers recently had. Some have even suggested that, with a potentially shorten season during 2011-2012, that a team may pick him up just for giggles. Which college teams at this point are not known, although there seems to be false rumors linking Brown with Arkansas. Brown is a talented coach, and while many here became very disgruntled with him, we shouldn't forget he's still a good coach, and definitely contributed to Bobcats history. What gets me about the article is how it states that Brown is now willing to move his family where his next coaching job is. Why couldn't he have just moved them to Charlotte this past year, lol?

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