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It’s our pre-pre NBA draft edition of the ballcast, and in getting ready for next week, I’m solo today, so prepare accordingly.
Today, who’s draft stock is rising at the right time, Sean Woods stands by last year’s “Gonzaga of the South” comment, and why no matter how much I love college basketball, the two areas where it can’t stand up to hockey.
Steve Prohm‘s Murray State basketball camp is underway this week, and it got off to a good start for the kids on Monday.
A tradition at the camp is an assistant coach attempts a 3/4 court shot for free ice …
It’s spring, which means some spring cleaning at OVC Ball. As we work our way though the spring / summer, we’re working on cleaning out our photo archives.
Coty Blanchard‘s career as a Jacksonville State Gamecock has ended. According to the Anniston Star, Blanchard has signed with the Tampa Bay Rays, and will not return to school.
The Jacksonville Jaguars wrapped up their final practice of the offseason yesterday. But former Murray State player didn’t work out with the team, after being released before practice began. The Jaguars announced yesterday they released defensive end Austen Lane.
While the OVC was spared any punishments in both men’s basketball and football under the latest round of Academic Progress Rate, or APR numbers, one coach’s former school wasn’t as lucky.
Mississippi Valley State men’s basketball potentially faces a multi-year postseason ban, as well as a reduction scholarship this year, for years while mostly under current Morehead State head coach Sean Woods.
[Update 6/14] McCree has landed at Louisiana Tech. According to the Orlando Sentinel, McCree says he fits in better in their system than he did at Murray State. He will sit out a season due to NCAA Transfer rules.
After a tumultuous year, a few changes are in store in Murray. According to WPSD Local 6, freshman Erik McCree has decided to transfer from Murray State.
1986-87 is an interesting year in Murray State history: It’s the last time a Racers men’s basketball squad finished under .500, and it’s the last time the Racers finished worst than fourth in the OVC. Since then, the Racers have has an incredible level of success in the Ohio Valley Conference.
25 years from now, when people are looking back through the OVC record book, most people probably won’t think much of the Racers 21-10 campaign this past year. Another solid year, top-4 OVC performance.