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Comment 5 hours ago

Possibly but I can recall the days not so long ago when Kentucky was mediocre.  Calipari was never so successful at previous stops until he started using the one-a-done rule at UK to craft his 'gimme one semester' of phys ed classes schtick to the 5 stars. 

The pool of good to very good players is greater than the elites that will bypass college for some type of pro contract will help create parity across more schools and conferences, IMHO.       

Comment 15 hours ago

No conference will benefit more than the B1G once the one-and-done rule goes away.  That will take the ability for the basketball blue bloods from mixing quality 4 star upperclassmen with the high school elites and making a run at perennial Final Fours.  Granted schools can get there without using the Duke or Kentucky model (I see you Villanova and Loyola).  However, once the elite players go straight to the pros, all schools will need to develop players and build championship winning teams over multiple recruiting cycles.  Seedlings and matchups have a lot to do with rankings, that have a lot to do with this topic.

Comment 19 Mar 2019

Working the frets at around the two minute mark. 

Comment 09 Mar 2019

Was clear from the PSU dual that the system (not the players) is what separates the Buckeyes with the Lions.  The conditioning and leveraging techniques between the two are worlds apart.  Until that is changed, the Buckeyes are going to be looking up the podium for the foreseeable future.

With that said, I hope some of the individuals make their marks this weekend.