Reader Ryan Bucher has asked me to include a poll with today's link dump. He wants to know if Purdue fans would take 10 straight Final Fours with no titles, or 1 title followed by 10 straight seasons of not making the tournament. To me, it is an easy decision. I want a title and I want it now. I am tired of having the label of "Best program in college basketball without a championship." it is time for it to end. So, that is today's poll. Now, onto the links:
Indianapolis Colts Offseason: Colts Expected To Sign Ryan Grigson As General Manager - SB Nation Indiana
The former Purdue offensive tackle will be taking over as the new Colts General Manager,
Brandon Paul's 43 Point Game For The Ages Takes Down Ohio State 79-74 - Hail to the Orange
Illinois helps us out, improving our win over them and dealing Ohio State another blow in the Big Ten race.
Delayed Kneejerk Reaction, Bowl Season. Or, The Part Of The Story Where We Heap Praise On Both Michigans - Off Tackle Empire
Delayed Kneejerk Reaction, Bowl Season
2012 BCS and B1G Bowl Projections - Opening Call - Off Tackle Empire
Enough with the 2011 season already. That's been over for minutes. Who'll play for it all in 2012?
Illinois high school boys basketball: Bob Hambric Shootout roundup: Orr earns easy win against East Chicago - chicagotribune.com
A report on LaLumiere with Davis and Simpson.
CELTICS NOTEBOOK: Rookies will probably avoid NBDL - Brockton, MA - The Enterprise
Because of the shortened season, Celtics coach Doc Rivers figures draft picks JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore will say with Boston rather than get some games in for the Maine Red Claws.
Dooling shooting for more success - Boston Celtics Blog - ESPN Boston
The Celtics are still hoping that E`Twaun Moore can provide some point guard help. Of course, that means Doc Rivers would have to play him.
Dienhart: Big Ten Hoops Player Rankings " Big Ten Network
Robbie is rated No. 7 in the big Ten according to BTN.
Which would you choose?
10 straight Final Fours, but no National Championship (264 votes)
A National Championship, followed by 10 straight NCAA-less years. (309 votes)
573 total votes