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Brandon Austin Shuffles Visits, Georgetown Up Next | ZagsBlog.com
Providence is no longer involved in his recruitment and Austin will now visit Georgetown on Saturday, his AAU coach, Lonnie Lowry, told SNY.tv.
With in-home visits underway, Meeks enjoying the process | Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis
While he hasn’t trimmed his list of schools officially, Meeks is hosting five schools on in-home visits. Georgetown got the first crack on Sunday as the NCAA’s recruiting period got underway. North Carolina State will be in to visit with Meeks and his family today.
Top recruit Trey Lyles attracts some of college basketball's best for workout | Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
Butler basketball coach Brad Stevens had a front row seat. To his right, Duke assistant coach Steve Wojciechowski. Stanford assistant Mark Madsen and Georgetown assistant Kenya Hunter were further down to the left.
More links and RG3 in the Superdome after The Jump:
3-point shot: Time for Calhoun to decide - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
No one is quite sure what he’s going to do for this season. The indecision needs to stop. The players and staff deserve to know this close to the start of practice if he’s going to coach.
Kyle Casey set to leave Harvard in wake of cheating scandal - NCAA Basketball - SI.com
Harvard senior co-captain Kyle Casey plans to withdraw from school and is likely to miss the entire 2012-13 season after being implicated in a widespread academic cheating scandal.
Syracuse basketball season tickets on sale for team's final Big East campaign | syracuse.com
Signature games inside the Carrier Dome this season will include Georgetown on Feb. 23 at 4 p.m.
Georgetown Hoyas don't have a confidence problem -- men's college basketball - ESPN
They won't be picked ahead of Louisville, Syracuse, Cincinnati, Pitt or maybe even Notre Dame or South Florida, but they expect to compete for a Big East title -- now and in the future