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June 2, 2011 at 4:17 PM

Report: Martin Breunig visits South Florida

According to the St. Petersburg Times, former Maryland signee Martin Breunig is visiting South Florida today.
The 6-foot-8 German is also considering Washington, but it looks as if UCLA may work itself into the picture.
The Huskies have two scholarships available and would like to add a big man to the roster.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— It’s a little old, but Rivals.com writes about four non-conference series that need to be rekindled. As you might expect, Washington-Gonzaga is included on the list. Let’s hope they avoid the precedent set by Ohio State and Cincinnati. They’re separated by a two-hour drive, but the tradition-rich basketball programs have only played once in the past 49 years.
— Speaking at the Black Coaches and Administrators convention, NCAA President Mark Emmert acknowledged money and greed created the recent NCAA scandals.
According to the St. Petersburg Times, Emmert said: “When there is opportunity for wealth, people occasionally do stupid things, sometimes just plain wicked things. … We have to make sure we have our incentives and our values lined up right and we have to remind ourselves of those values all the time.”
— The SEC is going to scrap divisions and form a 12-league conference.
— At the Big 12 meetings, school presidents and conference commissioner Dan Beebe discussing raising the value of an athletic scholarship.

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