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Lunchtime Links 3/25

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I apologize for the lack of content, but it has been a  busy last couple of days for the BSD crew. We have some good things coming up for you concerning both Spring football and postseason basketball analysis, so make sure to stop by and check it out.

Is Virginia that attractive a job?

Interesting article on Blake Griffin from Andy Katz (James Johnson mention too).

Bill Brill has some harsh words for Dino Gaudio.

Where is Seth Curry going to go after he announced he is transferring?

Alabama is going to talk to Anthony Grant of VCU.

Mocking the Draft says that the Bears are now looking at Alphonso Smith.

The ACC Tournament, which was basically empty, was obviously hurt by the recession (and by high ticket prices for bad seats in the upper deck).

We get Dan Collins' first spring football report of the year.

MyFox8 has a neat article and video on Aaron Curry.

Due to the economy, the stadium for the WInston-Salem Dash is not completed, so they are renting Ernie Shore Field from Wake Forest.

ESPN Wake homer Andy Katz looks into what went wrong.  There seem to be a lot of questions up in the air and not a lot of answers as of now.

Seth Davis also tries to explain what happened to his Final Four pick and has a note for Jeff Teague.

The Plain Dealer has another nice article on AC.

ESPN's Heather Dinich was at Wake's first practice and was first to report the injury to Brandon Ghee.  Definitely not a good way to start the season.

Ari Stewart was selected for the US Roster for the Charm City Challenge, which takes place on April 5th in Towson, Maryland.

CJ Harris was selected for the US Roster for the Capital Classic, which takes place at American University in D.C. on April 9th.