Get Your College Basketball Twitter On!

Matt Jonesalmost 11 years


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hayes' Tonight is the beginning of college basketball season. You may not know that, as collectively the college basketball world has the worst Grand Opening of any sports organization, college or professional. Still the games begin tonight on ESPNU and to get us ready, our favorite national sports blog, The Big Lead has a mini college basketball preview. They pick a Final Four and an All-American team, while also giving us the 35 Twitter accounts that college basketball fans should follow. It is actually a great list, with virtually all of the best writers on the sport in one place (while also adding Pete Thamel and Pat Forde for good measure). The dominance of UK basketball is shown in the inclusion of not only John Clay, but Kentucky Sports Radio as well, something we consider to be quite an honor. If you are new to Twitter, or simply dont follow a lot of people, click on The Big Lead's article and add the people it name below at the links it provides. It will get you started on Twitter and college basketball will become addicted. The Big Lead's Thirty-Five Percy Allen, Washington Huskies/Pac 10 Jeff Borzello, Busting the Bracket Rick Bozich, Louisville/Big East John Clay, Kentucky/SEC Rob Dauster, Ballin’ is a Habit Seth Davis, CBS/Sports Illustrated Mike DeCourcy, The Sporting News Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech shooting guard Kim English, Missouri scoring machine John Ezekowitz, Harvard Sports Analysis Collective Fran Fraschilla, ESPN Pat Forde, ESPN John Gasaway, Basketball Prospectus Andy Glockner, Sports Illustrated Jeff Goodman, Fox Sports Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune/Big Ten Matt Jones, Kentucky Sports Radio Andy Katz, ESPN Jason King, Yahoo Sports Joe Lunardi, ESPN Dana O’Neil, ESPN Matt Norlander, College Hoops Journal Jerry Palm, College RPI Gary Parrish, CBS Sports Ken Pomeroy, Brendan Prunty, Rutgers/Seton Hall/Big East Rush the Court Dave Telep, ESPN, recruiting Kyle Tucker, Virginia Tech/ACC Sports Pete Thamel, New York Times Dick Vitale, ESPN Dick “Hoops” Weiss, Big East Luke Winn, Sports Illustrated Dan Wolken, Memphis/Conference USA Jim Young, ACC Sports

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