Picking up the pieces: Everything that flew under the radar in college basketball's opening night
2 monthes ago - By Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Way too much happened last night. Heres what you missed. Between 100-and-something games, the Champions Classic, and the Midterm Elections, way too much happened last night. In fact, no matter how invested you are in college basketball or how many games you tuned into, you probably missed something. So on days like this throughout the season, I will do my best to fill you in on what may have flown under the radar. First, the highlights. If you dont know this stuff, go back and catch up, then come back:
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