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College hoops rules changes deserve optimism

Thursday afternoon, the NCAA announced its Men's Basketball Rules Committee had come out of three days of meetings in Indianapolis with a few recommendations. Tweaks, really. The only potentially revolutionary rule change under consideration this offseason — and we're all for revolutionary rules changes here -- was the possibility of a new, shorter shot clock. The NCAA left it be. It chose to tinker instead. (ESPN.com)


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