College hoops rules changes deserve optimism
Sunday, May 12, 2013
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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