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Welcome back to the Trentonian's Full-Court Press blog. Yes, we're still alive, and with the 2015-16 season rapidly approaching, it's time to fire up the old blog for another season. Check back here throughout the year for updates on all things Rider and Princeton, including coverage of both the MAAC and Ivy League. Feel free to drop me a line on twitter @kj_franko ( or email

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Midnight Madness roundup

Before the last Northeast Corridor train of the night arrives at Penn Station, here's a short and sweet wrapup of some of the day's action.

Later today, the real fun (and work) will start, when teams hit the floor for their first real practices. Rider is among the teams with an especially short turnaround. The Broncs will be on the floor at 9 a.m. for a workout that figures to be a whole lot more physically challenging than Midnight MAACness.

Here's the roundup, starting in Lawrenceville:

Mike Ringgol and Justin Robinson are eager to turn the page after a 17-16 season.

Up Route 1 in Piscataway, the Mike Rice era is under way.

Andy Santillo writes that Clarence Jackson and Co. couldn't wait to get things started in their first season under Mitch Buonaguro.

There's not a better area to be in than Raleigh-Durham, where there's basketball everywhere you look.

Business as usual at UConn, except for one notable absentee at the Huskies' First Night festivities.

Butler players are looking for something pretty special -- an improvement from the way things went last year.

Seth Davis has 10 burning questions as practice begins.


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