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Old 12-25-2013, 11:04 PM   #10
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Default Re: One and done has killed college basketball

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Originally Posted by Cockhornleghorn View Post
They need to go back to letting them turn pro out of high school. If they go to college they need to stay for at least 3 years.
This is perfect.

I'm still a big believer that scheme and coach can and will continue to be a big factor as well (i.e. Butler, VCU, etc...) but overall, the powerhouse schools will continue to dominate because most of those top recruits could give a shit about a college edumacation.

Karma bites them in the ass, though, when most of them turn out to be flops after their one year in college anyway.

Those top kids that go to UNC & Duke typically stay a few years, don't they?
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