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Wednesday News:

Denver head coach Joe Scott has signed a three year contract extension that will keep him with the Pioneers through the 2014-15 season.

Another addition to the highlight reel for Will Venable, who followed up an outfield assist (video) on Monday with a diving grab (video) last night.

The charity auction that John Thompson III and his wife were involved in raised over $39,000 for the Sullivan Center for Breast Health.

One name to add and one name to remove from your recruiting radar - A 6'7" North Carolina forward says Princeton is one of the schools that have made him an offer, while a 6'9" post player from Arizona who had previously listed the Tigers among his suitors verbally committed to Weber State.

Finally, there was a post on TigerBlog on Monday called "Jon Solomon, Media Member?" that I'd be curious to hear your opinions on. While, as I said in that site's comments, I'm not sure how comfortable I am with my name being the focal point for this discussion - I think both this post and the Washington Post article I shared here that inspired it raise some interesting, important issues. I had only hoped that by this point I would have earned a period in the subject line, not a question mark.

Stuart Schulman said,

September 8, 2009 @ 2:21 pm

Warren Spahn was managed by Casey Stengel as a member of both the 1942 Boston Braves and the 1965 New York Mets. At his Hall-of-Fame induction, Spahn remarked that he "played for Casey before and after he was a genius".

Is Joe Scott the AntiStengel? He was a genius at Air Force, he may be a genius at Denver....and then there are those years in the middle. Go figure.

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