1. Recruiting update No. 1: Gophers 2014 target Kobie Eubanks is currently on an official visit at Baylor -- he was in attendance for the Bears' win over Iowa State last night, according to Adam Zagoria. The 6-5 shooting guard from New York (Our Savior New American) visited Pittsburgh on Sunday and Monday and tweeted "I had a Good time on my Visit at Pitt. I met some Good people. The Pete and. Da Zoo were Jumping.... # ACC #Panther Nation!!!" Other than the Gophers, Missouri and Wichita State are involved.
2. Recruiting update No. 2: According to Rivals' Ryan James, the Gophers have staff watching the national prep school championships in Connecticut, which were yesterday and today.
3. Recruiting update No. 3: Gophers 2015 target, Elijah Thomas (6-9 power forward from Texas) will attend the Louisville- SMU game tonight according to multiple reports. Both schools are on the long list of programs that have offered.
4. Recruiting update No. 4: De La Salle guard Sacar Anim (2015) finished with 11 points in a win over Spring Lake Park; guard Jarvis Johnson finished with 10 points in that game. Via D1 Circuit.
"#Michigan won its first outright #B1G title since 1986. That year, Glenn Robinson III's dad was just 13 years old." -- @BTNStatsGuys
"Rick Pitino on Richard Pitino: "I'm so damn proud of that young man." -- @jeffgreer_cj
"#B1GMBBall road teams have posted a 41-56 record during conference play, a winning % of 42.3 & 5 teams boast at least 4 road wins." -- @BIGMBBall
*New bracket from CBS Sports' Jerry Palm: Gophers are still in the first four out.
*Tonight's Nebraska- Indiana game (in Indiana) has big bubble implications. From BT Powerhouse.
Marcus Fuller joined the Star Tribune in 2016 after 11 years covering Gophers sports – and just about every other team and league in town -- for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Before making the Twin Cities his home, Marcus spent two years in The Kansas City Star sports department. Marcus grew up in Hawaii and is a 2002 graduate of San Jose State. Follow Fuller on Twitter @Marcus_R_Fuller.
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