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The Daily Feed: March 25, 2012

<em>HBC:  First spring scrimmage</em>
HBC: First spring scrimmage

TDF - Gonna rock it up, roll it up, do it all, have a ball.

The Search

Wichita Eagle: Bob Lutz shares his feelings about Frank Martin and South Carolina on his blog.

Kansas City Star: Frank Martin talks about South Carolina, Jamar Samuels on CBS. Whatever Coach Martin may have said, the most important thing he didn't say was "no."

Topeka Capital-Journal: Austin Meek: Cats, Frank must clear the air.

Post & Courier: Marshall to remain at Wichita State.

Gamecock Women's Hoops

Gamecocksonline: Gamecock Run Ends in Sweet 16. Congrats to Dawn Staley, her staff and most especially all of the Gamecock seniors, particularly La'Keisha Sutton and Markeshia Grant who put the team on their backs most of the season.

Gamecock Central: USC ends season in Sweet 16. Nothing to be ashamed about here.

San Jose Mercury-News: Stanford women rout South Carolina to reach Elite Eight. The view from Northern Cali.

Rock Hill Herald: Top-seeded Stanford women beat S Carolina 76-60. The main A.P. story.

Gamecock Baseball

Anderson Independent-Mail: USC drops series to Gators, falls to 1-5 in SEC. All we can do is tip our hat to the Gators and concentrate on working our way out of the cellar.

Post & Courier: Gators nip USC to capture series.

Ron Morris: Series reveals where to fix gaps.

Gene Sapakoff: Road show offers more USC tests .

Gamecock Football

Gamecocksonline: Gamecocks Hold First Scrimmage on Saturday. Some can't-miss video interviews with Coach Spurrier, Coach Ward and K.J. Brent, along with a photo gallery.

Post & Courier: Gamecocks' search for the next Alshon under way.

Sportstalkgolive: USC holds first major scrimmage of spring (AUDIO).

Sporting News: Spurrier looks to spring to sort out offense.

Loose Feed With Michigan and Ohio State leading way, Big Ten may be on its way back.

NBC Sports: Ben Kercheval posts Texas A&M AD on Big 12: ‘I regret that it is coming to an end.’

Kansas City Star: NCAA president would like to be done with one-and-done rule. I absolutely agree. Outside of UK no one in the SEC has to worry too much about one-and-done players, but the practice hurts college hoops overall, which ultimately hurts the NBA. The NCAA and NBA should collaborate to adopt a rule similar to college baseball, where after high school a player can elect to go pro or college - but if he goes the collegiate route, he stays for three years before he can declare for the draft. It will build greater fan interest at all levels of basketball, and promote more parity (by preventing top programs like UK, UNC, Syracuse, etc., from opening up their doors every year to the next gaggle of one-and-done guys).