Found April 22, 2013 on SCACC Hoops:
Shane Larkin's decision to return to Miami or declare for the draft is rapidly approaching but Miami may have already found their first choice to replace him.  Former Kansas State guard, Angel Rodriguez,  has announced his intention to transfer and Miami is said to have a good shot Heard today that UM has good shot with point guard Angel Rodriguez, who is transferring from K-State. Would be a major get. — Jorge Milian (@caneswatch) April 22, 2013 Kansas State's Bruce Weber had this to say on the Rodriguez transfer... “After multiple conversations, Angel feels an obligation to be closer to his family,” Weber said. “His mother is raising his two younger brothers all by herself in San Juan and he just wants to be able to see them more often.” That quote leads you to believe that Rodriguez may be available immediately, although he would have to get a hardship waiver from the NCAA for that to happen. Rodriguez averaged over 11 points and 5 assists per game last season for K-State.    

Rodriguez transfer raises questions at K-State

KANSAS CITY, Mo. Even if it isnt Bruce Webers fault and the debate raged fast and furious across Twitter late Monday night it is his problem. Angel Rodriguez, pretty much the one player that couldnt leave the Kansas State mens basketball program, has um, left the Kansas State mens basketball program. The announcement came Monday during dinner hour in Manhattan, and you could...

Rodriguez to transfer from Kansas State

MANHATTAN, Kan. Sophomore guard Angel Rodriguez has announced his intention to transfer from the Kansas State mens basketball program and requested his release, head coach Bruce Weber announced Monday. "After multiple conversations, Angel feels an obligation to be closer to his family," said Weber. "His mother is raising his two younger brothers all by herself in...

Starting PG Rodriguez transferring from K-State

Kansas State point guard Angel Rodriguez has decided to transfer so that he can be closer to his mother and two younger brothers in Puerto Rico. Rodriguez played through several injuries during his sophomore season, averaging 9.8 points and 4.2 assists in helping the Wildcats win a share of their first conference championship in 36 years. The fourth-seeded Wildcats were upset by...

Angel Rodriguez To Leave Program

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Angel Rodriguez ran the total to three Wildcats who have left the Wildcat program since the end of the year, joining Mike Orris and Adrian Diaz

Shane Larkin throws ceremonial first pitch over catcher's head (Video)

Miami Hurricanes guard Shane Larkin threw the ceremonial first pitch before Saturday's NCAA baseball game at Coral Gables between Miami and Clemson. Shane is the son of Barry Larkin, Baseball Hall of Famer, but chose basketball over baseball. Based on this video showing Shane throwing the ceremonial first pitch over the catcher's head and into the backstop, we'd...

Rodriguez transferring from K-State

The final image that Kansas State fans will have of Angel Rodriguez in a Wildcat uniform will be an air ball at the buzzer in an NCAA tournament game against La Salle that could have prevented a massive upset loss. The Wildcats' starting point guard said Monday that he wants to transfer closer to his mother and two younger brothers, who still live in his native Puerto Rico....

Should he stay or should he go: Shane Larkin

The choice to enter the draft or stay at school can be easy or hard. For some guys, they are just looking to jump ship and join the NBA. For others, the decision can take weeks. Miami Hurricanes point guard Shane Larkin is trying to make the choice, but his time is running out. To me, the answer is obvious. via Associated Press The U had a great season no doubt, but this year...

Video: Miami basketball star Shane Larkin throws awful first pitch at Miami baseball game

Tweet We’ve gotten pretty accustomed to seeing non-baseball players throwing atrocious first pitches at baseball games. In fairness, they aren’t going to college or getting paid to play baseball, so it’s weird that we would expect that of them. However, University of Miami basketball star Shane Larkin has a little less of an excuse for [...]

Shane Larkin throws out first pitch, torn on upcoming decision

Basketball is probably the right sport for Shane Larkin.  Of course, my scouting report comes off of video of an opening pitch that Larkin threw at a Miami baseball game.  That should be good enough, right?  The pitch was just a bit high. The Miami point guard is still weighing his options on whether or not to declare for the NBA draft.  Jorge Milian of the Palm Beach Post...

Will's World: Larkin's Best Choice Would Be To Go Pro

With the deadline to declare for the NBA draft just days away, one of the names that is currently undeclared is Miami's Shane Larkin. The sophomore had a season that led him to a spot on the All-ACC first team, and made him a contender for ACC Player of the Year. Larkin averaged 14.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists, and 2.0 steals per game. Larkin also shot 47% from the field...

Video: Shane Larkin airmails first pitch at Miami baseball game

University of Miami point guard Shane Larkin comes from a rather athletic family. His dad, Barry, starred for the Cincinnati Reds and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame last year after a terrific MLB career.Naturally, the youngest Larkin has been given some of his dad's good genes, but those genes haven't exactly led to the excellence you might be thinking...

Looking at the Class of 2013 ACC Commitments

Outside of 2 players decisions, the ACC's landscape seems to be pretty much set.  Shane Larkin still has about a week to decide whether or not to declare for the draft.  Andrew Wiggins still could end up in Chapel Hill, Tallahassee, or somewhere outside of the ACC.  With the recent high school All-America games taking place, it seems like a good time to take a look at the...
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