RYAN HARROW RUMORS & GOSSIP
Georgia State guard Ryan Harrow missed an off-balance jumper in the lane with five seconds left in overtime and the University of Louisiana-Lafayette held on for an 82-81 victory in the championship game of the Sun Belt Tournament on Sunday afternoon at UNO's Lakefront Arena. The victory sends the Ragin' Cajuns (23-12) to the NCAA Tournament.
It was an improbable victory...
This week, we are profiling five players currently under the national radar who could become breakout stars of the NCAA tournament. Other profiles include:
Grant Gibbs, Creighton
Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin
Zach LaVine, UCLA
Last March, Cinderella came to the ball in the form of Florida Gulf Coast. The Eagles made history by becoming the first 15 seed to make the Sweet Sixteen. After...
Ryan Harrow had 17 points and reached 1,000 career points Monday night as Georgia State bounced back from its only conference loss to beat Texas State 68-41.
Manny Atkins added 15 points to come within seven points of the same career milestone for the Panthers (18-7, 11-1 Sun Belt Conference).
Georgia State responded from its 85-81 loss to Troy on Saturday with a season-low for...
Via AP on Fox
February 17, 2014
Former N.C. State/Kentucky point guard Ryan Harrow has been granted a waiver by the NCAA. Harrow decided to transfer to his 3rd school in 4 years after one lone season in Lexington. Harrow’s transfer is a result of his father suffering a stroke last season, and wanting to be closer to him. Under normal circumstances, any player that transfers to another program must sit out the...
Ryan Harrow came out of Marietta, Georgia as the consensus No. 22 recruit in the nation, sandwiched between Jalen Kendrick and Ray McCallum. While McCallum has gone on to star for his father at Detroit, Harrow and Kendrick have taken similar paths.
Kendrick began his career at Memphis, but never played a game after being kicked off the team. His next stop was Ole Miss, after...
Kentucky lost yet another must-win game to be guaranteed a bid to go dancing in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. After UK was blown out by Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament, March Madness turned into sadness for the the Big Blue Nation — but yesterday’s game seemed to have affected more than just the Cats fans.
Ryan Harrow, who was 2-of-15 shooting for the game, blamed himself...
Not too long ago Kentucky was on top of the college basketball kingdom, riding the unibrow. Anthony Davis and company had just won the program’s first national championship since 1998 and there was a feeling of invincibility around Kentucky basketball. Then, John Calipari saw the vast bulk of his talent bolt for the NBA draft.
No problem, though.
John Calipari has built a legacy...
Ryan Harrow is learning what it takes to play point guard at Kentucky.
The sophomore transfer is being asked to lead - which means being more vocal and more aggressive.
Harrow started the season opener against Maryland before missing four games due to an illness and because of a family matter. He lost weight during the absences and feel out of the Wildcats' rotation.
Via AP on Fox
December 20, 2012
Kentucky guard Ryan Harrow returned from a weekend absence to practice with the No. 8 Wildcats on Sunday.
Harrow left the team with his mother on Wednesday to tend to a family matter in Georgia. He missed games against Morehead State and LIU-Brooklyn after having sat out the previous two games with an undisclosed illness that coach John Calipari said had caused the sophomore point...
Via AP on Fox
November 25, 2012
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We’re not experts on putting college basketball names with faces, so we’ll let Kentucky fans be the ones freaking out on ESPN over this graphic during last night’s game against Duke (won by Duke, 75-68). That’s not Ryan Harrow, the transfer from NC State. Harrow is much blacker than this cat.
This is Ryan Harrow. Nice effort, ESPN intern.
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