A common criticism of college basketball is calling the 35-second shot clock an unnecessary amount of time for an offensive possession. Well, lovers of offense, your gripes have been heard. According to the NCAA, five seconds have been eliminated from the allowed time, dropping the shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds. Plus, teams are now allowed four timeouts per half, rather than...
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