The Daily Roundup: Wednesday
Doctor: former Arizona coach Lute Olson had stroke: "Lute Olson's doctor said Tuesday that the former Arizona basketball coach had a stroke within the last year and he advised him to retire. The comments by Dr. Steven Knope at a news conference called by Olson's family offer the first explanation for Olson's sudden retirement last week, two days after he appeared at the Wildcats' media day. Olson said at the time he was energized and looking forward to his 25th season with Arizona." Not surprising...I saw him shaking during his ESPN interview last week and thought that something was wrong.
ACC Now looks at UNC, Duke and N.C. State: "J.P. Giglio and Caulton Tudor tackle this week's questions, including Duke's chances against the rest of the Big Four and which bowls are targeting UNC."
Is this Duke's time? : "Many moons have waxed and waned since the last time the Duke football team was truly engaged in any real football discussion this late in the season."
Duke gets chance to play meaningful November games : "November is the most intriguing month of the college-football season for Coach David Cutcliffe of Duke, for reasons that could."
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