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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The college basketball season is officially here.From North Carolinas Late Night With Roy event to Kentuckys Big Blue Madness that drew a packed crowd to Rupp Arena, Friday night featured a busy schedule of Midnight Madness-style events around the country that stand as the ceremonial kickoff to the 2016-17 season.Similar events took place at Michigan State, Arizona, Maryland, Iowa State and Connecticut among other schools.Coming off a loss in the NCAA championship game on a last-second 3-pointer to Villanova, the Tar Heels held their Late Night event featuring the mens and womens basketball teams in front of a crowd of more than 15,000 fans at the Smith Center. Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams drew a standing ovation as he walked onto the court ahead of player introductions for a veteran squad, while the players quickly commenced with a series of skills contests and dancing for fans before capping the night with an intrasquad scrimmage.I think weve had a pretty good structure out there: guys knew where to go, Tar Heels junior Theo Pinson said. It was good playing in front of a crowd, to get used to it for the freshmen and us getting the feel of it again. It was fun.In Lexington, Kentucky, the Wildcats stepped out on the blue carpet to offer the first look at John Caliparis latest heralded freshman class. The school also unveiled a new scoreboard above center court and a newly designed playing court, part of renovations at Rupp Arena for its 40th anniversary.Actors Steve Zahn and Josh Hopkins, along with former Kentucky standouts and NBA first-round draft picks John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins were also in attendance. Renowned boxing announcer Michael Buffer introduced the players with some of the newcomers displaying dance moves to the delight of those in attendance.Wow, Calipari said. You people are crazy. Look at this place. Only you, only here.The Midnight Madness tradition was based on teams holding open practices at the earliest opportunity on the first day the NCAA permitted teams to open practice. Rule changes in 2013 gave teams more flexibility on when they would start their practices, which also scattered the Midnight Madness type events -- many now being held in more family-friendly evening hours -- across the calendar.Kansas was the first of the marquee programs to hold its event on Oct. 1, while others -- including Duke, Syracuse, Indiana and Virginia -- are scheduled to hold public scrimmages or similar events next weekend.---Heres a look at some of the Midnight Madness events Friday night:UNC: Senior Isaiah Hicks scored 13 points according to unofficial statistics to lead Blue past White 40-37, though the Tar Heels needed a 1-minute overtime after the 20-minute scrimmage to decide it.KENTUCKY: Buffer played off his trademark phrase by announcing Lets get ready for roundball! ahead the Wildcats 10-minute scrimmage matching the newcomers against the veterans. Bam Adebayo had 14 points on seven dunks to help the freshmen win 25-21.UCONN: The Huskies drew about 8,000 fans to Gampel Pavilion in Storrs to catch First Night with the mens and national championship womens teams, which evenly divided both teams players for the 20-minute scrimmage featuring alternating 5-minute segments for mens and womens play.ARIZONA: Five-star freshman guard Rawle Alkins had quite a moment en route to winning the teams dunk contest, plucking the ball from coach Sean Miller as he leaped over his back and then threw it down in one motion.IOWA STATE: Senior Deonte Burton won the teams dunk contest, junior college transfer Donovan Jackson won the 3-point contest, and the mens and womens squads played a 16-minute co-ed scrimmage in Hilton Madness.---This story has been corrected to show Buffer said `roundball, not `rumble.---Freelance writer Keith Taylor in Lexington, Kentucky, contributed to this report.---Follow Aaron Beard on Twitter at and the APs college basketball site at Vendita Nike Air Max 97 Uomo .C. -- Rodney Hood connected from all over the court while freshman Jabari Parker was busy swatting shots and scoring in transition. 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When the Toronto Argonauts captured the 100th Grey Cup, the offence was led by two key members; Ricky Ray, who threw for 231 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Chad Kackert, who rushed for 133 yards and added 62 more on receptions en route to being named games Most Valuable Player. Both are back this year and both are much more comfortable in their surroundings. Ray was acquired in a blockbuster trade with the Eskimos shortly after the 2011 season ended. Edmonton had been his only CFL home for nine seasons and, like anyone in any walk of life, an unexpected major change was something that came with some trepidation. "I think the biggest fear was just coming to a new place and proving myself all over again," Ray told "Here, I really had no experience with anybody other than a few other guys. Youve got to earn their respect and show that you work hard in practice and you go out and play the best you can." Toronto is looked upon by most fans as being the weak link in the league. Fans can be fickle when it comes to buying tickets and theres a perception that the city is CFL unfriendly. Ray had the same thoughts about the market and admits there is a stark difference between the two towns. "As far as football here out East, its a little bit different. In the West, theres not as much stuff to do. Here its a big city, theres other sports teams, were battling for competition with those guys. We didnt play well at home last year which didnt help us out, so this year we have to do a better job of being good at home and getting people excited to come out and watch us." A major complaint over the years in Toronto is that the Argos didnt have any players with star power to compete with the big names of the other sports. Rays name is well known in the market by even non-CFL fans, as are the names of the Chads; Owens and Kackert. The latter is back despite an offer from the NFLs New York Jets. In fact, there were reports that the running back had signed with that club, but that story quickly changed when Kackert confirmed he was coming back to the Argos. Why? "Its best to be where youre wanted," said Kackert. That sentiment may be in stark contrast to 12 months ago when Kackert was known to many for two things; being Cory Boyds backup and some ill-timed fumbles in his rookie season. He silenced any criticism as he excelled after replacing Boyd as the starter in Week 8 and fumbled just once on 123 touches. He knew his teammates had his back all along. "In the CFL, when youve got a team like we have here, its like a family. Were treating these rookies like theyve been here and theyre starting to buy in. The environmentt we have here isnt just something that happens, its something thats earned and takes time.dddddddddddd." Kackert earned enough respect from his Argo family to get the opportunity to start. The club chose to release Boyd, who was leading the CFL in rushing at the time. The move was criticized by an overwhelming majority of fans and media alike. The man who pulled the trigger on the move, head coach Scott Milanovich, ultimately saw the decision pay off in late November. Following the season, Kackert was a free agent and the coach thought his star running back was headed to the NFL. "I thought he was going to New York and I actually called and wished him luck at one point and he said I havent signed anything yet, so I think Kack feels good here," said Milanovich. "Hes been embraced by his teammates, hes kind of a loved guy and, not to say he wouldnt have made it in the NFL, but I think he made the right decision. This is home for him now and hes earned that." As Kackert says, "Its best to be where youre wanted" and everyone connected with the Double Blue wants him right where he is. Notes: Once again, the threat of bad weather moved practice to Holy Trinity Secondary School in Oakville... LT Tony Washington was back in uniform today for the first time since Sundays first practice... DT Khalif Mitchell sat out the second session with what appeared to be a leg injury. He was walking around with a noticeable limp as the practice progressed, but he was putting weight on it... Extremely windy conditions made things very difficult for the offence... SB Andre Durie made a couple of outstanding catches on deep balls... Spotted on the sidelines today was the Argos 1976 Rookie of the Year, RB Neil Lumsden. Hes now the running backs coach for the University of Guelph Gryphons... Theres no question the Argos have the most interesting pair of names among newcomers. SirVincent Rogers has been on the field since the first day of rookie camp and Thursday, the club signed linebacker Mister Alexander, who made his mark over the last two years on special teams with the Houston Texans... Also added today were import DB Quinten Lawrence and LB Jake Reinhart from Guelph. Reinhart is also a long snapper... When asked about who the most impressive players have been among newcomers, both Milanovich and Ray mentioned the same name in separate interviews, speedy receiver John Chiles. The QB said of him "Every time we watch film, guys are trying to press him and hes just running by them"... Milanovich said when it comes time to make cuts and if all other things are equal, the determining factor in making the decision is "character and how they fit in the locker room". Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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