Monday, March 10, 2008

Master Luke

Notre Dame coach Mike Brey may have spilled the beans during a conference call on Monday when he seemed to confirm that Luke Harangody was the Big East's Player of the Year.

Brey was asked to comment about the All-Big East First Team selections of Harangody and Kyle McAlarney and said he was proud that the former had won Player of the Year honors. When asked if he had let the cat out of the bag, so to speak, Brey backtracked and continued to compliment Harangody's game.

Either way, it's not exactly a surprise. Harangody, a 6-8 sophomore, led the conference in scoring (21 ppg) and was second in rebounds (10.3). In conference play, Harangody was even better, averaging 23.3 points and 11.3 boards. Both led the league.

He's got A.J. Price's vote.

"I've got to give my vote to Harangody," Price said. "I think he deserves it. He's been putting up numbers all year, and helping his team win."


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