Reaganomics may not have helped the little guy very much, but there's a trickle-down effect in college basketball that works pretty well. At Maryland, Andre Collins was picked up as a backup for Steve Blake
and spent a lot of time buried on the bench, but at Loyola (Md.) he's a star, showing up on the national PPG leaderboard. (OK, so maybe second-year Greyhounds coach and former UMD assistant Jimmy Patsos had something to do with it. But still!)On Saturday, Collins won a scoring contest with Delaware's snap-shooter Calvin Cannon
, pouring in 36 for his seventh team-leading performance of the year and moving his average up to 24.3 ppg. It was part of a 63% team shooting display and a 132.3 team offensive rating that was more woo-woo than voodoo. Talk about supply-side basketball.
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