Mike Moser says Dana Altman spilled coffee all over himself when the well-traveled grad transfer told the Oregon coach he would play for the Ducks, but it really comes as no big surprise.
That rep -- and Oregon's losses of Kazemi, Tony Woods, and E.J. Singler -- could even help the Ducks get in with Memphis transfer Tarik Black, whose value has shot up as the recruiting supply-demand equation approaches the usual end-of-spring distortion.
Other signs that there may not be a lot of qualified candidates among non-redshirting transfers left to fill UA's three scholarship openings:
UA has said it is self-sustaining except for the tuition-fee waivers its athletes get, and for some shared utility/overhead costs.
Tad Boyle kept home Colorado's top 2014 guard prospect, Dominique Collier.
Good thing Andy Enfield is living next door to the Galen Center at the USC Radisson: He's pulling 16 hour days while trying to revive the Trojans.