Hoopsville: Off-Season Waves

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Every off-season has it's headlines and surprising news. This past off-season seemed to have a few extra more surprising results. While we are nearly a month into the new season, decisions in the off-season are continuing to make waves throughout Division III.

On Sunday's Hoopsville, Dave chats with a couple of coaches whose programs are dealing with some of the decisions made. Scranton women's basketball may have surprised some by hiring a coach from Division I - bucking a trend of hiring those who know the Royals program (to some degree). And St. Thomas men's basketball is trying to stay focused on the job at hand - this season - while moves have already been made to not only push the Tommies out of the MIAC, but possibly move them out of DIII altogether.

Plus, the Top 25s once again continue to be ... unsettled. We take a look at another turbulent week for ranked teams. Bob Quillman joins Dave for the Top 25 Double-Take.

Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch Sunday's show On Demand in the video player. You can also listen to the audio-only podcast located on the right side of the page.

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Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Nick DiPillo, No. 3 Scranton women's head coach
- John Taurer, No. 7 St. Thomas men's head coach
- Bob Quillman, Top 25 Double-Take 

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