By Matt Norlander
If you were without power most of the weekend or just wanted to unplug, you may have missed the news: Andre Drummond re-classified himself to the 2011 class, and he'll be attending Connecticut. Like, immediately.
He'll be considered one of the best, if not the best, big players in the country. His arrival completely changes how UConn will be viewed. It goes from Big East contender to national title player with the likes of UNC, Kentucky and Ohio State.
How did this happen? Why? Should it even be allowable this late into the summer? Borzello and I talk about everything surrounding Drummond's recruitment, the type of player he is, how Calhoun's managed to pull this off and where it places UConn. There are also consequences to this move for the Huskies, so we cover that in full, too.