Martin Houston on the Impact of College Basketball’s Revised Three Point Line and Damieon George
Big news occurred in the world of college athletics that could benefit the Alabama Crimson Tide on the football field and basketball court.
On the football field, offensive tackle Damieon George out of Houston, Texas, announced his verbal commitment to Alabama. George is the 18th commitment for the 2020 signing class
On the hardwood, the three point line will be moved back to the international distance of 22 feet, 1¾ inches. According to Oats, moving the three point line back could prove beneficial to his team in terms of spacing the floor on offense.
During Friday's "Four Quarters" segment of The Blitz, former Alabama fullback Martin Houston answered question regarding George's commitment to Alabama, SEC bowl tie-ins and the impact that the new three point line would have on college basketball this season.
In the video, find out how early George could contribute on the offensive line, whether George is the equivalent of Terrance Cody in terms of size and why Oats likes the rules changes involving the three point line for college basketball.
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