NCAAB 

Hoya Saxa! Georgetown Lands 4-Star Recruit Tremont Waters

The Hoyas basketball program received some good news today as point guard Tremont Waters made his commitment official. Considering Waters fielded offers from the likes of Kentucky, Duke, Indiana, and Kansas, John Thompson III should be ecstatic that he was able pull in the talented guard from Connecticut. Up until the last moments before his commitment, many were led to believe… Read More
NCAAB 

Can Villanova repeat as champions?

Staying true to his program philosophy helped Jay Wright secure a title. Now, his Villanova Wildcats are in a position to win another one. Last we saw of March Madness, Kris Jenkins was busy etching his name into the college basketball pantheon of greatness. We all remember the moment. There is no doubt that Kris Jenkins’ buzzer-beater will go… Read More
NCAAB 

Purdue looks to shed underachiever label

As Vince Edwards (pictured above) tried to process the stunning loss his team suffered at the hands of the 12-seeded Arkansas Little Rock Trojans, he mustered up succinct and telling words: “It’s the same story all year. Get a lead. Lose it.” The rising junior’s exasperation was well placed. After all, this was the 2nd consecutive opening round loss that Purdue endured–both times… Read More
NCAAB 

Despite tournament disappointment, Kansas remains elite

Even after helping Kansas secure its first 30-win season since 2013, the returning Jayhawk players still have a bitter taste in their mouths from this past March. At a recent summer camp, Frank Mason, now entering his final season in Lawrence, admitted as much . “Just to see the team we got defeated by win the national championship — that wasn’t a good… Read More