NCAAB 

A quick look at the ACC Tournament

In this day and age of college basketball, the attention seems to gravitate towards the 5-star freshman that will make an impact not only in his one year in college but how it will translate on the next level.  The ACC Champions (Regular Season and Tournament) have been led by senior play, and it will be the factor once again… Read More
NCAAB 

Duke Shows Familiar Fortitude In ACC Showdown

    Despite suffering its third loss in the past six games a few days earlier and seeing one of the key players dismissed from the team, the #4-ranked Blue Devils were able to end a tumultuous week on a high note, knocking off the #2-ranked Virginia Cavaliers, 69-63.  Duke was able to muster up enough effort to go on a… Read More
NCAAB 

Sulaimon makes history in dismissal

There was breaking news from Tobacco road today, this one of the Duke variety. The Duke Blue Devils announced that Rasheed Sulaimon has been dismissed. This year’s team is extremely young, there were only a few upperclassmen that got minutes. Losing an upperclassmen is never a good thing, no matter how much talent a program may have. Especially when the… Read More
NCAAB 

Miami and West Virginia Off to Surprisingly Strong Starts

#15 Miami Hurricanes (Record:7-0) Jim Larranaga’s team was not expected to make much noise this season. The ‘Canes entered the year with a very young roster that didn’t have much experience playing with each other, having to integrate five freshman, a lone senior (a graduate transfer from Niagra), and a couple other transfers who sat out last season. Miami didn’t receive… Read More