NCAAB 

Underdogs Shine in Opening Weekend of the NCAA Tournament

Every dog has its day and that couldn’t be more true in the NCAA Tournament. On Friday night, the University of Maryland Baltimore County shocked the world and made history. The Retrievers stunned the No.1 overall seed Virginia 74-54 to become the first men’s team ever to be seeded 16 and knock off a 1-seed. In 1998, the Harvard women’s… Read More
NCAAF 

Bruins bruise Wildcats in the Desert

Unfazed by the big moment, bright lights or the unfriendly confines of Arizona Stadium, young Josh Rosen has once again proven that he is capable of leading this UCLA team to a Pac-12 Championship. He may have fallen victim to the pressure in his first night game against BYU last week, but showed some relentless poise in an even more… Read More
NCAAB 

Pre-Season Top-15 Predictions

    1. Michigan State Spartans When Gary Harris and Adreian Payne both decided to spurn the NBA and return to school, SpartyNation and coach Tom Izzo were overjoyed. With Harris and Payne now in tow, Izzo has most of his core back in Lansing.  The team did, however, lose Derrick Nix, who was the second leading rebounder on the… Read More

In the ‘Zona

With the recruitment of point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright out of Los Angeles, the Arizona Wildcats continue to craft a culture of character and direct their recruiting in a positive direction. When Arizona Head Coach Sean Miller made the tough decision to indefinitely suspend Josiah Turner leading up to the 2012 Pac-12 conference tournament, it was clear that no player would be above the standard… Read More