NCAAF 

Preseason Top 25 Breakdown (16-25)

25.  Utah Utes You can always expect the Utes to ramp up the running game to run behind a powerful offensive line.  The passing will have question marks even with their returning quarterback Troy Williams, who will have to be better in the passing game if he wants to lead the Utes to possible chance at the Pac-12 championship game. ... Read More
NCAAB 

North Carolina responds from heartbreak with a National Title

When discussing a redemption story, most want to only talk about the beginning and the end. They want to focus on that singular moment that caused “the fall” and jump straight to the completion of the comeback. What North Carolina did can not only be looked at as one of the greatest redemption stories in sports history, but shows just how much... Read More
NCAAB 

Keys and Predictions for the Final Four

At the start of the college basketball season, teams like Duke, Kentucky, and Kansas were projected to be three of the four teams to make it to the Final Four. Due to their strong freshmen classes, those teams were seen as head and shoulders above the rest. However, what have have now are three unlikely teams in South Carolina, Oregon,... Read More
NCAAB 

Who is more NBA ready right now, Jayson Tatum or Josh Jackson?

As March Madness begins to push towards it much anticipated conclusion, basketball fan’s sights will begin to shift towards the NBA playoffs and the upcoming draft. While players like Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball will undoubtedly be fighting for the right to be chosen first, this is turning out to be one of the most loaded draft classes in recent... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Melo Trimble Opts to Return For His Junior Year

Just hours before the 11:59 P.M. deadline on Wednesday evening, Melo Trimble decided to withdraw his name from NBA Draft consideration. Guaranteeing a third season in College Park. Trimble, who went through a shooting slump for the better part of his sophomore season, faced questions about his outside shot and decision-making from many scouts and executives. At the combine, he failed to quell those same fears... Read More
NCAAB 

Villanova Wins A Thriller Against North Carolina

In what turned out to be an exhilarating title game, Kris Jenkins became a tournament legend by hitting a buzzer beater to give Villanova its 2nd national championship in school history. Just one possession prior, Marcus Paige hit an improbable game-tying 3-pointer that knotted the game at 74. But for a college basketball season characterized by wacky unpredictability, the final sequence was a fitting... Read More
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 Terps 

Maryland’s Seniors go out in style, as back-to-back regular season champs

The Minnesota Gophers were coming off a big win, beating the Ohio State Buckeyes by two in overtime. As talented and as dangerous as the Golden Gophers are at home, they’re not quite the same team on the road. Still, many were looking forward to seeing the second leading scorer in the nation and the first in the Big Ten... Read More
NCAAF 

Clemson or Alabama, who’s leaving a champion?

Since the College Football Playoff initial rankings first aired on November third, Clemson and Alabama seemed to be on a collision course to meet for the National Championship.  They’ve made it come to fruition through an inspired and unrelenting focus, moved by two different motivations. The Clemson Tigers are good, fast, quick striking and feeling quite disrespected.  The underdog card is the... Read More
NCAAB 

Wisconsin Basketball Coach Bo Ryan Calls It Quits

There’s been a changing of the Gard in Madison. (pun intended) After Wisconsin’s win Tuesday at the Kohl Center, Bo Ryan held his usual press conference. However, very few knew this would be his last. The Badgers had just defeated Texas A&M – Corpus Christi in a typical finals-time game, ugly basketball, but a win nonetheless. Once at the podium,... Read More
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