NBA NCAAB 

Players that should return to school next year

Almost 95 percent of college athletes want to advance to the NBA, while only about one percent actually make it. Some players have good seasons (or a few games) and think they are league ready. While other are not, but still try their hand at the next level when they aren’t yet ready. Here are a few players (for one reason or another)... 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 

Former Hoya Great Tabbed as New Head Coach

Two weeks after parting ways with longtime coach John Thompson III, the Georgetown Hoyas have chosen to anoint former alum Patrick Ewing as the new man at the helm. The move to hire Ewing comes after the Hoyas’ unsuccessful attempt to attract the interest of big name college coaches Shaka Smart (Texas) and Mike Brey (Notre Dame). Ewing now joins Chris... Read More
NCAAB 

Breaking down the Womens Final Four

We’re down to the last four teams for a chance to play for a National Championship. There’s  South Carolina, Stanford, Connecticut and Mississippi State. Uconn remains the heavy favorite to win its fifth consecutive championship and 12th overall as they enter currently on an 111 game winning streak, but this year’s group might face the toughest challenge of any of... 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 will cut down the nets in Phoenix?

If you had this Final Four in your bracket office pool, hats off to you as you were one of 657 out of 18.9 million people entered in ESPN’s bracket challenge to do so. Many had North Carolina penciled in as heavy favorites before the tournament began. A large number of people also had Gonzaga reaching the Final Four for... Read More
Galleries NCAAB 

Galleries: Uconn wins Bridgeport, heads to Final Four

Our Travis Ellison took in the Elite 8 matchup between the #1 seed Connecticut Huskies and the 10th seeded Oregon Ducks on Monday night in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The Huskies dominated the game early on and never looked back, they’re now in Dallas for the Final Four. It’s their tenth consecutive trip to a Final Four, Travis shares some of his... Read More
NCAAB 

Uconn runs past Oregon to win the Bridgeport Region

The Huskies weren’t themselves on the defensive end for the first three games of the tournament, the worse of those performances coming on Saturday against UCLA. That wasn’t an issue against Oregon on Monday night, Connecticut set the tone from the opening tip when they forced a turnover on the Ducks very first possession of the game. The Huskies started... Read More
NCAAB 

South Carolina headed to its first Final Four

  At the start of the tournament, the seventh seeded South Carolina Gamecocks hadn’t won a NCAA tournament game since 1972, Now, the Gamecocks are headed to the Final Four for the first time in program history. They continued their rampage through the NCAA Tournament after beating tenth seeded Marquette in the first round, second seeded Duke in the round of 32, third... Read More
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