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
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
NCAAB Terps 

Terps win Cancun Challenge, come home before heading to Chapel Hill

No. 2 Maryland (5-0 overall) defeated Rhode Island (3-2 overall) 86-63 on Wednesday night in the Cancun Challenge and will take on Cleveland State (2-3 overall) on Saturday. Wednesday’s game was the first time since the season opener that Maryland didn’t have to come from behind in the second half to win. Maryland will head to Chapel Hill on Tuesday… Read More
NCAAB 

ACC Player of the Year: Jabari Parker or Marcus Paige?

The rivalry between North Carolina and Duke is arguably the most storied rivalry in the history of college hoops. There is no love lost between the two teams that are separated by just eight miles. Each year one, if not both of these teams are in contention to win the ACC, but this year they will not being playing for… Read More