NCAAB Terps 

After slow start, Maryland runs past Albany

Albany head coach Joanna Bernabei-Mcnamee worked on Frese’s staff in 2006-2007, the NCAA Championship team. So it was a homecoming of sorts for her yesterday as her team came to College Park to take on the Terrapins. Maryland received their Big Ten Conference Championship rings from last season prior to the game, then their new chapter began, officially closing the... Read More
WNBA 

South Carolina makes its presence known in first 10 picks

Basking in the afterglow of winning their schools first National Championship, South Carolina kept it’s winning ways in the first round of last night’s WNBA draft.  Gamecock nation had to enjoy seeing Alaina Coates, Allisha Gray, and Kaela Davis get selected in the Top 10 selections. It’s always great for a school to have three selections in the draft, let... 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 

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
NCAAB 

100 and Counting for the Uconn Womens Program

On Monday night, the top ranked Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball team won their 100th consecutive game. This historic milestone makes them the first team men’s or women’s, in NCAA history to accomplish this. They 6th ranked South Carolina Gamecocks stood between them and history. Uconn Had won its previous 99 games by a combined average of 38.7 points and winning... Read More
NCAAF 

Shocker in Stillwater headlines Week 2 Review

It was another weekend of unpredictable football in the college ranks.  They aren’t any of the Top 25 games that the nation was treated to last week, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t get the unexpected, jaw-dropping surprises we tend to get when the day is over. Most notable was the game down in Stillwater between Central Michigan and Oklahoma... Read More
NFL 

2016 NFL Draft Snapshot: Tight Ends

In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. I wasn’t able to go as far in depth this year as I did last year, but enough to develop a feel for the... Read More
NCAAB 

Stifling defense fuels Huskies in rout of Gamecocks

It was billed as the biggest matchup thus far of the college basketball season, number one ranked South Carolina Gamecocks traveled to Connecticut to face the number two ranked Connecticut Huskies. Many pundits expected this to be a very close game between two elite teams, most didn’t believe this Uconn team is as tough as the prior year, even though... Read More

General Thoughts

Welcome once again to another segment of General Thoughts with yours truly, Mike ” The General” Patton. And just like last week, the sports beat goes on. In the NBA, it seems like no one can stop Miami right now. The Heat, trailing by 14 at halftime, came back to win against the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden. With... Read More

Keith Pough Interview

Earlier today, I was fortunate enough to speak with Howard University’s All American Line Backer Mr. Keith Pough. To hear what he had to say in our conversation today just double click the link below or just click the picture.( It’ll take you to a page similar to this, just click the link a second time and enjoy the interview)... Read More
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