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WCC Tournament To Use Metrics For Seeding, Gonzaga, BYU May Opt Out

The 2020-21 college basketball season has been unusual, to say the least. The pandemic has created lengthy program pauses, abrupt schedule changes, and a single location for the NCAA Tournament. Adding to the madness, the West Coast Conference has decided to reformat their tournament with the help of technology (yikes). The University Credit Union WCC […] READ MORE

Arkansas Razorbacks on a Roll in SEC Play

Arkansas stumbled through their first six games in SEC play. They started the conference slate at 2-4, with a NCAA berth fading into the distance. The Razorbacks have won seven straight in the league since, and have vaulted up the standings into a tie for second. Eric Musselman’s team is playing as well as anyone […] READ MORE

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Arizona Coyotes Controversy Disappointing For Fans

A recent article in The Athletic written by Katie Strang (subscription required) has caused some Arizona Coyotes controversy. Strang has detailed the inner workings of the franchise’s organization and she didn’t hold any punches in her reporting. Arizona Coyotes Controversy Hits Fans Let’s face it, the Arizona Coyotes’ hockey team is sort of accustomed to […] READ MORE

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The Lionel Messi Barcelona Dilemma

A fascinating soap opera is looming on the horizon. Scheduled to be released this summer, this must-see TV involves a player who has been the icon, hero and saviour of his team since his debut. That came on October 16, 2004, at the tender age of 17 years, three months and 22 days old. The […] READ MORE

World Rugby Madrid 7s

World Rugby Madrid 7s 2021

Last Word on Rugby Spanish correspondent, Edward Anderson gives us the lowdown on a rare international rugby sevens tournament – the World Rugby Madrid 7s 2021. Scheduled over two weekends, it will be a pinnacle event for many invited nations; when competition is hard to find in the Covid era. Plus, an update on Leonas […] READ MORE