Kim Mulkey Leaves Baylor to Coach LSU

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Kim Mulkey has left Baylor as the women’s head basketball coach for the same role at LSU. Big-name coaches changing major programs isn’t that uncommon, but it’s definitely rare regarding this level of status. This would be like if Mike Krzyzewski left Duke. Some things just aren’t meant to last forever, however, especially when home […] READ MORE



The NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship Game Gave Us Exactly What We Needed: Dominance

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We yearned for Gonzaga versus Baylor all year, especially after an early-season matchup was teased than stolen away by a wicked Madame. Months later, we were gifted the 2021 Men’s Basketball National Championship game. Baylor’s 86-70 defeat of Gonzaga on Monday night wasn’t just an essential end to an unprecedented year. It was the accelerant […] READ MORE



Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Mostly Background Noise

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Eventually, an NCAA Tournament bracket begins to correct itself. Sunday’s underwhelming Sweet 16 games are proving that theory to be correct. Two more one-seeds advanced to the Elite Eight and two “Cinderellas” continued their stories. Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Underwhelming The key to staying alive in a bracket pool is not picking upsets; it’s […] READ MORE


Oral Roberts Looks to Make History in NCAA Tournament

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Nothing has gone to plan. Well, at least not everything. A one-seed left Indianapolis after the first weekend, as did two two-seeds and three three-seeds. By that logic, all four four-seeds should have been home by now as well. Thanks a lot, Florida State. It’s been an unprecedented NCAA Tournament in many regards, but no […] READ MORE


Grand Canyon Basketball Player Oscar Frayer Dies in Car Accident

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Amidst the excitement of the NCAA Tournament, tragedy has struck. Grand Canyon basketball player Oscar Frayer died in a car accident early Tuesday morning in California. He was 23 years old. Oscar Frayer, Grand Canyon Basketball Player, Dies in Car Crash The devastating accident took place around 2:30 a.m in Lodi, California. According to California […] READ MORE


Big Ten Basketball A Big Disappointment

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There wasn’t another sport more heralded than Big Ten basketball this spring. The conference couldn’t be criticized and the only question was how many teams would reach the Big Dance. Nine Big Ten programs reached the 2021 NCAA Tournament, and yet only one remains standing: the Michigan Wolverines. Big Ten Basketball has been a Big […] READ MORE


NCAA Tournament Recap: Day 1

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The NCAA Tournament is finally here. We needed a tipoff to verify its manifestation in the sporting world. After a year of brewing uncertainty that still looms, a year of global terribleness, we were gifted something back, a path to a shining moment. The First Four gave us cautious hope Thursday night, and Florida and […] READ MORE


NCAA Tournament South Region Preview

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It’s Wednesday and you’re scrounging for information to verify your picks. There’s a lot on the line in your personal pool, I get it. You’ve come to the right site for March Madness coverage. Though we yearn for upsets and glass slippers, the NCAA Tournament South region is full of good teams. Baylor and Ohio […] READ MORE