College Basketball

Garrett Hoffman - May 3, 2022

Before Eric Mussleman took over at Arkansas, Arkansas Basketball was a product of the past. Only amassing 7 NCAA tournament appearances in the 19 years that followed legendary coach Nolan Richardson, Arkansas was reaching mediocrity over their previous success. However, Eric Mussleman has changed this narrative around Arkansas basketball. By reaching two elite eights in […]

Jacob Stephens - Apr 3, 2022

And then there were two. South Carolina and UConn. The Gamecocks and the Huskies. The two will meet in a rematch tonight at the Target Center in Minneapolis to see who claims the crown in the women’s national championship game. Women’s National Championship Preview 2 Seed Connecticut Huskies The fact that UConn getting here is […]

Two historical programs have punched their ticket to the NCAA Championship game as the Final Four concluded last night. The Kansas Jayhawks will look to claim their fourth NCAA title in program history as they take on the North Carolina Tar Heels.  Kansas and North Carolina Advance in Final Four Kansas Dominates Villanova in the […]

Two teams that combine for 11 national championships squared off as Duke took on North Carolina in the second matchup of the Final Four. North Carolina Ends Duke’s Run in Final Four A Historic Night Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski has become the biggest story in the tournament to most. Despite an epic Cinderella run […]

The Kansas Jayhawks bounced the Villanova Wildcats from the Final Four in an impressive fashion. Villanova played well without a key player, but they were unable to overcome an early Kansas run. Kansas Dominates Villanova in the Final Four First Half The Kansas Jayhawks and Villanova Wildcats opened up the evening in a game that […]

Bill Self leads Kansas into NCAA Final Four
Jacob Stephens - Apr 2, 2022

And then there were four. This has been a crazy season and a crazy tournament. But now we are left with just four teams. And all four of them are bluebloods. Coach K’s final games. Hubert Davis is in the Final Four in his first season. Kansas is the lone remaining one seed. Villanova is […]

Former St. Peter’s head coach Shaheen Holloway has been named the next head coach for the Seton Hall Pirates. Holloway, who led the first 15 seed to an Elite Eight in tournament history, was a standout point guard for Seton Hall from 1996-2000.  Shaheen Holloway Named Seton Hall Head Coach Cinderella Man Holloway won over […]

Jacob Stephens - Mar 30, 2022

It has been a wild couple of weeks. Two seeds Iowa and Baylor got upset early and 10 seed Creighton made it all the way to the Elite Eight. But now we are left with perhaps the best four teams. Three ones and a two. South Carolina, Stanford, Louisville, and UConn. Let’s take a look […]

David Knight, Editor - Mar 29, 2022

South Carolina ended Creighton’s Cinderella run in the NCAA tournament with a dominant 80-50 victory on Sunday. Now the Gamecocks return to the Final Four for the second consecutive postseason. The Elite Eight victory was one of this team’s best performances of the season on both ends of the court. Their defense stifled a good […]

The first night of the Elite Eight was full of ups and downs. With two teams returning from last year’s final eight and the legendary run of a hall of fame coach, this tournament continues to live up to its moniker. With the first half of the Final Four Locked in, let’s take a look […]

The Sweet Sixteen once again delivered a night of exciting and historic basketball. Two schools punched their first ticket to the Elite Eight in school history, another set the record for most wins in NCAA history, and a coaching icon lives to play at least one more game. Let’s get caught up on all of […]

Thursday was not a good day to hold a top seed in the Sweet Sixteen. This year’s NCAA Tournament has had no shortage of big moments and the first leg of the round of sixteen continued to deliver on that front. Frontrunners Arizona and Gonzaga will be watching the Elite Eight with the rest of […]

Jacob Stephens - Mar 24, 2022

There was a great first weekend of games. Four double-digit seeds made it through the weekend, including the third 15 seed to ever make it to the Sweet Sixteen. We should be in for another fun four days coming up. NCAA Tournament: Sweet Sixteen Preview Thursday Games (1) Gonzaga Bulldogs vs. (4) Arkansas Razorbacks This […]

Jonah Freelander - Mar 22, 2022

We’re inching closer to the NBA postseason and the second NBA play-in tournament. With March Madness upon us, we become captivated by the chance of shocking upsets in a single-elimination format. Despite the long odds of a 15-seeded St Peter’s defeating a second-seed Kentucky, we tune in to watch. And when the near-impossible happens, we’re […]

Jacob Stephens - Mar 21, 2022

On Monday Maryland announced that they have hired Kevin Willard to be their new men’s basketball head coach. That ended months of speculation of Willard to College Park, as highlighted back in February. Willard made Seton Hall a contender in the Big East again during his twelve seasons in South Orange, especially over the past […]

Christopher Sedlak - Mar 19, 2022

Day one was filled with upsets, including the defeat of mighty Kentucky and UConn. Day two was not as crazy; however, there were a few upsets and some close calls. The Day two recap will explain the losses, close calls, and blowouts on day two. Men’s Tournament Day Two Recap Upsets The most significant upset […]

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