College Basketball

The Arguments for Number One in Women’s Basketball
Christopher Sedlak - Jan 1, 2022

Thanks to Missouri’s huge upset the other night, and there should be a new number one next week in the polls. Four teams are in a position to claim that spot. South Carolina, Louisville, Stanford, and Arizona all have solid arguments. This piece will differentiate between teams and present the arguments for number one. In […]



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Auburn Tigers 12-1 Heading into New Year
Phillip Jordan - Jan 1, 2022

The Auburn Tigers are heading into the new year with a 12-1 record to start the 2021-22 season. The lone loss on the season was in a 115-109 double-overtime game against Connecticut in the Battle 4 Atlantis in November. They opened SEC play on Wednesday night with an impressive 70-55 win over then 12-0 LSU. […]

The Arguments for Number One in Women’s Basketball

Thanks to Missouri’s huge upset the other night, and there should be a new number one next week in the polls. Four teams are in a position to claim that spot. South Carolina, Louisville, Stanford, and Arizona all have solid arguments. This piece will differentiate between teams and present the arguments for number one. In […]

Deandre Ayton
Is Deandre Ayton Worth a Max Contract?
James Piercey - Dec 31, 2021

When the Phoenix Suns declined to offer Deandre Ayton a max contract last summer, heads turned. The Suns were fresh off of an NBA Finals appearance. Surely, they’d do whatever was necessary to preserve the core that got them there? Not so fast. Ayton has been a strong contributor for the Suns since they selected […]

Three Upsets Headline a Shocking Night in Women’s Hoops

Last night was a huge surprise; despite many cancelations, there were a lot of big games on tap, and they did not disappoint. Missouri upset number one South Carolina, Virginia Tech upset 15th ranked Duke, and Michigan State upset undefeated Nebraska. These three upsets headlined a shocking night in Women’s Hoops. This piece will focus […]

Midseason Waiver Wire Pickups
Cameron Cornell - Dec 30, 2021

The fantasy basketball season is roughly halfway over. Many big-name players are missing time due to injuries and COVID. Because of this, finding the right players off of the waiver wire is more important than ever. Here are some midseason waiver wire pickups. These players are all rostered in less than 40 percent of ESPN […]

Caitlin Clark
The Impact of COVID on the Women’s Game

With the new variant Omicron, COVID is a significant issue that deserves public attention. Displaying the impact of COVID on the Women’s game, are at least four ranked teams whose next games are canceled. UCONN has their upcoming with Marquette canceled, Stanford’s game with Washington on Friday is also canceled, Iowa’s next game is canceled, […]

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New Years Resolutions for the LA Clippers
Jon Lee - Dec 29, 2021

December is coming to a close and the start of 2022 is approaching. This means that the time for turning over a new leaf is upon us. For the NBA and the LA Clippers, 2021 was far from normal. Unfortunately, the season has been marred by injuries and COVID-19 spreading rampant throughout the league. And […]

Ben Simmons
NBA Rumors: Is Ben Simmons a Good Fit for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

At this point, it feels like Ben Simmons has been on the trade block for roughly half of the entire Process. The fit between the divisive Philadelphia 76ers star and Joel Embiid is tenuous at best. Unfortunately, that points to a larger issue: identifying a fit for Simmons is hard, period. Not that the 6’10 […]