College Basketball

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 […]


Christopher Sedlak - Mar 17, 2022

Tournament time is here! The First Four games begin tonight, and there is hope all over the country. This piece will focus on the men’s South Region. Each first-round matchup of the south region will be explained with predictions for each game. Men’s South Region Preview Arizona is the top seed in the region, and […]

It is here! After months of fun and excitement, the NCAA Tournament has arrived. Here I preview the East Region. This region is full of good teams and there are a bunch of different teams that could come out of this region and put Philadelphia on top. Put on your dancing shoes because it is […]

March Madness favorites Gonzaga Bulldogs and Chet Holmgren

March Madness is officially here with the full bracket released yesterday. You can find our full reaction to the field here. With the bracket now finalized, it is time to comb through all the matchups and regions and find some value. One of the fun ways to watch March Madness if you are not a […]

Selection Sunday Rapid Reaction

Selection Sunday has come and gone, and we officially have the 2022 Men’s Championship Bracket. 68 teams have earned the right to play for a championship. The hope is that COVID contingencies won’t be needed this time, though they are in place just in case. However, there seems to be less outrage and chaos about […]

College Basketball Bracketology

Selection Sunday is basically Christmas Day for college basketball fans. All the days spent looking at college basketball bracketology predictions ends when the real bracket comes out. After making it through the COVID season, Baylor had the target on its back as the defending champions. However, there are plenty of teams worthy of cutting down […]

Duke basketball stars Paolo Banchero and Trevor Keels

The Duke basketball team just wrapped up a second-place finish in the ACC Tournament. Usually, that would be nothing to be ashamed about. However, this Duke team stumbled into Selection Sunday where they likely earned a low two, or high three seed. Sure, their record of 2-2 over the last seven days is not bad, […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Mar 10, 2022

NBA playoff seeding hasn’t been decided yet, and neither has the seeding for March Madness. With that being said, it’s late enough to get an idea of where teams will be drafting. March Madness will be watched by scouts throughout the entire league as they look for new players to pick up. The tournament is […]

Providence looks to capture Big East Tournament title

Champ Week is here. The Big East looks poised to get 7 NCAA Tournament bids, second only to the Big Ten this year. The conference is back to where it usually is, being one of the best conferences in the country. Because of that, this tournament could and will get very fun and very interesting […]

Championship Week is in full swing as the Big Ten Tournament kicks off this evening. The first round begins tonight at 6:00 pm est at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis Indiana. The tournament will span the remainder of the week, concluding with the Championship Round on Sunday, March 13th. Several familiar teams are in the […]

SEC Tournament means Jabari Smith time
David Knight, Editor - Mar 9, 2022

The SEC Tournament begins on Wednesday in Tampa. This conference has long been known as the biggest and baddest in football, but it’s starting to garner the same reputation in basketball. The SEC is now among the best conferences in the nation on the hardwood. That growth will culminate this week in what could be […]

March Madness has officially begun after the Chattanooga Mocs punch their ticket to the NCAA Tournament on an overtime buzzer-beater.  The Madness Has Begun – Chattanooga Earns Bid With Buzzer-Beater The Southern Conference Tournament won’t draw the attention of the casual college basketball fans, but on Monday night the championship round made headlines. The top-ranked […]

Championship Week is here. The ACC tournament tips off on Tuesday. For the second straight season, the usually mighty conference has been very disappointing. Heading into the conference tournament there are only three schools that I consider a lock for the big dance. There are four other teams that are on the bubble. That should […]

Christopher Sedlak - Mar 6, 2022

Last night emphasized the massive increase in parity across Women’s basketball. Upsets happened all around the country. This piece will discuss the three shocking upsets and their impact on tournament seeding. Three Shocking Upsets Headlined a Crazy Night in Women’s Hoops Miami Upsets Louisville 61-59 This result was a monumental upset for the Canes. Miami […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Mar 4, 2022

It will certainly be an interesting offseason of decisions for the University of Kentucky’s Oscar Tshiebwe. First off, he’s eligible for another year in Lexington next season. On another hand, however, his stellar play this season essentially makes him a 2022 NBA Draft lock, and possibly even a late first-rounder. Now that he’s eligible for a […]

Drew Timme of Gonzaga of the West Coast Conference
Ariel Plevan - Mar 3, 2022

On March 3rd at 7 PM, madness will commence. Loyola Marymount will face the Pacific in the first game of the West Coast Conference tournament, the first conference tournament in this year’s cycle. The tournament will take place on 5 separate days, from Thursday, March 3rd, where two games will be played, until Tuesday, March […]



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Dylan Guest, Editor - Mar 3, 2022

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Ariel Plevan - Mar 3, 2022

After being swept in the first round of last year’s playoffs, the Brooklyn Nets are ready to relaunch an NBA title campaign in the 2022-2023 season. The Nets’ offseason plans revolved around Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, who both were expected to be traded at times. Regardless, both superstars remain on the roster at the […]

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Dylan Guest, Editor - Mar 3, 2022

The NBA Sixth Man of the Year is a coveted and also important award. Honors like the MVP award hold most of the glory, but the Sixth Man of the Year award shows the strength and importance of the bench unit. Recent winners include Montrezl Harrell, Jordan Clarkson, and most recently Tyler Herro. There’s plenty of bench talent […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Mar 3, 2022

Big-time collegiate and international players were selected in the 2022 NBA Draft. Plenty of these players are going to be expected to carry a heavy load on their teams early on in their careers. The NBA Rookie of the Year award is usually a strong indicator of a great career coming up, with recent examples […]