Mid-Major 2020-21 Takeaways: Week Nine

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One of the best things about college basketball is the surprise teams that emerge. That’s where a lot of the excitement that March Madness brings comes from. Fans want to know who will be the surprise team that upsets a top seed in the first round, or makes a run to the second weekend. However, […] READ MORE


Lady Gamecocks Continue SEC Dominance

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The Lady Gamecocks honored their greatest player ever on Monday, with the official unveiling of A’ja Wilson’s statue in front of Colonial Life Arena. It was fitting that after a ceremony for one of the most dominant players in recent history, South Carolina took the court and showed off its current SEC dominance. Dawn Staley’s team is […] READ MORE


Utah State Has Advantage in Mountain West

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Utah State defeated San Diego State in back-to-back games last week and took down Colorado State last night. After the Aggies’ tough start to the season, they’ve turned things around. Now, they’re in the driver’s seat to a Mountain West Conference regular-season championship. Utah State Handles San Diego State and Colorado State Aggies Go 3-0 […] READ MORE


How Matt Mitchell’s Injury Affects San Diego State

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The San Diego State Aztecs got off to a blazing start out of the gate to start the season. Now, unfortunately, they will be without star Matt Mitchell for a few weeks due to injury. Mitchell suffered a knee injury while playing the Aztecs’ first game against Utah State last week. Matt Mitchell’s Injury a […] READ MORE


New Mexico Lobos and New Mexico State Aggies Can Finally Come Home

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The wait is over. New Mexico and New Mexico State’s men’s and women’s basketball programs can return to the ‘Land of Enchantment’. Both schools haven’t played college basketball in the state of New Mexico since mid-November. New Mexico and New Mexico State Return Home… Finally On Tuesday, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced an […] READ MORE


Mid-Major 2020-21 Takeaways: Week Eight

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The middle of January is a critical time for mid-major teams. Most teams have a decent number of conference games under their belts. Debates begin on which teams are contenders and which are pretenders. Whispers of running through league play unscathed also begin amongst fans. The reality is, that as the season creeps closer to […] READ MORE


Gamecocks Open SEC Play With a Bang and Another Pause

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Frank Martin and South Carolina have taken a long tumultuous road to finally get to their first conference game of the season. A sparse crowd at Colonial Life Arena saw the Gamecocks open SEC play with a resounding 24 point victory. The second half demolition of Texas A&M was one of the best halves of […] READ MORE


Mid-Major 2020-21 Takeaways: Week Seven

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There is always excitement when conference play arrives in mid-major leagues. Regardless of what happened in November and December, the real push for an NCAA Tournament berth starts in league play. This is where surprise teams start to make themselves known. This is also where losing games that teams shouldn’t be the difference in seeding […] READ MORE


Masked-Up Matchup: Holy Cross and Boston Players Wearing Masks on Court

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The Holy Cross Crusaders defeated the Boston University Terriers 68-66 on Tuesday night. The score of this tight early-season conference game wasn’t at the forefront, however. This matchup marked the first occurrence of all players wearing masks during gameplay. Boston and Holy Cross Players Wear Masks During Gameplay The image of players wearing masks went […] READ MORE


Cam Thomas Leading LSU Basketball To Success

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Cam Thomas has become a national household name for the LSU Tigers basketball program. On Tuesday night, LSU defeated the Texas A&M Aggies 77-54 as the freshman scored 32 points. He becomes the first SEC player in 25 years to score more than 15 points in seven straight games. While his defensive game is good, […] READ MORE