Early Observations In College Basketball


Even though we are only just about a week and a half into the 2022-2023 college basketball season and even though there hasn’t been a ton of big-time games, we still have a lot of exciting storylines. Some teams have looked really good and some have looked unexpectedly awful. Here are some early observations in […] READ MORE

March Madness Best Futures Bets

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 […] READ MORE

What Would a Mid-Major Superconference Look Like?


NCAA realignment has made its triumphant return with the notion of a superconference in mind! The best part of this joyous occasion is always the wild speculation. Said speculation can range from the possible to the “what are they smoking,” but it is always entertaining. Let’s enjoy some of that now, shall we? All Hail […] READ MORE

Five-Star Chet Holmgren Commits to Gonzaga


The Gonzaga Bulldogs had an unbelievable season and just came one victory short of a National Championship against the Baylor Bears. Jalen Suggs and Corey Kispert, as well as Drew Timme, are all seemingly headed for the NBA after successful careers at Gonzaga. However, there is good news for Zags fans. Five-star high school phenom […] READ MORE

Corey Kispert 2021 NBA Draft Profile


Corey Kispert is a four-year senior from Edmonds, Washington who has improved every season, thanks to Gonzaga head coach Mark Few and his staff. Corey Kispert 2021 NBA Draft Profile College Career Most people know Kispert as a lights-out shooter. Well, that’s absolutely the case with him. However, he’s been a locked-in starter for the […] READ MORE

2020-21 College Basketball Season in Review


Exhale everyone. We made it. A national champion was crowned on Monday night, and a full NCAA Tournament took place, sans one game (more on that later). Hope sprang eternal when college football was able to complete a season, even with its own ups and downs. The road was long, and it took a lot […] READ MORE

Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Mostly Background Noise


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