Revised 2020 NCAA Basketball Start Date

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While the NFL, NHL, NBA, and college football are in full swing, college basketball remains in limbo. The college basketball season typically begins in early November which is about six weeks from today. However, with all of the changes brought on by COVID-19, the NCAA had to adjust just like the rest of the world. […] READ MORE


NCAA President Mark Emmert Opens Door for College Basketball Bubble

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Bubbles in college basketball are usually discussed in February and March. These conversations usually involve debating which group of mediocre power conference teams deserves a chance to play in the NCAA Tournament. However, a college basketball bubble may be needed to play the upcoming season. The idea was officially recognized by NCAA President Mark Emmert […] READ MORE


The Return of the Blue Bloods

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The 2019-20 NCAA basketball season may have ended prematurely due to COVID-19, but it was still an interesting one. This was thought to be a year of parity. There did not appear to be any traditional dominant teams, other than maybe Kansas. Instead, teams like Dayton and San Diego State joined Gonzaga as the mid-majors […] READ MORE


LWOS 2020 NCAA Tournament Simulation

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College basketball fans were devastated when the NCAA announced the cancellation of the 2020 NCAA Tournament. While canceling it was the right move for public health, it does not mean it hurts any less. Then, the internet came up with a grand idea: simulate the tournament! There have been plenty of simulations running since last […] READ MORE


NCAA Tournament Canceled

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It’s official: The NCAA tournament is canceled. The NCAA has announced that the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments are canceled. They will also be canceling all remaining winter and spring championship tournaments. NCAA Championship Tournaments Cancelled NCAA President Mark Emmert along with the Board of Governors made the decision just moments ago. Because of the […] READ MORE


Mid-Major Tournament Previews: Week Two

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After one week of mid-major conference tournament action, five teams have punched bids. Utah State, Belmont, Winthrop, Bradley, and Liberty captured mid-major auto-bids. This week, ten more leagues begin their tournaments this week, while two just started this past weekend. By next Sunday, there will be 32 guaranteed bids to the NCAA Tournament. Mid-Major Week […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 6.0

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LWOS Bracketology 6.0 is here. This week, several mid-major conferences started their conference tournaments. The rest of the conferences will wrap up conference play this week and will begin tournament play next week. Over the last week, plenty of good teams have lost and the bubble is shrinking already. Here is Bracketology 6.0. LWOS Bracketology […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 5.0

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Selection Sunday is just two weeks away. Ahead of us are conference tournaments and a whole lot of nail-biting. LWOS Bracketology 5.0 is here with an update that will now come in a weekly fashion leading up to the official bracket reveal. Here is Bracketology 5.0. LWOS Bracketology 5.0 Conference Breakdown The Big Ten has […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 4.0

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Believe it or not, Selection Sunday is a little more than three weeks away. Crunch time has arrived for teams looking to make the tournament. LWOS Bracketology 4.0 gives the latest update on what the bracket would look like today. You can find the previous bracket here to compare. Here is the fourth edition of […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 3.0

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The calendar has flipped to February. This means that Selection Sunday is getting closer. The battle for at-large spots and seeding starts to heat up. Discussions about which teams should sneak in can have no resolution. Luckily, LWOS is here to help with that. Bracketology 3.0 is here. Our previous bracket can be found here […] READ MORE