The Maine Black Bears are College Basketball’s Kings of Defeat

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Let me introduce you to the beautiful, dreadful, gloriously sucky, absolute unicorn that is Maine Black Bears men’s basketball. I was wasting time and procrastinating when I should have been doing any number of productive things (as one does) when I stumbled upon this wonderful post in r/collegebasketball. I have come to believe it is […] READ MORE


Huge NCAA Basketball Slate Set for Tuesday Night

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Let the madness begin. It’s March once again — let’s pretend last March didn’t happen — and that can only mean one thing: college hoops are about to go stupid. NCAA basketball fans will get their first dose of March Madness Tuesday night when five top-10 teams and 10 of the top 25 squads take […] READ MORE





Are One-And-Dones Worth It For Teams?

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College basketball’s perennial powers are struggling this season. Duke has fallen out of the Top 25 for the first time since the 2015-16 season, Kentucky is having its worst season in decades, and North Carolina, while 11-6, is also out of the Top 25. Their one-and-done strategy is again falling short. One-And-Dones Not Working Out […] READ MORE



Baylor vs. Gonzaga, Please! Waiting Will Make It That Much Better

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Can we just skip ahead to Baylor vs. Gonzaga already? The Bears defeated Kansas State 107-59 Wednesday night, upping their average point differential to 25.7 on the season. That scoring margin leads the nation. The Bulldogs rank second. Baylor and Gonzaga, Please! The men’s college basketball landscape is forming on familiar ground. However, what we’re […] READ MORE


WAC Will Expand to 13 Teams in 2022

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The Western Athletic Conference is going to look different in 2022. The league’s Board of Directors announced today that five universities were approved to join the conference. The additions of Abilene Christian University, Lamar University, Sam Houston State University, Stephen F. Austin State University, and Southern Utah will make the WAC a 13-team league. WAC […] READ MORE