No, The PAC-12 Is Not the Best Conference


Will all of you just stop? Listen to yourselves. Yes, the PAC-12 has had a remarkable first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, but that doesn’t mean they are the best conference in the country, or even close to it. The league is 9-1 in the tournament so far, with four of the five teams that […] READ MORE

NCAA Tournament Day 4


While the first few days were full of upsets and shocking endings, day four returned to a form of normalcy. Essentially everybody who was supposed to take care of business did on Monday to earn trips to the Sweet 16. Of course, there were surprises, just like every year. In a weird stat, only one […] READ MORE

NCAA Tournament: Teams That Are Peaking At The Right Time


At long last, after two years of waiting, the NCAA Tournament has returned.  Every team in the country wants to make it to the big dance, but more than that, they want to be playing their best basketball in March. Here are some teams that are playing the best they’ve played all year, and will […] READ MORE

NCAA Tournament South Region Preview


It’s Wednesday and you’re scrounging for information to verify your picks. There’s a lot on the line in your personal pool, I get it. You’ve come to the right site for March Madness coverage. Though we yearn for upsets and glass slippers, the NCAA Tournament South region is full of good teams. Baylor and Ohio […] READ MORE

NCAA’s Historical College Basketball Games


March Madness is undoubtedly one of the biggest sports events in the country. With an average of 10.5 million viewers per game in 2019, the final four marches of college basketball attracted many more viewers than many NFL and NBA games in the same year. This is in large part due to some of the […] READ MORE

Lady Gamecocks Continue SEC Dominance


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

NCAA President Mark Emmert Opens Door for College Basketball Bubble

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