LWOS 2021-22 College Basketball Bracketology 1.0

In just a few days, college basketball is back. Well, officially anyway. Numerous exhibition games have been taking place since the end of October, building up the excitement. Speaking of exciting, there is no more exciting tournament in sports than March Madness. College basketball’s premier tournament did not disappoint in 2021. Now, it’s time to […] READ MORE

2021-22 Big Ten Basketball Preview


LWOS continues its busy coverage of the 2021-22 college basketball season with its 2021-22 Big Ten Basketball Preview. Last year, the Big Ten was a loaded conference as nine of the fourteen teams made the NCAA tournament. It seemed that Minnesota would have made that ten teams had they not lost seven straight. The conference […] READ MORE

Preseason College Basketball Rankings: #18 Ohio State Buckeyes


Ohio State was having a very good season last year up until having a roller coaster of a finish. The Buckeyes lost their last four regular-season games, then made a run to the Big Ten title game, then got bounced by 15 seed Oral Roberts in the NCAA Tournament. Both members of their starting backcourt, […] READ MORE

NBA Draft Busts Series: Greg Oden


The Portland Trailblazers beat the odds (5.3% chance) in the summer of 2007 when they were awarded the first overall pick in the NBA Draft. They would have their choice between two “future All-Star” prospects. Greg Oden, the center out of Ohio State, and Kevin Durant, the small forward out of Texas. The Trailblazers would […] READ MORE

Big Ten Basketball A Big Disappointment


There wasn’t another sport more heralded than Big Ten basketball this spring. The conference couldn’t be criticized and the only question was how many teams would reach the Big Dance. Nine Big Ten programs reached the 2021 NCAA Tournament, and yet only one remains standing: the Michigan Wolverines. Big Ten Basketball has been a Big […] READ MORE

NCAA Tournament Recap: Day 1


The NCAA Tournament is finally here. We needed a tipoff to verify its manifestation in the sporting world. After a year of brewing uncertainty that still looms, a year of global terribleness, we were gifted something back, a path to a shining moment. The First Four gave us cautious hope Thursday night, and Florida and […] 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