WCC Tournament To Use Metrics For Seeding, Gonzaga, BYU May Opt Out

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The 2020-21 college basketball season has been unusual, to say the least. The pandemic has created lengthy program pauses, abrupt schedule changes, and a single location for the NCAA Tournament. Adding to the madness, the West Coast Conference has decided to reformat their tournament with the help of technology (yikes). The University Credit Union WCC […] READ MORE




The Mountain West and WCC Need More At-Large Bids

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The Mountain West and West Coast conferences are determined and poised to earn additional bids for the NCAA Tournament. Both conferences are more than just San Diego State and Gonzaga. However, with San Francisco’s 85-60 defeat of Nevada on Wednesday night, these hopeful mid-major programs may be hurting each other. The Mountain West and WCC […] READ MORE


2020-21 WCC Basketball Preview

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Yes, there are schools in the West Coast Conference other than Gonzaga. The Bulldogs, however, are the name and the brand. Gonzaga is the Associated Press preseason No. 1 team in the nation and a perennial powerhouse. However, many college basketball fans may not even be aware that the Bulldogs are part of the WCC. […] READ MORE


West Coast Conference 2010s All-Decade Team

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People tend to think that the West Coast Conference is just Gonzaga beating up on everyone else. However, while the Zags have become a national powerhouse, the league has some other solid programs as well. St. Mary’s and BYU have been consistent throughout the decade as well. Those three schools feature prominently on this team, […] READ MORE


Mid-Major Tournament Previews: Week One

When people hear the term March Madness, they often think about the NCAA Tournament. However, the madness begins with conference tournaments. Mid-major conferences have more on the line than their major counterparts. For most of them, only one team will be representing the league in the bracket. 12 conferences begin the quest for March glory […] READ MORE


NCAA Bracketology: Preseason Prediction

The college basketball season is approaching in a hurry. That means it’s time to start thinking about who will end up playing meaningful minutes in March. NCAA bracketology can be an imperfect science at times, especially when you are trying to predict the actions of human beings. However, everyone loves tracking these predictions to see […] READ MORE