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

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


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

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


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

Sabrina Ionescu Named AP Player of the Year

Not only will fans miss the opportunity to watch the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, but also the women’s. This means missing one of the greatest players in the history of college basketball capping off her career. Sabrina Ionescu is an absolute star for the Oregon Ducks. Sabrina Ionescu Wins AP Player of the Year College […] READ MORE

South Carolina Lady Gamecocks Streaking Through SEC Play


The South Carolina Lady Gamecocks came into this season with the number one recruiting class in the country showing up on campus. The talent was stacking up in Columbia, but it was unclear how well or quickly the team could gel. As this season approaches the halfway point of conference play, Coach Dawn Staley has […] READ MORE