LWOS 2020-21 College Basketball Bracketology 4.0


Sunday puts us one month away from Selection Sunday. That means the pressure is on for teams sitting on the bubble. Regardless of all the scheduling issues this season, time is running out to make a statement. A win here or a loss there could mean ending up on the right or wrong side of […] READ MORE

LWOS 2020-21 College Basketball Bracketology 3.0


We already knew this season was going to be weird. Teams essentially have a schedule that is currently in limbo, with games that can get postponed even hours before tip-off. Michigan recently had to pause for two weeks due to a state mandate. The America East Conference is now going to release team schedules on […] READ MORE

Gonzaga Bulldogs’ Brandon Clarke Shining Bright in March Madness


There are many adjectives one can use to describe Gonzaga Bulldogs’ forward Brandon Clarke. Vehemently determined? Yes. Unequivocally selfless? Absolutely. But what is undoubtedly clear is Clarke’s love and passion for the game of basketball. In Gonzaga’s 83-71 win over Baylor that advances the Bulldogs to the Sweet 16, Clarke put up 36 points, including five […] READ MORE

Big 12 Teams Still Alive in the College Football Playoff Race


Via Last Word on College Football, by Andrew Miller This has been a tremendously disappointing season for the Big 12 so far. Preseason contenders like the TCU Horned Frogs, Baylor Bears, and Texas Longhorns, have all been eliminated from the College Football Playoff. And we’re only in week 11. At this point, it’s hard to […] READ MORE

What We Learned from Baylor’s Win Over Oklahoma State


From Last Word on College Football, Andrew Miller The Baylor Bears emerged victorious in their first big test of the season against the Oklahoma State Cowboys, 35-24. The Bears effectively set themselves apart as the front runner in the Big 12 right now. The game was close the entire way, and was never really controlled […] READ MORE

College Football Preview; Week 4


From Last Word on College Football, Tony Siracusa Sitting in the pews at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, one is often taught about the virtues of giving, about the importance of helping those in need, offering to your community, imparting of yourself to others, and certainly, advocacy for a cause. Those are all important […] READ MORE

Big 12 Power Rankings Entering 2016

With the Big 12 season kicking off in less than three weeks, it’s time to look at where each team stacks up entering the season. According to Bovada, Oklahoma is the odds on favorite to take the Big 12 title in 2016, followed by Oklahoma State and TCU tied for second. Baylor entered the off-season […] READ MORE