Wake Forest Basketball: Danny Manning Brings ‘It’ Factor to Demon Deacons

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You remember Danny Manning, the great player at Kansas who led the Jayhawks to the 1988 national championship. No, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons aren’t getting a Manning-like player for next season, but in getting Danny Manning the head coach, […]

Trevor Thompson Transfer Shows Unstable Nature of Virginia Tech Basketball

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On the surface, the transfer of 6-foot-11 rising sophomore forward Trevor Thompson from the Virginia Tech Hokies to the Ohio State Buckeyes might not seem like a major deal. After all, Thompson averaged a modest 5.0 points and 4.7 rebounds […]

SMU Basketball Took Giant Step Forward Despite Postseason Frustration

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The college basketball postseason for the SMU Mustangs turned out to be pretty frustrating. First, SMU was left out of the NCAA tournament when many experts in the sport felt the Mustangs had done enough to get in, even if it […]

Boston College Basketball Settles for Jim Christian as New Head Coach

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As soon as this college basketball season had ended, it figured that the Boston College Eagles were going to be looking in a new direction for a head coach. Steve Donahue was let go after the Eagles went 8-24 and […]

Virginia Tech Basketball: New Head Coach Buzz Williams Needs Time to Create Winner in Blacksburg

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You can say this for new Virginia Tech head basketball coach Buzz Williams; the man must enjoy a challenge. Because if he is going to find a way to make the Hokies a consistent winner, he will have successfully defeated […]

5 Reasons Why Marcus Smart Must Declare for 2014 NBA Draft

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ACC Basketball Duo Falters Miserably in NIT Semifinals

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Coming off what was a woeful performance in the NCAA tournament for the ACC, the Clemson Tigers and Florida State Seminoles marched into Madison Square Garden Tuesday night with an opportunity to at least save a little face for the conference, as wins […]

5 Most Dangerous Players in the 2014 Final Four

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Louisville Basketball Exits NCAA Tournament In Most Painful Way Possible

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Louisville‘s national title defense ended in the most unforeseen and painful way possible. Several weeks ago, there’s no way anyone could have predicted that in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament, Louisville’s reign as champions would not only end, […]

Virginia Basketball Falls Short But Builds Solid Foundation

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Having fallen just two points short, the Virginia Cavaliers can point to any number of moments in Friday’s East Regional semifinal against Michigan State as to why they lost 61-59. Virginia played their trademark defense and hit some big shots, […]

String of NCAA Tournament Disappointments Continues for Baylor Basketball

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There’s no way to know just how long the window will be open for the Baylor Bears, but so far the green and gold have shown no ability to climb through it and reach the Final Four. Baylor has had […]

The 10 Greatest NBA Players to Never Play in the NCAA Tournament

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