Can Bill Self Win Another Title?

Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE

Very quietly this season, Bill Self and his Kansas Jayhawks are sniffing around the top five in college basketball. Currently, the Jayhawks are ranked in the top five and are getting some first-place consideration. With just one loss, it is […]

Death, Taxes and Duke Basketball

Coach K

Like any college basketball fan, I hate the Duke Blue Devils. It has to do with their smug attitude, constant coverage on ESPN, and some of the real tools that have worn the Duke jersey. With that being said, I […]

Is Indiana Another Overrated Big Ten Team?

Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE

When will the national media learn that the Big Ten is an overrated basketball conference? Every year, we hear about how great the Big Ten is, and they fail to do anything close to impressive in the tournament. Since 2003, […]

Louisville to Host Syracuse on Saturday

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A potential preview of the Big East championship game is happening this weekend in Louisville. The #6 Syracuse Orange invade the KFC YUM center on Saturday to face the top-ranked Louisville Cardinals. Both teams hold a 4-0 in conference play and 16-1 […]

Legendary Head Coach Rick Majerus Has Died

Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE

College basketball lost one of its larger-than-life characters in Rick Majerus today. He was 64-years old. Last August, Majerus abruptly resigned from Saint Louis University last August for health reasons. Despite his persona, Majerus had several health issues including his […]

Where Will the DePaul Blue Demons Call Home?

Brandon Young

As a lifelong DePaul Blue Demons fan, watching this team play terrible basketball in front of microscopic crowds has become the norm. However, some interesting events transpired yesterday that are starting to give fans some hope for the program’s future. […]

There’s No Hope for DePaul

Brandon Young

It is always hard to admit that something you really are passionate about becomes a waste of time and energy. I grew up in the Chicagoland Area during a wonderful time in sports history. The Chicago Bears were starting their […]

DePaul Extends the Contract of Athletic Director Jean Lenti Ponsetto

Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

Based on a criteria that defies logic and makes zero sense to this alum and fan, DePaul University has extended the contract of athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto for the next five years through 2017. Lenti Ponsetto has been the […]

DePaul Needs to Fire Jean Lenti Ponsetto

Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

I’ve been a DePaul Blue Demons basketball fan my whole life. I attended DePaul and am a season ticket holder. For some unknown reason, I have stuck with this program despite knowing how terrible it has become. Despite an excellent […]

The Rebirth of the DePaul Blue Demons

I’ve been a DePaul fan my whole life. I remember as a boy sitting with my father watching DePaul thrill the nation on WGN television. Coach Ray Meyer was a mentor to me, and his son Joey was a class […]

The State of the DePaul Blue Demons

For those of you that know me, you know that I am very critical of DePaul. I do not see this program through rose-colored glasses. I recognize how crappy we’ve been and am realistic about my expectations. So when I […]

University of Illinois’ Lack of Class Opens the Door for DePaul

The University of Illinois has always lacked class. From cheating to throwing players under the bus that do not want to attend the school, the latest in the saga of Jereme Richmond shows the lack of class out of Champaign. […]