Andy Enfield Has USC Going In The Right Direction

Andy Enfield USC

To say Andy Enfield had a rough first season at USC would be an understatement. The Trojans struggled to a 11-21 record while going 2-16 in the competitive Pac-12. Enfield was hired late by USC, so he had to play the players who were already on […]

Top 5 UCLA Players In The NBA

UCLA Players In The NBA

UCLA Projected Lineup For 2015 Season

UCLA Projected Starting Line Up Steve Alford

5 Teams That Don’t Belong in the Sweet 16


2014 NCAA Tournament Preview: No. 4 UCLA vs. No. 12 Stephen F. Austin

Stephen F. Austin NCAA Tournament

With senior guard Desmond Haymon’s improbable four-point play late in the second half of Friday night’s game against No. 5 seed VCU shifting the momentum of the game, Stephen F. Austin escaped with a 77-75 overtime victory to become the third No. 12 seed […]

NCAA Tournament: 5 Reasons Why You Should Trust President Obama’s Bracket

Barack Obama

Vanderbilt vs. Mississippi State: The Bulldogs End Long Losing Streak

Mississippi State SEC Tournament

The Mississippi State Bulldogs started SEC play with three wins in their first five games, but they went into their first conference tournament game Wednesday night against Vanderbilt with a 13-18 overall record and looking to end a 13-game losing streak. Both teams needed […]

2014 Big 10 Tournament Preview: Minnesota vs. Penn State

Minnesota Golden Gophers Big 10 Tournament

The Minnesota Golden Gophers are firmly on the NCAA Tournament bubble with a 19-12 record (8-10 in the Big 10), so a nice run in the conference tournament is vital to their chances to earn a spot in the field […]

5 Things Illinois Basketball Must Do to Make the 2014 NCAA Tournament


5 Things BYU Basketball Must Do to Make the 2014 NCAA Tournament


5 Things SMU Basketball Must Do to Make the 2014 NCAA Tournament


Villanova Might Be Most Surprising Unbeaten in College Basketball After Win over Rival St. Joseph’s


There are rivalries like the Iron Bowl in football between Auburn and Alabama, but there is nothing in college sports quite like the  college basketball “Holy War” between Catholic universities four miles apart on Route 30 in Philadelphia featuring Villanova […]