Should the Georgetown Hoyas Be Ranked In the Top 25?
The Georgetown Hoyas managed to earn a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament last year, but they aren’t even ranked in the USA Today Coaches Poll to start the 2013-14 college basketball season. Should they be ranked? If Otto [...]
NCAA Tournament 2014: Florida’s Michael Frazier II Will Become a Star
The Florida Gators are the No. 1 team in college basketball. You could say they have had a successful season so far. Although they have one of the most well-rounded teams in the nation, one player is going to become [...]
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Atlantic Sun Championship: Can Seniors Lead Mercer To First NCAA Tournament Since 1985?
It will be a battle of recent success versus past success in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship Game on Sunday. The No. 1 seed Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (22-11) will be looking to make another appearance in the NCAA [...]
Michigan State Basketball Bounces Back With Win Over Iowa
Earlier this season, Michigan State was rolling and seemed prime for another Final Four run. But after injuries derailed a once-promising season, the Spartans hit rock bottom in a loss to Big Ten bottom feeder Illinois last Saturday. Then came Senior [...]
Villanova Wildcats Basketball Ready For March Madness After Win Over Xavier
Jay Wright and the Villanova Wildcats are ready for March Madness. After beating an inspired Xavier Musketeers squad at the Cintas Center 77-70, the Wildcats (27-3) are the Big East regular season champion and have a outside shot at clinching a no. 1 seed [...]
CI: NCAA Dunk of the Year Candidate
Nevada’s Deonte Burton has dazzled Wolf Pack fans during his career with monster jams. But this one from Wednesday night may be the top dunk of the year in college basketball.
2014 NCAA Basketball: Missouri vs. Tennessee Contest Saturday Is Essentially An Elimination Game
Since the Missouri Tigers defeated the Tennessee Volunteers at Mizzou Arena 75-70 on Feb. 15, the two teams have seemed to be headed in opposite directions. Following the game, the Tigers were considered a tournament team and the Volunteers were squarely on the bubble. [...]
Duke Basketball: Blue Devils’ Shooting Woes Are A Major Concern
Under coach Mike Krzyzewski, the Duke Blue Devils — especially in recent memory — are known for being a well-rounded offense that focuses on hitting open outside jumpers that rip the hearts out of opponents. That scheme has not worked [...]
Michigan State Basketball: Spartans Must Bounce Back Tonight Against Iowa Hawkeyes
To say that it has been a woeful past month for the Michigan State Spartans basketball team would be an understatement. Since their Jan. 25 matchup at home against their bitter rival Michigan Wolverines, the Spartans are 4-6. Because of [...]