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Harvard Basketball Wins Ivy League, First Team In NCAA Tournament
A dominant first half was all it took for the Harvard Crimson and head coach Tommy Amaker to cruise by Ivy League rival Yale and book their ticket to this year’s NCAA tournament. Granted, Yale needed to win this and their […]
New Mexico Basketball Will Be Very Dangerous Team In NCAA Tournament
The New Mexico Lobos are on a roll. After tonight’s victory over the Air Force Falcons, they have now won six consecutive games and have the look of a team poised to do great damage in the upcoming NCAA tournament. […]
2014 NCAA Tournament: 5 Players Who Can Single-Handedly Carry Their Teams To Long Tournament Runs
Bracketology: Dr. Suess’ Wackiness Hits March Madness
Today, March 2, is Dr. Suess’ birthday, and the children’s book author’s version of “Wacky Wednesday” hit NCAA Men’s College Basketball this week. Theodor Suess Geissel, better known as Dr. Suess, was born on March 2, 1902 and passed away […]
NCAA Basketball: Hey Refs, How ‘Bout A Little Consistency?
I am sitting here watching the Kentucky Wildcats play the South Carolina Gamecocks, and John Calipari just got his second technical and was ejected from the game. Calipari probably wanted to get kicked out and it just so happened the Wildcats […]