Are New Mexico State Aggies In A Free Fall?
The Arizona Wildcats started their reign as the new no. 1 team in the country this week. The Wildcats have not been on top of the college basketball world since 2003. The first contender to try and knock the Wildcats were the […]
Yale Bulldogs Ruin Golden Opportunity In Ivy League Race
The Ivy League remains the only conference in the nation without a postseason tournament. That means it’s all or nothing during the regular season. No miracle four-wins-in-four-days for these guys. It’s your body of work that counts, and that’s it. […]
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Wisconsin Basketball Is Very Much In Play For No. 1 Seed in The NCAA Tournament
The Wisconsin Badgers stormed out of the gates to start the 2013-14 college basketball season 16-0. That terrific start, the best in school history, took them all the way up to the No. 3 ranking in the Associated Press Poll. […]
NCAA Tournament 2014: North Carolina Central Deserves More Love
I understand the situation all too well. It gets hashed and rehashed year after year. The traditionally small conferences get one team and one team only in the NCAA Tournament. That’s the drill, so deal with it. Not only do […]
The Unfortunate Case of Middle Tennessee State
The Blue Raiders of Middle Tennessee State don’t invoke much excitement with a majority of the college basketball community. Only two players from the 24,000-student university in the thriving metropolis of Murfreesboro have ever graced a court in the NBA. […]
Saint Louis Survives Dogfight To Remain Undefeated In Conference
Mid-Majors have garnered more respect in recent years due to their productivity and storybook runs in the NCAA tournament, but is the increased attention on prominent mid-major programs actually a detriment come tournament time? The Saint Louis Billikens are among […]