Taylor Sturm

NCAAB Predictions For Wake Forest vs. Indiana

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons head to the 2015 Maui Invitational with hopes of upsetting No. 14 Indiana. Find out if they have what it takes. Read More

St. John's vs. Vanderbilt: Preview, Prediction

The Vanderbilt Commodores and St. John's Red Storm face off in the Maui Invitational. Read More

Old Dominion vs. Purdue: Game Preview, Prediction

The Old Dominion Monarchs are the favorite for C-USA, and Purdue is the No. 21 ranked underdog in the Big 10. Only one will remain undefeated on Saturday. Read More

North Florida vs. Louisville Preview, Prediction

The Louisville Cardinals have won easy games to start the season, but they will get one of the best mid-majors in college basketball, the North Florida Ospreys, next. Read More

Boise State vs. Arizona: CBB Preview, Prediction

The Arizona Wildcats enter the season outside of the top 10 for the first time in a long time, but can make a statement on Thursday night with a win over Boise State. Read More

Miami vs. Mississippi State Preview, Prediction

The Miami Hurricanes entered the season as a potential top 25 team, but they must prove it against competition better than ULL. They will get that chance against Mississippi State on Thursday. Read More

Temple vs. Minnesota: CBB Preview, Prediction

The 2015 Puerto Rico Tip-Off begins with Temple vs. Minnesota. Who comes out on top? Read More

Utah vs. Texas Tech: CBB Preview, Prediction

The Utah Utes are a top 25 team in the nation, whereas Texas Tech is one of the teams picked to finish at the bottom of the Big 12. Can the Red Raiders pull off the biggest upset of the season? Read More

Indiana vs. Creighton: CBB Preview, Prediction

The Creighton Bluejays and Indiana Hoosiers have blown out much weaker opponents to start the season, but that all changes Thursday night as they face each other in Assembly Hall. Read More

Paris Attacks Dim College Basketball's Opening Day

The 2015-16 college basketball season started on Friday, but the horrific attacks in Paris showed us that there are far more important things than college basketball. Read More