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Has anyone else noticed that some of the non-conference tournament names are getting as ridiculous as the college football bowl names? Don’t get me wrong – one of the things I love about college basketball is that there are tons … Continue reading
As we approach the Selection Show and the three most exciting weeks in sports, I want to thank everyone who has read my blog this season. Once again, it has been a blast watching so much college basketball and putting … Continue reading
What did you think of the NCAA’s bracket preview yesterday? Nothing was too surprising to me. The two biggest questions on ESPN, on Twitter, and seemingly everywhere else college hoops was being discussed were how was Gonzaga the last 1 … Continue reading
Here’s a quick update as a big day of college hoops gets underway. As I wrote about on Wednesday night, we still have no clarity as we move towards the middle and bottom of the field. There are so many … Continue reading
Purdue vs. Maryland. Xavier vs. Creighton. The hometown Michigan Wolverines taking on the hated Ohio State Buckeyes. Kentucky vs. Florida. And in the marquee matchup of the day, Arizona travels to Oregon for a game that will definitely have NCAA … Continue reading
Here’s a quick update as we get ready for tonight’s showdown between Baylor and Kansas. This is the game of the year to this point, and I’ve been excited to watch it all week. With a fairly light schedule Monday … Continue reading
After another huge Saturday of college hoops, sandwiched between a smaller schedule on Friday and Sunday, the majority of the movement is around the bubble. Miami, with an impressive double-digit win over North Carolina, jumps back into the field as … Continue reading
After a weekend full of escapes by some of the top teams – UCLA winning by 1 at Utah and Baylor pulling away late at Kansas State come to mind – we don’t have much movement at the top. Most … Continue reading
I’m projecting that Oregon receives the final #1 seed over Michigan State, thanks to an overall stronger resume. Elsewhere in Michigan, the Wolverines are sweating it out today, and I think the results of the AAC title game will determine if Michigan is in or not. Click for more! Continue reading