Category Archives: College Basketball
atching hours of basketball a night the past two weeks, there is one major thing that is sticking out to me: the inability for teams to close games. Now with that statement, all of you are going to point back to the Duke-Carolina game from last night, in which the Tar Heels
Waking up every morning before dawn, many at the Mansfield YMCA see a legend in the making. In the wee hours of the morning, before most people start their day, one man, and one dream are in the making. After graduating with the class of 2010 at Central Crossing High School, Mansfield YMCA PF/C Jason Morrow has surpassed unlikely odds to get to the position he is in now.
In a crazy week of sports that involves championship weeekend in the NFL, Cavs-Lakers in the NBA and arbitration in Major League Baseball, here a few interesting facts that are products of this week.
After dominating the NBA for 19 years, and being the all-time leader in points scored, this is one defender Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hasn’t faced before. On Monday, he told the AP that he was diagnosed with a rare form of
Nine years ago, my second-favorite college coach of all-time was fired by then-IU president Myles Brand for breaking a “no-tolerance” policy. But as of today, IU has chosen Bob Knight to be inducted into their sports Hall Of Fame this fall. Others inducted will be: Steve Downing (basketball, 1972-73) Katrin Koch (women’s track, 1989-92),
In my mind, I’m pretty clear when it comes to now-Kentucky coach John Calipari being slimier than I thought. Today, the NCAA Committee on Infractions ruled that Memphis will be forced to vacate its 2007-2008 games, including all records pertaining to their national championship game run, a game in which they were defeated in overtime by Kansas. This comes after the news came about that
Here on BtBS, I am going to create a different top 5 list about anything in sports (ex. best college stadium, best player in 2005, etc.). But starting off this inagural week, the first top five has that inaugural theme.
I didn’t get a chance to watch the NCAA Division II title all the way through yesterday since I was at the state tourney, but I had it DVR’ed and watched it in its entirety today. I knew Findlay (36-0) had won, but I had not seen the Oilers play yet this year, and heard it was a great finish. I know one of Findlay’s players personally,