Home » Archives by category » Sports » College Sports » March Madness

Final Four Preview

Final Four Preview

College basketball is ready to celebrate the last four teams standing in the NCAA tournament in its final weekend of play in Indianapolis. This season’s Final Four consists of two great matchups with four historically great teams and four of the best coaches in all of the sport ready to battle for a chance at […]

Duke and Michigan State Grab Last Two Final Four Spots

Duke and Michigan State Grab Last Two Final Four Spots

Two of the four spots in the Final Four have already been claimed by Kentucky and Wisconsin and Michigan State and Duke grabbed the last two in the last two regional finals. The Spartans were pushed to overtime by Louisville and the Blue Devils came out victorious over the Bulldogs of Gonzaga. In the East […]

Sweet 16 Preview

Sweet 16 Preview

The first weekend of the NCAA tournament is full of buzzer beaters, upsets and unpredictable outcomes. Now that the tournament is slimmed down to just 16 teams the games become even more intense because every remaining team now feels they have a legitimate shot at cutting down the nets in Indianapolis come April 6th. Now […]

Danny Manning Hired to Coach Wake Forest

Danny Manning Hired to Coach Wake Forest

Former Kansas and NBA standout Danny Manning has been hired to coach the Wake Forest Demon Deacons men’s basketball team after two seasons as the head man at Tulsa. He finished his coaching career with the Golden Hurricane 38-29 overall and 13-3 in Conference USA. Manning will replace Jeff Bzdelik, who was dismissed after four […]

Coach Kevin Ollie Has UConn Huskies Poised for Final Four Upset

Coach Kevin Ollie Has UConn Huskies Poised for Final Four Upset

Coach Kevin Ollie has his UConn Huskies poised for the upset of top-ranked Florida in Saturday’s Final Four semifinal showdown. His team topped the Gators during the regular season and with senior All-American G Shabazz Napier leading the way, seventh-seeded UConn could become the highest seed to win the National Championship since Villanova did it […]

For UCONN Huskies Shabazz Napier Staying in School Is Paying Dividends

For UCONN Huskies Shabazz Napier Staying in School Is Paying Dividends

For UCONN Huskies senior Shabazz Napier, the decision to stay in school is paying dividends. The 22-year-old guard has carried his team to the Final Four at a time when basketball players finishing out their college careers usually means a future in the NBA is out of the equation. Napier, however, is one of just a […]

NCAA Womens Final Four Preview: Connecticut Huskies vs Stanford Cardinal

NCAA Womens Final Four Preview: Connecticut Huskies vs Stanford Cardinal

Connecticut meets Stanford in the Final Four’s second game of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament in Nashville, TN Sunday. The Cardinal advanced last night with a 74-65 win over North Carolina while Connecticut played their way in with a 69-54 victory defeat of Texas A&M Monday night. UConn enters the game with a record of […]

NCAA Womens Final Four Preview: Notre Dame vs Maryland

NCAA Womens Final Four Preview: Notre Dame vs Maryland

Notre Dame meets Maryland in the Final Four’s first game of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament in Nashville, TN Sunday. The two played previously this season with the undefeated Fighting Irish claiming victory 87-83 back in January. Notre Dame enters the game with a record of 36-0 on the season and 18-0 in Atlantic Coast Conference […]

Kentucky Wildcats Julius Randle Might Be One Championship and Done

Kentucky Wildcats Julius Randle Might Be One Championship and Done

Kentucky Wildcats freshman sensation Julius Randle is likely done and headed to the NBA after just one season, but it might be with the National Championship in hand. With every NCAA Tournament win, Randle’s  team—as well as his NBA Draft stock—are surging. For all the criticism the one-and-done era at Kentucky has attracted, a second national […]

Wisconsin Badgers Frank Kaminsky Is Teams Heart and Soul

Wisconsin Badgers Frank Kaminsky Is Teams Heart and Soul

The Wisconsin Badgers are in the Final Four for the first time in fourteen years and for no bigger reason than junior Frank Kaminsky—the team’s heart and soul. The seven-foot forward has transformed himself from a minimal secondary player in his first two seasons at Wisconsin into a feature attraction and he is relishing the […]

Andrew Wiggins Declares for NBA Draft

Andrew Wiggins Declares for NBA Draft

Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins surprised no one today when he announced that he will be declaring for the 2014 NBA draft. His potential as an NBA player has had NBA scouts and general managers salivating at the chance to draft this potential franchise player. Since before he even stepped on the campus of Kansas it […]

NCAA Final Four Preview: Wisconsin Badgers vs Kentucky Wildcats

NCAA Final Four Preview:  Wisconsin Badgers vs Kentucky Wildcats

When Wisconsin and Kentucky meet in the second semi-final game of the NCAA Final Four in Dallas on Saturday it will be a study in contrasts. In fact it seems the only thing these teams have in common is that they are both in the Final Four. The Kentucky Wildcats began as the pre-season number-one in […]

Page 1 of 6123Next ›Last »

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Quantcast