Weekend Bracket: Feb. 28 – Mar. 1

Last Four In: Stanford, Tulsa, UCLA, Illinois Last Four Out: Pittsburgh, Texas, Boise St, Old Dominion This bracket is good for games through 2/27 MIDWEST 1.Kentucky16.North Florida/Bucknell Louisville 8.Iowa9.Temple 5.Louisville12.Stephen F. Austin Columbus 4.Wichita St13.Harvard 6.West Virginia11.Texas A&M Portland 3.Utah14.Eastern Washington 7.Providence10.Purdue Omaha 2.Kansas15.William & Mary WEST 1.Arizona16.New Mexico St Portland 8.NC State9.Georgia 5.SMU12.Wofford JacksonvilleContinue reading “Weekend Bracket: Feb. 28 – Mar. 1”

Three’s Company

There’s a team in California that no one is talking about. This team not only plays after most of the country is asleep, it doesn’t even play on TV. The UC Davis Aggies are 21-4 and 11-1 in the Big West and it’s in large part because they’re the best in the nation in three-point shooting percentage. Senior guardContinue reading “Three’s Company”

Razor Sharp

The college basketball world has its eyes focused on Kentucky in the SEC, but it’s another team in that league that has quietly been having an outstanding season. The Arkansas Razorbacks have begun to distance themselves from everyone in the league not named Kentucky. With play reminiscent of the Nolan Richardson days, the Razorbacks play anContinue reading “Razor Sharp”

The Biggest Cats in the Valley

The country has been so enamored with Wichita St over the past three years that it overlooked a program that has been among the most successful in the Missouri Valley in the past decade. That is no longer an issue as Northern Iowa has staked its claim as the team to beat in the MVC. As in mostContinue reading “The Biggest Cats in the Valley”

Ute Nation

It was apparent last season that Larry Krystkowiak was on to something. However, no one knew he was on to this. The Utah Utes have staked their claim as one of the premier teams out west and it’s because of the talent they can roll out there. The Utes are led by do everything guard DelonContinue reading “Ute Nation”