BRACKETOLOGY: Tuesday November 5, 2019. Welcome to the Season.

LAST FOUR IN: San Diego St, Texas, Notre Dame, Dayton LAST FOUR OUT: Indiana, Alabama, Arizona St, Kansas St NEXT FOUR OUT: South Carolina, Syracuse, Rhode Island, BYU MIDWEST 1.Michigan St16.Grambling/Sacred Heart Cleveland 8.LSU9.Colorado 5.Memphis12.Vermont Spokane 4.Gonzaga13.Toledo 6.Mississippi St11.Oklahoma St Albany, NY 3.Villanova14.Colgate 7.Davidson10.Penn St St. Louis 2.Louisville15.South Alabama WEST 1.Kansas16.Rider Omaha 8.NC State9.USC 5.Purdue12.HarvardContinue reading “BRACKETOLOGY: Tuesday November 5, 2019. Welcome to the Season.”

Banged-up UCF Pulls away from Mercer in 88-79 win

Neither Mercer nor the injury bug could stop UCF on Friday night as the Knights used a big second half to pull away from the Bears in a 88-79 win at CFE Arena. Redshirt junior guard Aubrey Dawkins announced last week that he would be missing the season. Then starting junior center Tacko Fall wasContinue reading “Banged-up UCF Pulls away from Mercer in 88-79 win”

Welcome to the 2017-2018 season

Finally, we can stop talking about FBI investigations, suspensions and shoplifting in China and move on to basketball. Well, maybe not, but at least there are games tonight. This FBI investigation is going to hover over the season in a major way because Arizona and USC (more on these two below) have Final Four aspirations whileContinue reading “Welcome to the 2017-2018 season”

Winning at All Costs is the Norm

Today’s news that rocked the college basketball world isn’t surprising to anyone who’s paid attention to the sport for a long period of time. Rumors and innuendos of players getting money under the table have gone on for years. Assistant coaches from Arizona, USC, Oklahoma St, and Auburn were charged along with a handler, financialContinue reading “Winning at All Costs is the Norm”

Virginia Goes Small to Win NCAA Opener

Senior guard London Perrantes scored 24 and junior guard Marial Shayok scored 23 for the No. 5 Virginia Cavaliers (23-10) as they defeated the UNC-Wilmington Seahawks (29-6) 76-71 in a first-round NCAA tournament game in Orlando. “That’s March Madness,” Virginia head coach Tony Bennett said. “That’s what it is with the way were down andContinue reading “Virginia Goes Small to Win NCAA Opener”

Maryland Faces Rejuvenated Xavier Squad

ORLANDO-The No. 6 Maryland Terrapins (24-8) are preparing to face a No. 11 Xavier Musketeer (21-13) squad that appears to have regrouped after a rough February. “You see a much more confident team,” Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon said about his first-round opponent. They were much more efficient on both ends of the floor, IContinue reading “Maryland Faces Rejuvenated Xavier Squad”

UNCW Coach Kevin Keatts is on the Rise

ORLANDO-When the No. 12 UNC-Wilmington Seahawks face off against the No. 5 Virginia Cavaliers in first round action, the spotlight might be brightest on the Seahawk bench as head coach Kevin Keatts is a rising star in collegiate coaching. The attention on Keatts stems from how quickly he turned around the program in Wilmington. InContinue reading “UNCW Coach Kevin Keatts is on the Rise”

BRACKETOLOGY: Sunday March 12, 2017 PM (Welcome Princeton, Rhode Island, Kentucky, Troy, Michigan, SMU)

Last Four In: USC, Xavier, Marquette, Wake Forest Last Four Out: Syracuse, Illinois St, Cal, Iowa EAST 1.Villanova(BEast)16.UC Davis(BWest)/Jacksonville St(OVC) Buffalo 8.Dayton9.Miami(Fl) 5.Purdue12.Marquette/USC Indianapolis 4.Iowa St(B12)13.Vermont(AEast) 6.Michigan(B10)11.Vanderbilt Salt Lake City 3.Oregon14.Northern Kentucky(HORIZON) 7.Creighton10.Michigan St Greenville 2.Duke(ACC)15.Texas Southern(SWAC) SOUTH 1.North Carolina16.Mount St. Mary’s(NEC) Greenville 8.Saint Mary’s9.VCU 5.Virginia12.UNC-Wilmington(CAA) MIlwaukee 4.SMU(AAC)13.East Tennessee St(SoCon) 6.Florida11.Nevada(MWest) Sacramento 3.UCLA14.New Mexico St(WAC)Continue reading “BRACKETOLOGY: Sunday March 12, 2017 PM (Welcome Princeton, Rhode Island, Kentucky, Troy, Michigan, SMU)”

BRACKETOLOGY: Sunday March 12, 2017 AM (Welcome Vermont, North Carolina Central, Texas Southern, Villanova, Nevada, Iowa St, Kent St, New Orleans, Middle Tennessee St, Duke, North Dakota, Arizona, UC Davis, New Mexico St)

Last Four In: Wake Forest, Xavier, Syracuse, Rhode Island Last Four Out: USC, Illinois St, Cal, Iowa EAST 1.Villanova(BEast)16.Jacksonville St(OVC)/South Dakota St(Summit) Buffalo 8.Dayton9.Miami(Fl) 5.Purdue12.Xavier/Syracuse Indianapolis 4.Iowa St(B12)13.Vermont(AEast) 6.Michigan11.Vanderbilt Salt Lake City 3.Oregon14.Northern Kentucky(HORIZON) 7.Creighton10.Michigan St Greenville 2.Duke(ACC)15.Texas Southern(SWAC) SOUTH 1.North Carolina16.Mount St. Mary’s(NEC) Greenville 8.Saint Mary’s9.VCU 5.Virginia12.UNC-Wilmington(CAA) MIlwaukee 4.SMU13.East Tennessee St(SoCon) 6.Florida11.Nevada(MWest) Sacramento 3.UCLA14.NewContinue reading “BRACKETOLOGY: Sunday March 12, 2017 AM (Welcome Vermont, North Carolina Central, Texas Southern, Villanova, Nevada, Iowa St, Kent St, New Orleans, Middle Tennessee St, Duke, North Dakota, Arizona, UC Davis, New Mexico St)”

BRACKETOLOGY: Saturday March 11, 2017

Last Four In: Xavier, Marquette, Syracuse, Rhode Island Last Four Out: USC, Illinois St, Cal, Iowa This bracket is good for games through 3/10 EAST 1.Villanova16.North Carolina Central/Jacksonville St(OVC) Buffalo 8.Arkansas9.Virginia Tech 5.Purdue12.UNC-Wilmington(CAA) Orlando 4.Florida St13.Princeton 6.Creighton11.Wake Forest Salt Lake City 3.UCLA14.East Tennessee St(SoCon) 7.Maryland10.South Carolina Tulsa 2.Baylor15.Northern Kentucky(Horizon) SOUTH 1.North Carolina16.North Dakota Greenville 8.SaintContinue reading “BRACKETOLOGY: Saturday March 11, 2017”