Conference Tournament Previews Pt. 1:

Championship Week(s) started last night as the Atlantic Sun Championship got underway. Today, we’ll preview a few mid-major tournaments that get started early this week. ATLANTIC SUN: Before the season started, Florida Gulf Coast was the heavy favorite to win the league title and while the Eagles did win the regular season crown outright, theyContinue reading “Conference Tournament Previews Pt. 1:”

Mid-Major Update

    Here’s an Update on three teams that have been playing well recently. Saint Mary’s had a disappointing time in the Wooden Legacy tournament earlier this season. The Gaels went 1-2 as they lost games to Washington St and Georgia. They have been on cruise control ever since. They’re 18-2 and 7-0 in league play – alreadyContinue reading “Mid-Major Update”

Zach Johnson and Brandon Goodwin Lead FGCU to 98-87 win

Florida Gulf Coast (FGCU) senior guards Brandon Goodwin and Zach Johnson proved why they are all-conference selections in game one as they combined for 48 points in a 98-87 win over Illinois St. “Those two guards are so good and they just keep attacking,” Illinois St head coach Dan Muller said after the game. “IContinue reading “Zach Johnson and Brandon Goodwin Lead FGCU to 98-87 win”

Westwood Rising

      All year long, Steve Alford has been brewing something in Los Angeles. The embattled coach has had a superb bounce back season for UCLA. That was no more evident then on Saturday night as the Bruins took down the Arizona Wildcats in Tucson. UCLA’s resurgence can be attributed to freshman sensation LonzoContinue reading “Westwood Rising”

Stetson Blows Late Lead in Loss to Florida Gulf Coast

View this post on Instagram Florida Gulf Coast 89 Stetson 88. WILD 2nd half. Stetson pulled a Georgetown by losing a game it led by 8 with 1:20 left. A post shared by George Barnette (@bracketvilleusa) on Jan 7, 2017 at 4:41pm PST The Stetson Hatters (7-10) had the Florida Gulf Coast (FGCU) Eagles right whereContinue reading “Stetson Blows Late Lead in Loss to Florida Gulf Coast”

BRACKETOLOGY: Sunday March 10, 2013 (Welcome Florida Gulf Coast, Harvard, Belmont)

Last Four In: Boise St, Virginia, Tennessee, La Salle Last Four Out: Kentucky, Mississippi, Iowa, Alabama MIDWEST 1.Indiana16.Northeastern/Southern Dayton, OH 8.Wichita St9.San Diego St 5.Pittsburgh12.Saint Mary’s  Austin 4.Oklahoma St13.Louisiana Tech 6.VCU11.Minnesota Austin 3.Florida14.Valparaiso 7.Memphis10.Oklahoma Philadelphia 2.Georgetown15.Niagara SOUTH 1.Louisville16.Charleston Southern/Long Island  Lexington, KY 8.NC State9.Illinois 5.UCLA12.Tennesse/Boise St  Salt Lake City 4.Kansas St13.Bucknell 6.Butler11.Colorado Dayton, OH 3.Ohio St14.Stephen F. Austin 7.UNLV10.Villanova Lexington,Continue reading “BRACKETOLOGY: Sunday March 10, 2013 (Welcome Florida Gulf Coast, Harvard, Belmont)”

Sons of Westwood

The rumors of UCLA’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.  Early in the season it looked bleak for UCLA after struggling to beat Georgia and losing to Cal Poly.  The Bruins chemistry looked shoddy and they were working to incorporate Shabazz Muhammad into the lineup. Now the Bruins are tied for first in the Pac-12 andContinue reading “Sons of Westwood”