College Basketball

A Quick Look into Anthony Davis’ Future

Well, hopefully he invests in some braces.. but what’s more heinous for Davis than he three rows of bottom teeth is that he will be playing for the Charlotte Bobcats next year. The Bobcats have been phenomenal at one thing this season, losing. They have been absolutely atrocious this season winning just 7 of their […]

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More than a Number: Tyshawn Taylor

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University of Illinois Isn’t Too Smart

The two most popular sports in the Big10 are undoubtedly football and basketball.  Illinois hasn’t been doing to well at either of them.  Halfway through the season it became obvious that Ron Zook was going to be fired, and with the basketball teams’ woeful season, Coach Bruce Weber shared his colleagues same fate.  Tim Beckman […]

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Broad Overview of the Weekend Rounds

The madness has arrived in full force this year.  Not only is it seventy degrees outside, but also with the NCAA tournament occurring, productivity is seeing a drastic decrease.  With the Sweet Sixteen round set, as usual, the bracket busters have wasted zero time in destroying the dream of a perfect bracket.  The biggest upsets […]

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Welcome to National Vasectomy Day

If there was ever a day to have a pair of scissors near male genitalia today would be the day.  Today, which so happens to be the beginning of the NCAA tournament, surgeons see the most amount of males than any other day for this particular procedure.  Why, do you ask?  You get two days […]

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First Look at the Madness

JB and I will collaborate on a LezBeHonest NCAA Bracket before Thursday, but with the brackets being revealed today, here are my initial thoughts on the tournament this year.  You won’t here much argument from me in terms of the tournament “snubs”; honestly, the committee who created the bracket this year were right on the […]

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And the College Player of the Year Is…

This morning the sixteen finalists were announced for the Wooden Award, given to the most outstanding player in college basketball.  Last year’s award went to BYU guard Jimmer Fredette, and although there are plenty of stud guards in the NCAA this year, the award is a two-horse race between power forwards.  Junior, Thomas Robinson from […]

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