Belmont heads into the tournament as an 11 seed facing Temple in a First Four game on Tuesday. They received an at large bid after going 26-5, with a 16-2 record in conference play. Belmont’s best wins are vs Lipscomb, at Lipscomb, at UCLA, and at Murray State. The Bruins also lost a game at … Continue reading Is Belmont This Year’s Cinderella Story?
When you think of SEC what comes to mind? When I think of SEC I always think of College football. Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State, etc. The SEC has always been a "Football" conference, but now it looks like the SEC is about to take over basketball as well. 7 SEC teams have made the … Continue reading SEC Teams In March Madness!
All season long, we've talked about how weak of a conference the PAC-12 has been this year. We anticipated that the only way the PAC-12 would get more than one team in, would be to have a team other than the Washington Huskies win the PAC-12 Tournament. Well, obviously, the Oregon Ducks defeated the Washington … Continue reading PAC-12 Teams in the Big Dance
NDSU vs NC Central NC Central ended the season with a MEAC Conference Title but will face the North Dakota State Bison who are representing the Big Summit Conference. Both will play in the First 4 part of the Tournament. I have the Bison coming out with the win here. Duke Preview Duke coming into … Continue reading (1) Duke vs (16) NC Central/NDSU Preview
Quentin Grimes was an elite 5 star recruit coming into the season. In high school he earned the description of a great shooter that also could attack the rim. Kansas was scheduled to play a deep Michigan State team for their first game. Scoring would be inevitable for both of those teams but a question … Continue reading What is Wrong with Quentin Grimes?
The sophomore guard, usually recognized for his defensive skills, erupted for 20 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block, and 3 steals. Garrett stepped up to the free throw stripe to attempt 2 shots with 5 seconds left. Prior to these attempts, Garrett was 0-2 from the line on the night. Garrett’s first free throw … Continue reading Kansas rides behind Marcus Garrett’s 20 points, KU defeats Texas 80-78
Roosevelt Smart drives on a UTSA defender in the 76-74 loss After not losing a game since November 27, 2018, the Mean Green lost a big conference game at The Convocation in San Antonio. The Mean Green move to 16-2 4-1, and UTSA moves to 10-7 3-0 in conference. Preview: This was a very under … Continue reading Recap of UNT’s Loss to UTSA
Kansas defeats Baylor 73-68 despite Baylor's late game surge. Kansas began the game on a dominant 18-2 run looking sharp in all aspects. The Jayhawks defense was stellar, and shots were falling consistently. After the first 12 minutes of the game, Kansas allowed Baylor guard Jared Butler to knock down three shots from behind the … Continue reading Kansas closes out Baylor
Yesterday was a wild day in the Conference USA in Mens basketball. With the top team going down at the buzzer, Western blowing another big lead, and UTEP shocking the Rice Owls at the buzzer. Final scores: UNT 74 UTSA 76 That is UNT’s first conference loss and second overall loss. UTSA sits atop of … Continue reading Yesterday’s final scores around the C-USA
Tomorrow, the UCLA Bruins will look to accomplish something in Murry Bartow's first PAC-12 road trip which they only accomplished three times during the five-plus years that Steve Alford was in charge. The Bruins will look to complete a PAC-12 road sweep. Obviously, UCLA almost wasn't in this position to begin with before Thursday night's … Continue reading UCLA v. Oregon State Preview