Roy Williams Would Like For Carolina Fans To Keep Their Calls To Themselves During His Radio Show

I can’t say that I’m an expert when it comes to sports talk radio, but I’m pretty sure that I have the concept down. I’ll walk through my understanding of it just to be sure. – Host or guest gives his analysis of a certain subject or game– Callers call in and give their opinion […]

In The Wake Of Bruce Pearl’s Suspension, Brandy Pearl Takes To Facebook To Compare Her Husband To Jesus

Last Friday, the SEC announced that they had decided to suspend Tennessee Volunteers coach Bruce Pearl for the first eight conference games due to NCAA violations. A mere two days later, Pearl’s wife, Brandy Pearl took to her to Facebook account to show her support for her husband. And, um, compare his to Jesus. Yep, […]

Let’s Start The Week By Watching Texas A&M President, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Teach The Kids How To ‘Dougie’

As much as I dislike this whole “dougie” phenomenon, I like it a little more when a university president tries his hand at it. And that’s exactly what Texas A&M president, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin did at the Aggies’ midnight madness event. Via Jersey Chaser

Karen Sypher Found Guilty

The extortion saga between Louisville coach, Rick Pitino and gal pal Karen Sypher has finally come to an end. And it’s an ending that Karen Sypher can’t be too happy about, seeing as though she was convicted of all six counts in her extortion case. Karen Sypher was found guilty Thursday by a Louisville federal […]

John Wooden Has Passed Away

The sports world lost an icon today as legendary UCLA coach, John Wooden has passed away. Legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, whose teams won seven consecutive NCAA championships and had a record winning streak of 88 games, died Friday. He was 99. RIP John Wooden.UCLA’s famed coach John Wooden dies at age 99 (LA […]

NCAA Hits UConn Men’s Basketball With 8 Violations

After a 15 month investigation by the NCAA and the resignation of assistant coach Patrick Sellers and director of basketball operations Beau Archibald, word now comes that the UConn men’s basketball team has been hit with 8 violations. No word yet on the possible punishments. STORRS, Conn.(AP)—The University of Connecticut says the NCAA has found […]

Let’s Start The Day With A Little Guy Dunking On A Bigger Guy

Phil Pressey is a 5’10 point guard who will play his college ball at the University of Missouri. Tony Mitchell is a 6’8 small forward who will also play his college ball at the University of Missouri. They both played in the TABC Allstar Game in San Antonio, Texas. And what occurred will undoubtedly haunt […]

Report: UConn Men’s Basketball To Be Hit With Recruiting Violations

Jim Calhoun and The UConn men’s basketball team has had a rough last year. Personally, Jim Calhoun has had to deal with health issues and the team is coming off of an 18-16 season. With the uncertainty of Calhoun’s future hovering and their recent struggles in recruiting, things aren’t looking good in Storrs. But things […]

Billy Gillispie Wants Back On The Circuit

With Greg McDermott leaving Iowa State for Creighton, the Cyclones now have the task of searching for a new head coach. Former Texas A&M coach, former Kentucy coach, former DUI all star, Billy Gillispie wants to make Iowa State’s search a little easier. He’s giving them the chance to just hire him. [Billy] Gillispie is […]

NCAA set to expand tournament to 68 teams -$$$$

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is about to get a little bigger. A recommendation has been made that the tournament be expanded from 65 to 68 teams starting in 2011. Also a $10.8B deal has been reached with CBS and Turner Broadcasting that will enable fans to see each game live. This deal was brokered […]