Things That Make Me Ponder

Why doesn’t the ESPN dress code apply to Bob Knight?So, I’m watching the Jimmy V Classic and I have an “one of these things is not like the others” moment during the delay between the ending of the Davidson, West Virginia game and the start of the Texas, Villanova game. Bob Knight is on my […]

Overrated Blue Devils lose to Michigan in rematch

Saturday in Crisler Arena the Duke Blue Devils lost 81-73 in a early season rematch to the Michigan Wolverines, a team they beat 71-56 in the 2K Sports Classic Final earlier this season. Thus far, Michigan has beat 2 top 5 teams this season.(Duke,UCLA) Ranked at #4, the Blue Devils ,with its first loss, are […]

The Winner of this year’s ACC Invitational is….The ACC

Was there ever any doubt who would win? I guess the Wisconsin win and the upset that Ohio State pulled off gave Big Teners some hope, but deep down, they knew what the outcome would be. I will say that the Big Ten actually held their own this year, but I doubt the original idea […]

The ACC Invitational is tied after day 2

After Wisconsin’s victory on Monday, the ACC pulled even with the Big Ten by winning 3 out of the 5 games on the second day of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Here’s a quick recap. Boston College 57 Iowa 55In the night’s JV game, the Boston College Eagles gave the ACC it’s first victory in this […]

Top 10 Worst Dressed Coaches

Recently it seems that anytime I’m watching anything sports related and a coach graces the screen, I find myself laughing uncontrollably. Whether it’s a game or an interview, I always find humor in many of the coaches these days. Why, you ask? Because many coaches are horrible dressers! I’m sure I could give you a […]

Love Cupcakes? Go Play for Duke!

That’s right parents. If your kids love cupcakes and they can flop when an opposing player comes down the lane, then there’s a spot for them in the Duke University basketball program. Just check out the abundance of cupcakes that Duke has in store for your youngster: Presbyterian Georgia Southern Rhode Island Montana Duquesne UNC […]

Come on Billy! Bleak times for Wildcat Nation

Last season, it only took Billy Gillespie two games to realize that he wasn’t at Texas A&M anymore. After losing to Gardner Webb early into his first season as the Wildcats head coach, the scrutiny immediately began. Not unlike last year Gillespie was unable to beat another inferior program to begin the 2008-09 season. Kentucky […]

So long Lute

At 74 years of age and 24 years as the Arizona Wildcats head men’s basketball coach, 34 years total, Lute Olson has finally decided to retire. Allegedly Olson is physically unable to continue, but an illness has not been confirmed. When asked his reasons for retiring, Olson answered, “At this stage in my life, I […]

Tar Heels back on top

The North Carolina Tar Heels will start the season ranked #1 in the AP poll and are the early favorites to win the National Championship. All five starters are returning for the 2008-09 season, led by the reigning National Player of the Year, PF Tyler Hansbrough. Coach Roy Williams led the team to a 36-3 […]

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