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Day No. 1 of the NCAA Tournament featured a lot of buzzer-beaters and a lot of upsets, so how is everyone’s bracket so far? Games that came down to the last possession were Butler over Old Dominion, Kentucky over Princeton, Moorehead State over Louisville and Temple over Penn State. In case you were one of [...]
By now, most basketball fans have seen or heard about the open letter written by Michelle Peralta to the BYU student newspaper, The Daily Universe, in which she asked why Fredette was worthy of such praise: I can’t walk across campus without hearing Jimmer Fredette’s name a dozen times. His name comes up everywhere: in class, at [...]
College sports, no matter the specific arena, has hordes of fabulous traditions. Forever part of the allure, charm and embrace-ability of collegiate athletics are those traditions, correct? So, knowing that, the video below is pretty sweet. Said traditions extend with pride beyond the Division I level, too, though they rarely get a feature piece written [...]
Also, what’s the latest injury hampering the Boilermakers? … A player sues a hospital over an amputated leg … How Pat Summitt ruined the best thing about women’s basketball … Prepping for Jimmer Fredette’s Homecoming game, and more …
far, Jackson Emery is looking good.
The BYU junior predicted the Cougars wouldn’t lose a game this regular season, and after a couple of close calls at the South Padre Invitational over the weekend, he’s still in the clear.
Brigham Young is now 7-0 after Noah Hartsock and Jimmer Fredette came up clutch in the waning seconds of their team’s game against South Florida and Saint Mary’s. Video of both game-winners inside.
This is a work of classic Boeheim art. The entire thing, all nine minutes and 41 seconds is something that should go in the archives up at the Newhouse School of Public Communication.
Hey, you players and coaches keep putting this stuff on the Internet, us bloggers will merely follow suit and dedicate posts to them. Sometimes, it’s like we’re barking seals.
Inside, Duke’s Kyle Singler gets goofy with his mixed tape of incredible basketball shots that no doubt took an entire day or two to shoot. The “Dickie V” shot from the rafters is especially jaw-dropping. (Seriously, how many takes, fellas? Eighty? Two hundred?)
Specifically, Pe’Shon Howard for having the stones, as a freshman, to hit such a sweet-looking game-winner for the Terrapins last night. A strong start to our sport’s season.
Friday, Jackson Emery said Brigham Young would roll through the regular season without a loss, and over the weekend, Memphis freshman stud Will Barton told Jeff Goodman the Tigers would win the national title.
Some of them never refuse to give me goosebumps. It can be March or January or June or September. Some calls take me back to the moment, the spot I was standing in and the people I was with when I hear them again. Even for the 2,314th time. Joe Posnanski had a post on [...]
The video below has very little to do with basketball. In fact, Catamounts coach Mike Lonergan is in the news report for all of six seconds. Still: racing 800-pound pumpkins on lakes in October. This is what Vermonters do.
George Costanza doesn’t approve.
Long Beach State took time away from its preseason workouts to make a video that’s already racked up more than 25,000 views in less than a week on YouTube.
I love what Crean made the media go through earlier this week. Crean took a chunk of the local — and a few national — press corps and made them feel as if they were in the military corps. The video inside details what IU’s players endure, to a certain extent, in preparation for the season, only with the media substituted.
If you’re name-dropping the Black Eyed Peas, consider yourself dead to me.
There is no better offseason college basketball viewing than the 15 minutes inside.
I’m not one for the “Man v. Food” show, as it frequently involves host Adam Richman devouring ungodly portions of food in a race against time, vomit or death, really. Fortunately, Richman kept it fairly clean when inviting Jim Boeheim by for last night’s episode. The two had a light exchange at a quaint table [...]
You want to see how much the game has changed in 55 years? The video inside is for you.