Monthly Archives: October 2018

Villanova Lands 5-Star Recruit

The Wildcats got more big news as they recieved a commitment on Tuesday from 2019 5-star Jeremiah Robinson-Earl. Robinson-Earl is the number 18 player in the 2019 class as well as ranked as the number four PF by 247 Sports. Robinson-Earl is the fourth top 100 player to commit to the Wildcats for the class of 2019 which helps boost

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Gonzaga’s Tillie to Miss Eight Weeks

Gonzaga announced Tuesday that big man Killian Tillie re-aggravated an ankle injury and tests show a stress fracture needing surgery. This is a big loss for the Zags, as Tillie was a prominent role on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball for the Bulldogs. Tillie came into this season after averaging 12.9 points per game as a sophomore

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15 Bold Predictions for CBB in 2018-19

With college basketball season officially underway, as team practices have started, the hype is real.  Every team understands that they are all on the same playing field, until November 6th hits.  That is the day that separates the men from the boys.  With 40 days to go until then, here are 40 BOLD predictions for the upcoming season.  Let’s get

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Virginia’s Braxton Key Receives Eligibility From NCAA, Will Play in 2018-19 Season

Virginia small forward Braxton Key has received his eligibility to play this season after he transferred from Alabama. Key, who stated his transfer was for family reasons, will add a lot of depth to an already strong UVA roster. In an offseason full of waivers granted, UVA got their big break, gaining eligibility from their athletic transfer. Keys case for

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The ACC Set to Have Historic Season

Over the past few years, America’s premier college hoops conference has undoubtedly been the ACC. Since the conference expanded in 2014, the conference has sent no less than 6 teams to the big dance and has had only one year where it is not represented in the elite eight. In addition, 2 of the last 6 champions have come from

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