Monthly Archives: November 2018

Wolf Pack avenge last seasons sweet 16 loss, defeat Loyola-Chicago 79-65

#5 Nevada secured their first true road win of the season Tuesday night by defeating Loyola-Chicago 79-65. The Wolf Pack opened the game red hot, making 11 of their first 15 shots. Nevada dominated the game from tip to finish, and were able to steady a hostile Gentile Arena crowd. The Ramblers game plan was to try and slow down

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A BIG TEN THANKSGIVING On ESPN it was FEAST WEEK…. that time of year when the Thanksgiving holiday arrives, people are on vacation visiting families and if they love hoops then they love what is usually on the television…..  great college basketball matchups! How did we get FEAST WEEK for college basketball?  It started like this. Here’s the story. A few

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Powerhouse Teams Face Off in Maui Invitational, Gonzaga Comes Out on Top

After three days of exciting basketball, the Maui Invitational came to a close with Gonzaga bringing home the trophy. The Zags defeated first ranked Duke, 89-87, to secure the tournament title. The games in Maui kicked off with a thriller, as eighth ranked Auburn narrowly escaped an Xavier team with upset on their minds, winning 88-79 in overtime. Two of

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Previewing the NIT Tip-Off

Today marks the start of the NIT Tip-Off featuring four high quality programs all looking for big signature wins to boost their resumes to propel themselves through the season. All four teams enter the field a combined 12-1, three teams have been ranked this season and two are currently ranked in the AP top five. New York City will take

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Matty Brackets – 11/20/18

South: Duke (4-0) Michigan State (3-1) Auburn (4-0) UCLA (4-0) Maryland (5-0) Virginia Tech (4-0) Butler (3-0) Mississippi State (3-1) West Virginia (2-2) Florida (2-1) Cincinnati (3-1) Furman (5-0) Montana (4-1) Radford (3-1) Lipscomb (3-1) Lehigh (3-1) / St. Francis (PA) (1-3) Midwest: Kansas (3-0) North Carolina (5-0) Nevada (4-0) Clemson (4-0) Villanova (2-2) Buffalo (3-0) Texas (4-0) Wisconsin (3-0)

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Why the Big Ten is the Best Conference

The Big Ten is the best conference in the country for reasons that are very clear, as they are boasting six teams in the AP Top 25 rankings as of now. The six teams which include Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, Ohio State, Purdue, and Wisconsin have proven they all deserve to be ranked. The surprise team is the Ohio State

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