Monthly Archives: December 2018

Rick Pitino isn’t coaching at Panathinaikos to get back in to College Basketball

The news have just been released that former college basketball coach Rick Pitino will be taking the head coaching job overseas, of the Panathinaikos club. Pitino, who started coaching as an assistant at the University of Hawaii in 1974, quickly rose up the coaching scales, as an assistant under Jim Boeheim at Syracuse, and then a head coach at Kentucky,

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Schofield hits game-winning 3, #7 Tennessee down #1 Gonzaga 76-73.

Admiral Schofield hit six three’s, including the game-winner, as the Volunteers take down the number one team in the country, Gonzaga Bulldogs. Gonzaga was up nine with 6 minutes left in the second half, but Grant Williams and the Vols would not give up. Grant Williams posted a double-double (16pts, 12reb) and Admiral Schofield had 30 points to lead Tennessee

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Expanding The NCAA Basketball Tourney… Is It About The Madness Or The Money?

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.  To the American sports fan this time period known as “March Madness” is equal to Christmas, Thanksgiving and The Fourth of July all wrapped up in one. The only exception?  This holiday last for an entire month!  People all over this nation, basketball fan and non-basketball fan, cast their lots in basketball tourney pools at

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Jimmy V Classic Doesn’t Disappoint

Tuesday, December 4,  Madison Square Garden  Since 1995, ESPN has hosted the the Jimmy V Classic in honor of Jim Valvano and the V foundaation for Cancer research. Jim Valvano started the V foundation in 1993 to raise money for cancer research and to keep Jim Valvano’s words “Don’t give up, Don’t ever give up” true to everyone. Since 1995

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Matty Brackets – 12/4/18

East: Michigan 8-0 Virginia 8-0 Villanova 6-2 Syracuse 5-2 Nebraska 7-1 UCLA 6-2 Mississippi State 6-1 Marquette 6-2 Cincinnati 7-1 Iowa 6-2 Providence 6-2 / Louisville 5-2 South Dakota State 7-2 Marshall 5-2 Yale 3-2 Charleston 7-2 Rider 2-2 / Lehigh 5-2 South: Duke 7-1 Tennessee 6-1 Florida State 7-1 Wisconsin 8-1 Clemson 5-2 Buffalo 7-0 Houston 6-0 Texas Tech

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