Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Best College Basketball Player of our Generation is someone you’ve never heard of

Jimmer Fredette, Doug Mcdermott, Tyler Hansbrough. You’ve heard these former star players in college basketball. But have you ever heard of Mike Daum? Daum, a star on the small Summit league team South Dakota State, is on pace to become a top ten college basketball player of all time, so why is nobody talking about him? After being unranked and

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Virginia is Somehow Better This Year Than Last

Last season, Virginia spent the majority of the season regarded as a top team in Division 1. After beginning the season unranked, UVA stormed onto the scene, losing only two regular season games and defeating big names such as Duke and North Carolina. However, things for the Hoos took a spiraling turn when they fell to UMBC in the first

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Matty Brackets – 1/28/2019

If bolded, team is auto bid: East: Duke (17-2) Nevada (19-1) Kansas (16-4) Villanova (16-4) North Carolina State (16-4) LSU (16-3) Wisconsin (14-6) Minnesota (15-5) St. John’s (15-5) UNC-Greensboro (19-3) Arizona State (14-6) Baylor (13-6) Hofstra (19-3) Vermont (16-5) Yale (12-3) Texas Southern (8-11) / Rider (11-8) South: Tennessee (18-1) Michigan State (18-3) North Carolina (15-4) Buffalo (18-2) Maryland (16-5)

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Matty Brackets (1/21/19)

If bolded, team is automatic bid. South: Tennessee (16-1) Kansas (15-3) Houston (18-1) North Carolina (14-4) Buffalo (17-1) LSU (14-3) Wisconsin (12-6) Nebraska (13-5) Syracuse (13-5) North Texas (17-2) Arizona State (13-5) Seton Hall (12-7) / Pittsburgh (12-6) UNC-Greensboro (17-3) Radford (13-6) Abilene Christian (16-3) Lehigh (11-6) East: Duke (15-2) Nevada (18-1) Virginia Tech (15-2) Auburn (13-4) Villanova (14-4) Iowa

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Wildcats Keep War Eagles Down in the Rankings

The No. 12 University of Kentucky Wildcats showed No. 14 University of Auburn Tigers what it’s like to play on a court with SEC competitors. Finishing on top 82-80, Kentucky had an intense game at Auburn Arena in Alabama. War Eagle’s senior, Bryce Brown came out on top scoring 28 points while Wildcat’s freshman Keldon Johnson, and freshman Tyler Herro scored 20 apiece. Starting 3

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