Monthly Archives: March 2019

Bubble Watch: Can Texas Ride a Big Win into the NCAA Tournament?

The Texas Longhorns have been all over the place this season. Early, in November, the Longhorns reached #17 in the AP poll and were coming off a big neutral site win over then #7 North Carolina. Than the Longhorns blew a big lead to Michigan State that started a three game slide with home losses to Radford and VCU. Ever

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Williams and Bone lead the Vols’ revenge against the Cats

At the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee, the seventh-ranked Volunteers beat the fourth-ranked Wildcats 71-52 in a thrilling Southeastern Conference men’s basketball rematch on Saturday.    Although Kentucky had held a 52-50 all-time record against the Volunteers when playing in Knoxville, Tennessee had never lost at home to the Wildcats under head coach Rick Barnes. The statement still rings true,

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Bubble Watch: The Case Against Clemson

The 17-11 Clemson Tigers currently sit on the bubble going into March, just weeks away from Selection Sunday. The Tigers, just 7-8 in the ACC, have a lot of work to do before they can confidently say they’ve earned a spot in the field of 68. In non conference play, Clemson struggled against power 6 teams, falling to Creighton, Nebraska,

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