Monthly Archives: April 2019

Interview with Providence Head Coach, Ed Cooley

Ahh, the Big East.  THE best pure basketball conference in the entire country.  Physicality, history, and players that aren’t obsessed with one-and-done.  That’s what makes up this conference.  It is the grittiest conference in America, and year after year outperforms pre-season expectations.  What’s not to love? I had the privilege to chat with Coach Ed Cooley of the Providence Friars

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Where will Matthew Hurt go?

Matthew Hurt, a 6’8 power forward out of Rochester Minnesota is the 10th ranked player in the class of 2019. He is one of the last top recruits to decide on a school, but will be announcing on Friday, April 19th where he will spend next year. The 4 schools he’s considering are Duke, Kansas, UNC, and Kentucky. Here are

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NBA Draft Big Board 2.0, Post Tournament Rankings

Zion Williamson (PF Duke) Ja Morant (PG Murray State) RJ Barrett (Duke SF) De’Andre Hunter (SF Virginia) Jarrett Culver (SG Texas Tech) Cameron Reddish (SF Duke) Jaxon Hayes (C Texas) Darius Garland (PG Vanderbilt) Brandon Clarke (PF Gonzaga) Sekou Doumbouya (PF France) Bol Bol (C Oregon) Coby White (PG UNC) Romeo Langford (PG Indiana) Kevin Porter (SG USC) Rui Hachimura

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Where does Texas Tech go from here?

Chris Beard has officially turned Texas Tech into a basketball school. Following his third full season at the helm for the Red Raiders, Beard has pretty much done the unthinkable: back-to back elite eight appearances, and of course the first national championship appearance in school history. Although the Red Raiders were unable to cap off a tremendously successful season by

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From Humiliation to Redemption: Virginia Defeats Texas Tech for NCAA Championship

March 16, 2018, a day that all college basketball fans will always remember. #1 seeds remained undefeated at 135-0. Then it happened 135-1. Virginia is the culprit of the first #16 upset in NCAA tournament history. Fast forward to March 2019 and Virginia found themselves as a #1 seed once again. Could history really repeat itself? Virginia trailed #16 Gardner-Webb

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