Monthly Archives: April 2020

Interview with ASUN All-Conference First Team’s Ahsan Asadullah

If someone were to make a list of top mid-major players last season, Ahsan Asadullah would have to be on every list. The 6’8 265 lb center from Atlanta, Georgia averaged a double-double, scoring over 18 points a game and bringing down 10 rebounds a game for Lipscomb. If you somehow think that isn’t impressive enough, in the three most

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Top five Mid-Major teams for 2020-21

The 2019-20 college basketball season saw countless mid-major teams take down the big dogs.  Take a look at the best mid-major teams next season. Honorable Mentions: Austin Peay, Belmont, Buffalo, Eastern Washington, Georgia State, Little Rock, Murray State, South Dakota State, UAB, Western Kentucky 5. Stony Brook Seawolves For Stony Brook, it all starts with Elijah Olaniyi and Makale Foreman. 

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Interview with former Marquette basketball star, Travis Diener

From 2001-2005, Travis Diener was one of the best sharpshooters in college basketball, helping lead Marquette basketball to the 2003 Final Four. A teammate of Dwyane Wade and Steve Novak, and coached by Tom Crean, Diener quickly adjusted to the college game, and became one of the top scorers in Marquette basketball history, averaging nearly 20 points per game over

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San Diego State Will Remain Solid

Yes, the most unthinkable and outrageous season in the history of the San Diego State Basketball program ended abruptly in a lamentable fashion. Honestly, they were an incredible team. They topped BYU by five at the ruckus Marriott Center, and BYU then eventually took down Gonzaga. 20 days later, they took down Iowa and All-American, Luka Garza, by ten. Then

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Former College Hoops Star Xavier Silas is Taking his Vast Experiences to the Coaching Box

Xavier Silas experienced two different worlds at the college level, and it helped him play professionally and become successful as a coach. Silas began his career at Colorado, averaging 12 points a game in his freshman year and 9.7 in his sophomore campaign. Despite these impressive numbers as an underclassman, Silas decided to transfer after his sophomore year. Colorado’s head

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Each Power Conferences’ Sleeper Team in 2020-21

Last season I compiled a list on each power conferences’ sleeper team to watch. It still stings being unable to see this year’s tournament unfold, but only adds to the anticipation of the madness that will occur next March. Without further ado, here are each power conferences’ sleeper team in 2020-21. Big Ten- Indiana 2019-20 Record: 20-12 (9-11) 2020-21 Tournament

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