Monthly Archives: May 2020

Best Dressed College Basketball Coaches

College basketball has seen coaches come and go, but the style they rock on the sideline is always seen on national television. These five coaches are the best dressed in today’s game. Jay Wright – Villanova Wildcats Jay Wright was named the AP Coach of the Decade for his success at Villanova. Winning two National Championships in 2016 and 2018,

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Best Mid-Major Non-Conference Games for 2020-21

There are two big talking points that get college basketball fans excited during the offseason. One of those is recruiting. The other is the release of schedules for the next season. While many full team schedules do not come out until late August or September, lots of non-conference matchups begin to take shape earlier in the summer. Mid-major programs lick

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Oregon State Basketball All-Time Starting Five

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Oregon State Basketball Oregon State basketball has played in 16 NCAA Tournaments and advanced to the Final Four twice in 1949 and 1963. The last tournament game the Beavers played in was 2016 when they lost to Virginia Commonwealth. Center Mel Counts Mel Counts is Oregon State’s all-time leading rebounder with 1,375 and had 15 games of 20 rebounds or more.

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Re-ranking the 2016 college basketball recruiting class

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The college basketball recruiting class of 2016 has now graduated on from their Division 1 careers. But how would this class look four years later? Meteorologists often make mistakes with the weather. Journalists are bound to have grammar mistakes in their articles, even after double and triple checking (I probably have one somewhere in here). College basketball recruiting services are

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Arizona Basketball: Sean Miller’s change for the Wildcats

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After years of getting highly talented one and done’s, Arizona basketball head coach Sean Miller decided to take a different route in his recruiting approach for 2020. In the past, Miller has landed highly rated players including Aaron Gordon, Deandre Ayton, Stanley Johnson, Nico Mannion, and the list goes on. Unfortunately, the talented rosters Miller has put together over the

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A New Look for the American: Cincinnati Basketball

After a weekend filled with sports and the celebration of our military, I wanted to take a look at the next team in the American Athletic Conference. Last year, the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball had a strong team. The team had its offensive struggles. Lead by an often injured Jarron Cumberland, the team took on ranked Ohio State for

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The Eyes of Mac McClung are on Texas…….. Texas Tech!

Today……the decision was made. The one time Georgetown Hoya, who surprisingly entered the transfer portal a couple weeks ago, made his destination known today after courting seven potential suitors. Of the seven potential suitors (USC, BYU, Auburn, Wake Forest, Texas Tech, Memphis, Arkansas)), Mac McClung had some strong programs with proven coaches to choose from. In the end, it was

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