Author Archives: Collin Speicher

What if College Basketball Players were Paid?

Possibly the biggest “what if” in the NCAA at the moment is whether or not college athletes should be paid. In late October 2019, the NCAA Board of Governors unanimously voted to allow student-athletes to be paid. This includes the likes of using their names, image, and likeness once all three NCAA divisions decide on the rules of opportunities. These

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Biggest Busts in Duke Basketball History

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Despite being a blue-blood basketball school and a consistent NCAA Tournament contender, some prospects out of the Duke basketball program haven’t performed to their full potential. The following players to play for the Blue Devils were expected to be incredible in the NBA, but fell short and were busts. Nolan Smith After staying at Duke for all four years, Nolan

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No. 8 Kentucky earns SEC Regular Season Title with win over No. 15 Auburn

The Wildcats defeated the Tigers 73-66 in Rupp Arena for their 49th SEC Regular Season Title. Auburn beat Kentucky earlier this season, but tonight was a revenge game for the Wildcats. Despite a poor performance from behind the three-point line, big games from Maxey, Quickley and Richards helped John Calipari earn the No. 1 seed heading into the conference tournament.

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Breaking Down the Selection Committee

On Saturday, the Selection Committee released the first early bracket of the season. It revealed some things people agreed on and others that people didn’t. #1 Seeds The Number One seeds consisted of Baylor, Gonzaga, Kansas, and San Diego State University, in that order. Baylor received the overall No. 1 seed and was slotted to go to Houston. The second

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