Author Archives: Samuel Bass

Teams That Have to Turn Their Seasons Around

College basketball season is about halfway through. The bubble is starting to form, and with a wild season thus far, is starting to look different than the past. Teams who do not usually worry about hearing their names called on Selection Sunday are now finding their names on the bubble. These teams have half a season to turn things around,

Advertisements
Read more

Ranking the Best Programs of the Decade

College basketball has not disappointed this decade. Unlike most professional sports, especially in the postseason, upsets always occur and the unexpected begins to be expected. However, there have been programs that have powerhouses in the 2010’s, and have tattooed their name into college basketball’s blue bloods. In honor of the decade coming to a close, we will count down the

Read more

B1G/ACC Challenge Preview

The Big Ten faces off with the ACC in the 20th year of the challenge. The ACC currently leads the challenge in yearly wins, holding 12 compared to the Big Ten’s five, which is accompanied by three ties, one of which came last year. The event started with two games yesterday, with each of the two premier conferences winning one.

Read more

ACC 2019-20 Season Preview

The ACC continued to be college basketball’s premier conference last season. The conference dominated the rest of division 1, finishing the regular season with five teams in the top 25. One of the ACC’s biggest selling points last season was the freshman talent. Duke brought in the best freshman class in college basketball history, with three of their five starters

Read more

Ranking the 10 Best JuCo Transfers in This Upcoming Season

What makes college sports so entertaining, particularly college basketball, is the endless cycle of incoming players. Every season, college hoops brings in electric freshman who dominate at the college level for one year and head off to the NBA. However, these players are young, and their age is often seen by poor judgement, lack of leadership, etc. What is often

Read more
« Older Entries