Author Archives: Samuel Bass

It is the Year of Rutgers Basketball

Rutgers basketball is usually the laughing stock of the Big Ten. In fact, it was the laughing stock of the Big East before switching conferences. The Scarlet Knights last tournament appearance was in 1991, and their last tournament win was in 1983.  Fast forward 29 years, six coaches later, Rutgers was on pace to claim its bid into the NCAA

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The Most Madness March Has Ever Seen Could Be Coming in 2021

Go back and reminisce upon the craziest March Madness you can remember. Maybe it was Jimmy V’s NC State team winning the national title. Maybe it was Kris Jenkins burying a three at the buzzer to win the championship just seconds after Marcus Paige hit a prayer to tie the game. It could be UMBC making history just three years

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The Hypothetical College Basketball Bubble

Basketball has finally returned thanks to the NBA bubble working to plan. In addition to the games being played, the activities within the bubble are almost as entertaining. College basketball can not operate under the same circumstances that the NBA is, meaning a bubble is not a reachable goal. However, in a hypothetical situation, a college basketball bubble would be

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