Author Archives: Samuel Bass

Oklahoma’s Doolittle Shines On and Off the Stat Sheet

Oklahoma’s Kristian Doolittle is the epitome of hard work paying off, both on and off the stat sheet. Doolittle went from averaging 2.9 points per contest as a sophomore to putting up 11.3 per game en route to becoming the Big 12’s Most Improved Player as a junior, and eventually scoring 15.8 points a game and making the conferences first

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ACC Awards and Tournament Predictions

A down year for what usually is college basketball’s most dominant conference has provided some interesting storylines thus far. Florida State has quietly crept into being a national powerhouse. UNC, despite having freshman sensation Cole Anthony, finished last in the ACC. And Georgia Tech finished fifth in the league, which is a surprise in its own. The regular season came

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The State of the ACC Bubble

The Atlantic Coast Conference is in the midst of its worst year in recent memory. As of now, what used to be college basketball’s premier only has three teams in the top 25, which happen to be the only locks for the tournament as of now. However, the conference can squeeze some more teams into the field. Duke, Florida State,

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Kamar Baldwin Hits Clutch Three to Lift Butler Over Villanova

Butler narrowly escaped Villanova on Thursday night, defeating the tenth ranked Wildcats, 79-76. Villanova’s Saddiq Bey hit a transition three to tie the game at 76 with 30 seconds to go, but Kamar Butler nailed a three right before time expired to give Butler the win. Villanova started the game hot, hitting three field goals, including a Connor Gillespie three

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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

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