Category Archives: AAC

UConn is Back in the Big East

UConn

Flashback to July 1, 2013 when the UConn Huskies were moving from the Big East to the American Athletic Conference (AAC). Now, 2,558 days later, the Huskies have come back to the Big East. The Huskies have gotten backlash for re-joining the Big East, but Head Coach, Danny Hurley is using this to motivate himself and the team, “It’s definitely

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A New Look for the American: Tulane Basketball

Jordan Walker

Tulane Basketball struggled last season, but there is hope for the Green Wave to improve in 2020-21. After breaking down the University of Cincinnati Bearcat men’s basketball team, I had to go to a team that handed the Bearcats a surprising loss. The Tulane University Green Wave had a single match up last year against the Bearcats. The green wave

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Re-ranking the 2016 college basketball recruiting class

College Basketball Recruiting

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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A New Look for the American

In a year that ended abruptly due to Covid-19, there was what feels like a mass exodus among NCAA basketball players looking for something different. With players graduating, testing NBA waters or transferring. It seems incredible the number of players that chose to transfer. These players decided to move on whether it was due to a poor fit with the

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