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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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Zion Williamson Allegedly Offered $400k To Attend Duke

Thursday afternoon came with a lot of news about Zion Williamson and the lawsuit around him. Gina Ford has a claim that Zion and his stepfather allegedly claimed $400,000 to attend Duke University in 2018.  This is the “Letter of Declaration” that Zion Williamson and his stepfather supposedly signed in Dec. 2019 acknowledging the $400K loan made by Slavko Duric

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Zion Williamson Lawsuit at Duke?

Zion Williamson

Zion Williamson was the most hyped NBA prospect since LeBron James. Williamson played with the best recruiting class in Duke history and has lived up to the hype; however, Gina Smith and Prime Sports Marketing have made the last few days for Zion and Duke very stressful with accusations claiming that Nike, Adidas, and Duke University paid his family.  It

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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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Virginia’s Roadmap to the Field of 68

From ruin to redemption. Tony Bennett’s Cavaliers won the national championship last season after losing to a 16 seed the year before. All is good I’m Charlottesville, right? Maybe. But Virginia finds itself on the bubble for the first time since 2013 and is in danger of not only not repeating as champion, but not hearing its name called on

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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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