UConn Men/Women Both Looking Strong In Final Four Tournaments

April 2, 2011 – By Scott The 2011 Women’s Final Four in college basketball is set to begin on Sunday April 3. Unlike the 2011 Men’s NCAA Tournament, the women’s side showed that the regular season’s best rose to the top in this year’s championship tournament. Two No. 1 seeds and two No. 2 seeds … Read more

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Recapping The Sweet 16 And Looking To The Elite 8

March 26, 2011 – By Scott With the Sweet Sixteen in the 2011 NCAA Tournament behind us, looking forward to the Elite Eight will draw college basketball fans to the television on Saturday and Sunday awaiting the teams who will reach the Final Four. Some of the favorites to make it to the Final Four … Read more

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Four Top 25 NCAA Basketball Teams In Action On Saturday

November 13, 2010 – By Scott The 2010-2011 College Basketball season is now underway and four top 25 teams will be in action on Saturday. No. 4 Pittsburgh will play North Florida, No. 16 Illinois will face Southern Illinois, No. 17 Washington will play McNeese State and No. 18 Butler will face Marian. The Panthers … Read more

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Butler Gets By Michigan State 52-50 For School’s First Finals Appearance

April 4, 2010 – By Scott No. 5 seed Butler has done what not many thought could be accomplished.  Not only did they continue the nation’s best winning streak, now at 25 games, but they got past Michigan State on Saturday 52-50. The Bulldogs will now face Duke on Monday in the title game of the … Read more

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Gonzaga Getting 7 1/2 Against Syracuse

March 20, 2010 – By John Ritter The shenanigans are over. Now it’s time to get down to business. After a first round blowout to avenge their first-round loss to Vermont from five years ago, the Syracuse Orange now set their sights on Gonzaga on Sunday. The Bulldogs overperformed their scouting report on Friday in … Read more

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St. Mary’s Avoids Another Debate, Guarantees Tournament Spot With Upset Of Gonzaga

March 9, 2010 – By John Ritter The road to the NCAA Tournament may have just ended for someone. On the very first night of conference championship week, we have our first big upset. St. Mary’s was left out of the cold last season when they lost in the conference final, putting their tournament fate … Read more

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