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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No. 17 Syracuse Slight Favorites Over No. 11 Georgetown Saturday

February 26, 2011 – By Scott The two teams tied for fifth place in the Big East conference will square off in college basketball action at noon on Saturday as No. 11 Georgetown hosts No. 17 Syracuse. The game will be huge for Georgetown (21-7, 10-6) as they attempt to bounce back from a 58-46 … Read more

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No. 16 Louisville Favored By 3 At Home Over No. 12 Syracuse

February 12, 2011 – By Scott A huge Top 25 and Big East showdown in college basketball is set to take place at noon on Saturday as 16th ranked Louisville hosts No. 12 Syracuse. The Cardinals will begin a stretch in which over their next six games, four will be at home. So taking care … Read more

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No. 8 Villanova Favored Over Big East Rival No. 21 Georgetown On Saturday

January 29, 2011 – By Scott When No. 21 Georgetown rolls into face No. 8 Villanova on Saturday in college basketball action, the Hoyas will be looking to accomplish something that no other team has done this season. That is, give the Wildcats their first loss at home. The Hoyas (15-5, 4-4) have rebounded from … Read more

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No. 5 Connecticut Favored By 4 1/2 Over No. 23 Louisville In College Hoops Saturday

January 29, 2011 – By Scott No. 23 Louisville used a strong shooting performance from beyond the three-point line last season to get two wins over the Connecticut Huskies.The Huskies got off to a bad start this season as well defending the three point ball, but have improved greatly since ranking 14th in the Big … Read more

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Despite Upset, Ohio Still Underdogs In Second Round Of NCAA Tournament

March 19, 2010 – By John Ritter The Tennessee Volunteers escaped becoming one of the NCAA’s first-day casualties Thursday, but their vulnerability outside of Knoxville was once again put under the spotlight in a narrow 62-59 victory over San Diego State. It wasn’t until Melvin Goins’ 3-pointer with 18 seconds left that Tennessee could finally … Read more

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Mindful Syracuse Seeks Revenge Against Vermont In NCAA Tournament Opener

March 18, 2010 – By John Ritter Way back in 2005, the Syracuse Orange were a year removed from their first National Championship in school-history, and seemed poised for another deep run as a four-seed. But the wheels fell off in the very first round when an unknown Vermont team stole a three-point win in … Read more

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San Diego State In Line For Tourney Bid After Stunning No. 8 New Mexico

March 13, 2010 – By John Ritter Tournament Week went relatively uneventful through the first four days – at least in terms of the NCAA Tournament. There were a few shockers like Georgetown toppling Syracuse and Villanova losing to Marquette. But bubble teams had played their way out of the tournament more so than in … Read more

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Race Is On For Final One-Seed In NCAA Tournament

March 12, 2010 – By John Ritter What will happen if Ohio State, Duke and West Virginia all win their conference tournaments will have to be settled on Sunday. As of Friday, all three teams are doing all they can to cling to a chance for a one-seed in the NCAAs. Most forecasters have Duke … Read more

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