It is finally upon us. It’s tourney time! Sunday, March 8, marked the end of the 2014-15 men’s college basketball regular season. With that, conferences around the country are now into their conference tournaments with each winner earning a coveted entry into the Big Dance
Just one more week to play before college basketball moves into postseason play. Many teams around the country have finished their regular seasons and are gearing up for their conference tournaments.
The men’s college basketball regular season is nearing its end. Top-ranked Kentucky is sure to be the NCAA tournament’s No. 1 seed while the rest of the top five or six teams still jockey for positioning.
Another of college basketball’s greats, Jerry Tarkanian best remembered as the head coach at UNLV in the 1980s and early 1990s, passed away this week. Tarkanian amassed 706 wins in 31 years of coaching winning 20-plus games in every season but two.
This was a week that saw the passing of one of college basketball’s greatest ambassadors. Legendary former North Carolina head coach Dean Smith passed away on Saturday at the age of 83.
There was some serious movement in the new AP men’s college basketball poll after a week of near misses, upsets, and a Super Saturday that did not disappoint. The one thing that did not change was the nation’s No. 1 team – Kentucky
Many college basketball coaches have made the jump to the professional ranks and coached in the National Basketball Association. Many more could but choose to stay where they belong, in the college game.
The college basketball season is heating up as teams are working through their league schedules. Top-ranked Kentucky and No. 2 Virginia remain unbeaten midway through January
Now that the 2014 college football season has wrapped up we can take a look at the ugliness of the NCAA as they move into 2015. Just because football ended doesn't mean that the NCAA will stop taking advantage of athletes
With the college basketball season hitting its midpoint, several of the nation’s best players continue to fly under the radar.