Expanding the NCAA Tournament to 72 teams can be a good thing, here’s why?

The ACC proposed a 72 team field for the NCAA Tournament and essentially everyone was opposed to the idea of the NCAA Tournament adding even more teams. Most say that you will add more bad teams that weren't deserving of making the NCAA Tournament and while teams 69-72 do have worse resumes, there isn't that... Continue Reading →

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Underclassmen who have entered the NBA Draft

Here below is a running list of players who have declared for the NBA Draft and have hired an agent. This means they will not be able to come back to college. Players that have hired an agent: Deandre Ayton 7'1" Freshman Center Arizona Marvin Bagley III 6’11” Freshman Forward Duke Michael Porter Jr. 6’10”... Continue Reading →

Recap of the National Championship Game

The National Championship ended up being a blowout as Villanova pulled away behind great play from Donte DiVincenzo. Ultimately they won 79-62 to claim the schools third National Championship. Here is my full recap of the National Championship. Villanova 79 Michigan 62 The National Championship ended up being somewhat of a blowout but it didn't necessarily start... Continue Reading →

Recapping both Final Four Games

The Championship game is set as both Michigan and Villanova both won on Saturday to head to the Championship game. Here is my recap of both Final Four games. Michigan 69 Loyola-Chicago 57 The first semifinal game saw two great defensive teams play, however, in the end, the Wolverines were too much for the upset-hungry... Continue Reading →

Recapping what happened in the Elite Eight

The Final Four is set as Villanova, Kansas, Michigan and Loyola-Chicago all won in the Elite Eight to advance to the Final Four. Here is my recap of the Elite Eight games, with some commentary on each team. Loyola-Chicago showed they are a legit title contender, many questioned Loyola-Chicago in part because they continued just... Continue Reading →

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