Historical Production in College Basketball’s Opening Week

The start of the college basketball season hasn’t been all that peculiar relative to any other season. There have been major upsets, intense battles among the game’s elite and new players are proving themselves invaluable early. Additionally, the return of fans are highlighting the atmosphere we all missed so much from our beloved game. However, […]

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College Basketball: Breakout Sophomores in the Big Ten

Embed from Getty Images Joey Hauser, PF + Rocket Watts, PG – Michigan State: Tom Izzo’s new ‘go-to’ duo came together via rather unlikely terms. Watts signed with the Spartans as part of the 2019 class and spent his freshman year learning and growing behind national player of the year candidate Cassius Winston. Hauser on […]

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College Basketball: Breakout Sophomores of the SEC

Embed from Getty Images 1. Scottie Lewis, SF – Florida: A heralded recruit from the 2019 class, Lewis failed to meet the lofty expectations placed upon him by numerous layers of basketball fans (including myself as the leading member of the S.L. fan club). However, the Gators also failed to meet those expectations as a […]

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College Basketball: 7 Teams Ready To Let Em’ Leave

Embed from Getty Images Fans hate to see them go and so do coaches. The top players and seniors of every college basketball team must eventually depart for the next step in their careers. However, in some circumstances the incoming recruiting classes and transfers adequately make up for the lost talent. Which programs can remain […]

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Carolina is Doomed and It Won’t Get Better This Year

Embed from Getty Images The Tar Heels 4-8 record without Cole Anthony was somewhat expected given their offensive struggles. There were games during the 12-game stretch without Cole Anthony that should have been won, but weren’t. There should have been a more pronounced focus towards Carolina’s post-game, but there wasn’t. Despite these issues, specifically injuries […]

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Arizona Wildcats (13-6) at Washington Huskies (12-9)

Embed from Getty Images Both the Huskies and the Wildcats were near the top of my projections for the Pac-12 conference heading into the 2019-20 season. Through the first third of the season, Arizona and Washington looked set to fill those expectations, however the first half of conference play has been disastrous for both programs. […]

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