Penn State has been and remains a tough place to win, but Pay Chambers might have his best chance at it yet. Plus the Tar Heels rally again, the Sun Devils win another, and a tradition continues at Madison Square Garden.
Saturday was a day characterized in the sports world as being about college football, but if a big college basketball fan fell for that, they missed out on a great day of hoops. While a number of mostly underwhelming college football conference title games were played, college basketball had far […]
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Bucknell continues to rule the Patriot League, and that doesn’t seem ready to change very soon.
The ranks of unbeaten teams in NCAA Division I college basketball dwindled a little further last night, with Butler and TCU losing to bring the list down to nine.
Though the Patriot League slipped a bit in 2015-16, it was still as competitive as ever. The league tournament then had quite a bit of history made to cap it all off.
The college basketball season is a journey in every way, and few demonstrated that better this year than Old Dominion. The Monarchs’ 2014-15 campaign was truly a long and eventful one, full of ups and downs, successes and disappointments. It may not have always lived up to expectations on the outside, but there were plenty of reasons for that. Still, it would be hard to argue that ODU didn’t make the best of it.
We’ve written a few times this year about Texas-Arlington and Arkansas-Little Rock, two of the most surprising teams in the country and squads that could be legitimate NCAA tourney at-large contenders in March based on their stellar non-conference performances. Alas, their first meeting of the season on Saturday was muted, and it wasn’t because of a snowstorm.
Whether a team is contending for a conference championship or an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, there is never a bad time or place to win games on the road in conference play.
We’re reaching the time of the college basketball season where we’re going to start seeing teams undergo a serious in-season transformation.