In our latest podcast, we spend a lot of time looking at what the Commission on College Basketball came up with, as their report was just produced. We also look at the NBA Draft and transfers, which have many rosters potentially in flux for next season.
For Villanova, times were not always this good, as it was a journey to get to the point of winning two national titles in three years and being poised for more. Plus some new language could go into one contract, more coaching jobs are filled, and plenty of NBA Draft decisions are continuing to be made.
Saturday night’s NCAA Tournament national semifinals revealed the two teams that will be playing for the national title Monday night, but it also told us something else: Villanova is the best team of this college basketball season.
In our latest podcast, we break d own the national semifinals, where one game went back and forth while the other was never really a ballgame thanks to an impressive performance for the ages by the winning team.
Notes, numbers and factoids reviewing the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament, including the 1985 retro feel of this year’s Final Four group.
With the Final Four all set, we look back on the regional finals and ahead to the final games of the season. We are joined along the way by veteran writer Ken Davis and Towson head coach Pat Skerry for their insights as well.
After so many doubts, Kansas is in the Final Four in this wild college basketball season. Plus the field is set with a recent repeat team, and a long-time coach may end up at his alma mater decades after he played there.
Friday night couldn’t match Thursday in terms of surprises, but certainly gave us good games with high seeds advancing. Plus a long-time coach is out in Philadelphia, another one is not going anywhere in the CAA, and transfer news that hurts a rebuilding effort.
In our latest podcast, we talk about the big developments in the FBI investigation, a remarkable run by an elite school, early conference tournament play and the possibility of more conference realignment.
We may not be in March just yet, but there’s no better notice that it’s just around the corner than the first college hoops conference tournament tipping off. The Atlantic Sun sat in the pole position for this season, the first of 32 tournaments to get underway Monday night already, nearly two weeks before Selection Sunday.