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Saturday, October 25, 2014

College Basketball

March Madness Is Good for Offices!

Every single year without fail, we seem to get the nauseating reports of all the lost office productivity due to March Madness. Usually the figures are released right around this time, saying something like “March Madness costs the economy 80 bazillion dollars” because dummies are slacking at work, spending more time checking their bracket busters…Read More

UCLA Getting Home Cooking from Refs

There isn’t much of a question here. In the last week, UCLA has received a few generous calls at the end of games that helped them pull out miracle victories. Thursday night against Stanford, Darren Collison was blocked pretty cleanly attempting a game-tying shot. There was some body contact, but really, a foul didn’t need…Read More

Jack Nicholson Trades Laker Gold for Bruin Blue

What would Laker fans have to say about one of their most high profile, not to mention devoted, fans jumps ship over to the college game? That’s right, Jack Nicholson broke out the big guns and stepped into Pauley Pavilion Thursday night to take in the clash between #3 UCLA and #7 Stanford. As you…Read More

Rick Pitino Sports the All-White Suit

And maybe the thing was cursed. With the fans pulling a white out similar to the trend we’ve seen in Miami for Heat playoff games recently (not this year, of course), Rick Pitino decided to join the movement and sport an all-white suit. Rather than baring the semblance of a pimp at P. Diddy’s all-white…Read More

Bob Knight Will Be Missed

I’m not a Bob Knight supporter, nor am I a Bob Knight enabler. But I can fairly say that Bob Knight will definitely be missed. He had many negative moments while coaching college basketball, both with his players and with the press. But Bob Knight also represented a lot of good about college basketball. He…Read More

Michael Beasley Delivers on Guarantee

To watch Michael Beasley play is amazing. I raved similarly last year about Kevin Durant, and that’s turned out pretty well. Beasley is incredible to watch; he’s the nation’s leading rebounder who, oh by the way, also happened to go 4-for-4 from long distance Wednesday night against Kansas. This guy is awesome. If you haven’t…Read More

ASU Fans Get Rowdy, Throw Bottles

One of the better college basketball games over the weekend was between Washington State and Arizona State in Tempe. Arizona State led early in the game, but then they got down big in the second half, only to come back and bring it within a point. James Hardin missed his last shot which would’ve given…Read More

NCAA is Right to Investigate OJ Mayo

A lot of people are laughing off the NCAA investigation of USC freshman O.J. Mayo, one of our favorite athletes to be cleared of pot charges, for accepting free tickets to a Nuggets game from his friend Carmelo Anthony. At its most basic level, a friend offered Mayo a small gift and he accepted. If…Read More

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