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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

College Basketball

Lack of Dominant Team Leaves March Madness Wide Open

Even the most fervent college basketball fans will acknowledge that this is a down year for the sport. Of course a fantastic tournament could change all that, but aside from the exploits of The Jimmer, the play of Kemba Walker, and the overall dominance of the Big East, there aren’t too many titillating storylines across…Read More

Video: Buzz Williams Hoarse, Extremely Excited After Marquette Beat UConn

Marquette head coach Buzz Williams was understandably excited after his Golden Eagles beat No. 15 UConn in overtime on Thursday night. With a record of 17-11, the victory will be crucial in determining whether or not Marquette is worthy of the NCAA tournament. That being said, he should probably take it down a notch before…Read More

Vanderbilt Mascot Punches Fan, Gives Him Bloody Nose (Video)

Over the years, we have seen plenty of strange happenings when it comes to mascots.  There have been arrests for incidents involving snowball throwing, Bar-Mitzvahs, dance-offs, nut shots, and much more.  We’ve even seen a few scuffles involving mascots and fans, but I don’t remember any of them resulting in blood gushing from someone’s nose. …Read More

Portland Fans Encouraged to Honor Legendary Mauro Potestio with Bowties

Portland has been on the road their past three games but the Pilots men’s basketball team will finally be at home Thursday for the first time in two weeks. Thursday evening’s game against USF also marks Portland’s first home game since legendary fan Mauro Potestio died. I first learned about Potestio in a tweet by…Read More

LA Forum Out of Running to Host UCLA Basketball Games, Sports Arena Likely

UCLA is working on a search to determine where the men’s basketball team will play its home games next season. The athletic department raised enough money for Pauley Pavilion to undergo renovations that will keep the team from playing its home games on campus. While women’s basketball and volleyball games will remain on-campus, the men’s…Read More

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