November college basketball is a wild ride. Half the games are big time match-ups fabricated by sponsored tournaments and the other half feature certain blowouts.
The basketball season is still very young, with most teams playing five or fewer games so far. Right now, teams are jockeying for position like horses out of the starting gate before the first turn.
Ready or not, college basketball is on the horizon. Most fans, even basketball diehards, barely pay attention until nearly Thanksgiving.
We’ve reached the end of college basketball’s season and March was just as mad as we’ve come to expect.
The Final Four is college basketball’s greatest spectacle. All of March Madness, with all the juicy storylines and incredible game-play, leads to this one city and one event.
Next weekend treats us to the biggest stage of college basketball: the Final Four. We now have four teams and two games set in stone, ripe for analysis all week long.
With wins on Saturday, Loyola Chicago and Michigan punched tickets to the Final Four in San Antonio. Those two teams represent something bigger than themselves in this tournament.
The Elite Eight is set and we’re just seven games away from crowning a champion. College basketball is coming down to the wire, with a few more tricks up its sleeve.