It’s still hard to process the cancellation of this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
When the calendar turns to March every year, college basketball fans and pundits rush to the altar of Bracketology to discern who are the teams in the tournament and who is on the wrong side of the b
College basketball spends four and a half months allowing teams, fans, and media to sort things out.
With conference tournaments starting this week, the regular season wrapping up, and the promise of the Big Dance in the near future, now is a terrible time for a team to start to play poorly.
As March approaches, the conversation around college basketball focuses on two areas: the top of the bracket, and the bubble.
As we careen towards March, one word will be ever-present in every college basketball broadcast, discussion, debate, and prediction this season: parity.
With football in the rearview mirror and the NBA about to hit the All-Star break, the nation’s eyes turn to college hoops.
February marks a key moment in the college basketball calendar. There is just enough time for teams on each side of the bubble to make their move in either direction.