Chris Dobbertean On Wisconsin’s Ability To Knock Of A Team Like Kentucky Chris Dobbertean of BloggingTheBracket.com joined Tom Veit today to talk college basketball and give his insight on Wisconsin having the potential to take on Kentucky and win.
Joey Johsnton Previews The NCAA Tourney And Northern Iowa’s Chances Joey Johnston of the Tampa Tribune joined Tom Veit today to talk about the NCAA Tournament and the idea that Northern Iowa could come out of March as the
March Madness is here and college basketball fanatics are so excited it might as well be Christmas. This “holiday” produces more than $1 billion, but the players actually playing in the tournament don’t see any of this money. Cue
The field of 68 is set and the madness has officially begun. Kentucky finished the regular season a perfect 31-0. A perfect SEC tournament later and the Wildcats have a flawless 34-0 record headed into the NCAA tourney. Coach
Okay this is the most fun five day weekend in sports as the the 2014-2015 Men’s NCAA Division I Basketball Championship Tournament, a.ka. “March Madness,” begins in a little over 24 hours. It is important to know where to
Joe Zagaki talks about the Canes chances of making the big dance and he also gives us an update on the Canes football team as Spring practice is underway.
Raphielle Johnson On The Kentucky Wildcats’ Undefeated Season Thus Far Raphielle Johnson of NBC Sports with Mike and Jerry to preview the NCAA Tournament and talk about the Kentucky Wildcats potential to go undefeated. What are your thoughts on
The Miami Hurricanes have been one of the most puzzling teams in all of college basketball this year. “They’re a great team bound for the tournament.” “Never mind, they’re just a fluke.” “This team is full of shooters.” “This
By: JIM O’CONNELL ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — It’s not that Kevin Ollie looked uncomfortable sitting on a stool in front of the Connecticut bench. It’s just that he looked a lot more comfortable in a defensive stance exhorting the
Redemption, this is not. Connecticut was banned from last year’s NCAA tournament because the program was a scholastic embarrassment, failing to reach the minimum standards of a measure known as the Academic Progress Rate. So when Shabazz Napier stood