UTEP Bringing In Tim Floyd Adds Riskiness, Infamy

Oh, sure, hire a fraudulent, no-good sleaze failing to realize the circumstances of becoming the next suspect of a despicable crime. Whether UTEP is desperate or indulgent, athletic director Bob Stull wasn’t thinking, and now is willing to lavish Tim Floyd with a coaching job. In what seemed to be a tragicomedy at USC, it […]

City of Brotherly Ungratefulness Won’t Appreciate McNabb Until He’s Gone

For most sporting towns, most of the population builds a social bond with star athletes. Not in Philly. Disgruntled fans are always unsatisfied and judgmental of a star player’s underachievement, and as a result, they turn on any athlete. Why must an unhappy fanbase belittle or boo a megastar whenever they are unsuccessful in capitalizing? […]

I Wouldn’t Ignore WVU: Bob Huggins Isn’t Much of a Fool

It’s good to know a redemptive story is rapidly in the makings, removing all the unnecessary toxic stains from diminishing a level of trustworthiness at West Virginia. His image has induced much misery and recovered, becoming a paragon as an exemplary voice, and the renaissance man of an athletic program with little respectability. Not long […]

Homecoming Win for Butler Engraves a Legit Hoosier Tale

There is no greater surprise in college hoops, regarding a talented program where checking in by midnight wasn’t necessary, attaining a date to its first ever Final Four. The Butler Bulldogs, a small school from an inconspicuous conference called the Horizon League, are traveling to its hometown, not to end a magical dream that turned […]

Butler’s Epic Win Over Syracuse Proves Elite Contenders: You’ve Been Warned

If there’s one shining moment to an epic college basketball tournament story, it’s Butler upsetting Syracuse in what was the most heartfelt victory in school history. Three wins away from fulfilling a magical wish for the first time in school history, Butler hugged each other and smiled greatly, stunning the world as bracket-saboteurs. Not every […]

With Much Obscurity, Cinderella’s Glass Slipper Captivates Sweet 16

So this is the cultural standpoint of the NCAA Tournament, witnessing Cinderellas emerge into the biggest bracket killers and stun the at-large teams. It’s amazing to see teams dominate at will during the regular season but disappear suddenly into the darkening clouds. With the Kansas Jayhawks collapsing in the second round, it’s clear evidence that […]

Calipari a Real Ambassador In Kentucky: Cease Additional Mockery

We know what happened, of course, in his prior coaching jobs. Critics ripped out the soul of a master at coaching kids at the college level. It’s a shame there was no bigger fraudulent coach maintaining a collegiate profession, dealing with adversity, and tattering images. Critics perceived him as a fool, but he wasn’t much […]

A Hometown Icon, Joe Mauer Is a Minnesota Twin for Life

He is, without much argument, the popular face in the state of Minnesota, quickly breaking out as the sporting icon within an atmosphere where he was born and raised before ripening as the greatest catcher in the majors. Dating back to his childhood, Joe Mauer was covetous, immersing, and engaging in a sport that he […]

Kansas Jayhawks Shed Tears in Biggest Upset Ever

It was hard to envision a nightmare, a heartbreaking upset for a No. 1 seed, especially when it happened to be the second-round of March Madness. There was a sense that this was Kansas’ year to win it all, reaching a usual pinnacle in college hoops. Needless to say, though, the Jayhawks were all so […]

Are The California Golden Bears The Next Shocking Scare In Tourney?

There’s no bigger infatuation in college hoops than a team ostensibly declared as a Cinderella. If this is a point in the season when we truly find out what a team is made of, then we may have learned about the California Golden Bears, amazed with their miraculous blueprint of attempting the unprecedented. With all […]

Cinderella Teams Defines Crazy Madness

Is it just me, or are most of our brackets busted after the craziness that happened in the early dog days of March Madness? This is a month when we’re obsessed with the varieties of terminology, such as brackets, underdogs and upsets. This is a month when teams experience crestfallen defeats or blissful wins, expected […]

Masters Looms Ever Closer, Tiger at Augusta Is Good for Game

Without needing to deliberate, we all know what happens, of course. Everyone is suddenly raving about the reemergence of Tiger Woods and tries jettisoning the draining and infamous memories of Tiger’s humiliating sex scandals. Months ago, tabloids were ridiculing and blasting a man whom America society proclaimed as the greatest sporting figure in the country. […]

Don’t Discount Duke: Blue Devils Experiencing a Rebirth Entering NCAA Tourney

They can win it all, steal the spotlight in the NCAA tourney, and shimmer as the traditional team in college hoops reliving a proverbial convention. Such is the rebirth of the Duke Blue Devils, a prominent program that is used to prevailing in March and sparking a dynasty, perhaps the most distinguished dynasty in all […]

Mystique, Tradition, Mayhem: This March Has The Makings of Epic Madness

Everyone has waited for all the mayhem, which is looming closer titillating all basketball devotees to fill out brackets, keep their eyes clued to the television and unite together in a tight room rooting on their alumni or college team. One team will survive within a tournament of 64 teams, of course, seeking to bust […]

Syracuse’s Early Ouster, Not Big East Powerhouse

Before I had confidence in them, willing to fill out a bracket and applaud what had the features of the deepest team eligible for all the mayhem in March. But after yesterday, it’s hard to believe in the Syracuse Orange engraving another breathtaking epic classic with endless adrenaline lasting until midnight in the Big East, […]