Per University of Maryland Athletics, Walt Williams and Len Bias will be inducted into the DC Hall of Fame. Walt Williams will always be thought of highly in College Park, MD. The NCAA found that Coach Bob Wade and his assistants provided improper benefits to student-athletes and then lied aboutRead More →

Per release, Georgetown has announced Rob Spence as their new offensive coordinator. Spence will also coach the wide receivers. Most recently, Spence was the offensive coordinator at Morgan State University. Under Spence’s leadership, the Bears were ranked second in the MEAC in total offense and third in scoring.  Read More →

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Davidson closes out a shorthanded St. Bonaventure, 82-70 Davidson used a decisive 24-13 run in the last 7:46 but defeat St. Bonaventure, 82-70. The Wildcats took the lead with 12:23 left in the first half and never trailed again. Peyton Aldridge poured 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds but theRead More →

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Pregame: I spent the pregame looking for a hat I truly didn’t lose (don’t ask). Dinner was grilled chicken, some type of salad that had olives invading it, veggies and rice. I polished that off with four cookies. Oh… Richmond is playing Duquesne. I’m always screw up spelling Duquesne becauseRead More →

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Pregame: Hard to top game one but UMass has played the Patriots tough this season. I’m also wondering if Mason’s band will match VCU’s for in-game entertainment. George Mason starts with a Justin Kier layup, UMass answers with a Carl Pierre three. Lets hope this stays a punch for punchRead More →

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The Wolverines used balanced scoring and tough defense to defeat the Boilermakers, 75-66 If you had Jon Teske in the “who will make the biggest difference in the Big Ten Championship game”, you win! Coming into the today, the sophomore had scored a total of 4 points in the BigRead More →