Brian Bowen

We have seen players skip college and play overseas with mixed results. Would Brandon Jennings been better spending one year in college? How about Emanuel Mudiay? Or Terrance Ferguson? That can be debated until the cows come but what is apparent is players need an alternative to college. College isn’tRead More →

Rick Pitino

On Tuesday the FBI dropped a bombshell on the college basketball world by announcing an investigation that led to 10 arrests including 4 college basketball assistant coaches. As the names of head coaches, assistant coaches and schools get named, don’t lose focus on who is really on trial… it’s theRead More →

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The USBWA has announced their All District Teams. The Districts are split up into 9 different geographic districts. PLAYERS OF THE YEAR District I: Kyron Cartwright, Providence District II: Josh Hart, Villanova District III: Justin Jackson, North Carolina District IV: Malik Monk, Kentucky District V: Caleb Swanigan, Purdue District VI:Read More →

Rick Pitino

The Monday Morning Sports Rag takes a look at events that the average fan might have missed over the weekend. Zach Parise scores his 300 goal – Parise scored his 300th goal in a 6-3 loss to the Islanders. Parise scored 2 goals on 10 shots. UNC loses Theo Pinson – UNC losesRead More →

Gordon Hayward

The Monday Morning Sports Rag takes a look at events that the average fan might have missed over the weekend. NCAA Relocates Games to Greenville – The first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament will be more from Greensboro, NC to Greenville, SC because of the “Bathroom Bill”. Tiger WoodsRead More →

Baylor has announced that Art Briles has been suspended with the intent to fire. Baylor hired an outside law firm to investigate allegations that the University didn’t take proper actions when there were reports of sexual assaults committed by football players. If the NCAA ever had a case to invokeRead More →