A year ago, Markel Starks was a standstill shooter. Now? He’s a legitimate point guard.
On Wednesday, Louisville became the sixth former Big East school to join the ACC. This comes a week after Rutgers and Maryland, a charter member of the original ACC, left to join the Big Ten. Chaos? Absolutely.
The Hurricanes couldn’t really be a contender at the top of the league, could they? We’ll have a pretty good idea if that’s possible after Wednesday night when Miami hosts Michigan State as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
It’s a benchmark Rutgers was on the verge of reaching a year ago, only to lose to Connecticut in the regular season finale. The memory still stings.
The latest round of conference musical chairs has left Connecticut once again looking for a seat.
Maryland set the stage; Act II played out Tuesday afternoon, when Rutgers announced its move to join the Terps in the Big Ten.
Maryland is set to announce it is joining the Big Ten. And it could mean a Rutgers defection from the Big East.
Multiple reports suggest Rutgers could be joining an expanded Big Ten Conference.
Conference commissioners will meet Monday, hoping to decide whether to have a six- or seven-game format for the new college football playoff.
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It’s easy to see the progress that this program has made in just one year under Turgeon. Maryland is deeper, bigger and savvier than they were at this time last year, and that will only be enhanced if Wells is allowed to play this season.
This is much more than 5-0 right now, this is about winning the conference and the Big East.
Already off to their best start since the magical 2006 season — the year when Rutgers finished 11-2 and won the first bowl game in program history — the Scarlet Knights need this hot start to become credible again.
Notre Dame has become the perennial overachiever in college basketball. Year after year, the Irish are picked low in preseason polls and somehow manage to regularly exceed expectations.
NC State has been anointed as the team to beat in the ACC. But what about Miami?