It’s nice that the Jets got a potential pass-rusher in the middle front like first-round DL Quinton Coples of North Carolina. But the draftees you really want to watch for the next couple of years came much later.
With the big programs set to lose — and gain –some key players, the NCAA landscape could look quite different next season.
Boomer asked Craig if he is comfortable being 6’1″, pudgy and bald – which I think was a legitimate question, although Craig didn’t seemed pleased with it.
The Wildcats may have lost to Vanderbilt on Sunday, but they’re still ripe for a major run in the NCAA Tournament.
I’m well aware that the Golden Eagles lost a few weeks ago at Notre Dame and earlier in the season at Georgetown, but other than Syracuse this looks like the team that has the chance to go the deepest in the NCAA Tournament.
If you like Big East basketball, Cincy-Marquette is a must watch.
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Welcome back to the national spotlight, No. 24 Seton Hall.
Some of the most passionate Orange fans will tell you that anything less than winning a National Championship will be a disappointment.
Rick Stansbury doesn’t need a scouting report. All it takes is a few minutes of film to recognize just how tough it’s going to be for his Mississippi State team to beat Baylor on Wednesday night in Dallas.
It feels like every year Jim Boeheim’s team gets off to a monster roll in November and December. That could all change on Saturday.
Back in early September, Andrew Luck was considered the heavy favorite—but the trophy is won on the field.
Does Baylor really need another lead guard? They don’t have a choice because here he is.
Although the TCU-Utah matchup doesn’t scream prestige or history, make no mistake, this is by far the biggest game of week 10.