College Basketball February Stats Leaders

Top 5 Leaders for the month of February in college basketball in:   Points Per Game: Shamorie Ponds (St. John’s) – 28.8 Jaylen Adams (St. Bonaventure) – 27.9 Jordan Howard (Central Arkansas) – 26.7 Kendrick Nunn (Oakland) – 26.6 Andre Spight (Northern Colorado) – 26.6 Rebounds Per Game: Jemerrio Jones (New Mexico State) – 15.7

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Rutgers, Iowa Advance in Play-In Round of Big Ten Tournament

Illinois vs. Iowa What started out as slow and sloppy play, turned into some high scoring offense. The Iowa Hawkeyes earned the right to advance in the Big Ten Tournament by defeating the Illinois Illini 96-87. The Illini hung in almost all game and answered many Hawkeye runs. However, in the end, the Illini were

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Shareef O'Neal

The Four Best Suitors for Shareef O’Neal

On Saturday, Class of 2018 Crossroads (CA) School 6-foot-9 forward Shareef O’Neal, announced he is reopening his college recruitment, per his twitter page. This follows reports that Arizona head coach Sean Miller was caught discussing a 100K payment for star freshman Deandre Ayton via FBI wiretaps. With O’Neal reopening his recruitment, we take a look

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Princeton Basketball

Princeton Keeps Ivy League Tournament Chances Alive With Win Over Dartmouth

Princeton Men’s Basketball faced off against Dartmouth Saturday night at Jadwin Gym. It was Senior Night for the Tigers and fourth-year guard Amir Bell made the most of it. Bell passed current Tigers head coach and former Princeton player, Mitch Henderson, for seventh all-time in assists in program history. Bell also became the 34th player

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Trae Young

Can You Trust Oklahoma’s Trae Young At the NBA Level?

Although he’s playing point guard this year, he’s not a natural point guard that an NBA team can rely on to run a team …Will have to adjust to not being a volume shooter which could have an effect on his effectiveness … Doesn’t like when defenses are too physical with him … Not a

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Princeton’s Ivy League Tournament Hopes Dwindled by Harvard

Princeton Men’s Basketball took on the Harvard Crimson Friday Night at Jadwin Gym. Coming into the game the Tigers needed to protect their home court to keep their chances of making the Ivy League Tournament alive. Harvard took command late in the second half and overtime to seal a 72-66 win to put them in

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Tramaine Isabell, Drexel Dragons

Drexel makes biggest comeback in NCAA history, stuns Delaware

“Hungry dogs run faster,” is the message Drexel guard Troy Harper scribed on Dragons’ whiteboard in the locker room prior to their game against the Delaware Blue Hens, and that very memo is all he could focus on during halftime as his team trailed 56-29. Drexel (12-18, 6-11 CAA), who once trailed by as many

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Schmidt Talking

Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 14: The Streak That Ended In The Reilly Center

On this week’s episode of Schmidt Talking, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt recap the Bonnies win over no. 16 Rhode Island, look ahead at games against Duquesne and VCU, and break down the Bonnies chances at an at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament. The game against Rhode Island was the best basketball the Bonnies have

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Columbia Grabs Big Win Over Princeton Down the Final Stretch of Ivy League Play

Columbia Men’s Basketball squared off against Ivy League archrival Princeton Saturday night at Levien Gym. The Lions got off to an impressive 25-7 start with 11:17 remaining in the first half.  Columbia dominated from the jump to the final buzzer lifting them to an 85-60 win over the Tigers. The Lions (7-16, 4-6) were led

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Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech Could Shake Up ACC with Potential 2018 Class

Buzz Williams has really worked hard on helping make Virginia Tech a contender within the ACC and nationally. Williams has always had the reputation of being a relentless recruiter. He and his staff have always had the ability to genuinely connect with recruits making them feel comfortable wherever he has been the head man. Virginia

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