Name: Chimezie Metu School: University of Southern California Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’8, 210 lbs Strengths: Metu is a rangy athlete and an impactful specimen at his size. Aside from his sheer frame and length, he has solid mechanics in his game. He’s active, understands where to be on the floor, and he runs the floor with purpose. Metu
Name: Jevon Carter School: West Virginia University Year: Senior Height/Weight: 6’2, 200 lbs Strengths: The first thing that stands out about Jevon Carter is his defense. He is the point man in WVU’s “Press Virginia” defensive press scheme and uses his high motor to power a defense that forced opponents into an average of 20 turnovers per
The Atlantic 10 Tournament is one of the most underrated conference tournaments out there. It seems to become a battle that can be taken by any of the teams in the top half of the league, year after year. This year, the Atlantic 10 Tournament moves to Pittsburgh after four years in Brooklyn, New York. So
It was a big game for Kansas freshman Josh Jackson in a huge 79-73 road victory over No. 4 ranked Kentucky. Jackson finished with 20 points & 10 rebounds. Jackson did it all in Saturday’s win over Kentucky from sick dunks to showing tremendous effort, great shooting from both inside and outside the perimeter, to
Round 1: #7 Oregon State vs. #10 VCU Location: Oklahoma City, OK (March 17, 1:30 PM ET) Season record: 24-10, 14-4 in Atlantic 10, 1st in Atlantic 10 Why they can upset VCU is a scary 10-seed. They are a team with NCAA Tournament experience and still made noise after the departure of Shaka Smart.
Round 1: #5 Baylor vs #12 Yale Location: Providence, RI Season record: 22-6 (13-1 in Ivy) 1st in Ivy, Ivy league champions Why they can upset? This is Yale’s first time in the NCAA tournament since 1962. The Ivy League has had success in the tournament in recent years. Harvard advanced to the round of
Even for a small college, basketball is big at St. Bonaventure University. Win or lose, the “Wolfpack” is rowdy, heckling the other teams bench while cheering our own. This is year has been no different. However, this years Bonnies men’s and women’s teams have played well. Actually, they have played great. The women’s team has started
[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/199242475″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /] Episode 2 of Brother Kirk’s Corner is a preview and prediction segment for the NCAA Men’s Final Four. Kirk’s thoughts: – Duke vs. Michigan State: Why the Spartans are scary, and the match-up between Justice Winslow and Branden Dawson. – Kentucky vs. Wisconsin: The Sam Dekker match-up, and