If you’re born in Ann Arbor, most probably you’d want to call the University of Michigan your alma mater. Ask –as if it was necessary– Drew Lowder, the leading Junior point guard of Pioneer High School and 2019-class prospect. AA born and raised, Lowder is poised to make a run at Michigan’s hoops scene, and
A very special episode of The Sunday Fadeaway as Philadelphia fan favorite and voice of the 76ers Marc Zumoff joined the show! Zumoff talks about the fate of the current 76ers and their push into the playoffs, he talks about his favorite Sixers moments since he took the play-by-play job in 1994, answers some Twitter
It’s been an up and down year for the Atlantic 10, to say the least. The chances of getting more than two teams into the NCAA Tournament looked very slim after non-conference play. The Rhode Island Rams and the Saint Bonaventure Bonnies looked like the two front-runners to make the Big Dance come March, but
In Epiosde 17, the guys Alec Walt and Kyle Allan talk about the match-up vs. UCLA in the round of the First Four! Every match-up is win or go home in the NCAA Tournament and it is the same for the Bonnies as they take on UCLA. UCLA brings a team with one of the best guards
This week on the Sunday Fadeaway Ryan welcomes long-time guest of the show Brandon Carfagna to the mic to discuss all things March Madness. In just a few hours after the release of the bracket, Ryan and Brandon took to the microphone to discuss the field of 68 who was in that shouldn’t have been
The Villanova Wildcats pulled off an OT victory against the Providence Friars to repeat as Big East Tournament Champions. The Wildcats jumped out to a quick 10-2 lead on the Friars in the first 4:06 to play in the game. A few buckets by Jalen Brunson coupled with some great defense, held the Friars to
Game No. 1: Harvard (#1) 74, Cornell (#4) 55 “My teammates have confidence in me to make plays and that’s what I try to do,” said a stoic Seth Towns, who’s game-high 24 points led the Harvard Crimson to a 74-55 Ivy League Tournament semifinal victory over the Cornell Big Red inside of the historic
Oh, March, how the college basketball world has missed you. You are a month that draws fans to the game and even those who aren’t fans to tune in and see what all the buzz is about. However, before the 68 teams that are selected into the ultimate bracket, there is one major tournament that occurs first.
The Atlantic 10 Conference has been one odd, yet exciting conference to watch this season. At the top you have Rhode Island, St. Bonaventure, and Davidson, followed by a middle class that’s been its deepest in years. A total of nine teams, tournament seeded 4-12, finished with conference records three games apart from each other.
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