Five Things You Missed
Many of the early-season tournaments wrapped up this past weekend. Along with Duke’s win (see below), No. 17 Gonzaga won the Old Spice Classic in Orlando behind 24 points and 10 rebounds from Elias Harris, and Doug McDermott scored 29 to lead No. 14 Creighton over Arizona State in the Las Vegas Invitational final. There were also a pair of shocking upsets this weekend.
It seems like the college basketball season starts earlier and earlier every year. Games are being played all over the world, in arenas and on boats, but with football still going strong, much of the excitement gets lost in the shuffle. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are five noteworthy events from the weekend in college hoops.
As Jim Nantz said while confetti rained inside New Orleans’ Superdome, the Kentucky Coronation is complete. The Wildcats, the nation’s best team all season, beat Kansas last night 67-59 for the school’s eighth national championship.
By: Andrew Kahn Saturday’s Final Four action in New Orleans featured two impressive second-half runs by the teams trailing at halftime, but only one was able to complete the comeback. Kansas overcame a nine-point halftime […]
By: Andrew Kahn It all goes so quickly. After an exciting weekend, college basketball is just three games away from deciding its champion. The Final Four, in New Orleans, is set: Kentucky, the lone 1 […]
By Andrew Kahn How’s your bracket looking? Yeah, mine too. The NCAA Tournament got underway on Thursday and, as usual, the results were unpredictable. Other than the four top seeds, no team was safe. That’s […]
By Andrew Kahn Joe Lunardi can finally get a good night’s sleep. Yesterday was Selection Sunday, meaning the field is set for this year’s NCAA Tournament. This weekend was college basketball’s last before the Big […]
- UNC Baseball Mike Fox: “It’s Always A Battle, Anyone Can Win, Records Don’t Matter.”
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- John Manuel ESPNU: “College Baseball Has Never Been Bigger In The State Of North Carolina”
- Theo Pinson To Make The Call Wednesday
- Sports Author John Feinstein: “Other Than The Respect For The Golf I Don’t Know Why People Like Tiger”