The Drive Thursday 6-21-12- Coach K checks in with The Drive to talk about his upcoming run in London with USA Basketball, his time with the Dream Team in Barcelona, and they get into the Bobcats and how Michael Jordan can turn it around.
National titles, Final fours, Conference titles, 20 win seasons, and top 25 appearances help build the resume. Putting your program on probation, embarrassing your program and/or yourself publicly, having been fired, not making the tournament, […]
Shane Battier: “The Value Of Playing College Basketball Has Been Greatly Diminished By Young Athletes Today”
Mac Attack 3/19: Duke legend, and Miami Heat forward Shane Battier calls in to talk about Duke’s loss to Lehigh Friday, his thoughts on this years Blue Devils team, and his thoughts on one-and-dones in college hoops.
After their early exit in the NCAA tournament yesterday I wanted to wish Duke a happy St. Patrick’s Day. The boys blue now have the day off to enjoy all the festivities this day has to offer, the parades, green beer, corned beef, and Irish Car Bombs.
As a usually outspoken Duke fan it is odd that I would wait until now to post about this past Saturdays UNC-Duke game.
A few weeks ago I wrote a Valentine’s Day letter to Duke. For the most part it wasn’t, well, lets just say very nice. It apparently raised quite a ruckus, so for that I would like to apologize. So Duke, I am sorry.
After watching Duke barely survive in overtime against Virginia Tech, I couldn’t help but wonder has Duke lost their mystique at home. Is Cameron not the feared place to play it once was? It seems as though Duke has been more impressive on the road then they have been host.
After missing last week due to my sons sickness and being very busy with Superior Car Service, I’m back with a new ACC Basketball Report.
I’m going to put the WFNZ Weekly SEC Basketball Report on hold till next Thursday to give you my breakdown of the Duke/UNC game from last night.
As Thanksgiving is here it makes me want to reflect on everything I am thankful for. So, instead of my everyday, run-of-the-mill blog, I wanted to reflect on what to give thanks to this year, just like we used to do way back in grade school. So this year, here is what makes me truly thankful.