About half of the teams in Division I have finished their regular season (or will shortly). As Joe Lunardi tweeted on Sunday night the brackets are starting to look like the real thing. Continue reading “NIT Bracket Thoughts: Feb. 25, 2018”
Conference season is winding down and my end-of-season NIT projection is starting to look quite similar to some “if the season ended today” NCAA Tournament projections. I released a new bracket this morning and it’s probably time I took a moment to discuss some of the more controversial points. Continue reading “Discussing the NIT: Feb. 19, 2018”
I typically contain my missives about Northwestern into tweets, but after watching last night’s narrow loss to Georgia Tech and reading the discussion online I wanted to share some extended thoughts about the Wildcats. Continue reading “Where Northwestern Is Now”
Mount St. Mary’s played an incredible half against Villanova and there was lots of other action around the country on a big day for the college basketball postseason. Continue reading “About Last Night: March 16, 2017”
Now it’s getting real. There is just a month until Selection Sunday and the resumes are starting to solidify. Continue reading “NIT Bracketology: Feb. 13, 2017”
I don’t write much about my graduate alma mater on this site, because well, Northwestern isn’t in New York City. (Though the Wildcats are coming to the Barclays Center this season.) But today Chris Collins has provided the college basketball community with a great example of what not to do in non-conference scheduling. Continue reading “How To Fail At Scheduling 101: Northwestern”
Saint Francis U. upset Rutgers 73-68 Saturday. The Red Flash are now 6-4, coming off good wins against Duquesne and Rutgers.
Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Saint Francis U. 73, Rutgers 68”