Manhattan announced this afternoon that head coach Steve Masiello on leave while he attempts to fix a discrepancy on his resume. Continue reading “Manhattan Places Steve Masiello on Leave”
It appeared that every outlet had Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello receiving and accepting an offer from South Florida of the American Athletic Conference for the same position less than 24 hours ago. Continue reading “Steve Masiello Not Hired by South Florida”
Steve Masiello has accepted the head coaching job at South Florida after three successful seasons at Manhattan. Continue reading “Steve Masiello Hired by South Florida”
This is the latest projected NIT bracket I have through Sunday’s results. Once again I used Jerry Palm’s projected NCAA field to figure out the at-large bids and determine where I was going with the NIT bracket. Thus if you’re wondering who to complain to about your team being in the NCAA field or the NIT talk to him. Miami (FL) and USF both scored big wins on Sunday that pushed them up near the top of the bracket. Also, my seed scrubbing was done using CBS’ team comparison feature, which made this much easier to do. I expect that there will be a ton of conference tournament upsets, so if you’re a seven or eight seed there is still work to do.
Conference play has begun and that means that if you play in a major conference you’ve got a whole bunch of chances to get quality wins over the next two months or so. Every game (unless you play in the Pac-12 or are facing the bottom quartile of the Big East) is one against a quality opponent. Teams that take advantage of those opportunities could find themselves in the NCAA tournament come Selection Sunday. The ones that fail to do so will be hanging out in the NIT.