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Feeling More Like March

Sports PhotoThe main focus of college sports is on the upcoming FBS playoff. But even with the richness of this sport’s history, is there another sport influencing the future? SC’s Jonathan Lowe spins that idea around. Complete Story

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Coach K and the Brilliance of Adaptability

Sports PhotoThere aren’t many similarities between college basketball 30-plus years ago and the sport today. But one is that Mike Krzyzewski continues to have a top-ranked team at Duke. SC’s Ross Lancaster looks at the incredible and unparalleled adaptability Coach K has shown throughout the years. Complete Story

PK80 Reveals Plenty in Portland

Sports PhotoThe PK80 exposed a lot about some of the stronger NCAA programs early this season. SC’s Jean Neuberger provides a glimpse into what was discovered during four days of basketball bliss in the Pacific Northwest. Complete Story

The Curious Case of Memphis

Sports PhotoWhen you think of a program that has so many ingredients, and yet is struggling mightily, one name comes to mind. SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a glimpse at the surprising recent troubles at Memphis. Complete Story

The Head of the Class

Sports PhotoThere was history to be made for either of the finalists in Monday’s NCAA men’s basketball championship. But to the victor goes the spoils. What did North Carolina achieve with their win in Phoenix? Complete Story

The Decline of Mid-Majors in the Tournament

Sports PhotoSC’s Ross Lancaster looks at how, despite the West Coast Conference having an entry in the Final Four, mid-major schools and leagues are more underrepresented in the NCAA tournament than they used to be. Complete Story

NCAA Tournament: From 64 to 16

Sports PhotoAs the NCAA field has been whittled down from 64 to 16 teams, SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a glance at what this past weekend’s slate of games revealed about the current state of affairs in college basketball. Complete Story

NCAA Tournament: Bracket Bluster

Sports PhotoIt’s NCAA tournament time, that time of year when 67 games are ultimately overshadowed by one game — the guessing game. SC’s Jeffrey Boswell gives his picks and very non-statistical analysis. Complete Story

Double-Digit Darlings

Sports PhotoEvery year, there are teams who destroy NCAA tourney brackets with monumental upsets in March. SC’s Jean Neuberger selects three sleeper teams with a chance to shatter the hopes of many next month. Complete Story

The West’s Destiny?

Sports PhotoThe last time a team from the Western United States made a Final Four, Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook were in UCLA uniforms. In 2017, however, there are four teams in the Pacific or Mountain time zones that have a solid shot to break that drought. Complete Story

More College Basketball Commentary

01.30.17 Cinderella’s Wearing Purple For 2017 By Jean Neuberger
12.19.16 Thoughts From the Weekend in Hoops By Jonathan Lowe
11.14.16 A Hoops Season to Be Excited For By Ross Lancaster
04.05.16 One For the Ages By Jean Neuberger
03.28.16 Syracuse and the Paradox of Paradoxes By Ross Lancaster
03.21.16 Someone Need Saving? By Jonathan Lowe
03.17.16 Brackets & Breakdowns By Jeffrey Boswell
03.14.16 The Bracket: First Glance Analysis By Jean Neuberger
03.07.16 NCAA-Bound? The Wichita State Debate By Ross Lancaster
02.17.16 Contenders Are Slowly Emerging By Jean Neuberger
02.09.16 The Truly Wide-Open Season By Ross Lancaster
12.29.15 From Holiday to Celebrate By Jonathan Lowe
07.03.15 35 For 30: A Smart Move By Jean Neuberger

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