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There Will Be Madness

Sports PhotoThere won’t be objections about finishing the college basketball season this March. SC’s Jean Neuberger discusses why this year’s March Madness, even in a one-state bubble with no fans, will move forward. Complete Story

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Patience May Be Necessary

Sports PhotoWe expected a turbulent and uncertain college basketball season, and SC’s Ross Lancaster writes that we’ve got it in spades. He looks at why the answer could be adding time onto the season and why the Gonzaga Bulldogs are the title favorite thus far. Complete Story

College Basketball 2020-21: What’s This Going to Look Like?

Sports PhotoThere’s no way around it — college basketball this season is going to be different during the pandemic, writes SC’s Ross Lancaster. He looks at what we can expect from an abbreviated season. Complete Story

Four Teams That Could Crash the Party For March Madness

Sports PhotoAs we approach the NCAA tournament, traditional powers have every chance of being in the Final Four. But a wide-open season means that more programs without an elite pedigree could be around later. Complete Story

Cinderella Watch List: 2020 Edition

Sports PhotoAs March Madness approaches, SC’s Jean Neuberger brings back the list of potential candidates to wear glass slippers and break hearts … and brackets, come next month. Complete Story

Previewing March Madness Contenders

Sports PhotoThe home stretch of the college basketball season is near, but there are still games to be played and jockeying in the rankings. Let’s take an early look at the top four teams which would likely be slated as No. 1 seeds in their respective brackets. Complete Story

The Baylor Miracle

Sports PhotoBaylor was once a program mired in controversy, as a program that lacked institutional control saw one player murdered and many others fleeing the program that Dave Bliss ruined. Now, as the Bears sit at No. 1, SC’s Jean Neuberger marvels at Baylor’s winding road to the top. Complete Story

College Basketball’s Curious Season

Sports PhotoTo say the least, it’s been a wild and unpredictable college basketball season thus far. SC’s Ross Lancaster tries to make sense of it and looks at a big statistical trend you might not have realized. Complete Story

High Sky Today For the Metro League

Sports PhotoWhile conference realignment has reshuffled the deck in the last decade, there were a set of changes 20 years before that marked some underpinnings. SC’s Jonathan Lowe reviews a conference done in by the first big wave … and what many of those former members are up to today. Complete Story

Wiseman Case is a Litmus Test For NCAA

Sports PhotoMemphis is making waves on the court and on the recruiting trail. However, as SC’s Jean Neuberger states, the case of James Wiseman is a thorn that the NCAA can’t overlook and the school must answer for. Complete Story

More College Basketball Commentary

05.07.19 Note to NCAA: Grow a Backbone By Jean Neuberger
04.09.19 Resilient Cavs Snatch the Crown By Jean Neuberger
04.04.19 Can Michigan State Break the Big Ten’s Title Drought? By Ross Lancaster
03.20.19 2019 NCAA Tournament Q&A By Jeffrey Boswell
03.19.19 Trends in 2019, Bracket-Style By Jonathan Lowe
03.18.19 Initial Thoughts on the Tournament Bracket By Jean Neuberger
02.25.19 A Knack For Settling Scores By Jonathan Lowe
02.12.19 March’s Dark Horse? Houston By Jean Neuberger
02.04.19 Is This the Year? By Jonathan Lowe
01.14.19 Is Zion Williamson the Best Collegiate Dunker Ever? By Paul Liacos
01.07.19 What’s Up With the Pac-12? By Jean Neuberger
12.24.18 Burning Questions Heading Into Conference Play By Ross Lancaster
12.10.18 Duke is Most Famous Team, But Are They the Best? By Paul Liacos

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