Top 5 Moments of 2016

As 2017 rolls in, lets look at the unforgettable moments of 2016. May the new year bring us half as good of moments as these. Honorable Mention. Wednesday Night: The Dillon Brooks 3 5. UCLA vs. UNC – December 17:… Continue Reading


Top 6 Games to Watch this Weekend

6. Tennessee at #7 North Carolina – Sunday, 5pm ET (ESPN) – UNC is coming off a scare at home against Davidson and welcome in a high-scoring Tennessee team. The Vols have 7 players who score 8.9 points per game or better… Continue Reading


Nova’s Reign Continues: Big East Preview

Despite finishing the 2014-15 season with the third highest conference RPI, Big East conference teams begin this season with a familiar tag: underrated. Some might even call it disrespected.


Villanova Takes the Big East

For the first time since 1995, Villanova won the Big East Tournament after crushing Xavier 69-52 Saturday night. For the third straight day, it was the Josh Hart show. Hart, the Big East 6th Man of the Year, was near perfect… Continue Reading


Nova Squeaks Past Providence into Big East Championship

In a loud and excited Madison Square Garden, Villanova inched by Providence 63-61 to advance to the Big East Championship tomorrow night. Ryan Arcidiacono’s two free throws with three seconds left put Nova up two and Ladontae Henton’s misfired three secured the Wildcats their first… Continue Reading


Nova Cruises by Marquette in Quarterfinals of Big East Tournament

Villanova would not have a repeat of their first Big East Tournament game from a year ago when they were upset by Seton Hall, as they stormed by Marquette 84-49 in the Big East quarterfinals. Josh Hart was unstoppable for… Continue Reading


First Quarter Review: Big East

The Big East has made one of the biggest conference turnarounds so far early into this season, as our Jamal Murphy predicted. Last season, in its first as the “New Big East” the conference was dominated by Villanova, who were… Continue Reading


East Bracket Preview: Round One Breakdown

This region is an extremely fun one to pick. First of all a big shout out to me, Scott Zolotorow, for correctly predicting a month ago that Virginia would get the final one seed, while everyone else said I was… Continue Reading


The Big 5: Philadelphia, A City Divided

For the city of Philadelphia, the word rivalry isn’t as simple as playing your most hated team each year. In Philly you play four of those games. Each team’s fans attend games and live, work, and interact with each other… Continue Reading