College basketball coaches are far from composed, patient and quiet individuals but because of the nature of their profession, they must remain in such a state in order to guarantee long-term stability in a profession that has very little of it. Following Duke’s win on Monday evening, diehard college hoops fans have seven long months
Kentucky was the heavy, heavy, heavy favorite to win the national title, even gaining so much steam that their odds outweighed the entire NCAA Tournament field.
Regardless of the outcome of Monday night’s national title game, there was guaranteed to be some fireworks in Madison.
A tradition unlike any other, lighting crap on fire to celebrate your school’s college basketball national championship.
Bo Ryan’s name is making the media rounds this morning after the Wisconsin coach had some interesting comments on a couple items following their national title game loss to Duke on Monday.
The NCAA tournament officially came to a close with another Duke national title on Monday night. While it may not have been the result many of you were hoping for, the end of the tournament is always bittersweet – it sucks because it’s over, but it also means we finally get the long-awaited “One Shining
Kentucky rolls into Indianapolis this weekend for the 2015 Final Four hoping to cap off one of the greatest single seasons in college basketball history, if not sports history.
Roy Williams’ North Carolina team was never considered heavy national title contenders this season but the very talented and athletic group definitely proved they can play with just about anyone, including No. 1 seed Wisconsin.
Daxter Miles, Jr. probably is not having the best Friday.
It would have taken a tremendous effort and a handful of perfect bounces for West Virginia to upset Kentucky in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night, ones that WVU freshman Daxter Miles was apparently expecting.
Even the referees joined West Virginia in getting obliterated in the early going of their Sweet 16 matchup with Kentucky.
Kentucky has been profiled as a tight-knit, loose and fun-loving team despite facing tremendous pressure to capture the program’s ninth NCAA Tournament title.