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Pittsburgh head coach Jeff Capel just finished his first season at the helm of the Panther program, reflects upon the last twelve months, while also looking back at his time as the associate head coach at Duke in order...
Hey, did you hear? Duke is out of the NCAA Tournament. Yup. It's true. After someone made the claim that March is ruled by chaos and that Duke would be unwise to try and coast despite being incredibly favored to...
Once again, the Duke Blue Devils have stayed true to the NCAA mantra and “survived and advanced" past ACC foe Virginia Tech into the Elite 8. Much like the UCF Golden Knights before them, the Hokies failed on a (pretty...
I don't know if there was a definitive point where Michigan's fate was sealed on Thursday night against Texas Tech. It could have been the 16 points scored in the first half, or the 5% shooting from three, but...
The first four days of the NCAA Tournament brought a few upsets (Liberty, UC Irvine), buzzer-beaters (LSU over Maryland), and ultra-competitive contests like the mountain-scaling comeback from Iowa, only to see the Hawkeyes fade in overtime against 2-seed Tennessee....
In order for LSU to reach the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 2006, they first had to solve the riddle of a pesky Maryland zone. The Tigers did and it was just in the nick of time. Tremont Waters...
13th-seed UC Irvine extended the longest winning streak in the nation by defeating number four-seed Kansas State Wildcats 70-64 in San Jose in the first round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The Anteaters came to life in the second...
After a reset year in 2018, VCU resumed its familiar place atop the Atlantic 10 standings in 2018-19, winning the regular season conference title en route to a 25-7, 16-2 record overall. The handiwork resulted in the Rams securing...
When Tomas Murphy takes the court on Thursday afternoon with his Northeastern teammates against Kansas, it will be an indication that all is going according to plan for the sophomore forward. Kansas, a blueblood program ranked 4th overall in the...
 Jordan Brenner has covered the NBA and college basketball for over a decade at places including ESPN, Bleacher Report, and the Athletic. He also founded a site called Giant Killers back in 2006 which accurately projected George Mason's Cinderella...

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