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NCAA Tournament Preview: Pittsburgh Pathers

NCAA Tournament Preview: Pittsburgh Pathers

HOW THEY GOT HERE: Munching on cupcakes is one way to earn a bunch...

N.C. State wins one for the ACC

N.C. State wins one for the ACC

Suck on that Shaka Smart. No, wait…Xavier moved out of the A10 to the...

NCAA Tournament Preview: Duke Blue Devils

NCAA Tournament Preview: Duke Blue Devils

HOW THEY GOT HERE: It was a simple plan…add Jabari Parker (the next Carmelo...

NCAA Tournament Preview: Virginia Cavaliers

NCAA Tournament Preview: Virginia Cavaliers

HOW THEY GOT HERE: The Cavaliers were projected to have a great year. It...

ACC gets six into the NCAA Tournament

ACC gets six into the NCAA Tournament

The world’s greatest basketball conference ever will have to probably wait until it’s truly...

NCAA Tournament, Day One Recap

March 21, 2014
NCAA Tournament, Day One Recap

Day one is in the books. We saw the standard 12/5 upsets (Harvard, ND State), we saw a Final Four Favorite (Louisville) almost go down and we saw Aaron and the entire Arizona State bench lying down. 11 DAYTON OVER 6 OHIO STATE, 60-59 With 17 seconds left in the game, Aaron Craft hit...
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NCAA Tournament Preview: Pittsburgh Pathers

March 19, 2014
NCAA Tournament Preview: Pittsburgh Pathers

HOW THEY GOT HERE: Munching on cupcakes is one way to earn a bunch of wins, but it doesn’t guarantee a team will get an invite to the big dance. Pittsburgh nearly learned that the hard way. The Panthers suffered only one preseason defeat, mid-December, falling to Cincinnati when Titus Rubles’ put a rebound...
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Steve Donahue Is Outta Here!

March 19, 2014
Steve Donahue Is Outta Here!

Four years is all Boston College is giving Steve Donahue. After delivering just one winning season, way back in 2011 with basically Al Skinner’s players, the Eagles are looking for a new coach. You know what,  I can’t blame him. This team was heading in the wrong direction. Donahue went 54-76 overall, 24-44 in...
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2014 Worthless NCAA Tournament Predictions | Round of 64

March 19, 2014

Guess who has two thumbs and never won a NCAA tournament pool in his life? Yep, this guy (that probably works if you’re actually standing in front of you). Why do I tell you this? Because I want you to keep an open-mind, because while I would call these educated guesses…they are still guesses....
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N.C. State wins one for the ACC

March 19, 2014
N.C. State wins one for the ACC

Suck on that Shaka Smart. No, wait…Xavier moved out of the A10 to the Big East. Damn you realignment! Of course this has nothing to do with ACC pride or a non-controversial pissing contest between the VCU head coach and Duke’s Coach K. This is about winning a championship. This is about North Carolina State...
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NCAA Tournament Preview: Syracuse Orange

March 18, 2014
NCAA Tournament Preview: Syracuse Orange

HOW THEY GOT HERE: While no one would confuse Syracuse’s non-conference schedule with murderer’s row, using the effective Jim Boeheim 2-3 zone, the Orange shut down every opponent they faced, never letting anyone even challenge them early in the season. They picked up two signature wins, one over Baylor on a neutral court and...
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NCAA Tournament Preview: Duke Blue Devils

March 18, 2014
NCAA Tournament Preview: Duke Blue Devils

HOW THEY GOT HERE: It was a simple plan…add Jabari Parker (the next Carmelo Anthony) and arguable one of the nation’s best incoming transfers, Rodney Hood, to a group of solid role players fresh off a trip to the elite eight and Duke couldn’t fail, right? Playing one of the nation’s toughest non-conference schedules,...
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James Johnson is the first ACC coach to go

March 17, 2014
James Johnson is the first ACC coach to go

After just two seasons on the job, Tech has fired James Johnson. He compiled a 22-41 record, winning just six games in the ACC. If you recall, Johnson actually accepted a job at Clemson, before being hired back less than two weeks later. I have to be honest, I’m not sure what Virginia Tech...
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NCAA Tournament Preview: Virginia Cavaliers

March 17, 2014
NCAA Tournament Preview: Virginia Cavaliers

HOW THEY GOT HERE: The Cavaliers were projected to have a great year. It was year four in Tony Bennett’s rebuilding project and he had two of the best seniors in the ACC in Joe Harris and Akil Mitchell. Yet, they struggled to find a quality non-conference win, losing to VCU, Wisconsin and Green...
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ACC gets two into the N.I.T.

March 17, 2014
ACC gets two into the N.I.T.

Have you filled out your N.I.T. Brackets yet? No, neither have I. Sadly, the N.I.T. is the Caddyshack 2 of tournaments. We try to make ourselves watch it, because we associate it with the real thing, but in the end, we can’t get through five minutes. It’s there for the true diehard fans who...
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ACC gets six into the NCAA Tournament

March 16, 2014
ACC gets six into the NCAA Tournament

The world’s greatest basketball conference ever will have to probably wait until it’s truly the world’s greatest basketball conference. However, the ACC got six teams in, which is one more than most predicted they would have. You have to assume if the tournament was still just 64 teams, North Carolina State would have missed...
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Virginia Double Dips ACC Titles

March 16, 2014
Virginia Double Dips ACC Titles

One team knows how to finish…the other doesn’t. That’s been the story for both Virginia and Duke this year. Let’s go back to the 8:12 point in the second half. Duke holds a 47-46 lead. This is where you separate the men from the boys. The Cavaliers, who have finished games like men since...
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ACC Tournament, Finals: Virginia vs. Duke

March 15, 2014
ACC Tournament, Finals: Virginia vs. Duke

I know the Virginia Cavaliers are trying desperately to play the disrespect card. I get it, it has worked for many teams in all kinds of sports. The reality is, they don’t get the love from ESPN experts and analyst like Duke, North Carolina or even Syracuse. However, lets face a little reality, one...
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Duke Doesn’t Collapse…Advances

March 15, 2014

No matter what happens, Duke stud’s Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood are going to get the headlines and they deserve it. In Duke’s 75-67 victory over North Carolina State, Parker controlled the paint, stayed aggressive and scored 20 points, grabbing eight boards. Rodney Hood scored 14 points and did a solid job defending ACC...
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Cavaliers one game away from ACC Title

March 15, 2014

“We won ugly,” said Virginia head coach Tony Bennett. Why was it ugly? The Cavaliers hit 47% of their shots, the two teams only turned it over a combined 19 times, fouls were not an issue. It was a hard fought, good defensive effort by both team. 24 minutes into the game and no...
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Recruiting

Miami Hurricanes Lands Another 2014 Recruit

After a tremendous 2012-13 season, many wondered if Miami Hurricanes head coach Jim Larrañaga would be able to make that one amazing season payoff. It certainly should this offseason he could for the short-term, as Larrañaga was able to quickly re-load with a handful of transfers. Yet, I still wanted to know if it would payoff...

Clemson Lands First 2014 Recruit

2014 combo guard Gabe DeVoe decided there was no reason to wait and verbally committed to the Clemson Tigers this week. From the Shelby Star: “The recruiting process gets a little aggravating,” DeVoe said. “So I decided I was going to get it out of the way. Now I won’t have to worry about...

AAU Coach: Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones Leaning Towards Duke

Mamma always taught me to never believe everything an AAU coach says, but if Duke fans are willing to ignore my mother, then good news, everybody! From CBS Sports Gary Parrish: (Jahlil) Okafor’s AAU coach, on Friday, publicly established Duke as the leader for the supposed package deal. “I believe there is a great...

Miami Hurricanes Land First 2017 Recruit…Wait, What?

Who said a ACC Championship wouldn’t pay off for the Miami Hurricanes? Head coach James Larrañaga has gotten a verbal commitment from D.J. Russell, a 6-6 small forward out of Jacksonville, Florida. He’s due to arrive on campus in the Fall of 2017. Yes, 2017. From Cane Sport: “Their style fits me and I...

Donte Clark Headed To UMass

I guess if you’re not smart enough to get into Virginia Tech, then UMass is your place. Former Hokies commit Donte Clark is reportedly headed to UMass after he failed to gain admission into Virginia Tech. Originally penciled in as a starter for the 2013 Hokies, Clark will most likely have to sit out a...

Pittsburgh Steals Four-Star Stud

Right when you think the 2013-14 rosters a pretty much set, Jamie Dixon goes and messes everything up. Detrick Mostella, a 4-star shooting guard who committed to the Oklahoma State back in November, has switched it up and is now headed to Pittsburgh. This is a fantastic get for Pitt, a team that desperately...

Boston College Signs Another One

I guess it’s never too late to go get more players. According to BC Interrupted, the Eagles landed Swedish power forward Billy Magarity Jr. He becomes the third member of Steve Donahue’s 2013 class. The other two are Darryl Hicks and Garland Owens. Listed at 210 centimeters (that’s 6-11 for us ‘Mericans),  he’s the 23rd rated...

Duke Makes First Offer in 2015 Class

Despite the fact the Duke Blue Devils have just one verbal commitment for 2014, that doesn’t mean they aren’t already looking ahead to 2015. The Duke coaching staff has officially made their first offer to Ben Simmons, the #3 overall rated player in the 2015 class. The Australian born forward is a beast, who...

Maryland Adds a Jersey Boy

Mark Turgeon continues to pile up four-star recruits. Jared Nickens needed just one visit to College Park and he was sold, verbally committing to Maryland this weekend. A native of Westtown, Pennsylvania, he’s listed as the #22 shooting guard by ESPN (although he should be a small forward in college). He is the third...

Terrapins Add Another Guard

Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon landed a second guard in the 2014 class, when shooting guard Dion Wiley committed to the Terrapins today. Per @insidemdsports, Dion Wiley (@noshawties) has committed to the #Terps. The sharpshooter is a huge pickup for ’14. — TerpsRecruiting (@terpsrecruiting) June 7, 2013   Wiley is the second 4-star recruit...

Projected Lineups

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Miami Hurricanes

I’m finally wrapping up my “projected lineup” series with the Miami Hurricanes. I started...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Maryland Terrapins

Heading into 2013-14 season, the Maryland Terrapins are a young team, but with some...

Projected Lineup: Wake Forest Demon Deacons

What if I told you I didn’t hate this Wake Forest team? You’d think...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Syracuse Orange

I’ll be honest, I’m not familiar with the new ACC teams like I am...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Virginia Cavaliers

It’s time for Virginia Cavaliers to get over the hump. Instead of storming the...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Virginia Tech Hokies

Last year the Virginia Tech Hokies were not a good team and that was...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Pittsburgh Panthers

It’s been one hell of an off-season for the Pittsburgh Panthers. Players leaving early...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

You have to hand it to Yellow Jacket’s head coach Brian Gregory. Last year...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Florida State Seminoles

The Florida State Seminoles are coming off a rough year. Just 18-16 a season...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: North Carolina State Wolfpack

Mark Gottfried has his work cut out for him in 2013-14. He loses his...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Notre Dame Fighting Irish

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish get their first shot at the ACC. Luckily for...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: North Carolina Tar Heels

Now that Andrew Wiggins has finally made his decision (it was Kansas), we can...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Boston College Eagles

The Boston College Eagles are coming off what would appear to be a disappointing...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Clemson Tigers

In the ACC, some starting lineups are easy to figure out, while others will...

Projected 2013-14 Lineup: Duke Blue Devils

Players…they come and then they go. Starting lineups feature new stars. The roles players...


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