Abolish the RTC? No Need to Cut Off Nose to Spite... →
Lost Letterman makes the case today that RTCing is college basketball’s “worst tradition.” They’re wrong, of course. When executed in the right situation (e.g., Indiana beating Kentucky at the buzzer), it’s the best tradition. Students celebrating in a massive, dripping, exuberant throng of jubilation along with the players is one of the best parts of our game. ...
Dunkdafied: Andre Drummond Breaking Rims...
Connecticut may have lost the game tonight at Rutgers, but Andre Drummond went Superman on this elevation and throwdown in the paint early in the first half.
Georgia's Gerald Robinson Went Iverson On His...
We’re not officials by any reasonable metric, but this drive by Gerald Robinson appears to contain at least three, maybe four, no-dribble steps for the game-tying layup in tonight’s game against Winthrop.
When you’re 59, you’re realistic that you don’t have a whole...– Louisville head coach Rick Pitino, with his semi-annual pre-retirement speech on Tuesday. Does anybody (other than perhaps Ms. Sypher) want to take the under?
We just focus on the next game. It doesn’t matter if it’s Kansas or...– Missouri’s Ricardo Ratliffe, showing an impressive command of Division III basketball schools. To be fair, the big Tiger hails from Hampton, Virginia, just down the road a bit from CNU.
Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski addresses the media as he accepts his Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year award.
Right away, from watching film, they talk. They talk a lot. That was one of the...– Purdue’s Matt Painter, giving his impression of Xavier’s players as a little too physical and mouthy for his tastes.