Category Archives: College

NCAA Schedule Revision Talks Continue

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By Ryan Touhey,

The NCAA Basketball Rules Committee continued to talk about the possibilities of shaking up the regular season schedule. According, to the News & Observer, one of them was possibly breaking up the games into four quarters instead of the two 20 minute halves. Ultimately, that idea was scratched.

NCAA States That It’s Considering Schedule Changes for 2018-19

By Ryan Touhey,

According to various news outlets, the Division I Men’s College Basketball Oversight Committee is reportedly having talks regarding a schedule change. More specifically, a change in the starting date for the season.

Miles Bridges To Return To Michigan State Next Season

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By Ryan Touhey,

According to numerous news outlets, Miles Bridges of Michigan State, has decided to keep his college basketball career going next season. “I got some unfinished business here,” Bridges told the Associated Press. Bridges’ ultimate goal is to hoist the NCAA National Championship over his head. Bridges had a dazzling freshmen year campaign, leading the Spartans in points per game, which was 16.7 points.

The Environment Of Ewing’s Hiring As Georgetown Head Coach

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By Ryan Touhey,

Basketball hall of famer and New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing, will return to his grassroots later this year, as he was named the new head coach of the Georgetown Hoyas last week on April 3. Ewing, the first Hoya to be selected first overall in an NBA draft back in 1985, played for Georgetown from 1981-85 and led them to three NCAA Championship games in his four years of eligibility.

NCAA Championship Game Tomorrow In Phoenix

By Ryan Touhey,

Tomorrow night’s NCAA Championship game will be battled out between Gonzaga and North Carolina, at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Gonzaga and North Carolina both had to fight their way to the championship. Gonzaga defeated South Carolina last night 77-73 to advance, while North Carolina hung on to defeat Oregon 77-76.