Category Archives: College

Chris Holtmann Named New Head Coach Of Ohio State

Chris Holtmann; Credit Getty Images

By Ryan Touhey,

Former Butler head coach Chris Holtmann will be transferring from the Big East Conference to the Big Ten Conference. He has been named the new head coach of Ohio State University. The announcement was made official on Friday, June 9.

Arizona Earns No. 1 Spot In Top 25

Credit – Chris Hook/Arizona Athletics

By Ryan Touhey,

Arizona freshman guard Rawle Alkins announced on Sunday that he had second thoughts about entering the NBA Draft, and instead opted to return to Arizona for this upcoming season. It may wind up being a logical choice for Alkins because Arizona is expected to accomplish big things during the 2017-18 NCAA basketball season.

Sacred Heart’s Quincy McKnight Transfers To Seton Hall

Quincy McKnight, Credit Sacred Heart

By Ryan Touhey,

Quincy McKnight has spent his first two years of his college basketball career supporting the letters: S, H, U. As he enters his junior season, he will continue to represent those letters but for a different school. McKnight is transferring from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, to Seton Hall University in Orange, New Jersey.

Kentucky Fans Identified But Not Charged For Threatening NCAA Official

Kentucky head coach John Calipari argues a call in the first half of the South Regional final game against North Carolina in the NCAA college basketball tournament Sunday, March 26, 2017, in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) 

By Ryan Touhey,

According to numerous news sources, NCAA referee John Higgins was the target of threats from Kentucky basketball fans during the NCAA Tournament. They occurred after Kentucky’s 75-73 South Regional final loss to North Carolina in Memphis Tennessee on March 26.

NCAA Schedule Revision Talks Continue

Credit – Jonathan Dyer

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.