With 353 teams in Division I hoops, there are plenty of stars - but which ones are the most unique? Welcome to the “Under 900” Club, where we pay homage to the most (statistically) incomparable players in college basketball. What makes them so unique? And how will their distinct games drive team success going forward?
With another weekend of college hoops in the books, the Weave recaps the Saturday and Sunday results with a special edition deep dive into the Loyola / Illinois State showdown in Chicago.
As conference play starts to heat up, we take this light Friday slate to look at the projected NCAA Field. Ky and Jim both tackled the task, each independently creating a bracket…two-for-one!
One powerhouse in the Great Lakes State is undefeated, by Michigan’s rival to the northwest has been mighty impressive this year, too. Cassius Winston has shown he’s an elite player - can he lead Michigan State on a title run?
The WCC is the best it’s ever been. Heading into conference play, we take a look at each squad’s current Tourney outlook.
150 games are too many to keep track of…
The NFL playoffs were on….
These are not acceptable excuses for losing sight of what really matters - come along with the Weave as we reflect on the wild weekend that was in college hoops.
Not all teams are created equal - and not all teams perform equally on both sides of the ball. In this article, we shine the magnifying glass over the most lopsided squads in the country this season and the past ten years.
The Weave took a dip into mid-major hoops, covering the South Dakota State @ Western Illinois game Friday evening. The Jackrabbits left no doubt who the Summit favorite is this year.
Herein, we compare this year’s rendition of the big bad Blue Devils with some of college basketball’s most dominant teams of the past decade to put into perspective just how dominant Duke has been this season…
Jim had the incredible opportunity to cover the CBS Sports Classic this past Saturday - a double-header between UCLA/Ohio St. and Kentucky/North Carolina. What was it like being in the “official” media? And of course, he had some thoughts on both games…
In a bonus edition of Jim’s look at the college hoops futures market, he dives into the just-released Conference Tournament odds at Caesars, hoping to find a winner or six to cash in on Selection Sunday…
It’s still early in the college basketball season, but several teams expected to make the NCAA Tournament are running out of chances to prove themselves in the nonconference. How much trouble are they in, looking all the way ahead to March?