Quick Evening Recap: Belmont Comes Close, Mayo Fizzles Out

March 20th, 2008

A quick review of the evening action on Day One of the NCAA Tournament:

(2) Duke 71 - (15) Belmont 70

Live From DC: Interview w/ Duke's Greg Paulus

March 19th, 2008

Live from Washington DC, CHN's Jon Teitel is covering the NCAA Tournament pod featuring Xavier/Georgia, Baylor/Purdue, West Virginia/Arizona, and Belmont/Duke. He'll be checking in periodically with player & coach interviews as well as news updates from the Verizon Center.


2008 NCAA Tournament Capsule: Duke

March 12th, 2008

Duke Blue Devils

Atlantic Coast Conference (27-5, 13-3)


Seed: #2

West Region


Buzzer Beater: Bubble Weekend Review

March 10th, 2008
Duke  - How about North Carolina's  Danny Green? The sixth-man extraordinaire provided a huge lift for the Heels on Saturday, totaling 18 points, 8 rebounds and 7 blocks as they knocked off Duke in Cameron. Green's ability to play inside or on the perimeter gives UNC a huge advantage.  Green can play either forward spot, as well as shooting guard, meaning UNC can match-up with any type of line-up thrown at them. With

Who Will Win: Duke or UNC?

March 7th, 2008

Game of the Week: #1 UNC at #6 Duke

March 7th, 2008

Game of the Week: No. 1 North Carolina at No. 6 Duke (Saturday, ESPN, 9:00 PM)

Daily Poll: Who Deserves the Last #1 Seed?

March 2nd, 2008

Seven Day Stretch: The Week in College Hoops

February 22nd, 2008

Maybe, just maybe this whole “Seven Day Stretch” curse thing works in reverse, too. It seems that for the past several weeks, anything positive I have written about a team has proven to be the “kiss of death”. So it goes that anything negative I’ve written just might kick start a team. Last week I positioned Oklahoma State coach Sean Sutton on the hot seat, specifically for not winning a Big 12 Conference road game in more than a year. The Cowboys then proceeded to go out and beat Texas A&M in College Station.

Freshman 10: Beasley Leads Love

February 19th, 2008
I really wish I had something profound and interesting to say this time around but I don’t. And I think that’s kinda fitting for this time of the college hoops season. Earlier in the year we had to create things to talk about in order to justify paying attention to hoops over football and other stuff. But with the sports landscape all to itself and a season that has been exciting but void of any transcendent storylines on the court (and don’t say Memphis, Undefeated because I still can’t find anyone