Jon Teitel's "Forgotten Legends" Series: Ole Miss' John Stroud

September 6th, 2011
John Stroud is Ole Miss' all-time leading scorerIn the latest installment in his "Forgotten Legends" series CHN writer Jon Teitel spent some time with Ole Miss great John Stroud to discuss his career in Oxford. Stroud was a two-time All American and remains the school's all-time leading scorer. He's now the head basketball coach of the girls' team at New Albany High School while also running his own insurance agency.

Jon Teitel: Both your parents and your sister were all-state high school selections and your daughter Caroline recently finished her high school career playing for you.

NITology: Sunday Morning Update

March 14th, 2010
nit.gifIn conjunction with the regular Bracketology articles, here's a projected look at the 2010 NIT field. Teams with a are guaranteed a bid.

Ole Miss 2010 Postseason Capsule

March 13th, 2010

Mississippi Rebels

Southeastern Conference (21-10, 9-7)


Poll: Which SEC Bubble Team Has the Best Shot To Get In?

March 13th, 2010

Poll: Who Will Win the SEC Tournament?

March 10th, 2010

Bracketology Monday: ASU, Memphis, Ole Miss In

March 8th, 2010
Final Four 2010The Bracketology field is based on how the tourney looks "as of today." The field below is not based on who I think deserves to be in, but a prediction of what the committee would do as things stand. I'll next post a Bracketology update again on Wednesday. Look below for commentary on today's changes.


College Hoops Thursday Recap: Syracuse Hangs On in D.C.

February 19th, 2010
Syracuse forward Kris Joseph

This time around Syracuse didn't wait to get going against Georgetown, racing out to a 20-6 lead in the game's first six minutes. Things didn't get much better for the Hoyas despite Chris Wright scoring 12 first half points as they went into the locker room trailing by thirteen (44-31), and the Orange increased the lead to as many as 23 points (60-37) by the time the second half was less than eight minutes old.

SEC Tournament Watch: Who Will Be Dancing?

February 11th, 2010
Vanderbilt guard Jermaine BealValentine’s Day for many people involves an intimate dinner, flowers, perhaps some candy, maybe even a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride through the snow. But for college basketball fans – it means that teams have one month left to earn their dance cards. One more month of proving their worth against conference opponents, trying to build momentum as they enter March.