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College Hoops Saturday: Your Commentary

March 6th, 2010
Three Straight Ivy Crowns for CornellBefore getting into Saturday's action it's only right to salute the first team guaranteed a spot in the Field of 65. Cornell clinched their third consecutive Ivy League title on Friday night, winning at Brown by the final score of 95-76. The Big Red knocked down twenty (yes, twenty) three-pointers in the win, which is the fifteenth of the season away from home (a school record). All five scorers reached double figures with Jon Jacques leading the way with 20 points. The Big Red also limited the Bears to 30% shooting from the field and 29 points in the second half.

AP Top 25: Syracuse #1, 3 New Teams

March 1st, 2010

1. Syracuse (59) 27-2 1,618
2. Kansas (6) 27-2 1,550
3. Kentucky 27-2 1,493
4. Duke 25-4 1,415
5. Kansas State 24-4 1,377
6. Ohio State 23-7 1,232
7. Purdue 24-4 1,169
8. New Mexico 27-3 1,151
9. Villanova 23-5 1,143
10. West Virginia 22-6 1,024
11. Michigan State 22-7 960
12. Butler 26-4 762
13. Vanderbilt 22-6 741
14. Brigham Young 26-4 633
15. Wisconsin 21-7 625
16. Tennessee 21-7 615
17. Pittsburgh 22-7 612
18. Gonzaga 24-5 554

Poll: Who Will be Ranked #1 on Monday?

February 28th, 2010

College Hoops Saturday Recap: Who Will Be #1 On Monday?

February 28th, 2010
Syracuse guard Scoop Jardine

With there still being one day left in the weekend we've gout ourselves quite the question: who should be the nation's top-ranked team when the new polls are released on Monday? The top two teams, Kansas and Kentucky, went on the road Saturday and return to their respective campuses with losses. The Jayhawks fell to an Oklahoma State team likely one marquee win away from sewing up an NCAA bid 85-77 as they were unable to slow down James Anderson (27 points, eight rebounds) and three other Cowboys who finished in double figures.

College Hoops Saturday: Your Commentary

February 27th, 2010
Syracuse's Kris Joseph

Touted as the "Game of the Year" in the Big East, either Villanova or Syracuse will take a step towards a regular season title in front of what's expected to be the largest crowd in Carrier Dome history. The Wildcats bounced back from two straight losses to beat USF earlier this week while the Orange outran a Providence squad whose defense would be complimented if described as a "speed bump". Can the Wildcats find enough open looks (that they want) against the tough Syracuse zone?

Weekend Preview: Awaiting Super Saturday

February 26th, 2010
Syracuse forward Wes JohnsonIf you think this week has offered up a weak menu of heavyweight tilts, don't worry. This weekend will be a completely different story.

Saturday is full of huge hardwood matchups, and just when you're done shaking off the hoops hangover the next day, a potential Big Ten title game stares you right in the face on Sunday afternoon.

Kentucky and Tennessee get things started at noon (CBS) Saturday. The Vols are looking to avenge a loss in Lexington two weeks ago, and they just might pull it off this time.

Poll: Who Will Win the Naismith Award?

February 25th, 2010

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.

College Cheerleader of the Day: Syracuse

February 18th, 2010

Each day (just about), features a Cheerleader (or Dancer) of the Day. Today's picture is courtesy of Icon Sports Media. Check out the archive for more

College Hoops Thursday: Your Commentary

February 18th, 2010
Georgetown point guard Chris WrightThursday features the rematch between bitter rivals Georgetown and Syracuse, this one taking place at the Verizon Center. The Hoyas started out the first meeting like a house afire thanks primarily to Austin Freeman, scoring the first fourteen points of the contest. But from there it was all Syracuse, who outscored the Hoyas by 31 on their way to a 73-56 win that they picked up going away.