Rough Weekend for Syracuse Fans

This weekend was supposed to be a Syracuse fan’s ultimate dream. Three games between the men’s basketball team and the football team would be held in New York City. The men’s basketball team...

Student Union Roundtable: What to Watch For

It’s a great time of the year for sports fans, with football nearing the playoffs, bowl season, and college basketball starting up again. Also starting up along with hoops season is Student Union...

2018-19 CBB B1G Preview

Welcome back to the start of the College Basketball season. Such a glorious time for all basketball fans to come together and watch some great athletes compete every night. Unless, unfortunately, you ...

Exhibition Breakdown: Kansas Jayhawks

The Kansas Jayhawks have just completed their preseason action with large margin victories over Emporia State and Washburn. Throughout the two games, I saw some really good and some not so good. What ...

#SU25 Basketball: Preseason

It’s that time of the year again! The college basketball season tips off tonight with the Champions Classic taking place in Indianapolis. The Kansas Jayhawks take on the Michigan State Spartans,...

2018-2019 South Carolina Basketball Preview

After a Final Four appearance in 2017, the Gamecocks struggled last year to reach a 17-16 record. They finished 11th in the SEC and missed out on a postseason berth during an overall disappointing cam...

Four things to watch for Champions Classic

Tomorrow, college basketball is officially, all the way back. As has happened for the last few seasons, the season kicks off with The Champions Classic, which is a blue blood playground. Michigan Stat...

LBJ is out of line for calling out Jimmy B

Lebron James is the best basketball player of all-time to not go to college. And I’m one of the biggest Lebron fans on the planet. But this afternoon, he went too far. For some context, Darius Bazel...

The Drake Curse: A Timeline

The Kardashians and Jenners have ruined numerous athletes careers by dating them in the past. The Kendall Jenner Curse is the most recent of a long stint of bad sports curses. We all remember Jessica ...

RIP to the RPI Metric

I know it is football SZN and everybody is excited for that, but the NCAA has announced that college basketball will no longer use the RPI metric. The metric has been used to help decide tournament te...

Could Zion Williamson be a two sport athlete?

Everyone is freaking out about Zion Williamson being 285 pounds. This happened early this week when Duke listed their 2018-2019 roster. I love this;  basketball experts are thinking he is too heavy t...

Kansas subpoenaed — What does it mean?

Yahoo Sports — The University of Kansas tacitly acknowledged that it has been subpoenaed by the federal government in the ongoing federal basketball investigation, according to a recent response to ...

The Worst of Sports Twitter

Twitter can be both a great place and a dirty cesspool at the same time. There are some great follows, users who have great takes and a true understanding of the sport they cover. But then you’v...

Keeping Up with the Rivers

Some drama series’s write themselves and don’t require the fake excitement for television purposes. The Rivers Family drama is one that absolutely is real and happening from a sports fan&#...

Lonnie Walker Loves Hitler

Lonnie Walker, the freshman phenom from Miami was drafted in Thursday night’s NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs with the 18th overall selection. Numerous draft analysts called this the steal of...

Why hasn’t SlamBall blown up yet?

For those of you who don’t know, SlamBall is a sport which has been described as football and basketball combined into one. SlamBall is the sport with trampolines, dunking and big hits. Most spo...

Woj uses his thesaurus to dominate Draft Night

The best part of every NBA draft is the leaked picks on Twitter. Before every pick officially leaves Adam Silver’s kinda creepy looking lips, the NBA world is already aware of who is going where...

2018 Draft Class Making Shoe Deals a Big Deal

Today is the day. Draft day. For 60 of the world’s brightest young stars, this is the night that will change their lives forever. The NBA provides its family with countless opportunities and res...

The Kevin Knox anxiety attack

During the NBA combine an executive from a team asked Kevin Knox if he had a child, which Knox politely answered “no.” Then the executives kept pressing him, saying that they had learned h...

Campus Cover 32: NBA draft special and other stuff

Welcome to the Campus Cover, a gambling (~kinda~) podcast that uses that as the main point to talk about everything in sports. Hosted by PJ Guippone and (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), we ta...

Kansas Jayhawks 2018-2019 potential lineups

The Jayhawks have a DEEP team this year. They have so many different ways they can throw out a lineup. What we’re going to look at is what lineups the Jayhawks can and should use this coming season ...

Strike Up The Band…

If you don’t know by now, all of us here at Student Union love music. We grade NBA draft prospects based off of Ye songs.. Hell, we even give out our favorite songs of the week for Friday Fire. ...

Marvin Bagley is my new favorite player

Draft day is under a week away and the best young players in the nation are anxiously awaiting the lips on Adam Silver’s phallic head to utter the words “And with the _____ pick in the NBA...

NBA draft prospects as songs from “ye”

On the first day of this wonderful month of June, Kanye West released his highly anticipated album, which he named “ye.” It was greeted with extremely mixed opinions, with even some of the...

LeBron James and HBO Announce New NCAA Documentary

LeBron James, coming off yet another NBA Finals loss, has switched teams again, this time partnering with HBO to bring a new student-athlete focused NCAA documentary to the network this fall. Typical ...

A case for Bamba at number one

People have been asking me a lot recently about what I like to do for fun. “What are your hobbies?” they ask me, expecting a normal response of something like “Oh I love riding my bi...

The Kendall Jenner Basketball Curse

With the recent news that Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons are dating, I thought to myself how bad of a move it must be to date anyone who has ever appeared on the television show Keeping up with the Ka...

Where Are They Now: Aaron Craft

When the word “grit” is mentioned, what do most people think of? Do they have thoughts of Saints fullback John Kuhn, leading the way for an electrifying Saints running game? Do they think of Matth...

Lottery mock 1.0 on day one of the combine

The NBA Draft order is set after the results of the Lottery were revealed. For the second half of this week, the draft combine is taking place, which accomplishes 3 main things for me. One is this, by...

“Happy Holidays, Commissioner”

This past December, I delivered Commissioner Mike Slive and his wife Liz their annual mason jar of cheese potato soup. The delivery is a tradition that we’ve been doing since who knows how long, and...

Acceptable reasons to be a fan of a college

I feel like I should include a trigger warning at the beginning of this because people really value their fandom. People create reasons to love teams and they convince themselves that it is a valid ra...

Why Fans Are The Greatest Thing In All Of Sports…

As many of you have heard by now, we had a tragedy occur this weekend. The Humboldt Broncos were a  Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and heading to a semifinal series when their team bus was struck...

The Ramblers hit the diamond

Today, Wrigley Field was filled with champions as the 2015 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs invited the 2018 South Regional Champion Loyola-Chicago Ramblers to their home ballpark. Loyola, who made ...

DeVry vs Troy State

I’ve been working on this article for a while, and while college basketball is over and done with for the season, I still think this is one of the more interesting and intriguing games played in...

The Masters: Student Union Edition

“Hello friends and Welcome to a Tradition like any other… The Masters: Student Union Edition” -Jim Nantz The Master’s are here. The next stop on the Tiger Comeback tour has hit...

Campus Cover 028: Nova’s Natty Rang

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of college betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

Best College Entrances/Traditions Pt.2

WE ARE BACK….. A lot of people loved and hated my last one… So with the official college “offseason” starting, I’m gonna be cranking these out weekly. In my last one, a...

Woman Crush Wednesday — Villanova Flute Girl

Sister Jean aside, I wanna take a second to talk about the most meaningful and awesome moment that came out of an otherwise boring as hell National Championship game between Michigan and Villanova. Th...

1 v 1 game of Final Four heroes

For those of you that were not too deeply involved with baseball season yet or didn’t get lost down the Tiger rabbit hole in preparation for the Masters this weekend, I’m assuming you were...

How We Got Here

Another season of men’s hoops has come and gone, and as we sit here watching Villanova celebrate their second National Championship in three years, let’s take a look at the building blocks...

Jay Wright has created a powerhouse like no other

Now about twelve hours removed from Villanova’s second national championship in three years, it is clear this victory is bigger than this season. Of course, the Wildcats absolutely waltzed to th...

Villanova’s Best Pro Ever

Following Villanova’s second title in three years, I will take a look at the best pro player to ever come out of Villanova, Kyle Lowry. This opinion comes straight from Student Union’s residen...

Recruiting Crystal Ball: Romeo Langford

With the college basketball season wrapping up, we begin to look towards next season. One of the best parts of the offseason is learning all the new faces joining your team, whether they be transfers ...

Where Are They Now: Marshall Henderson

Polarizing collegiate sports figures are nothing new. From Brian Bosworth to JJ Redick to Johnny Manziel, guys that attract adoration along with hatred are a favorite pastime of collegiate sports fans...

Dear Joey Freshwater: Volume VI

We’re back, folks! After a few weeks on the job for me and a few weeks of off-the-grid redneck shenanigans for Joey, we’ve returned to give you an Easter edition of the best question and a...

Closing the Book on Loyola’s Cinderella Run

In one of the best Cinderella runs ever, the Loyola Chicago Ramblers took down everyone in their path to make it all the way to the Final Four in San Antonio. At the end of the first half, it looked a...

Quick Preview of Villanova vs Kansas

1 Villanova vs 1 Kansas 8:49 PM Case for Villanova: Nova is the most complete team in the tournament, they can go down low and beat you. Then, once you start protecting the rim hard, they will take th...

Sister Jean vs. El Presidente

Saturday Night. Final Four. Loyola-Chicago vs. Michigan in what should be a battle for the ages… Or an absolute blowout depending on how much you buy into this Ramblers team. But let’s be ...

March Madness: Review, Preview, and Predictions

Wow. If you didn’t know why they call it “March Madness”, what has happened over the last two weeks is all you need to see. I will try to recap all the madness that has happened, giv...

The NIT Championship: The Battle for 69th Place

Tonight, Utah and Penn St square off in the NIT championship to battle for the title of 69th place… nice.  Winning the NIT Championship should feel NICE and the victor should hold a special place i...

Loyola Chicago: The Cinderella We Need

An 11 seed in the Final Four. I can’t remember a Cinderella story this good since Ron Baker took #9 Wichita State to the Final Four in 2013. In this years tournament there have been no shortage of u...

Syracuse Basketball: Matthew Moyer to Transfer

Syracuse redshirt freshman forward Matthew Moyer has announced via Twitter that he will be leaving the program. Moyer saw significant action in the first part of the season this year, but averaged jus...

Gonzaga Invited to Join the Mountain West

LOS ANGELES:  In approximately two weeks the University of Gonzaga will have the chance to become the 12th member of the Mountain West conference. Rumors surrounding Gonzaga’s potential move to...

Purdue… Just not Elite

Friday night, the Boilermakers watched the Red Raiders of Texas Tech end their season in heartbreaking fashion as Purdue yet again saw their year come to a disappointing conclusion, this time in the S...

College Coaching Carousel: Dan Hurley to UConn

For many, March is a month of basketball madness where anything can happen. I mean Virginia did lose to a school no one heard of until a month ago in UMBC. However, this time around I’m not talk...

Remember that time Nevada didn’t foul?

There are certain things in sports that just do not need to be over thought. If your best hitter is at the plate, don’t play percentages and use a pinch hitter. If it’s 4th and 1 on your o...

Is Sister Jean rooting for Nevada tonight?

Since Loyola-Chicago took the floor last weekend, there has been an equal amount of camera time on the team and a woman who can not really stand on her own or even celebrate like a normal sports fan. ...

Sweet 16 Predictions

Alright, everyone breathe. I don’t know what happened last weekend. I literally have no idea. Arizona got blown out, Cincinnati blew a 22 point lead, North Carolina didn’t fare well against Texas ...

Greatest Collegiate Sports Upsets

Before this past week, 16 seeds in the men’s NCAA Tournament had been 0-135 against number one seeds since the tournament moved to 64 teams in 1985. Many experts predicted that we would never see a ...

No Mid-Majors. No Fun.

Yes, this article was written a few days ago and it’s not necessarily breaking news any more. But it took me a full day to analyze this because I really wanted to see if Fox Sports’ Jason ...

Campus Cover 026: Sweet Sixteen

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of college betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

Sister Lavar: College Basketball’s Heel

Lavar 3:16 “For God So Loved The World That He Sent Me Amazingly Talented Yet Ugly Suns, And If The Lakers Believe In Them, Then Their Franchise Shall Be Saved” In The Name Of The Baller, ...

Why I Love/Hate Sports Betting…

So, March Madness is now in full swing. Sister Jean is carrying a team on her back, Nova looks like a lock for the Natty, and UVA has made history by blowing it. Now, I know what you’re thinking...

BREAKING (Literally): Isaac Haas’s Elbow

Purdue was riding high following a dominant 74-48 victory over Cal-State Fullerton, but their championship hopes were quickly crushed as they learned the fate of star big man Isaac Haas. Haas, a 7R...

UMBC Wins on the Court and on Twitter

The University of Maryland Baltimore County, better known as UMBC, made history Friday night, becoming the first 16-seed to win an NCAA Tournament game, defeating Virginia 74-54. While the Retrievers ...

The WalkOns: Episode 7 – Oklahoma is ASS CHEEKS

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN WELCOME TO THE NUMBER ONE sports podcast on Student Union; probably the #1 sports pod in the entire world, honestly. This week the gang of Frank, Andy, and Anthony talk a wide var...

Buffalo Dominates Arizona for Massive Upset

Wes Clark scored 25 points, Jeremy Harris added 23 and 13th seeded Buffalo Bulls pulled off the biggest upset of the NCAA Tournament’s opening round. They absolutely rolled over the No. 4 seed...

The NCAA Hates Dogs, Among Other Things

I never thought I could meet someone who hates dogs, but then I heard the news that the NCAA has banned the Butler Bulldog mascot, Butler Blue III, from the Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit. How...

S-E-Crean: America’s Favorite Coach Is Back

“Guess Who’s Back, Back Again…” -Eminem That’s right, America’s favorite coach Tom Crean is back in the college basketball world. On the first day of March Madness,...

Ramblers Get HUGE Buzzer Beater to Knock Off Miami

Donte Ingram hit a 3-pointer from the March Madness logo at half court just before the buzzer, lifting Loyola-Chicago over Miami 64-62 in a Thursday thriller. This win means the Ramblers can celebrat...

March Madness Breakdown with Aaron Torres

Aaron Torres came on Austin Montgomery’s radio show this week to break down the Final Four. Trip starts with Aaron and Austin recapping their encounter in Vegas (1:00-5:00).  The interview then...

March Madness — Round of 64 Predictions

Ohhhhhh Babaaaaaayyyyyy !!!! Can you just smell the air? It smells like drama, upsets, heart break, excitement and joy. It smells like the unknown. That must mean its March. South Region (1) Virginia ...

Campus Cover 025: Ultimate Tourney Extravaganza

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. America’s favorite college gambling podcast, the Campus Cover, is hosted by Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin) and PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) as they talk all ...

Stop pretending you know anything about the bracket

Alright so I have good news and bad news. The good news is its March. This means the greatest playoffs in the world are live and with them, sports gambling will run rampant through schools, friend gro...

March Madness Guide For Football Guys: Part 2

After writing the first part of this so-called “guide”, everything is still confusing. Add on to the fact that filling out a bracket can be both nerve-racking and disastrous. “Who th...

Embrace the Madness of March

Trying to predict March Madness has become a national pastime, but the NCAA tournament can be extremely frustrating. Favorites lose, sleepers rise and Cinderella teams bury your perfect bracket. And ...

ACC Check-In #6: Sad Notre Dame Fan Rant

A few things to discuss before I get into the meat of the my predictions for the first weekend of the tournament. Everything about Sunday sucked, except the return of Sunday (and now collarless) Tiger...

My Argument against Xavier and Villanova

Listen, I like college basketball about the same as the next guy on this website. It’s exciting and March Madness is probably the most exciting time of all. However, when the brackets were relea...

March Madness Guide For Football Guys: Part 1

As a huge football guy, I’m not shy in saying I probably haven’t watched about 30-40% of the March Madness teams play at all. I do love basketball and play it or will watch it when itR...

Who Got Screwed this Time Around?

The bracket for the 2018 men’s NCAA tournament is here, and you know what that means: It’s time to spend the next 24 hours griping about who got screwed by the selection committee. I mean,...

Upset Alert: Beware the Madness of March

Every year we have teams in the first round that devastate the majority of our brackets. Whether it be for the long term like the 2011 VCU squad or a one win and done like the 2014 Mercer team, lower ...

My Six Upsets For Round One

Providence (10) Over Texas A&M (7) Friday, March 16th 12:15 pm EST Line: Texas A&M (-4.5) I’m not sure what other people think, but I do consider a 10-seed over a 7-seed an upset. This i...

Top 5 Sleeper Teams in this Years NCAA Tournament

The madness did not wait until March this season (See what I did there?). It took over men’s college basketball in 2017-18, which could mean we’re in for a wild March. This also means you ...

My Worst Nightmare

As an Ohio State fan there are 2 things in this world that truly make me happy; Ohio State winning, and Michigan losing. Unfortunately for me and Ohio State fans everywhere, when the brackets were rel...

The Selection Sunday Show is a DISASTER

TBS…. YOU BLEW IT Now, as a diehard sports fan, I love Selection Sunday. Seeing my teams get seeded and crying at the thought of them losing on national TV….Talking crap to friends because...

Selection Sunday Drinking Game

Let’s be honest: nothing goes together better then drinking and sports. So in preparation for the biggest sporting event of the year, why would we not make it even more enjoyable by making it in...

Who’s In and Who’s Out?

With all the craziness surrounding college basketball these last few weeks, it has been hard to follow what has been going on with every team and every conference that has March aspirations. Every day...

Udoka Azubuike to miss Big 12 Tournament

  This is exactly how I am feeling at this exact moment in my life. The evil sharks are swimming, and I’m about to lose my mind. Here is the official statement by Kansas coach Bill Self: ...

ACC Check-In #5: Tournament Preview

I know by this time this is published there will be a few games already complete, but I want to discuss the tournament a little bit anyway and give a rundown of my hypothetical predictions. Games comp...

Dan Stoddard: The Real Founder of #ComebackSZN

As I was exploring the wide world of college sports on the internet late last night, I came across the headline, “38-year-old bus driver makes College basketball team – end of Season Updat...

The Future of the Point Forward Position

So there I was, Thursday, March 1st at Quicken Loans Arena having the pleasure of watching LeBron James face off against my very own Philadelphia 76ers. While enjoying my time at the game, the similar...

Dancing Like it’s 1999!

For the first time since 1999, the College of Charleston has booked it’s ticket to the NCAA tournament. The Cougar’s gained their coveted spot among the field of 68 teams after winning the Colonia...

Sean Miller’s Next Move

Sean Miller has proved to the media and the University of Arizona that he is innocent of the ESPN claim that he paid DeAndre Ayton $100,000 to attend Arizona. He was put in front of cameras at the Uni...

Michigan Wolverines: Poised For A Title Run

For the second straight year, Michigan has won four games in four days to become Big 10 champions. Now back-to-back champions, last year was more surprising, but this year was not really expected. Las...

The WalkOns: Episode 5 – The Fortnite Craze

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN WELCOME TO THE NUMBER ONE sports podcast on Student Union; probably the #1 sports pod in the entire world, honestly. This week the gang of Frank, Andy, and Anthony talk a wide var...

Five Mid-Majors to watch for in the Big Dance

It’s finally March, and the best few weeks of sports-television viewing await college basketball fans. With the regular season officially coming to a close yesterday, conference championship wee...

Beat the Spread: Saturday Edition

Well gamblers, this is it.  The last Saturday of the college basketball regular season is here before the real chips hit the table.  Let’s keep the delay to a minimum and get right to the picks so...

Rutgers Reconfirms I Am The Smartest Person I Know

November 10, 2017: I inform the world that Rutgers will be a dominant force in basketball this season. People thought it was an outlandish joke simply to support my Knights. If you read the article th...

Student Union Bet of the Day 3/2

Ball State (19-11) @ Northern Illinois (11-18) 8:00 Pm EST The Pick: Ball State -2.5 Ball state is going into this game riding a 2 game losing streak while the home team Northern Illinois is riding a ...

On the Bubble Teams That Could Grab an At-Large Bid

There are two types of teams capable of stealing NCAA tournament bids. The first is a standout team in what is expected to be a one-bid conference losing in its conference tournament and suddenly land...

Louisville Loses on a Choke Job For the Ages

Coming into Thursday’s senior night matchup against the #1 Virginia Cavaliers, the Louisville Cardinals were among Joe Lundardi’s last four in as a bubble team. This team knew that with a ...

Things less secure than John Calipari’s job

Today, USA Today came out with their annual report of college basketball coaches’ salaries. And as usual, the list is filled with some noteworthy numbers that could either be salaries or distanc...

2018 ACC Tournament Preview

Photo via Gerry Broome/Associated Press March is officially here, and March means that before we can enjoy the beloved NCAA Tournament, we get to enjoy the appetizers first: Conference tournaments. Th...

Student Union Bet of the Day

NC State (20-9) @ Georgia Tech (11-18) The Pick: NC State -2.5 NC State has been red hot recently as they have won 4 straight games with their last loss coming to an impressive North Carolina squad. G...

Is Mizzou a Contender?

Mizzou would be a top 25 team no doubt, maybe even top 10, if Michael Porter Jr. was healthy all season. But without him, they are 19-11 and projected to be a 9 seed. Jontay Porter, the younger brothe...

B1G Tournament: Day 2

We’re one day into the Big 10 Tournament and March 1st is finally here. March Madness is coming up quick, Big 10 Network will have live action all day tomorrow, and the Indiana University Greek Life...

Why The Hell Is The B1G Tourney In NYC?

What the hell was the Big Ten thinking? Now, I get that New York is a very big city and Madison Square Garden is a big name venue, but what the actual hell. The team that is closest to MSG is Rutgers ...

I Miss The Old John Groce

2/27/18 — The day John Groce finally lost his shit. John Groce, head coach of the Akron Zips men’s basketball team, has been mad plenty of times before. A few angry faces once or twice a g...

Why Virginia is the best team in the Nation

Defense travels. End of blog. Ok well obviously not end of the blog but that is one of the big reasons why this Virginia team is different then the others before this one. Below are a couple of other ...

Should Collin Sexton be allowed to play?

Collin Sexton was originally suspended for being part of the original FBI investigation and was ineligible for the first game of the season, but played in every game after. This past weekend another r...

Beat the Spread Picks February 27th

Beat the Spread picks for Tuesday is back. After a disappointing 1-3 yesterday, Alex and Austin are hoping to get back on track. The boys tried to record a radio segment this afternoon, but the phone ...

Stop blaming the kids for the NCAA scandals

The NCAA finds itself in a situation much like that one Nazi’s face in The Raiders of the Lost Ark: melting slowly into a pile of dank and disgusting evil goop. With scandal after scandal arisin...

Duke Upset by VT: A Hokie’s perspective

Last season, Virginia Tech dominated a #7 ranked Duke team in an 89-75 home win. Grayson Allen notably sat that game out after throwing a temper tantrum only a few days prior. However Allen’s pr...

Done with the One and Done

Many controversies and discussions have hit the NCAA in almost every aspect of the organization and the sport. However, one has remained a constant: the one and done. Since its inception in 2006 by th...

Today I got Flustered and Now I Hate Bison

Let’s Set The Stage 2018 has not quite been the year of Clemson Carl. I kicked off the year by losing all of my money on Clemson in the CFP semis… then Georgia in the finals… then New Englan...

Pair of Buckeyes Win Postseason Awards

The Big Ten regular season officially wrapped up on Sunday, and the whole conference is now in postseason mode as Michigan State gears up to defend their #1 seed in the conference tournament starting ...

SU25: Basketball Edition

“We’re a blog of many talents, but ranking the top 25 college basketball teams isn’t necessarily one of them.” – Me, Patrick Norton, four weeks ago. Conference tournament...

The Jerome 2018 – Staff Picks

*Jim Nantz voice* Hello friends. Conference Tournament season is upon us. If you’re like me, you’ve pounding beers since 6 a.m. trying to psych yourself up for the Kennesaw State vs. Jacks...

Best Power Five Basketball Programs of All Time

The Kansas Jayhawks have just made history, by winning 14 straight Big 12 conference championships, overcoming UCLA’s 1967-1969 streak that made history and seemed unbeatable, until Saturday, Fe...

ACC Check-In #4: Virginia Clinches

Winners Miami This was the biggest week for Miami all season. They stumbled through a 3 game losing streak and had to win each of this week’s games. They did (barely) win both, and they reached ...

Kansas Clinches 14th Straight Big 12 Title

Excuse me if I get a little emotional here, but, I could cry tears of happiness. For 70% of my life I have rooted for the Kansas Jayhawks. As a fan base, we have seen some incredible wins, amazing pla...

RE: Official Statement Revisions

President of the NCAA, Mark Emmert, released a statement regarding the many allegations and FBI probes against NCAA issues. While the sentiment was good, his past and general sliminess are not. If I h...

Time for Pittsburgh to kill the basketball program

  Halftime. pic.twitter.com/9YV8ZzL3zM — Pitt Basketball (@Pitt_MBB) February 24, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Is that bad? Pittsburgh scored SEVEN points in the first half. Sev...

Student Union Roundtable: What to Watch For

It’s senior night all across the nation in college basketball and the regular season is coming to a close. In the week before conference tournament week, there are some interesting matchups, despite...

Dear Joey Freshwater: Volume V

We’re back on-time! This week, I’m in Tuscaloosa for the Easton Bama Bash against Florida State, Georgia State, and Northern Iowa. Joey is back too after a “damn refreshing” ...

Some bold predictions with March around the corner

Today, in the midst of my daunting class schedule, I received a text message while walking from my second-to-last class to my last class. March is just around the corner and it is something a lot of p...

Michael Porter Jr. is back, maybe

Before the season began, Missouri’s stud freshman, Michael Porter Jr., was the number one draft pick according to many analysts. Following two minutes against Iowa State in a game that was suppo...

The SU Sports Podcast Episode 15: Scandal Season

The Student Union Sports Podcast offers you an inside look at college sports from the perspective of actual college students while also highlighting our talented student writers. Today’s show includ...

Virginia or brick wall, my column

Instead of writing my midterm essay, I flipped on college basketball, like I very often do. Virginia is hosting Georgia Tech in their home arena currently and despite the fact that Virginia games are ...

Louisville Gets Screwed, Hard

The NCAA didn’t even buy Louisville dinner first before proceeding to absolutely fuck them. In case anyone forgot how confusing and cruel the NCAA is when it comes to punishing programs, this Louisv...

National Lampoon’s College Vacation

Did somebody say… VACATION? With all of this talk of vacation out of South Bend, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky, I can’t help but dream of a warm beach somewhere with the waves crashing ...

This should be the year of the Mid Major

With a good amount of this college basketball season under my belt, I feel comfortable making a couple conclusion. Every team, with the exception of (maybe) three, sucks. Every conference, with the ex...

SU25: Basketball Edition

“We’re a blog of many talents, but ranking the top 25 college basketball teams isn’t necessarily one of them.” – Me, Patrick Norton, three weeks ago. “…Basket...

The Buzzer-Beater, Third Edition: Who Do You Trust?

Welcome to the third edition of The Buzzer-Beater, my weekly Monday column about college basketball and what’s going on around the country. This week’s column comes to you from beautiful Hattiesb...

ACC Check-In #3: Duke Makes A Statement

As the postseason approaches rapidly, each conference game becomes more important. Duke came back strong after a down week, while Clemson’s seeding potential took a hit. Winners NC State The Wol...

ACC Basketball Ups and Downs

With the end of the regular season nigh, there might be no better time to take a look at how teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference are trending regarding their tournament berths. Each week we’ll lo...

Kansas Jayhawks Craziest Year Yet

YEARSSSSSSSS off my life. Mini heart attacks, a quarter-million ulcers growing in my stomach, stress level to the max, sleepless nights, migraines that are lasting a lifetime. All because of this Kans...

Dear Joey Freshwater: Volume IV

Another late week, for which we apologize. I’m in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, for Alabama softball’s appearance in the Black and Gold Tournament at Southern Miss. My travels did, however, r...

Saturday’s College Basketball Picks ATS

Photo via Getty Images Okay, bear with me here. I may have started slow, as I enter Saturday 3-6 since I started last week, but Tuesday for me was like an ongoing SportsCenter sequence of “Bad Beats...

Beat the Spread with Austin and Alex

Beat the Spread and ATS Picks have collaborated to make the best college basketball gambling column in the country.  Both Alex Wilcox and Austin Montgomery have been on a role as of late. Alex has wo...

Beat the Spread: Super Tuesday Perfect Parlay

Super Tuesday is the perfect day to get your bank roll up. The Beat the Spread Column has taken a short break, but we are back to make you guys money. We are hoping for a 3-0 day as we try to hit this...

SU bracketology breakdown: Big East

On Sunday, the tournament selection committee released their early top 16 tournament seeds. A lot of it is fairly perplexing. A Michigan State team that beat Purdue on Saturday and is three in the mos...

Life on the Bubble

I’m not sure about you all, but I think this college basketball season is going by  too fast. Part of that may be that the upsets started early and happened often and all the changes in the pol...

Tuesday’s College Basketball Picks ATS

Well, how about that for a rough start? Okay, well it wasn’t that rough. In my first picks addition on Monday night, I went 0-2 in the first two games, although I may add that Notre Dame was c...

SU25: Basketball Edition

“We’re a blog of many talents, but ranking the top 25 college basketball teams isn’t necessarily one of them.” – Me, Patrick Norton, two weeks ago. After Villanova, Virgi...

ACC Check-In #2: Notre Dame Bounces Back

A busy week in the ACC had Virginia take its first conference loss, Duke continue to fall (a little), and Syracuse and Notre Dame keep their seasons alive. Winners Virginia Tech A huge week for the Ho...

Monday’s College Basketball Picks ATS

Picking college basketball games. Is there anything less stable? You might as well flip a coin because college basketball is literally where, as the great Jon Rothstein says, the unexpected becomes th...

Dear Joey Freshwater: Volume III

We apologize for the lateness of this week’s advice column from America’s favorite psychologist, Joey Freshwater. I was in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach working Alabama softball and Joey w...

Student Union Roundtable: What to Watch

College basketball is nearing March, the best time of the year. However, there’s still plenty of tough conference matchups over the next couple weeks, and this weekend that are sure to bring some su...

The Disaster in Fort Collins

Other than being the second best University in the State of Colorado, the Men’s Colorado State basketball team is in a tsunami of trouble. Men’s Head Basketball Coach Larry Eustachy is set...

Ohio State Basketball is Overrated

A couple weeks ago I wrote an article saying how we need to talk about Ohio State basketball more. Am I saying I was wrong? no, I’m never wrong, but I may have overstated it. Everything I said w...

Bill Self to shift things up in starting lineup

Big news coming from Lawrence, Kansas. Bill Self has just about had it with this team and a specific individual. This team can do absolutely nothing to surprise me anymore. They can lose in the Round ...

The Student Union Sports Podcast: Trivia Edition

Todays Episode of the Student Union Sports Podcast features the first round of the Student Union Trivia Tournament of Champions (Its a working title…) Writers competing include Johnny Rambos, PJ...

ACC Check-In #1: Virginia Keeps Rolling

Welcome to the first weekly edition of the ACC Check-In. I’ll be doing updates for these last few weeks of the season and into March Madness. Essentially, I’m going to group the teams into...

ACC Basketball Roundup: February 5th 2018

ACC Basketball Roundup Week 2: Football, both college and pro, is officially over, and we’re now just five weeks away from Selection Sunday. Just like most years, the ACC should be very well rep...

Weekend Edition: What to Watch

College basketball is nearing March, the best time of the year. However, there’s still plenty of tough conference matchups over the next couple weeks (and this weekend) that are sure to bring some s...

St. John’s Stuns Duke in the Garden

St. John’s broke their eleven game losing streak in miraculous fashion by upsetting the #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils in front of a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden. The two historic program...

Dear Joey Freshwater: Volume II

Last week, I introduced the ultimate nickel-psychologist Joey Freshwater, and the positive response was overwhelming. We got a lot of questions sent in for the second edition of this advice column;...

College Mascots I Would Not Fight

Maybe it’s just me, but every sporting event I go to I size up the mascot (except you Uga, I just want to pet you). For example, I’m fairly confident I could annihilate Brutus the Buckeye....

Campus Cover 024: Hoops Hot Takes

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of College betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

College hoops trade machine

The NBA trade deadline is upon us and a week and has been heating up recently, with a blockbuster deal sending Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons in return for roughly the entire city of Detroit. Ma...

Why This is Cincinnati’s Year

To outside viewers, seeing the Cincinnati Bearcats in the top 10 brings up two things: 1) memories of the old Huggins teams that were consistently ranked in the late 90’s and early 2000’s ...

The WalkOns: Episode 1

Welcome ladies and gents to the first recording of The WalkOns with your favorite writers Frank Fanelli, Anthony Ventura, and Andy Jones. In this episode we talk about literally anything you can think...

Big East Beat: midseason review

With six weeks remaining until everyone’s favorite CBS overindulgence, Selection Sunday, conference seasons are in full swing and the field of 64 is starting to come into view. Lunardi’s w...

Who’s going to win the Big 12?

We’re approximately halfway through the NCAA regular season and most Power 5 conferences look like they have a solid projected regular season champion. For instance, Virginia is looking like the fav...

SU25: Basketball Edition

*extreme Pitbull voice* “We’re bringing it, we’re bringing it, we’re bringing it back.” We’re a blog of many talents, but ranking the top 25 college basketball team...

The ACC Basketball Roundup

It’s the best time of the year for college basketball fans. Alabama has once again ended the college football season on top and now the road to March has officially kicked into high gear. ACC fans c...

Desert Hot Takes Episode #12

  Another episode of Desert Hot Takes is presented by the boys in the Valley with talk about college sports on the West Coast. The show is joined by new co-host Andy Jones who is an up and coming...

Weekend Edition: What to Watch

College basketball is nearing March, aka, the best time of the year. However, there’s still plenty of tough conference matchups over the next couple weeks and this weekend that are sure to bring som...

Lope Nation Podcast Episode #6

Good afternoon Lopes fans! We have a new episode of the Lope Nation Podcast featuring new Student Union contributor Andy Jones. Andy has only been in Lope Land for a few months, but he has a lot to of...

Sorry for Rambling: Let’s Talk Money

It’s late January and college sports are somewhat slow. The Super Bowl’s keeping everyone’s attention before College Basketball really takes off. I’ll be honest, I ramble to my...

Dear Joey Freshwater: Volume I

For most of the editions of The Hangover that I published during football season, a mysterious figure named Joey Freshwater, a Crimson Tide fan from Eutaw, Alabama, provided his commentary on that wee...

Michigan State’s Malicious Mess

But an Outside the Lines investigation has found a pattern of widespread denial, inaction and information suppression of such allegations by officials ranging from campus police to the Spartan athleti...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 1/26/2018

Season Record: 15-11-1 Buffalo (-7.5) @ Ohio 6:30 pm EST CJ Massinburg and the Buffalo Bulls roll into the Convocation Center for a MAC battle tonight against Ohio.  A tale of two programs going in d...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3 1/25/2018

Season Record: 14-9-1 The Pull-Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college ...

Campus Cover Ep. 23: Against the Spread

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of College betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3 1/24/2018

Season Record: 12-8-1 After an early year sabbatical, the pull-up 3 is back and will be back everyday for the fellow degenerates out there. Wofford (-9 1/2) @ VMI 7:oo pm EST VMI blows.  The fact tha...

Phil Booth suffers broken bone in hand

Before Villanova faced Providence last night, I had a conversation with one of my roommates. I am high on Nova and have been all year. I have said numerous times on The Campus Cover that this Nova tea...

Five Takeaways from Oklahoma’s Win Over Kansas

#12 Oklahoma played host to #5 Kansas in a Tuesday night Big 12 match with potentially serious implications on the conference’s standings. After KU held a lead for much of the second half, an in...

EMAW…?

The Kansas State Wildcats have blown past their expectations for the season in a hell-raising Big 12. The past is the past, but don’t look now, the Wildcats are tied for second in the conference...

Campus Cover 022: Title Talk

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of College betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

Taeshon Cherry commits to Arizona State after visit

Aleli Elizondo Game changer and five-star recruit Taeshon Cherry has confirmed Tuesday night that he has committed to Arizona State. Cherry is “110% committed to Arizona State University!!! #FORKSUP...

Tennessee Set to Face Cuonzo Martin, Mizzou

Number 21 Tennessee rolls into Columbia, Missouri riding a three-game win streak. Two weeks ago, however, Vol fans may have been wondering what happened to the team they were so fond of before confer...

Devonte Graham; From Underdog to Kansas Legend

Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid, Kelly Oubre, Perry Ellis, Wayne Selden, Josh Jackson, Frank Mason all have one thing in common — never winning at West Virginia. Devonte Graham was about eight minutes a...

America East Basketball: The Good and The Bad

America East basketball is now in full swing. Every team has already shown their worth and they are ready to battle through their conference games for the number one spot at the end of the season. It&...

Are the Buffs For Real?

SKOOOOOOOOBUFFFFFFFFSSSSSSSSS. That’s what the hipsters say up in Boulder when McKinley Wright IV, steps on the court, or to literally anything good that happens to the Colorado Buffaloes. Of la...

It’s Time to Talk About Ohio State Basketball

So about this whole Big Ten situation, maybe it’s not just Purdue and Michigan State. There seems to be a new player in this, and it’s Ohio State. At the beginning of the season, many proj...

It’s a Free for All for Zion

We’re exactly a week away from the highly-touted Zion Williamson’s college decision and it’s just pandemonium on the recruiting trail for him. First, a list came out about his final ...

Bass Pro ToC: Night 3 Recap

7th Place: Glendale (MO) vs. Christ the King (NY) Glendale and Christ the King got the day started quick. This game began up-tempo as could be, with multiple turnovers and six three pointers between t...

Bass Pro ToC: Night 2 Recap

Glendale (MO) vs. Wasatch Academy (UT) Monty Johal of Glendale, who became the Springfield Public Schools all-time scoring leader last week by passing former NFL wide-receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, co...

Don’t Sleep on Jevon Carter

Tenacious, pressing, and playing till the final buzzer. These are inherent qualities in Bob Huggins coached teams. It makes sense coming from the man who doesn’t rock the traditional suit and ti...

Tournament of Champions Primer

For those of you who don’t know, the Bass Pro Tournament of Champions is the most attended high school basketball tournament in the country and it is held in Springfield, Missouri. The tournamen...

WTF is wrong with Northwestern??

After being the lone Power 5 Conference team to never receive a bid to the NCAA Tournament, Northwestern finally sealed the deal last year with a trip to the Big Dance. In his fourth season, head coac...

De’Ron Davis to miss rest of season

Head coach Archie Miller and the Indiana Hoosiers were dealt a huge blow Wednesday morning when it was announced that sophomore center De’Ron Davis will miss the rest of the season after undergo...

Brian Bowen to Enroll at South Carolina

So, interesting news that just came out of no where in the college basketball world. Like, literally no where. Did anyone see this coming? I’m actually curious because this is out of deep left f...

Reggie Lynch facing more sexual assault allegations

Reggie Lynch, reigning Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year and starting center for the Minnesota Golden Gophers basketball team, is again facing multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct. ...

Should the NCAA 3-point line be changed?

After I watched Marquette’s star point guard, Markus Howard, hit 11 three-point shots in an overtime win against Providence on January 3, I started thinking… If we changed the NCAA’s...

Vols Look to Bounce Back Against Kentucky

Tennessee (9-4, 0-2 SEC) has a chance to stop the bleeding Saturday night as the Vols host 17th-ranked Kentucky (12-2, 2-0 SEC). Vols fans may be ready to pull the plug on a promising season after a ...

Campus Cover Episode 20: Is Kansas Done?

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of College betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

A Very College Basketball New Year’s Party

Welcome to 2018, college basketball fans. After a year filled with highlight reel plays, some crazy games and a massive controversy, it’s finally time to move on to a new year filled with hopefu...

The Big East Beat featuring Butler Bulldogs

The Big East Beat is back in a big way at the same time conference play started in full force. In the first week of conference play, there was one team that really stood out amongst the rest. That is ...

Campus Cover 019 with Clemson Carl

The Campus Cover (@TheCampusCover) is your primary source of College betting action. Hosted by PJ Guippone (@pjguip1) and Cody Goggin (@CodyGoggin), this podcast will give you picks of the week and pr...

A 2017 year in review

2017 is being widely considered as the worst year ever. This is funny because before that, last year was the worst year ever. 2015 was probably the top of the list at the end of 2015. At some point, I...

A Journey into the Unknown: Taking the JUCO Route

Dear Frustrated High School Athlete, I know your pain. The feeling of being unwanted by the schools you were hoping to attend. The feeling that all your work was for nothing. I am here to tell you tha...

How To: Gamble Through The Holidays (Part 1)

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone, and congratulations to all of you who just finished up another semester at school. You’ve worked hard all semester to earn this holiday break, and this article (series...

2017 CBS Sports Classic: UCLA vs Kentucky Preview

When: Saturday 4pm ET Where: New Orleans, Louisiana TV: CBS Betting Line Kentucky -6.5 via Bovada   The second match of the CBS Sports Classic features an NCAA tourney second round rematch betwee...

LaVar Steals Headline News Once Again

LaVar Ball just may be the smartest man on the Earth, I don’t know, but he just announced to Darren Rovell that he was creating a league for premier recruits to go get paid instead of attending ...

Let’s Talk About The AP Poll

In case you were unaware, I have been involved in the “War on the AP Poll” for about a year now. Every week during basketball season I post an article titled Cracking the Code that talks a...

The Big East Beat

The Big East again has four teams in the AP top 25, including Nova still sticking at number one. That is the third most teams any conference has in the poll behind the Big 12 and the ACC. If you reall...

College Hoops Top 25 a Month into the Season

So, the college basketball season is jut about a month in and we are ready for our NEW Top 25. Some teams are falling and some teams are rising FAST. What I’m going to do is rank the teams and i...

Who are the real contenders in the ACC?

The Atlantic Coast Conference has won two of the last three national championships, consistently features some of the best players in the country, and has possibly the deepest conference in college ba...

Student U Player Profile: Mikal Bridges

Alright, so do I have your attention now? This is Mikal Bridges. If you have not heard of him and consider yourself a basketball fan, I am sorry for you. Bridges is a stud on both sides of the ball an...

The Big East Beat: time to rise

Everything basically went to shit in college basketball last week. It was beautiful and fun and Duke lost so all is right in the world. One place in the country where everything went according to plan...

The beautiful chaos that is college hoops

Weeks like last week are a great reminder that college basketball is the greatest thing in the whole world. I’m sure many of you are still solidly in football mode (I’m struggling to trans...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 12/12/2017

The Pull-Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  Season...

ASU Takes Down KU 95-85

The Arizona State Sun Devils have been the most impressive team in Arizona, let alone in the Pac-12. The Sun Devils have had enjoyed an 8-0 start, with wins over San Diego State, Kansas State, Xavier,...

What to Watch For: Weekend Edition

College basketball is back and each weekend brings a full slate of excellent matchups from around the nation. On this weekend edition of what to watch for, I break down which matchup to watch, a playe...

Why People DON’T Watch America East Basketball.

After being established in 1979, The America East (AE) has struggled with creating big TV numbers and obtaining a strong base of loyal fans. Especially when it comes to competing against larger confer...

South Carolina State guard released from hospital

Tyvoris Solomon, who collapsed on the court during a game at NC State last week, has been released from the hospital. A spokesman for the hospital said that Solomon was staying in confirmed the news t...

Washington Huskies Take Down #2 Kansas 74-65

This looked to be a Wednesday night where the sports world was kind of bland, not going to sugarcoat it. I said today to my roommate, “This is the first night in a long time where I don’t ...

Sun Devils on a Roll

Arizona State men’s basketball is heating up in Tempe. The Sun Devils became ranked in the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2009 last week after beating basketball powerhouse Xavier, who is curren...

Valley of The Sun Shootout Preview:

The Phoenix Suns home, Talking Stick Resort Arena, will be rocking with over 15,000 rowdy college basketball fans when Arizona battles #7 Texas A&M and Grand Canyon plays St. John’s in the natio...

Jordan Bringing Brand to SEC and Florida Gators

Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand have been in the news recently for bringing the brand to specific schools. Most notably North Carolina, Michigan and Oklahoma. After adding Florida recently, the Jo...

The Ball Family Saga Continues

It’s a new day, and the Ball Family continues to find ways to get in the news. This time, it’s LiAngelo, the middle and forgotten son that “stole” Louis Vuitton sunglasses, the...

Bracketbusters: Tennessee Volunteers

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Bracketbusters, an article series dedicated to the teams who have the chance to bust your bracket, hence the clever name. Sure, it’s early and these teams sti...

6 Reasons to Hate Grayson Allen

At this point, Grayson Allen is a household name. He’s now playing his fourth year for Duke, which is rare. He scores a ton and is a guy everyone loves to hate. Average people might find it hard...

Lope Nation Podcast Episode 2

The Lope Nation podcast is back covering the biggest party in college basketball. The second episode of the Desert Hot Takes podcast previews a huge week for the Grand Canyon Antelopes. The podcast st...

Trae Young: Hometown Hero

There hasn’t been much for basketball fans to cheer about in Norman, Oklahoma since Buddy Hield left for the NBA draft a year ago. The Sooners finished last season with only eleven wins and fail...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 12/3/2017

The Pull-Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  Season...

Mid-Major Player of the Month

One month of college basketball is in the books and sure, it’s fun to watch Marvin Bagley III, Miles Bridges and Bonzie Colson, but what about the guys who can’t be seen on ESPN every time...

What To Watch For: Weekend Edition

College basketball is officially underway and each weekend brings a full slate of excellent matchups from around the nation. On this weekend edition of what to watch for, I break down which matchup to...

Will The Slipper Fit? Early-Season Cinderella Picks

The madness is set to begin before we even reach March this year. However, it is never too early to start thinking about a strategy for winning the office bracket challenge or the family bragging righ...

#SU25: November 29th

*Rankings compiled 11/28 I feel sick to my stomach for ranking Duke #1 finally, but it had to happen. After winning their bracket with impressive comeback wins, most notably against Florida on Sunday ...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 11/29/2017

The Pull-Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  Season...

The Big East Beat

I’m sure after reading last week, some of you jumped off the Big East bandwagon. It was a tough week for the conference. Seton Hall fell out of the rankings following a loss to Rhode Island and ...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 11/28/2017

The Pull-Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  Season...

My First Experience at “Phog” Allen Fieldhouse

Growing up a Kansas State fan, you find out very quickly that you DO NOT like Lawrence, Kansas. I had only driven through that horrific town one time before this Thanksgiving weekend. A lot of people ...

Cracking the Code: AP Poll Week 2

All data in this article is borrowed from collegepolltracker.com Welcome back for the 2017-2018 edition of Cracking the Code! Here’s a little background on the article (or to my loyal followers, a r...

Alabama Almost Beats Minnesota With Only 3 Players

In a matchup of top 25 hoops teams, Alabama found themselves in a precarious situation today. With about 13:40 left on the clock in the second half and Alabama just trimming the lead to seven, the who...

Beat the Spread: Black Friday Special Picks

The fact that you get these picks for free is a Black Friday deal better than any other. We have had a solid record of  21-13-4 and we are looking to ride the wave. I’ve gone on a gambling clea...

SU player spotlight: Tremont Waters

Will Wade’s first season with LSU did not have a ton of promise. The LSU program was not much with Ben Simmons and it hasn’t been much since then, either. Maybe there is something brewing,...

College Hoops All-Hair Team

College is a time to explore your look, be young  and try new things. I am saying this from experience. In this school year alone, I have gotten close to 12 inches of hair cut off, tried a mustache f...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 11/22/2017

The Pull Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  Season...

Student Union Basketball Poll

The Associated Press may have released a poll last week for the regular season despite the fact it was essentially the exact same as the preseason one. But, here at Student Union, we use logic and bra...

Michael Porter Jr. Likely Out For Season

Enormous news out of Columbia, Missouri today. Five-star recruit and possible first overall pick in next year’s draft, Michael Porter Jr., will undergo lower back surgery that would likely end h...

Ducks Get Another Big Time Commitment in Bol Bol

Oregon was unable to reel in the No. 1 overall prospect in the class of 2018, R.J. Barrett. But they will sign the class’s top big man. Bol Bol announced on Monday that he will play for the Ducks i...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3: 11/21/2017

The Pull Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  Season...

Recapping the 2017 Charleston Classic

This past weekend, TD Arena in beautiful downtown Charleston played host to the Charleston Classic, an annual kick-off tournament that showcases some of the NCAA’s most elite talent. This year&#...

The Big East Beat

The Big East is and forever will be a top three basketball conference. Other conferences have their ebbs and flows, but the grit and heart of The Big East reigns supreme always. It is not the Big East...

College Basketball Pull-Up 3 11/20/2017

The Pull Up 3 is a daily blog of 3 college basketball games that I believe you could exploit and make some cash on. Check in every day for your picks of the day’s best college hoops action.  No...

Real star of PK80 is the uniforms

Next week, Nike is hosting the PK80 invitational in honor of Phil Knight’s 80th birthday. This is a hell of a birthday party considering it includes some of the best programs in the nation. The ...

If You Don’t Know Now You Know; The Young Bull

It was a calm Tuesday in Tuscaloosa. Students were finishing up some exams before Thanksgiving break, some were getting ready for their Tuesday night bar visits. Neither of those come as a surprise. W...

Cracking the Code: AP Poll Week 2

All data in this article is borrowed from collegepolltracker.com Welcome back for the 2017-2018 edition of Cracking the Code! Here’s a little background on the article (or to my loyal followers,...

Breaking down the Champions Classic

The Champions Classic will be in full swing tonight, which means College Basketball season is officially back. Duke, Michigan State, Kansas and Kentucky renew their experiences in the prolific classic...

Lope Nation Podcast Episode with Joshua Lovern

We finally got a podcast on our favorite college basketball, the GCU Antelopes. Austin Montgomery talks with mid major basketball reporter Johsua Lovern to preview the Lopes 2017-2018 season, and thei...

Early Take: Vermont Basketball

Vermont Basketball might win 30 games without anyone noticing until March and then be a favorite for a few upsets.  There’s no way I can see anyone but Vermont winning the America East Conferen...

Future headlines of NCAA sanctions

I will translate that tweet for you. The NCAA is handing down sanctions on Houston’s Rob Gray because he played basketball. Also, he is a basketball player. He did not play in the season opener,...

The Three-Point Line: Creator of NCAA Legends

Since its introduction in 1986, three-point shooting has not only changed the game of college basketball, it has also given the smaller-size players a chance to become “Legendary Sharpshooters&#...

Opening Day takeaways

Opening day for the college basketball season is finally here. With it, there are predictions, hot takes and a full day of games that will probably end in absolute blowouts. Still, what it mostly mean...

College Basketball Preseason Round Table

Merry Basketballmas, friends. The best five months of the year are finally here, so we asked some of our writers to sit down and talk about what they’re most excited about for the upcoming seaso...

Recent HS Basketball recruits who never panned out.

With College basketball quickly approaching, I take a look at my favorite highly touted prospects from high school basketball who just never panned out. Ballislife and HoopMixtape were the greatest tw...

Student Union Preseason Top 25

College basketball is BACK! On Friday, we get to start a new road towards March Madness and everything starts anew. Duke has a billion new freshman coming back with Grayson Allen, Michigan State has M...

UNC Looks to Repeat Amid Frontcourt Concerns

It was expected that this season for the Tar Heels would turn out much like 2006 and 2010 in that it would be a rebuilding year. After back-to-back title game appearances and being crowned last year&#...

Missouri State Eyes MVC Title

The Missouri State Bears have not made the NCAA tournament since 1999, when they were coached by current UCLA coach Steve Alford. In recent years, this has been partly due to to the dominance of Creig...

Big Baller Potentially Locked Up in China

SMH (Shake my head) As many of you know, LiAngelo Ball, the middle brother, the long-lost child, the red-headed step child, was arrested for shoplifting in China. Teammates Jalen Hill and Cody Reilly ...

Bill Walton in the news to really get us amped

This week marks the start of the 2017-2018 college basketball season. Yes, the most wonderful time of the year is finally here. If there is one thing in particular to get us absolutely amped for colle...

Student Union Player Spotlight: Michael Porter Jr.

School: University of Missouri Hometown: Seattle, Washington Position: Forward Year: Freshman Last March, the number one high school basketball player in the nation, Michael Porter Jr. shocked the Col...

Watch Out For Alabama …….. Basketball

It’s no secret that The University of Alabama makes a name for itself on the gridiron. Football has always been king in Tuscaloosa. With arguably the most historically successful football progra...

Preseason poll released for 2017-2018 season

Today, the Associated Press released their preseason poll for the 2017-2018 season of College Hoops. I still think polls are stupid. The only thing that is dumber than polls is preseason polls (also, ...

Big 12 Preseason Predictions

College basketball is right around the corner. With that being said, it should be an exciting year in the Big 12 (besides Kansas winning like always). This will be another solid year in the Big 12 tha...

Pac-12 Basketball Preview: Part 1

This time of year is one of the best times in all of sports. World Series, NHL & NBA regular season just started, College Football nearing bowl season, the NFL is in full swing, and College Basket...

The Rise and (Epic) Fall of the Fighting Illini

For a Power Five school, Illinois, especially in football and basketball, has taken a huge step down in the past decade or so. Growing up an Illini fan, it’s been tough to watch. I have fuzzy me...

2017-2018 NCAA Basketball All-Name Team

College basketball is only 13 days away. Crazy right? The upcoming season is poised to be one of the more memorable in recent years with an abundance of talent all around the NCAA. However, for the mo...

Growing up a fan of Kansas Basketball

My first blog for StudentUnion. Just want to give everyone a quick background of what I’ll be writing about (mostly Kansas) and the passion I have for the greatest college basketball program in ...

Joel Berry, bad at video games

Last week, I wrote about how Joel Berry was still in college. It is certainly a surprise to quite a few people. Soon after that world-busting news was broken by me, though, some more Berry news broke ...

Wait, that guy still plays college hoops?!?

In college hoops, there always seem to be a few guys that have found a way to have like seven extra years of eligibility. The best example of this is Perry Ellis. Ellis’ tenure at Kansas lasted ...

Tom Crean hired by ESPN

On Monday, ESPN announced that former Indiana head basketball coach Tom Crean would be joining them this year as a college basketball analyst. Personally, I think ESPN hit the jackpot with bringing in...

Kansas-Mizzou to renew Border War

One of the hottest rivalries in college sports is back (kinda). Missouri and Kansas have agreed to play in an exhibition game for hurricane relief on October 22nd. While this may just be an exhibition...

North Carolina Somehow Avoids Penalty from NCAA

Today, the NCAA reported that they found no violations in the UNC academic fraud investigation. A three year investigation has provided no clear answer to what was seemingly a major fraudulent network...

College Hoops is back and I am very excited

College hoops has returned to the practice court, and with it, all the joy in my life has returned. As if hoops on the horizon isn’t enough happiness for me, today I had the pleasure of seeing t...

NCAA Investigation Clears UNC of Charges

After a seven year-long investigation into an academic fraud scandal, the NCAA has cleared the University of North Carolina from any NCAA sanctions. While everyone may jump to the conclusion that UNC ...

Lavar continues to put up dubs

Lavar Ball has been known to make insane claims and make questionable decisions. He added to this list of things on Monday when he decided to take his youngest son LaMelo out of public high school to ...

Unbreakable college sports marriages

The news about all the controversy in college hoops is just starting, but it is far from over. Even in the first week of controversy, the news is constantly evolving. Recently, a description of the ul...

Louisville’s search for a new coach begins now

Today, the news officially dropped that Rick Pitino is out at Louisville. It seemed as if he has been an unstoppable force, surviving many scandals, both personal and in the program. But, it all prove...

Rick Pitino out at Louisville

As the NCAA Corruption Scandal continues to be unpeeled layer by layer, longtime Louisville Mens Basketball Coach Rick Pitino, and Athletic Director Tom Jurich are the first head coach/AD tandem to be...

The only college picks you will ever need

2-2 last week (including UAB). 8-5 overall. Week 4 is in the books. Realistically, it was just a lot of underdog blue balls. LA Tech, who I have previously endorsed as the team with the biggest normal...

Mitchell Robinson Finds Hidden Option C

In recent years, there has been an increase in guys finding ways around the one-and-done NBA rule. Emmanuel Mudiay gave up his scholarship from SMU to play a year in China before getting drafted by th...

UCONN Lands Former 4-Star Recruit Sidney Wilson

Another day, another prominent transfer in the Northeast. Yesterday, Taurean Thompson announced he would be attending Seton Hall this upcoming year. Now, 4-star recruit Sidney Wilson, a prized commit ...

Taurean Thompson to Seton Hall

Last season, a personal visit from Jim Boeheim was enough to reel in four-star center Taurean Thompson. Unfortunately for Boeheim, he isn’t quite as important to Thompson as Thompson’s mot...

Grand Canyon Becomes Active D1 Member

The Start of an Era Grand Canyon University was granted membership into Division 1 status today. The Lopes had a 4-year probation period, where 21 varsity sports were unable to compete for a postseaso...

Picking NBA Draft Prop bets

This will be the first season in NBA history where Las Vegas sports books will host prop bets for the event. That is exciting for many reasons. For starters, you can win money. Second, you can create ...

Second-Round Gold Waiting to be Struck

The draft is nearly upon us, which makes me unbearably happy because I get to talk about NBA stuff being (too far) off track. The draft is the perfect mix of college and the pros. People that love the...

Major Prospects as Songs from DAMN.

On Friday, Kendrick Lamar did what Kendrick Lamar has become known for. He dropped an album that lit homes on fire. I went through three pairs of headphones just to find a pair that was suitable for t...

A Mountain West Basketball Autopsy

In the few weeks since North Carolina celebrated as national champs, the college basketball landscape has shuffled dramatically, as is custom, while coaches leave or are fired, star players declare th...

The Other End of the Year Award Special

The college basketball season has officially come to a conclusion following the College Basketball Award Show. Taking place following the Final Four every year, it gives out the Wooden player of the y...

Student Union Study Hall: Episode 9

Student Union Study Hall is a weekly College Basketball recap produced by college students for college students. Each week Student Union writers Liam Smith, Austin Brown and Luke “Big Takes” Maier...

Why play College Basketball?

Now that the College Basketball season is over, and with the NBA Draft approaching, I have officially turned the page to baseball season. But the underlying theme of this tournament has got to be tha...

Season-Deciding Decisions for Fringe-NBA Prospects

Thanks to the new draft rules, the world gets more times to think about the decisions of all of the guys that aren’t locks for the NBA draft. While the change was fantastic for the players, it ...

South Carolina’s Keys to Success Against Gonzaga

As someone who regularly writes about South Carolina basketball, I feel like I have spent the majority of this season trying to convince people just how legit this Gamecocks squad is. If you are a stu...

Bulldogs Slay The Huskies: The Moment of March

THIS IS AN ARTICLE, by Luke Maiers. I have never been much of a women’s basketball fan, aside from the Queen Bees here at St. Ambrose University, but what the Mississippi State women just did ha...

Student Union Study Hall Episode 8

Student Union Study Hall is a weekly College Basketball recap produced by college students for college students. Each week Student Union writers Liam Smith, Austin Brown, and Luke “Big Takes” Maie...

The Final Four as Guys at a Bar

  After an exciting two weeks of March Madness, we are now left with just four teams vying for the title (North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, and Gonzaga for those of you who have lived under...

Nevada’s Rollercoaster March

It’s hard to imagine what the past 28 days were like for a Nevada fan. On the one hand, the Wolf Pack won a de facto regular season championship game in front of their home crowd on the last day...

PAC-12 Fanboy: Oregon

    What is up with this tournament, to be honest, I don’t know. So as I am the resident Pac-12 fanboy on this site (Bill Walton is my God), I figure to tell you WHY you should root fo...

Luke Maye Was At His 8 AM Class This Morning

Luke Maye, this hero of North Carolina’s Elite 8 win over Kentucky Sunday, made the rest of us look bad by showing up to his 8 AM class this morning, where he received a standing ovation from hi...

Big Ten Weekly Pull Up (The Final) – Sweet 16

So….that dreadful time has come…if you don’t know what I am talking about then let me clue you in. I am talking about how March Madness is almost over, and more importantly, there ar...

Teams Win Tournaments, Not Conferences

There is a lot of talk every year about what the best conference in the country is. Realistically, that concept doesn’t amount to shit. There is so much unnecessary pride that goes into what con...

So, what about Sean Miller’s coaching in March?

We live in a world of instant gratification. There is a demand for results, now. Kevin Durant to the Warriors is an obvious NBA example. In college, it is mostly shown through the coaching carousel. I...

Beat the Spread: Sweet Sixteen Betting Preview

Over the last couple of weeks the NCAA tournament has been a treat.  The first part of the Sweet Sixteen game slates gave us an sensational night of college basketball. Oregon ended Michigan’s Cind...

Sweet 16 Matchup Preview: Baylor vs South Carolina

For most College Basketball programs, making the Sweet 16 is a tremendous achievement as well as a golden opportunity. That is certainly the case for South Carolina and Baylor, who will duke it out fo...

UNC Sweet Sixteen Preview

  After barely getting by the Razorbacks of Arkansas in the Round of 32, the Tar Heels head to Memphis for the Sweet Sixteen, just two games away from another Final Four berth. First though, they...

Bob Huggins is a Terrible March Coach

Okay, so to start, yes Bob Huggins is a good coach. Yes, he is one of the top coaches in college basketball right now, I mean c’mon 813 wins, enough said. But just because he is a good coach ove...

LaVar Ball isn’t as crazy as you think

Today, ESPN had the worst (best?) idea in the history of sports television. Stephen A. Smith, lead man of First Take and notoriously boisterous debate analyst, was paired with the infamous LaVar Ball....

Student Union Study Hall: Episode 7

  Student Union Study Hall is a weekly College Basketball recap produced by college students for college students. Each week Student Union writers Liam Smith, Austin Brown, and Luke “Big Takes...

Bracket Busters: The Crucial Matchups for Weekend 2

There is no excuse for your bracket to be in bad shape if you would have taken my advice. You would be sitting alright with 11/16 correct Sweet Sixteen teams, and a chance to get 6/8 correct Elite Eig...

Student Union College Basketball Postseason Awards

We have a very diverse range of opinions here at Student Union, but somehow we were all able to agree on three first-team All-Americans. Every single ballot submitted had Lonzo Ball, Frank Mason and C...

Breaking Down the Sweet Sixteen

After a rather lackluster Round of 64, the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament did not disappoint. Among the best storylines, the defending national champion Villanova Wildcats were bested by an expe...

Big Ten Weekly Pull Up (Part 2) – Second Round

So I decided to break up Part 1 and Part 2 of my Weekly Pull up this week because they are pretty big and making them two separate ones are much easier. So let’s get right down to business to ro...

Big Ten Weekly Pull Up (Part 1) – First Round

Oh my gosh, can you guys believe that we have to wait another week for some tournament games?!? I am probably going to be doing nothing for the next week until basketball comes back on. But I’m ...

The Big Ten has been GOOD All Year

THIS IS AN ARTICLE, by Luke Maiers. All college basketball season Big 12 and ACC fans have been dismantling the good name that is Big Ten Basketball. Those groups have been calling the conference weak...

Best Sweet 16 Matchups: Kentucky vs UCLA

The first 2 days of this years NCAA tournament were… weak. There were relatively no upsets and most of the upsets that did happen, weren’t really upsets. #12 seed Middle Tennessee State &#...

Turner Sports Sideline Reporter Power Rankings

Sideline reporting does not have the same level of importance as the main broadcasters. No one will ever turn off a basketball game because they were annoyed with the lady saying what Gregg Marshall ...

The Bracket Bunker: Tales from opening weekend

To some, pondering a two day span that would include 24 hours of basketball, 2 cases of Miller Lite, enough Twisted Tea to make you diabetic, and under 12 total hours of sleep is a scary proposition. ...

Day 1 Bracket Results- Good News

In most years, around this time, I am sitting on a couch watching the last game wind down, staring at my bracket and asking, what in the HELL was I thinking. Tonight, as I watch my eventual winner, Ar...

Tom Crean Out at IU

Lilly Donahue | Indiana University Today is a day that may IU fans are rejoicing, but for others, like myself, it is one of sadness. IU basketball coach Tom Crean was fired today after 9 years with th...

Student Union Study Hall: Episode 6

Student Union Study Hall is a weekly College Basketball recap produced by college students for college students. Each week Student Union writers Liam Smith, Austin Brown and Luke “Big Takes” Maier...

March Madness Viewing Guide

12:00-4:00: You’re ready for the tournament. You have your bracket all filled out and think it is perfect. This will be the year! Try to stream all of the games on your work computer while pretendin...

Bracket Buster: Rhode Island

The best part of the March Madness is the cinderella stories and the Davids who take down Goliaths. The NCAA and CBS networks romanticize underdog stories and upsets.   Over the past few years The g...

Quadruple Double Episode 6

Frank and Anthony go ahead and preview the whole NCAA March Madness bracket. Starting off with the first round games for every game…..literally. Then out of the remaining teams in each region, w...

Dime a Dozen Final Bracket

Austin Brown and Jack Rogers walk through the entire bracket and give their predictions. Be sure to join the Student Union Sports bracket challenge for a chance to win cool Student Union gear....

The Fall and RISE of Harry Giles

The Preview So you guys may or may not know, but I despise Duke! Always have and always will. It also may be the fact that I live in North Carolina and come in contact with a lot of UNC fans. But none...

Student Union March Madness Drinking Game

  Beer and basketball goes together like John Wooden and championships and Duke and hatred. There are drinking games for every sport, but with the sheer amount of games and crazy phrases said eve...

March Madness Preview: SEC

There will be five SEC teams in the Big Dance this postseason, surpassing last year’s total of three. Does this show growth in the league now? Possibly, but it still has some ways to go. After looki...

Which coaches should you trust with your bracket?

There are thousands of different metrics you could use when filling out your bracket. Speaking from experience, no matter how much basketball you watch you will always lose your pool to someone who pi...

Year of the 16 Seed?

A 16 seed has NEVER beat a 1. That is not a typo, and it is also not surprising. But should it be? There have been a handful of two seeds to get canned in the first round, including a championship fav...

Tennessee: Upset Capital of the World?

While the pride and joy of the state Volunteers are not in the field of 68, there are three other teams representing the Volunteer State proudly in the Big Dance. None of these three teams are the hig...

Keeping competition in college sports

During bowl season, there was controversy over some very high-profile college athletes not playing in their bowl games. Two of the biggest names were Christian McCaffrey and Leonard Fournette. Two cam...

Student Union Player Spotlight: Junior Robinson

Junior Robinson School: Mt. Saint Mary Position: Point Guard Year: Junior Twitter: @JayLegacy0 We are only one game in to the First Four and the Madness is well underway. If you watched the First Fo...

March Madness Preview: Big East

The Big East is currently in possession of the reigning National Champion. Also, it has the second most teams seeded in the tournament, behind only the ACC. Admittedly, Vegas isn’t really that h...

March Madness Preview: Big Ten

Alright, ladies and gents as you guys probably have a good idea already and know by know, I am a pretty big fan of the Big Ten! Now I mean a huge fan, and that comes from my passion for everything Ohi...

That Other Tournament: NIT Thoughts

  While big brother, the NCAA March Madness Tournament, gets all of the attention, the NIT just sits in the background. But in the true spirit of March, we as college basketball fans need to cons...

Year of the Repeat?

Not since Billy Donovan and the Florida Gators ten years ago has anyone repeated as NCAA champion. I think that could change this year with Jay Wright and the Villanova Wildcats. Now it won’t be eas...

No Love: Gonzaga

  I feel like I’ve seen this story hundreds of times before. Gonzaga destroys opponents for five months. Gonzaga makes tournament as high seed. Gonzaga suffers an early exit. It is a movement as ol...

March Madness Preview: Big 12

I’d just like to start out by saying, I’m going to make predictions for all Big 12 teams in the tournament, and chances are, I will get every single one wrong. The Big 12, at least everyon...

March Madness Preview: ACC

After seeing the fifth seeded Duke Blue Devils take home the ACC Tournament crown last weekend, this conference looks as stacked as ever. While they may not be able to replicate the success the confer...

Delphi Bracketology – March 14, 2017

Student Union presents the Delphi Bracketology podcast. The most accurate Bracketology on the web according to BracketMatrix.com and its 2016 Bracket Project champion. Delphi Bracketology provides an ...

How the Bracket Will Shake Down

Frank Mason is Softer than Charmin, my bracket, contains the best combination of risk and common sense, and essentially the best bracket in all of the land. Let’s talk about how there is absolut...

The Abomination that is the Selection Committee

THIS IS AN ARTICLE, by Luke Maiers. Every year after the field of 68 teams has been filled for the NCAA Tournament there is outrage over seeding, who got in, and who didn’t get in. This season i...

Tournament Upset Special: Princeton

Last year the selection committee tried to pit the Notre Dame Fighting Irish against the West Virginia Mountaineers as the 3-6 second round matchup in the West Region. As we all (sadly) remember, WVU ...

Instant Reaction: IU Elects Not to Host NIT Opener

Lilly Donahue | Indiana University On Selection Sunday IU basketball was, to no one’s surprise, selected to play in the NIT. As a reward for beating two NCAA tourney #1 seeds, the Hoosiers were ...

Grades for first-year coaches

The coaching carousel is always very erratic in college basketball. For mid-major coaches, there is always an opportunity to get a better job. If you win some games in the NCAA tournament and make the...

Immediate Reaction: Midwest Region

Although this is not a typical Monday, it’s the start of MARCH MADNESS!! So with different writers breaking down each region, lets head to the Midwest. Midwest Bracket bracket-ncaa First Look Th...

Instant Reaction: South Region

This South Region of the NCAA Tournament bracket looks like it could be fun. All of the teams at the top are great at putting points on the board. There are also some amazing players in this region, a...

SEC Tournament Recap

The SEC Tournament had a few surprises up its sleeve this year in Nashville, but some things went according to plan. Here’s my recap of the 2017 SEC Tourney. Wednesday: In day one of the SEC tou...

The Big East is still really good

Since the conference realignment that sent teams like Syracuse, UConn, Louisville, Notre Dame, Pitt, etc. etc away from the Big East, it has not gotten a lot of love. Add the fact that there is no maj...

Student Union Study Hall: Episode 5

Student Union Study Hall is a weekly College Basketball recap produced by college students for college students. Each week Student Union writers Ben Shumate, Austin Brown and Luke “Big Takes” Maie...

John Thompson III does not deserve a job

There are some things in college hoops that simply do not happen at the professional level. One of the biggest examples is coaching tenures. Currently at Temple, we are experiencing the issue with hea...

SEC Tournament Preview and Predictions

It is officially conference tournament time, one of the best times of the year. Due to this I thought I would preview my favorite conference tourney, the SEC Tourney. Possible Sleepers: The most dange...

The WAC is Whack

The Western Athletic Conference should be absolutely ashamed of themselves from robbing the best mid-major player in the nation of his own conference MVP award. DeWayne Russell not only outperformed I...

Quadruple Double Episode 5

This week Frank and Anthony have a fellow contributor from the site in Cody Goggin to help pick this weeks topics. This week is different than what we originally talked about in our podcasts before. W...

History 101 : Kentucky Basketball

Jared Estep |  IUPUI Since 2009 and the arrival of head coach John Calipari at the University of Kentucky an abundance of talent has come through the city of Lexington. Following the miserable Billy ...

Dime A Dozen Podcast: Conference Tournament Preview

Austin Brown and Jack Rogers recap the Big 12 season that was with some postseason awards (2:20), debate who should be Big 12 Coach of the Year (11:25) and preview this week’s Big 12 Tournament in K...

Releasing The Baer From His Cage

This is an article by Luke Maiers. As the end of the Big Ten regular season hit Sunday night, all of the athletes stats for the season were final. With every point, rebound, and assist tallied, it was...

Teams to watch out for come March

Every year there are a few teams from non-major conferences that get a lot of buzz around this time of year. Some, like last year’s Arkansas Little-Rock team, are able to get it done in their confer...

Locks of the Week: March 4th

  Record to Date: 17-18 Welcome to the final week of the college basketball regular season. Seems like it flew by, right? At this point, everyone is gearing up for the tournament and ready to go....

The Debate: Fultz Vs. Ball

It is the question on most NBA GM’s minds, and in ALL our thoughts when we think of the upcoming NBA draft. Who is going to be #1, Markelle Fultz or Lonzo Ball? While thinking over my opinion, I...

Delphi Bracketology – March 3, 2017

Student Union presents the Delphi Bracketology podcast. The most accurate Bracketology on the web according to BracketMatrix.com and its 2016 Bracket Project champion. Delphi Bracketology provides an ...

Jordan Bohannon Keeps Iowa’s Heart Beating

HOLY SANTA CLAUS SHIT, Iowa somehow still has a chance to make the NCAA Tournament after beating Wisconsin on Thursday night. As a die-hard Iowa fan, I could not control my excitement after the Hawkey...

The BIGGEST Play of the College Basketball Season

THIS IS AN ARTICLE, by Luke Maiers who is a member of Team Joey Freshwater. Earlier this college basketball season I wrote an article on how the Northwestern Wildcats had a real chance at making the N...

Quadruple Double Episode 4

Frank jumps right in and takes shots at WVU again for another shotty week (1:45) then we jumped right into our Game of the coming Week (4:35) then our player of last week (11:40) then Upset Watch of t...

Student Union Study Hall Episode 4

Student Union Study Hall is a weekly College Basketball recap produced by college students for college students. Each week Student Union writers Liam Smith, Austin Brown and Luke “Big Takes” Maier...