photo: The Atlantic We chat with John Fanta of the Big East digital network about the surprise start by Seton Hall, how far St John’s can go and who is still the team to beat in The Big East! Listen Up!
I can’t seem to wipe the smile off my face these days. My baseball team just won its (our 😉) fourth World Series title since 2004, and if you haven’t been paying attention, college basketball is back baby! Yes, the student athletes have actually been bouncing basketballs on college campuses for several weeks now, but... Read More
Tonight (Thursday, June 21) is the night when National Basketball Association teams have the chance to replenish their rosters with promising young talent. Yes, my friends, it is NBA draft night! And while the first two picks appear to be no-brainers (Arizona man-child center Deandre Ayton to the Phoenix Suns, and Duke do-it-all power forward... Read More
When we last saw the Villanova Wildcats, they were cutting down the nets at the Alamodome in San Antonio. After embarrassing Kansas in the semifinals 95-79, they completely overwhelmed Michigan 79-62, for their second national championship in three years. Repeat that to yourself another time or two. This is not Duke or North Carolina or... Read More
Donte DiVincenzo won the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player Award following Villanova’s 79-62 win over Michigan Monday night. The red hot red head lead the Wildcat way with 31 points. Photo: SB Nation Radio
Oh, what a week it’s been! The NCAA Tournament is once again providing what all college basketball fans crave, and that is March Madness! One of the reasons we love this tournament is the drama that a “one and done”, “survive and advance” aspect provides. If you do not play well or have a bad... Read More