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CJ Moore from Bleacher Report joins Sam Vecenie on the Game Theory Podcast to talk about Kansas-Kentucky, the SEC-Big 12 challenge, the some of the other upsets in college basketball Saturday, including talking too much about Colorado.
Thursday, 26 January 2017 07:10

Jeff Goodman on Duke's Woes and NBA Draft

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Jeff Goodman joins Sam Vecenie on the latest Game Theory Podcast to discuss the NBA Draft and why Duke is struggling.
   Doug Gottlieb joins Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson.  Gottlieb says he's open to coaching in the NCAA if the right opportunity presents itself. He also touches upon his most embarrassing on-air moments, gives his take on the Alabama Crimson Tide, and much much more.   

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  A week worth of college basketball conference tournaments is about to start as most conferences will hold big events to determine who will be in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
Eight contenders will become four semifinalists after the last college football games of the regular season this weekend.
In the world of college football, teams not only have to win, but they have to win big to prove their greatness (or lack thereof).
There are three weeks left before we find out who the four college football teams are that will make the playoffs.  While the list of contenders is dwindling every week, there are still many questions that will be answered during the last couple weeks of November.
On “Separation Saturday”, some contenders become pretenders, and some teams made statements that their initial CFP rankings were inaccurate.  But there are still tons of questions, and a committee of 12 that is guessing who will make the playoffs in less than a month.
The first release of the College Football Playoff Rankings occurred on Tuesday night, and already there is plenty of discussion revolving around who is in the Top 4 and who is on the outside looking in.
At first glance, last week’s slate of college football games looked pedestrian.  There was only one matchup of Top 25 teams - #15 Texas A&M at #24 Ole Miss – and many of the top teams were either playing subpar opponents or had the week off.
Three Top 12 games, including one with an in-state rival that will have huge title impications, are part of the college football schedule for October 17, 2015.
Ahhh October… when the leaves are changing colors, the nights are getting cooler and longer, and college football starts getting absolutely crazy.
Who is ready for another exciting week of college football?  I know I am!  We have two marquee matchups between Top 13 teams this week, with Georgia hosting Alabama and Notre Dame taking on Clemson in the primetime game.  Here is what you need to know about those games, and…
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 23:38

College Football Week 1 Recap And Must-See Games of Week 2

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The first week of the college football season showed us that the more things change, the more they stay the same.  Ohio State and Alabama made big statements in tough games, solidifying their positions at the top of the rankings.  Three ranked teams suffered their first loss, and the SEC…
Sunday, 14 December 2014 22:13

NCAAB: Hankerson scores 23 to lead BU over Quinnipiac, 71-68

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Two schools separated by no more than four hours of travel did battle on Sunday for a friendly matinee as Boston University played Quinnipiac. 
Sunday, 14 December 2014 21:45

NCAAB: Batten's 18 points lead BC over Binghamton, 63-49

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This game has the chance to be an ugly one. But what do you really get when you mix a five-win ACC team against a one-win let just saw Binghamton team. 
Saturday, 13 December 2014 23:45

NCAAB: UMass blows past Canisius, 75-58

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UMass took the court Saturday afternoon trying to end their three-game losing streak but Canisius may have had something to say about that. 
Saturday, 13 December 2014 23:08

NCAAB: Late 12-2 run powers Holy Cross past N.J.I.T., 76-66

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Coming off a huge win over a ranked Michigan team not too long ago, N.J.I.T. looked to keep rolling versus a much improved 2014-2015 Holy Cross team. Holy Cross having a big win under their belt as well earlier in the year when they knocked off Harvard. This game had…
Friday, 12 December 2014 20:56

NCAAB: Boston College tops Maine, 85-74

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A battle of two of the top teams in New England took place Thursday evening when Maine traveled to Boston College to play the four-win Eagles. 
Thursday, 11 December 2014 22:16

NCCAB: Dartmouth storms by UMass Lowell, 69-48

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A couple of teams no longer than 5 hours away did battle on Wednesday night when Dartmouth traveled to UMass Lowell.