#March Madness


Suggs: I would've joined Minnesota if the program 'showed interest'

One of the most impressive freshman campaigns in recent college basketball memory almost took place at Minnesota. As Jalen Suggs detailed on the "Road Trippin'" podcast, the explosive Orlando Magic guard would've chosen the Golden Gophers over Gonzaga if Minnesota had more actively recruited him. "Sophomore year going into junior...
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Illinois Basketball: Fighting Illini Team Preview and Season Prediction 2021-22

In the late afternoon on July 26, big man Kofi Cockburn put smiles on the faces of Illinois basketball fans. Not to mention the team's coaches. After flirting with early entry to the NBA and also entering the transfer portal, the gentle giant took to social media to announce that he was returning to Illinois for another season. You might have heard a loud whoop coming from the state.
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If You Thought The Ohio High School Football Playoffs Were Wacky Last Year…

It’s always great when a local team makes it into the Top Ten in the weekly Associated Press High School Football poll – witness the Marysville Monarchs sitting in the No. 5 position in the Division I poll this week. The same goes with any other sports, as the AP and coaches associations also conduct statewide polls through the various seasons, but none have the luster and radiance as does the AP Football Poll.
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Academic Council discusses Cameron Indoor, Delta variant, vaccination rates at Thursday meeting

The numbers are looking good in Duke’s fight against COVID-19, according to an update from the University’s coronavirus modeling team during a Thursday Academic Council meeting. More than 16,000 students are fully vaccinated, and the student body is considered fully compliant with the University’s vaccination requirements, according to Vice President...

A World Champion Living In Lee’s Summit

Many people make plans to enjoy the summer months in a number of ways. Some take short trips, others have long vacations while a few stay close to home to enjoy local events. For Shannon Johnson of Lee’s Summit his plan was to win a world championship. With the goal in sight Shannon and his father Herman Johnson left Kansas City in July for the state of Alabama.

Mustangs star Muoneke finds right fit at ACU

Despite having a father who starred at the University of Texas, finishing a four-year starting career as one of the Longhorns' leaders in scoring and rebounding, it took a while for Dubem Muoneke to find his way in basketball. It didn't happen until he was eight years old, watching Kevin...

The top 9 returning rebounders in men's basketball

The 2021-22 men's basketball season is right around the corner and thanks to every player in the country having the option to return this season, if he wanted, there is returning veteran talent across the sport, including some of the best rebounders in the country from last season. Here are...

What you need to know about PC men's hoops Big East schedule

Big East basketball makes its long-awaited return to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center on Dec. 22. That’s when Providence will host Georgetown in conference action, the first of 10 home league games for the Friars in 2021-22. Providence played each of its league foes last season on campus at Alumni Hall.

Michigan high school football coaches weigh in on whether or not state playoffs should allow all teams

Last football season, the Michigan High School Athletic Association allowed every single football team a chance to participate in the state playoffs. It was the first time that had ever happened, and it ended up being a popular aspect among coaches during what was an otherwise nightmarish season filled with numerous COVID-19 delays, quarantines and cancelations.
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Greene: Quarantine showed the non-sports side of me

Those who have known me throughout my life know that it has been filled with one thing — sports. As I've said before in a previous column, my fall weekends are filled with football, and my winter weekends are filled with basketball. In fact, Adam Jakubiak, the man who took...

Charlotte community reacts to death of Harding University High School principal

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte community is mourning the death of a beloved principal within the school district. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials announced Dr. Eric Ward Sr. died Wednesday, September 22. The cause of his death has not been released at this time. He worked for the school district for more than two decades and was recently the principal at Harding University High School.

6 Basketball Films That You Can’t Miss

The NBA boasted a significant history back in the 18th century. The popular sport sprouted in China and was later introduced in the USA in 1939. Ever since, the popularity has grown more prominent due to having billions of followers on social media platforms as well as on the offline space.
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Midnight Madness 2021: Schedule for Top NCAA Basketball Teams

College sports are at their best when fans are involved. It's always a better atmosphere when students are cheering on their teams, and that's especially the case when it comes to basketball arenas. That's why the 2020-21 season didn't feel quite right. While it was enjoyable to watch college hoops...