College basketball preps for Madness

March 3, 2017 0

Mike Saladino Staff Writer As the calendars turn into the month of March, the feeling of madness is right around the corner. Aside for the First Four, March Madness starts on Thursday March 16. In

Villanova sinks UNC at the buzzer

April 12, 2016 0

Mike Eshleman Staff Writer After a wild circus three-point shot by University of North Carolina guard Marcus Paige tied the game up at 74, many viewers thought that this already classic national championship game was

Down to the Final Four

March 30, 2016 0

Krystle Bittner Staff Writer The first round of March Madness was filled with a handful of very unlikely upsets. Every year there is at least one 12 seed that beats a 5, but this year

Oklahoma or Buddy Hield?

March 5, 2016 0

Calen Wolfskill Staff Writer Anyone that has been paying attention to college basketball this year had heard the name of Oklahoma star Buddy Hield. The senior sensation has been averaging 50 percent from the field

Analyzing the ACC

March 5, 2016 0

Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer The ACC has always been a premier conference, and this year is no different. The super-conference boasts three of the top ten teams and five of the top 17 in the

Missing Out: The case of Ben Simmons

February 24, 2016 0

Sam Valentin Staff Writer Everyone has been thoroughly entertained by Buddy Hield dropping, Dukes demise and rise, and all the upsets that have the rankings changing like the stock market floor before the closing bell.

Terrapins, Wildcats and Cavaliers, oh my!

February 16, 2016 0

Calen Wolfskill Staff Writer March is closing in fast and the madness seems to be kicking off already. There have been upsets all season with teams being in the top five for a few days

The end to two impressive basketball runs

April 3, 2013 0

Alex Geli Staff Writer Nowadays, the constituents of our dear country have a plethora of items to gripe about. Whether we grapple with the decision of tater tots, onion rings or fries, find that our

The Final Four that defied all expectations

April 3, 2013 0

Chris Norton Sports Editor It is likely that less than five percent of the nation’s brackets are even remotely accurate, after what is undoubtedly one of the most surprising March Madness’s to date. Due to