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Why Is Boise State’s Football Field Blue?

Why Is Boise State’s Football Field Blue?

Some of college football’s most daunting homefield advantages come to mind pretty quickly. The Big House at the University of Michigan. Happy Valley at Penn State. Owen Field at the University of...

ByAndrew Pistone | Tue Oct 11 2022
College Basketball: Midnight Madness and the start of the CBB schedule

College Basketball: Midnight Madness and the start of the CBB schedule

Many college basketball fans think that the season gets underway in earnest around Thanksgiving, when there are several high profile early season tournaments taking place all over the country....

ByAndrew Pistone | Fri Sep 30 2022
2022 College Football Cheat Sheet: Who Will Finish On Top In The Big Ten

2022 College Football Cheat Sheet: Who Will Finish On Top In The Big Ten

It's not the flashiest conference, nor is it the most talented, but Big Ten football offers consistent drama from top to bottom. Look no further than 5-7 Illinois' nine-overtime...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Sep 05 2022
College Football: Why Head Coach Salaries At Top Schools Keep Going Up

College Football: Why Head Coach Salaries At Top Schools Keep Going Up

What does one normally associate with the position of college football head coach? Leaders of men. Wisened skippers. Veteran teachers offering support to the many student athletes that look to them...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Sep 04 2022
College Football: Are Spencer Rattler and South Carolina SEC East Contenders?

College Football: Are Spencer Rattler and South Carolina SEC East Contenders?

Competing in the SEC is not for everybody. Lost in the shuffle of the annual arms race between some combination of Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Auburn is a collection of currently good-not-great...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Sep 04 2022
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How UConn Has Dominated Women’s College Basketball

How UConn Has Dominated Women’s College Basketball

Women’s College Basketball and UConn are two terms that you will often hear together as they have dominated the scene and set the tone for others to follow. While programs like Duke, Notre Dame, and...

ByScotty Jenkins | Thu Sep 01 2022
A Few Reasons Why Americans Are So Obsessed With College Sports

A Few Reasons Why Americans Are So Obsessed With College Sports

Of all the interesting traditions Americans have, few are more difficult for a foreign audience to understand than our obsession with college sports. When comparing the amount of money, time, and...

ByScotty Jenkins | Tue Aug 23 2022
College Football: Four Of The Best College Towns In Division-I

College Football: Four Of The Best College Towns In Division-I

What makes a college sports town great? It certainly helps to eat, live and breathe the experience of the school’s athletic programs. Longstanding traditions built over many decades also play a huge...

ByAndrew Pistone | Mon Aug 22 2022
2022 College Football Conference Preview: Which Pac 12 Team Will End On Top

2022 College Football Conference Preview: Which Pac 12 Team Will End On Top

The Pac-12 hasn't seen a team reach the College Football Playoff since Washington in 2016. It's a streak that has plagued the conference for the better part of a decade, and last season did little to...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 27 2022
Is USC Football Finally Back? Recapping Lincoln Riley's First Spring As Trojans Head Coach

Is USC Football Finally Back? Recapping Lincoln Riley's First Spring As Trojans Head Coach

We hear about 'culture changes' in college football all the time; one-season turnarounds ushered in by factors such as a new head coach or a star recruit. However, in this sport, success is fleeting....

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Jun 17 2022
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College Basketball: Three Top Programs That Could Miss the NCAA Tournament

Anyone who enjoys college basketball understands this is the closest one can get to sheer chaos in sports. The tournament's playoff structure is quite literally designed to be...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 13 2022

College Football: Are the Houston Cougar's This Season's Cincinnati?

Prior to 2021, the thought of a non-Power 5 program reaching the College Football Playoff was borderline blasphemous. That was before Luke Fickell and Cincinnati had a perfect regular season, which...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 13 2022
College Basketball: Three Biggest Coaching Hires of the Offseason

College Basketball: Three Biggest Coaching Hires of the Offseason

Once upon a time, long before the transfer portal and NIL deals, college basketball offseasons were fairly boring affairs. Most players stayed in school, the most talented went pro, and coaches built...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Jun 12 2022
2022 College Football Conference Preview: Who The Favorites Are In The SEC

2022 College Football Conference Preview: Who The Favorites Are In The SEC

S-E-C! S-E-C! S-E-C! It's a chant embraced by the South and universally reviled everywhere else. The pompous, downright braggadocious attitude many SEC supporters have seems to irk other fans the...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Jun 09 2022
College Football: Five Best Non-Conference Games Of 2022

College Football: Five Best Non-Conference Games Of 2022

The end of the college football season is a bittersweet time for fans across the nation. Despite an exciting year and a new national champion, Georgia's victory over Alabama ensures a wait of over...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun May 15 2022
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Men's Basketball: How Shaheen Holloway and St. Peter's Can Stay Relevant After March Madness

Men's Basketball: How Shaheen Holloway and St. Peter's Can Stay Relevant After March Madness

Saint Peter's historic run was full of dramatic moments and unexpected surprises. All except one: head coach Shaheen Holloway was as good as gone once the feisty Peacocks were defeated. Holloway...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Apr 21 2022
Men's Basketball: Eric Musselman and Arkansas Are Speeding Ahead of the SEC

Men's Basketball: Eric Musselman and Arkansas Are Speeding Ahead of the SEC

Moments after Arkansas took down top overall seed Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament, head coach Eric Musselman had some choice words for the team's detractors. "We believed. You know, nobody else did"...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Apr 20 2022
Can Cincinnati's Historic Season Continue in the NFL Draft?

Can Cincinnati's Historic Season Continue in the NFL Draft?

Undefeated regular season. 12-1 record. First-ever non-Power 5 playoff participant. Multiple first-round picks? Cincinnati enjoyed a magical 2021 season, easily the best in program history. However,...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Apr 20 2022
March Madness: Who's to blame for Gonzaga basketball's early exit?

March Madness: Who's to blame for Gonzaga basketball's early exit?

In a stunning turn of events, top overall seed Gonzaga was bounced from the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night, failing to advance farther than the Sweet Sixteen. The Zags, coming off a near-perfect...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Mar 28 2022
March Madness: Reactions After a Wild Opening Weekend

March Madness: Reactions After a Wild Opening Weekend

In the span of just four days, "March Madness" has already lived up to its name. We've had some wild endings, nail-biting upsets, and no perfect...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Mar 22 2022
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Is the Division II Men’s College Basketball Tournament worth watching?

Is the Division II Men’s College Basketball Tournament worth watching?

When it comes to the Division-II [gmtm.com/articles/tag/division-ii] basketball tournament, there are no breathers for anyone looking to win a national championship. Before teams even get a chance to...

ByScotty Jenkins | Mon Mar 21 2022
March Madness: Three Teams Who Should Be On Upset Alert

March Madness: Three Teams Who Should Be On Upset Alert

March is a time of hope across college basketball. Between conference tournament bid-stealers and NCAA Tournament Cinderellas, this is the month when underdogs rule. However, the chaos we sports fans...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Mar 17 2022
College Bowling: Erie Tabs Name From The Past In Hopes Of Bright Future

College Bowling: Erie Tabs Name From The Past In Hopes Of Bright Future

We’ve seen the trend quite a bit in a collegiate sports in recent years. Alumni who starred for a certain program make their return to campus decades later as a head coach in order to recapture prior...

ByAndrew Pistone | Wed Mar 09 2022
Student-Athletes Develop For The Future At NCAA Leadership Forum

Student-Athletes Develop For The Future At NCAA Leadership Forum

For some student-athletes, leadership comes innately in different ways. Some may have a gift when it comes to verbal communication; giving pep talks and supporting words to teammates in order to...

ByAndrew Pistone | Wed Mar 09 2022
March Madness: A Darkhorse From Every Power 5 Conference

March Madness: A Darkhorse From Every Power 5 Conference

With little over a month to go before the greatest tournament in all of sports, plenty of men's basketball teams across the nation are facing their final stretch of games. With just 64 spots for over...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Mar 01 2022
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Why Jacksonville State Football is becoming so popular

Why Jacksonville State Football is becoming so popular

Fueled by an invitation to leave the Division-I FCS and join college football's highest level, the Jacksonville State Gamecocks are quickly picking up steam as a CFB program to pay attention to....

ByScotty Jenkins | Sun Feb 20 2022
College Hockey: One HBCU Looks To Break The Ice

College Hockey: One HBCU Looks To Break The Ice

All it takes is for one person, institution or faction to break through and achieve history that will set the stage for others to follow. One HBCU athletic program is looking to create a men’s and...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sat Feb 19 2022
March Madness: Three Mid-Majors Who Can Wreck Your Bracket

March Madness: Three Mid-Majors Who Can Wreck Your Bracket

With just a month to go before the start of the NCAA Tournament, college basketball's contenders have begun to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. However, since this is March Madness, it...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Feb 16 2022

Will UCLA Men's Basketball Win A Long-Awaited National Title, Or Melt Down in March?

April 3rd, 1995. The UCLA Bruins have just won their 11th national title in program history. The 89-78 victory over #6 Arkansas took place in Seattle's Kingdome, an arena five years away from...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Feb 14 2022
It’s One Of College Sports’ Coolest Traditions You’ve Never Heard Of

It’s One Of College Sports’ Coolest Traditions You’ve Never Heard Of

One of the greatest things about college sports are the longstanding traditions that have been established over many decades between fans and players. Many of these rituals help to bond a small...

ByAndrew Pistone | Mon Jan 24 2022
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Men's Gymnastics: Legendary Coach Kurt Golder Retires from Michigan

Men's Gymnastics: Legendary Coach Kurt Golder Retires from Michigan

There are arguably few more satisfying feelings in the world of sports than going out on your own terms, and University of Michigan men’s gymnastics coach Kurt Golder is doing just that. After 25...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sun Jan 23 2022
Men's College Basketball: Predicting March Madness's Top Seeds

Men's College Basketball: Predicting March Madness's Top Seeds

A surprisingly obvious truth about March Madness, the most chaotic tournament in all of sports: #1 seeds win quite often. 17 of the past 25 national champions sat at the top of their regional...

ByBryan Armetta | Sat Jan 22 2022
Oklahoma Football's Post-Big 12 Future Comes 'Sooner' Rather Than Later

Oklahoma Football's Post-Big 12 Future Comes 'Sooner' Rather Than Later

The news of Caleb Williams' transfer [https://247sports.com/Article/Caleb-Williams-transfer-Oklahoma-QB-officially-enters-portal-scholarship-not-canceled-by-Brent-Venables-179909769/] from Oklahoma...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Jan 20 2022
College Bowling: Nebraska Women's Team Strikes Again

College Bowling: Nebraska Women's Team Strikes Again

College sports fans are familiar with the dynasties on the field, the court, the ice, the diamond and the pitch. But what about the immense level of skill at the alley? That would be the bowling...

ByAndrew Pistone | Tue Jan 18 2022
College Rugby: Commemorating A Title For Tennessee Men’s Program

College Rugby: Commemorating A Title For Tennessee Men’s Program

The University of Tennessee men’s rugby team had a phenomenal 2021 fall season, which culminated in them winning the USA Collegiate Division I Club championship. The Volunteers got by Bowling Green...

ByAndrew Pistone | Fri Jan 14 2022
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Division-II: Ferris State Wins 2021 College Football National Championship

Division-II: Ferris State Wins 2021 College Football National Championship

While January is the month for the college football world to crown its Division I FBS champion, there are other schools who have played excellent football down the stretch other than Alabama and...

ByAndrew Pistone | Tue Jan 11 2022
College Basketball: A Look Inside Yeshiva University’s Amazing Winning Streak

College Basketball: A Look Inside Yeshiva University’s Amazing Winning Streak

There have been quite a few historic men’s basketball winning streaks throughout history. The UCLA Bruins won 88 straight games in the early part of the 1970’s. We’ve also had a few teams in the last...

ByAndrew Pistone | Wed Jan 05 2022
Is Cincinnati the Best Group of Five Team in CFB History?

Is Cincinnati the Best Group of Five Team in CFB History?

When Luke Fickell was first introduced as head coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats in 2016, he made several vows to a fanbase that had just endured a miserable 4-8 season. The former Ohio State...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Dec 27 2021
College Football: Ranking Alabama’s Heisman Trophy Winners

College Football: Ranking Alabama’s Heisman Trophy Winners

The University of Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson, the University of Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett, and Ohio State University’s C.J. Stroud all had impressive seasons this year in college football. At the...

ByAndrew Pistone | Mon Dec 27 2021
Who Will Win The 2022 College Football Playoff? Matchups And  Predictions

Who Will Win The 2022 College Football Playoff? Matchups And Predictions

And then there were four. This New Year's Eve, the College Football Playoff returns with an enticing pair of matchups: underdog #4 Cincinnati vs. SEC champion #1 Alabama followed by the resurgent...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Dec 26 2021
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College Football: NCAA Moves Forward With Replacement Bowl Game

College Football: NCAA Moves Forward With Replacement Bowl Game

As the old ESPN catchy commercial used to go every December, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year.” The classic song was re-done to include football jargon, but it was an effective campaign to...

ByAndrew Pistone | Fri Dec 24 2021
How Cincinnati Made The College Football Playoff: A Look At How The Bearcats Got So Good

How Cincinnati Made The College Football Playoff: A Look At How The Bearcats Got So Good

It’s been one of the most memorable stories we’ve had in recent college football history. The Cincinnati Bearcats [https://gmtm.com/organizations/210/university-of-cincinnati], out of the...

ByAndrew Pistone | Thu Dec 16 2021
College Basketball: How The Pac-12, ACC, and Big Ten Alliance Affects Mid-Major Programs

College Basketball: How The Pac-12, ACC, and Big Ten Alliance Affects Mid-Major Programs

It has been a long time since three commissioners of Power 5 conferences sat down to talk about a new alliance on camera. They described this alliance as a collaborative approach that surrounds...

ByScotty Jenkins | Sun Dec 12 2021
Simpson College Becomes Third Division-III School To Add Gymnastics Team

Simpson College Becomes Third Division-III School To Add Gymnastics Team

Slowly but surely, it seems like gymnastics is starting to establish itself as a presence in the landscape of American sports. It’s always a big hit during the Olympic games, and some of that...

ByAndrew Pistone | Thu Dec 09 2021
College Football: Carnegie Mellon Withdraws From Division-II Championship Bracket

College Football: Carnegie Mellon Withdraws From Division-II Championship Bracket

While we have a come a long away as a society, nation and planet with regards to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are still chilling reminders that it is not yet in the rear view mirror. Carnegie...

ByAndrew Pistone | Thu Nov 25 2021
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James Madison Athletics Caught In Conference Re-Alignment Crosshairs

James Madison Athletics Caught In Conference Re-Alignment Crosshairs

As conference realignment continues to occur at an increased rate in college sports, fans are becoming increasingly familiar with the positives and drawbacks. Schools tend to make more money, gain...

ByAndrew Pistone | Tue Nov 23 2021
Men's Basketball: Hot Takes After A Wild Opening Week In CBB

Men's Basketball: Hot Takes After A Wild Opening Week In CBB

It's been a chaotic week of college basketball. In less than seven days of play, we've had an overtime classic, a 37-point masterclass, and jaw-dropping upsets. It's heartburn for coaches, but heaven...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Nov 21 2021
Women’s Basketball: Preseason Poll Released For 2021-2022 Season

Women’s Basketball: Preseason Poll Released For 2021-2022 Season

As the WNBA season wrapped up in mid-October, some of the younger women's basketball talent is just getting warmed up all across the country. The NCAA Women's Basketball season will begin on November...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Thu Nov 11 2021
Women's Soccer: Which Division-I College Teams Could Make A Late Run

Women's Soccer: Which Division-I College Teams Could Make A Late Run

Let's talk Women's College Soccer. As the fall continues on the soccer season is getting more and more competitive. This is a crucial part of the year for the sport as it is nearly coming to an end...

ByLily Ford | Thu Oct 28 2021
College Football: Iowa coaches receive ruling on racial slur allegations

College Football: Iowa coaches receive ruling on racial slur allegations

The Ferentzes case began when Kirk Ferentz and Brian Ferentz were accused of racial biases against their players. They are said to maintain something along the lines of the "Iowa Way". Their...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Thu Oct 21 2021
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Santa Clara Women’s Soccer Begins Partnership With ChiliSleep

Santa Clara Women’s Soccer Begins Partnership With ChiliSleep

The reigning NCAA Division I women’s soccer champions appear to be getting all of the perks associated with being on top. The Santa Clara Broncos, in a partnership with ChiliSleep, will presumably be...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sun Oct 17 2021
Ferrum College Soccer Grieves After Loss Of Teammate

Ferrum College Soccer Grieves After Loss Of Teammate

Over and above the benefits sports provides on the field—-teamwork, persistence, discipline, among others—are other positives that make the experience a rewarding one. These end up looming larger...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sun Oct 17 2021
FCS Game Of The Week: South Dakota Coyotes vs. Northern Iowa Panthers

FCS Game Of The Week: South Dakota Coyotes vs. Northern Iowa Panthers

The South Dakota Coyotes will travel to Cedar Falls and take on the Northern Iowa Panthers. The Coyotes were about to pick up their first meaningful victory over rival North Dakota, while the...

ByCorey Ghee | Sat Oct 16 2021
FCS Game Of The Week: James Madison Dukes vs. Richmond Spiders

FCS Game Of The Week: James Madison Dukes vs. Richmond Spiders

The Richmond Spiders will host the James Madison Dukes this weekend. These two Virginia FCS powers have met in every season since 1983, forming one of the fiercest rivalries in the state. HISTORY:...

ByCorey Ghee | Sat Oct 16 2021
Baylor to not be punished by NCAA for sexual assault allegations

Baylor to not be punished by NCAA for sexual assault allegations

Five years ago, Baylor Football head coach Art Briles was fired after reports broke out that he failed to properly address a sexual assault claim from a student. Half a decade later the NCAA has...

ByAria Modirmassihai | Wed Oct 13 2021
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NCAA Inclusion Department Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

NCAA Inclusion Department Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

You may not have realized it, but we’re actually in the middle of National Hispanic Heritage month in the United States. The period of recognition for this important topic started on September 15th,...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sat Oct 09 2021
Men's Basketball: The Darkhorse Program For Each Major Conference

Men's Basketball: The Darkhorse Program For Each Major Conference

In college basketball, there are no guarantees. Win streaks are broken. #16 seeds can take down #1 seeds (it will happen...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Oct 07 2021
Women's Volleyball: Wisconsin Has The Two Headed-Snake of Division-I

Women's Volleyball: Wisconsin Has The Two Headed-Snake of Division-I

The 2021 Divison-I women's volleyball season is projected to be one for the ages. Not only are the athletes ready to be back on the court and give it their all after they haven't had a great season...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Mon Oct 04 2021
Women’s Soccer: The LSU Tigers Claw Their Way To The Top Spot

Women’s Soccer: The LSU Tigers Claw Their Way To The Top Spot

The LSU Tigers went to the top in the previous season, hardly losing to the Bulldogs. However, this loss has lit a fire under each of the athletes and they have been preparing to dominate the...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Tue Sep 21 2021
What's Next For Utah Lacrosse: The Newest Addition To Division I

What's Next For Utah Lacrosse: The Newest Addition To Division I

Utah's head coach, Brian Holman, stepped down from his position very recently. He left with honor, being the coach to take their lacrosse program to the next level. When he started with the team,...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Wed Sep 15 2021
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USC Men's Volleyball: A Growing Powerhouse In The Pac-12

USC Men's Volleyball: A Growing Powerhouse In The Pac-12

The University of Southern California's Men's Volleyball has been toward the top of their Division for many years. They just recently inducted their former coach, Jim McLaughlin, to their AVA hall of...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Sun Sep 05 2021
Notre Dame Fencing: A Sports Powerhouse You’ve Never Heard Of

Notre Dame Fencing: A Sports Powerhouse You’ve Never Heard Of

College sports are full of dynasties fans can recite off the tip of their tongue. Alabama football. UCLA men’s basketball. Connecticut women’s basketball. Michigan men’s hockey. It might be time to...

ByAndrew Pistone | Thu Aug 26 2021
Alabama Named Best College Sports Program for 2020-2021

Alabama Named Best College Sports Program for 2020-2021

Each year, CBS Sports crowns 1 college sports program as the best in the world for the past season. Teams are ranked based on their performance in Football, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, as...

ByAria Modirmassihai | Mon Aug 09 2021
College Football: Four Teams Ready To Make a Playoff Push

College Football: Four Teams Ready To Make a Playoff Push

While Alabama fans are still basking in the glory of a triumphant 2021 season, every other school hopes that the coming year will look much different. With the return of out of conference...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Apr 08 2021
College Basketball: Top Ten Cinderella Teams

College Basketball: Top Ten Cinderella Teams

On March 22nd, 2021, Oral Roberts University became just the second #15 seed to reach the Sweet Sixteen in NCAA men's basketball history. While the story of ORU would come to a close against...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Mar 31 2021
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College Basketball: Can Gonzaga Be Stopped?

College Basketball: Can Gonzaga Be Stopped?

The rise of Gonzaga under head coach Mark Few is one of the more unexpected ascents to power in the history of collegiate sports. Inheriting a mid-major program with virtually no history and little...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Mar 22 2021
March Madness: Three Top Teams In Danger of Being Upset

March Madness: Three Top Teams In Danger of Being Upset

We are just weeks away from the most exciting event in sports: the NCAA March Madness Tournament. After an abrupt cancellation to last year's edition due to the sudden emergence of the COVID-19...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Feb 22 2021
NCAA Divison I Men's College Soccer Preview | Spring 2021

NCAA Divison I Men's College Soccer Preview | Spring 2021

The NCAA [https://gmtm.com/articles] Division I [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Division_I_(NCAA)] Men's College Soccer season is kicking off this week. This will be a unique season for an abundance...

ByJohnathan Wright | Wed Feb 03 2021
Best Teams to Miss the Final Four in March Madness History

Best Teams to Miss the Final Four in March Madness History

The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is perhaps the most exciting playoff structure in sports. 64 teams from across the country engage in a do-or-die system that captivates and enthralls players,...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jan 25 2021
Trent Dilfer’s Lipscomb Academy On The Verge of Tennessee State Title

Trent Dilfer’s Lipscomb Academy On The Verge of Tennessee State Title

If you asked former Super Bowl winning quarterback Trent Dilfer where he would want to be in life after his playing days, his answer would be right where he is now—leading the Lipscomb Academy...

ByAndrew Pistone | Thu Dec 03 2020
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Did The Denver Nuggets Just Build A Future Dynasty?

Did The Denver Nuggets Just Build A Future Dynasty?

In 2019, Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors shocked the world by winning a championship over the Warriors without a single lottery pick on their roster. On their 15 man roster, they only had five...

ByNisshanth Perumalsamy | Sun Nov 29 2020