Changes in the NCAA Transfer Portal

Attention College Sports fans, big changes are coming to the NCAA Transfer Portal next season. On January 11, 2023, the NCAA revealed new regulations that will take us into the next calendar year. Let’s take a look at what changes were made and how it might affect the game going forward. Official Transfer Portal Modifications For starters, a player will no longer have immediate eligibility … Continue reading Changes in the NCAA Transfer Portal

Wisconsin is playing Northwestern tomorrow night…for some reason.

By: Corey Moen Why? That is the one question I keep coming back to. In case you’ve been living under a rock, Northwestern was supposed to play Iowa last Wednesday, but COVID-19 health and safety protocols postponed that game which meant that the Wisconsin-Northwestern game likely wasn’t going to take place on Saturday. That turned out to be true as the game was postponed on … Continue reading Wisconsin is playing Northwestern tomorrow night…for some reason.

Wisconsin survives against Penn State on late-defensive stops

Wisconsin center Steven Crowl had 21 points on 9 of 16 shooting as the Badgers held off Penn State 63-60 on Tuesday night at the Kohl Center. Penn State had two chances to tie the game, but senior guard Andrew Funk missed both attempts, and Penn State is now 0-19 at the Kohl Center with their last win coming in 1995. Wisconsin also got back … Continue reading Wisconsin survives against Penn State on late-defensive stops

The Day After | Wisconsin puts together worst performance of the season

Not many positives to take away from this game. Indiana dismantled the Badgers 63-45 at Assembly Hall on Saturday afternoon. The Badgers were ice-cold from the field going 18 of 56 (32 percent, and an eye-gouging 5 of 24 from three. Guard Connor Essegian was the only Wisconsin player to score in double figures (14 points). This is the third straight game where forward Tyler … Continue reading The Day After | Wisconsin puts together worst performance of the season

WVU hoops parts ways with longtime assistant Larry Harrison

West Virginia men’s basketball announced that it has parted ways with associate head coach Larry Harrison on Thursday. Harrison was in his 16th season at West Virginia and had been associate head coach since 2010. Prior to joining head coach Bob Huggins in 2007, Harrison served as a scout for the Washington Wizards. Harrison was head coach at Hartford from 2000-06. Before that, Harrison served … Continue reading WVU hoops parts ways with longtime assistant Larry Harrison

Undermanned Badgers lose to Illinois drop first conference game

The absence of senior forward Tyler Wahl hurt No. 14 Wisconsin on Saturday. Wahl is the team’s leading scorer at 13.2 points, but not that, only that he’s one of Wisconsin’s best defenders and he would have made a difference stopping Illinois’ torrid three-point shooting. Illinois shot an efficient 10-of-19 from three. Illinois junior forward Coleman Hawkins who came into the game shooting at 27% … Continue reading Undermanned Badgers lose to Illinois drop first conference game

Fantasy Football’s Worst: Davante’s Disappointing Weekend

In Week 15, 60% of the players on the Worst List rebounded with pretty great games. Tee Higgins caught a touchdown which got him to a very respectable 16.3 Fantasy points. Dalvin Cook had a huge day with both 95 yards rushing and 95 yards receiving. His big reception for a touchdown helped propel the Vikings to the playoffs as well as contribute 27 points … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Worst: Davante’s Disappointing Weekend

Overreaction Tuesday: Week 15

The postseason is right around the corner and the Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, and the Minnesota Vikings all punched a ticket to the dance via division titles. The Dallas Cowboys got their ticket by virtue of the New York Giants taking care of business on Sunday night. Speaking of which, the NFC playoffs picture is crowded while the AFC playoff chase just became … Continue reading Overreaction Tuesday: Week 15

Cubs Scorecard: Offseason Moves Graded

The Chicago Cubs have not been quiet in the offseason. They were not the Mets, who spent almost a billion dollars in free agency on top choices like Carlos Correa and Justin Verlander, but they definitely made moves. The Cubs were not completely silent last year with signings of Marcus Stroman and Seiya Suzuki. The idea of free agent signings is very simple, to make … Continue reading Cubs Scorecard: Offseason Moves Graded