No. 24 West Virginia battles Kansas State in Big 12 opener

The No. 24 West Virginia men’s basketball hit the road to face the Kansas State Wildcats in its Big 12 conference opener in Manhattan, Kansas, on Saturday. West Virginia (10-2) finished non-conference play on a four-game winning streak after it fell to Xavier on Dec. 3 in Cincinnati. For the past couple of games, the Mountaineers have been without one of their key veteran players, … Continue reading No. 24 West Virginia battles Kansas State in Big 12 opener

Gonzaga x Big 12

The Big 12 Conference has become the definition of excellence in college basketball. The last two national champions have come from the Big 12 — Baylor in 2021 and Kansas in 2022. Now, the conference may be gaining another elite basketball program with the possible addition of Gonzaga. It was announced recently that Gonzaga’s athletic director and the Big 12 commissioner, Brett Yormark, met to … Continue reading Gonzaga x Big 12

Texas is Back, Now More than Ever

AUSTIN, Texas – Is Texas football back?  That is a question that has been asked time and time again amongst college football fans and experts ever since Charlie Strong’s Longhorns defeated Notre Dame in 2016.  However, there has yet to be an answer.  When Tom Herman was hired as the new head coach at Texas after a successful run at Houston, many believed he would … Continue reading Texas is Back, Now More than Ever

The Dumb and the Daring #2: Conference Champions Edition

Following the moderate exceptional praise of the first edition of The Dumb and the Daring, it is without question that Episode 2 get released immediately! While Episode 1 took a grand overview of what will assuredly be the biggest stories of the college hoops season, over the next few weeks we will be combing the desert to identify the treasure of each conference and make … Continue reading The Dumb and the Daring #2: Conference Champions Edition

The Dumb and the Daring: NCAA Basketball Pre-Season Predictions

Daytime drama isn’t just for the workplace. The Young and the Restless, winner of 11 Daytime Emmy Awards and the highest-rated daytime drama on American television for over 30 years is the architect for drama perfection. Yet all great things must come to an end as a new standard for excellence in drama is being read by you, right now, in the first edition of The Dumb … Continue reading The Dumb and the Daring: NCAA Basketball Pre-Season Predictions

The Last Generation of Nebraska

Never again will an incoming freshman class at the University of Nebraska be able to claim that they were alive when the Huskers won their last national championship. No matter how much red body paint you put on yourself before you sprint into Memorial Stadium, if you’re younger than 25 you weren’t an eyewitness to the historic Husker happenings of the 90’s. Even those precious … Continue reading The Last Generation of Nebraska

The Big 12 Will Lose the Battle but Win the War: NCAAF Week 1

The metaphor is fully accepted, but in real life cupcakes are delicious, filling, and satisfying, and depending on the baker you always want more. For another college football opening weekend, the cupcake games have left everyone disappointed and not wanting another bite. There is a resounding hope and prayer that there will be a modern version of the 2007 Appalachian St v Michigan game, but … Continue reading The Big 12 Will Lose the Battle but Win the War: NCAAF Week 1

Changes Coming to 2022 NCAA Football Season

Every year, College football gives us surprises as teams add new wrinkles to their offenses to keep their opponent’s guessing. In 2022, get ready for more new and interesting twists and turns as we approach another College gridiron year. This is what’s approaching us ahead of Week 1. It’s not just Lincoln Riley and Brian Kelly at the Helm Think the entire NCAA Football season … Continue reading Changes Coming to 2022 NCAA Football Season