From the looks of things, it appears that Illinois has a truly elite coach in John Groce.
Come this evening in front of a rabid crowd in St. Louis, Illinois will defend its border against Missouri during the two schools’ annual Braggin’ Rights game.
Illinois still needs a nonconference basketball opponent for its annual game at the United Center this December. Meanwhile, down at Kentucky, John Calipari’s national championship Wildcats just broke up with Indiana, their longtime nonconference foe from the Big Ten.
Fresh off his first national championship, Kentucky head basketball coach John Calipari is making his victory rounds.
There was a time–not too long ago–that my favorite sporting event to watch every year was the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Like 70 million other people, I sure was into March Madness, glued to the TV. There was so much to see – the skill and excitement, and so much at stake, so much emotion.
Kentucky is taking its highlight show back to the Big Easy. With an NBA-like display from a young team filled with future pros, top-seeded Wildcats advanced to the Final Four for the second year in a row with a 82-70 blitzing of Baylor in the South Regional final on Sunday.
Marion Barber’s decision to run out of bounds was just one of many stupid plays in an unbelievable sports weekend.
The coaches in the Final Four consist of two seasoned veterans and a pair of young guns who are taking college basketball by storm.
I was really hoping to sit back and catch all the games yesterday. Unfortunately, my landlord has this annoying habit of wanting his rent every month so I had to pay some attention to other projects.
Don’t feel bad…..you are not alone. March Madness has become as American as the Air Jordans (made in China).
The Chicago Bulls defeated the Wizards to earn their third straight win. This was the first time Derrick Rose faced off against John Wall, two of the last three No. 1 picks and Rose came out on top.