North Carolina Back on Top

The North Carolina Tar Heels are national champions for the 6th time in their history! The Tar Heels were able to redeem themselves from their National Championship loss last year to Villanova, and power through for another championship banner in Chapel Hill. In the first half, both teams started fast but couldn’t hit shots. Gonzaga…

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South Carolina’s Magical Run Skids to a Halt

The South Carolina Gamecocks basketball team went where their team had never been before- The Final Four. Their Cinderella run stopped there Saturday night after they fell to Gonzaga in Phoenix, Arizona. The top seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs, led by Nigel Williams-Goss, and 7-foot-1 Przemek Karnowski, were able to subdue South Carolina, something that was no…

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March Madness Recap- March 24

Late night action on Saturday led to some high-scoring, close affairs. There were 4 games Saturday night, and we’ll take a look at each one of them.   Butler: 80 UNC: 92 North Carolina won this game relatively easily behind 26 points from Joel Berry III. North Carolina led by 16 at halftime and while…

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Lady Vols to Play in NCAA Tourney

The Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team will continue play this March, as they were selected for the NCAA Tournament. The Lady Vols come into the tournament as the number 5 seed in the Oklahoma City Region. This year’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament features the top seeded UConn Huskies team. The Huskies come into the tournament…

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Tennessee Falls to Georgia in SEC Tourney

Tennessee fell just short against Georgia Thursday in the SEC Tournament. Tennessee had a chance to win, but just couldn’t convert. In the end, Georgia escaped with the 59 to 57 victory. Vols’ point guard Lamonte Turner started the scoring for the Vols with a couple of big deep-range shots. After a slow scoring first…

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Michigan Handles Illinois in First Round

The Michigan Wolverines (21-11) took care of business against the Illinois Fighting Illini (18-14) beating them 75-55 in the first round of the Big Ten tournament on Wednesday in Washington D.C. It had been an interesting two days for the maize and blue.  On Wednesday, the team’s flight to Washington slid off the runway before…

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