Cal Christophoro’s College Basketball All-Star Starting 5

Each of our podcast personalities are picking a college basketball All-Star starting lineup. This season has been known for its chaos and lack of one true standout star, which makes this exercise as none of our team’s had more than two of the same players as another lineup. Here is Cal Christoforo’s squad: Point Guard: […]

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Andrew DeGeorge’s College Basketball Starting 5

Each of our podcast personalities are picking a  All-Star Starting 5 for college basketball; here is Andrew DeGeorge’s team: This task is a tough one, but ultimately, I selected a low-turnover team with some dominant inside scoring to lead the way. Here is my full squad.  Point Guard: Payton Pritchard – Oregon I said it […]

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Tuesday Top 25 Takeaways: SDSU struggling, Duke a pretender?

While college basketball usually has a lot of conference action on Wednesdays, Tuesday boasted a large slate of match-ups involving ranked teams, highlighted by a Top-25 showdown between #18 Iowa and #24 Michigan State, and Wake Forest’s shocking upset of #7 Duke. With that being said, each of our podcast personalities came up with a […]

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Final Four Picks: Kansas is unanimous among divided ballots

After a crazy week in college basketball shook up the rankings and provided a little bit of clarity at the top of the rankings, all four of our team members gave our best Final Four predictions. One team got all four of our votes, but nobody else got more than two, so check out the […]

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Cal Christoforo’s Weekend Takeaways: A lot of overrated teams

1.Baylor isn’t ready for primetime  With a non-traditional basketball power like Baylor at the top of the rankings, the question is always whether they can withstand the pressure of being one of the best teams in the country. For large portions of their game with Kansas, the Bears did seem overwhelmed by the moment, trailing […]

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February 24, 2020: NCAA Basketball Power Rankings

As we expected, after Baylor and Kansas faced off, we had a much clearer idea at the top of the rankings, as three of our four ballots had the same top-2 teams, and for the first time all year, we had a unanimous #1 pick. Granted, Duke losing by 20 last week to NC State, […]

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Andrew DeGeorge’s Weekend Takeaways

After a thrilling weekend of basketball that saw the #1, #2, and #4 teams in the AP Poll lose, and eleven ranked teams lose in total, each of us are discussing our takeaways from this weekend. Here are 3 of Andrew DeGeorge’s takes: Luka Garza is a top 3 player in the nation Certainly, Garza […]

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Wait ‘Til Next Year: NCAA Basketball Bottom 10 Power Conference Teams

No conference wins are a guarantee in college basketball, but a few are pretty close. Recently, our podcast discussed the worst teams in the country, and this article puts a spin on that, ranking the worst 10 teams in Power-6 basketball. #1 is who we consider the worst team in these rankings.  Dishonorable Mention: Boston […]

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February 19, 2020: College Baseball Power Rankings

Although pitchers and catchers may just be reporting for MLB, college baseball jumped right into the regular season this past weekend, and already there was some shakeup in expectations, with a few surprising results. Among these were Ole Miss and their series victory over Louisville, Vanderbilt’s 1-2 weekend. Here are our power rankings, based off […]

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