Category Archives: College Basketball

Indiana Basketball fans are frustrated, and only they can solve that problem
January 1, 2021

When it comes to Indiana Basketball, there is a problem that is impossible to overlook any longer. It’s not Archie Miller, the coach of this group that nearly lost to a very mediocre Penn State team in overtime Wednesday.  It’s not Rob Phinisee, Al Durham, or Trayce Jackson-Davis – players who are certainly not trying […]

Murray State beats Greenville 173-95, but that isn’t the weirdest thing about this game
November 30, 2020

Murray State beat Greenville 173-95.  That score was so grotesque, I thought it was an error by ESPNs graphics people.  Nope, it really happened, and the score wasn’t the weirdest thing about the game. Here are statistical anomalies that could only exist in a game with such extreme scoring: All 14 Murray State Racers played between […]

Entire March Madness could be – and should be – coming to Indianapolis!
November 16, 2020

March Madness, Indy-ed! A perfect storm of COVID spread, enthusiasm for college basketball, and a plethora of facilities will give the City of Indianapolis an NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament to remember forever, if the NCAA pulls the trigger on plans to hold all rounds of the NCAA Tournament where only the Final Four was originally scheduled. Logistics for […]

Justice will come slowly if at all for Arizona Basketball and Sean Miller
October 26, 2020

Arizona Basketball is in trouble – kind of.  At least it should be. The university received a Notice of Allegations listing nine violations, with five of them falling into the Level One category.  That’s reserved for the most serious – those that should derail the careers of coaches and administrators. Arizona has asked that the case […]