Category Archives: College Basketball

NCAA’s letter to California governor shows SB206 a step in the right direction
September 11, 2019

Universities making up the membership of the NCAA do not like change – especially when that change doesn’t stuff their coffers with cash.  They turn downright petulant when the idea of athletes earning money is advanced. When bureaucrats and administrators get angry, they dash offs letters filled with cleverly worded threats and at least a dozen […]

Jason Gardner resignation as IUPUI basketball coach sadly makes sense
August 29, 2019

Former IUPUI men’s basketball coach Jason Gardner’s night was way too long, and his coaching career way too short. Gardner has resigned as the men’s basketball coach at IUPUI.  That is not a good thing for IUPUI or Jason, but it is appropriate. According to a police report, Gardner fell asleep behind the wheel of his […]

USC Basketball pays the father of two top recruits a lot of money to secure their services
August 6, 2019

Corruption in college basketball is alive, well, and legal. USC Basketball got great news it expected yesterday when Evan Mosley, the top ranked recruit in the 2020 high school class, committed to the Trojans.  They got similarly good news last year when Evan’s brother Isaiah committed.  He’s another five-star recruit. Eric Mobley, Evan and Isaiah’s dad, was hired by […]

NCAA chides Big East bottom feeder DePaul Basketball with silly sanctions
July 23, 2019

Lot of jokes about DePaul cheating its way to the bottom of the Big East because the NCAA Committee on Infractions levied some mostly meaningless penalties against the Chicago school’s basketball program. I enjoy a good joke at DePaul’s expense myself, but the joke is that the NCAA smited a program that did nothing more […]