Tag Archives: College Basketball corruption

5 things that you need to know about college basketball corruption
February 26, 2018

Over the past six months, we’ve seen a torrent of fascinating reports about college basketball coaches, shoe guys, and players allegedly running afoul of a variety of NCAA rules and federal laws. Careers have been ended or derailed, and indictments are still pending.  Meanwhile, games are still being played and legacies etched by those playing and coaching […]

Top 10 changes NCAA needs to make to college basketball to keep pleasing me
February 11, 2016

Yesterday, the NCAA took a step toward what I perceive to be logic as it decided the Tuesday and Wednesday games that begin the NCAA Tournament will no longer be referred to as “the first round.” I’ve been yelping about this since 2011 when the NCAA decided the play-in games deserved the “first round” distinction. […]

Dan Dakich – How to Clean Up College Hoops
August 17, 2010

by Kent Sterling Dan Dakich as the head of the NCAA would please me, but likely throw a shock into the system into the carcass of the many college basketball coaches who enjoy skirting if not outright flouting the rules governing fair play. The NCAA is a toothless hound like old Duke on “The Beverly […]