The long wait for the college football season is finally over! We have made it past the offseason! NCAA college football returns this weekend, but the NAIA kicks it off Thursday night. Even though the NAIA isn't nationally televised, there are ways to watch these games. One game will have immediate ramifications in the rankings. Out of the six games being played … [Read more...] about College Football Returns Thursday Night!
Photo courtesy of Ohio athletics Hello March, I missed you. I missed you a lot. After the 2020 NCAA Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 brings promise - and a basketball tournament. With March Madness comes the Cinderella teams. Every year, the glass slipper fits certain lower seeds who make long runs in March. Loyola Chicago wrote its names in the … [Read more...] about Finding the Four Potential Deep Cinderella’s by Region
Photo courtesy of Virginia Tech athletics One of the glaring questions surrounding Virginia Tech athletics, is the future of Cassell Coliseum. We’ve seen the addition of the all maroon seats, the new press row, and the “Courtside at Cassell” courtside-seat availability. We’ve also seen an entire upscale of Virginia Tech baseball’s English Field At Union Park, where Virginia … [Read more...] about Column: Should Cassell Coliseum Undergo Renovation, Hokies Should Use Non-Conference to Tour State
Photo courtesy of Georgetown University The world said goodbye to a college basketball legend on Monday morning as former Georgetown head coach John Thompson died two days shy of his 79th birthday. In 27 seasons as the head coach at Georgetown, Thompson won nearly 600 games. Thompson led the Hoyas to the NCAA Tournament 20 times. That included three trips to the Final Four … [Read more...] about Remembering the Career of John Thompson: Program Builder, Trailblazer, Champion