Virginia Wins Men’s First National Basketball Title

By Jaly Marquez Last year, the Virginia Cavaliers experienced a huge upset as the first No. 1 seed to lose to a 16 seed in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. This year, the Cavaliers had mounting pressures to try and redeem themselves after an unfortunate early finish the year prior. It’s safe to say that they did, in fact, redeem […]

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March Madness 101

By Jaly Marquez Sports fans all love March because if you have any real love for college basketball you live for March Madness. March Madness is the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament. It is highly anticipated because it is a single-elimination tournament of 68 teams that each compete in seven different rounds for the national championship. To be able […]

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One And Done?

By Jaly Marquez On Tuesday, Feb. 20 one of college basketball’s best players was injured in a regular season game. As March Madness quickly approaches, Zion Williamson’s knee injury could be catastrophic for Duke. This injury has sparked a lot of controversy because there has been a continuous argument of whether or not high school athletes should be directly drafted […]

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Union movement led by Northwestern players

By Jeffrey Balbi Over the past few years there have been many discussions in the media world about whether or not the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) should be compensating the athletes who are major contributors to its hefty revenue of about $871.6 million during 2012. The vast majority of former or current athletes, analysts, and professionals  have settled on […]

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UConn turns up the heat

By Jim Jaworski Many people are calling this one of the best years in a long time for college basketball, and they’re right. No team could hold the No. 1 rank throughout the year and there were upsets aplenty, with almost every game being exciting or showing us some great matchup. With the national championship game being held tonight, there’s […]

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