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Another Season In The Books

The North Carolina Tar Heels are the 2016-17 national champions thanks to their hard fought 71-65 victory over Gonzaga in an incredibly sloppy final.

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Final Four Assist Networks

The Final Four is set with Gonzaga vs. South Carolina and North Carolina vs. Oregon facing off in Phoenix on Saturday. During the NCAA Tournament I’ve been playing with network graphs showing player connections through assists. The networks for these four teams all show different patterns.

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Harvard 75, Yale 67: Future Looks Bright For Ivy League

If you looked closely at Lee Amphitheater Saturday night, you could see into the future. And you didn’t even need a Delorean to do it. Harvard ended Yale’s 22-game, two-year long home winning streak in impressive fashion, 75-67, before a sellout crowd that was into the game from the opening tip. The Crimson (14-7, 6-2, […]

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Top NEC Under the Radar Players for 2016-17 Season

Throughout the offseason, I’ve been hearing a lot of chatter regarding several unknown players within the NEC. Because there’s plenty of opportunity given the graduations and transfers, coaches are desperate to prop up their guys in the preseason to see if they’ll rise to the challenge. Sometimes they will, sometimes they won’t.

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Election Provides Awkward But Teachable Moment For Coaches

If you’ve been in a deep, dark cave for the last few months without a television or Wi-Fi connection, why didn’t you invite us? In all seriousness, Tuesday night marks one of the most important and polarizing Election Days in America’s recent history, and it is also the first Presidential election most college students can […]

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Time For The Offseason

As Kris Jenkins’s three-pointer swished through the nets in Houston another season of college basketball came to brilliant close.

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Notre Dame 70, Michigan 63: V.J. Beachem Comes Up Clutch For Irish

BROOKLYN — Notre Dame junior V.J. Beachem found the right time to come up big. 

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Stephen F. Austin 70, West Virginia 56: Thomas Walkup, Lumberjacks Outrun Mountaineers

BROOKLYN — In a physical slugfest of matching styles, Stephen F. Austin managed to distance themselves from West Virginia in the second half.

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One Afternoon In March (Doesn’t Mean More Than That)

72-70 (OT). 70-51. Immediate referendums on difficult decisions made in a closed off room? Or the result of two days and nights of random events?

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Iowa 72, Temple 70 (OT): Adam Woodbury Plays March Hero For Hawkeyes

BROOKLYN — It was not exactly the shot Iowa wanted.

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