New writer Sam Blum is making his Big Apple Buckets debut with a mid-season A-10 Power Rankings. Sam is going to help us focus more on the Atlantic 10.
How much does experience really matter? You know, that’s a great question. It seems pretty intuitive that if you have an experienced team they’ll be better in close games and you might be able to out-perform your efficiency margin.
Last weekend’s Buffalo trip brought Iona back to the pack, but Loyola (MD) got a big win at Niagara to keep the Purple Eagles from running away from the rest of the league.
Tonight on ESPNU the televised BracketBusters match ups were announced. I nailed three of them in my preview. A lot of the games make tons of sense (and good television), but there are a few I’m skeptical about. Here’s my ratings from 1 to 13.
We are more than halfway finished with the NEC regular season, therefore I felt it was a good time to ditch The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly recap this week for our first ever NEC Power Rankings. We ranked the teams appropriately, highlighted the good and bad from their season, and even interjected with our […]
What a weekend it was. Bryant raced back to the top of the NEC standings in blowout fashion and in doing so the Bulldogs reclaimed the NEC efficiency title over Robert Morris. Those two now have solidly separated from the rest of the pack. What’s interesting though is that the team that just lost at […]
Ryan Peters hosts this week of The Mid-Major Podcast and we talk about all sorts of topics from around mid-major basketball.
Since they’re on the phone right now reviewing the BracketBusters match ups I thought this might be a good time to post predictions for the final version of this event.
This week’s movement post sees Lafayette leading the charge after blowing out Lehigh and Colgate. The Leopards’ week could’ve been even better, but they lost to American at home on Saturday. Check out the post for a tip on another SWAC team that just might be able to challenge Southern for the league title and […]
Another tough loss on the road in Ivy League play leaves Columbia behind schedule in the conference and way behind leader Princeton and Harvard.