Tag Archives: college Basketball

  • The 9 Most Hated People in College Basketball

    The 9 Most Hated People in College Basketball

    Man, college basketball sure is filled with some hateable characters. And because the tenure of most players hovers around 1-3 years, a lot of our hate focuses not on player but rather coaches and announcers—people America must endure in large doses for a short period of team every year during March Madness. In fact, to be quite honest, you have […]

  • Amazing Vintage Basketball Footage Shows What Game Was Like in the 1930s

    Amazing Vintage Basketball Footage Shows What Game Was Like in the 1930s

    The Illinois High School Association has discovered some incredible vintage basketball footage shot during the Great Depression by Hall of Fame basketball coach and administrator H.V. Porter. And they’ve been kind enough to share with the basketball-loving world an eight-minute segment of the Illinois high school championship tournament between 1932 and 1936. If you are […]

  • 9 Biggest NCAA Basketball Scandals and Suspensions

    9 Biggest NCAA Basketball Scandals and Suspensions

    Syracuse University basketball coach Jim Boeheim is currently in big trouble with the NCAA for various infractions and violations during his tenure. And while he’s far from the first NCAA basketball bigwig to do wrong by the sport, he is probably the most successful. And that makes his one of the biggest NCAA basketball scandals of all time. What […]

  • This Rutgers Layup Fail Is Just So Sad (Video)

    This Rutgers Layup Fail Is Just So Sad (Video)

    Layups are the easiest shots in basketball. In fact, they’re so easy that we use the term layup to describe other things that are really easy. Like “This election will be a layup for the incumbent,” or “How’d the interview go? It was a total layup!” Unfortunately, in sports as in life, even the easiest […]

  • Georgia Coach Mark Fox’s Voice is Horrifying (Video)

    Georgia Coach Mark Fox’s Voice is Horrifying (Video)

    Georgia head coach Mark Fox was not feeling 100 percent during last night’s game at Texas A&M, but he trooped it out and kept it together long enough to watch his Bulldogs earn the 62-53 victory.  It was a great effort from Fox and his players in hostile territory, but the coach probably should have quit […]