Tag Archives: Ncaa Basketball

  • NC State’s BeeJay Anaya Blocks Four Shots in 22 Seconds (Video)

    NC State’s BeeJay Anaya Blocks Four Shots in 22 Seconds (Video)

    Jacksonville Dolphins basketball players probably didn’t sleep very well after last night’s game against the NC State Wolfpack. Their dreams were probably haunted by visions of BeeJay Anaya blocks. The guy set a school record with 10 of them, including four on one single Jacksonville possession. Which is INSANE. Blocks didn’t come quite so easy […]

  • Dying College Basketball Player Lauren Hill Realizes Her Dream (Videos)

    Dying College Basketball Player Lauren Hill Realizes Her Dream (Videos)

    Last year, a high school basketball player named Lauren Hill committed to playing basketball for Division III Mount Saint Joseph University on her 18th birthday. Just a few weeks later she started feeling slow, dizzy, and occasionally numb. Then, last November, she received the terrible diagnosis: brain tumor. Inoperable. Doctors gave her two years. At […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 28th) — Marquette

    This Day In Sports History (March 28th) — Marquette

    It was on this day in 1977 that the Marquette Golden Eagles won the NCAA Men’s Division I Tournament.  They would defeat Dean Smith’s North Carolina Tar Heels by a score of 67-59 in the finals, which was held in Atlanta, Georgia. The win gave the Golden Eagles their first ever men’s basketball title, and […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 21st) — UCLA Bruins

    This Day In Sports History (March 21st) — UCLA Bruins

    It was on this day in 1964 that the UCLA Bruins’ men’s basketball team beat Duke by a score of 98-83 to win the NCAA Division I championship, and complete their perfect 30-0 season. At the time, the Bruins became only the forth team in NCAA men’s basketball history to record a perfect season.  The […]

  • 9 Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs of All Time

    9 Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs of All Time

    Every year the NCAA Tournament selection committee has it’s decisions scrutinized and questioned. However, the draw they came up with for the 2014 installment of March Madness has proven to be more controversial than most. For starters, Louisville is a No. 4 seed—which means the committee thinks they’re no better than 13th in the nation—despite […]