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Driving the Lane: Limit Fouls

Last Tuesday night’s college basketball doubleheader had it all. We got to see the top two teams in the country duel it out as Michigan State University held on against the University of Kentucky. We got to see the top two freshmen go head-to-head as the University of Kansas outlasted Duke University. Unfortunately, we also […]

Foul Shots: Kevin Ware Returns to Louisville

Even if you’re not a college basketball fan, you’ve seen a video of Kevin Ware’s injury. During an Elite Eight game in the NCAA Tournament on March 31, Ware suffered a compound fracture of his right leg while attempting to block a 3-point shot. The bone poked out of his leg and was clearly visible to […]

Driving the Lane: Defense is key

To all of you who are shocked by Stanford University’s upset of the University of Oregon Thursday night, I ask you: Why? How could you not see this coming? First off, the exact same thing happened last year. More importantly, this happens to every great offense in any sport. There is always a game in which they […]

Driving the Lane: Boring Top 25

The AP Top 25 Preseason Rankings for the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball season are out, and things could not be more boring. Think of the top five most dominant programs over the past 10 years. You’re probably thinking of the University of Kentucky, Michigan State University, the University of Louisville, Duke University and the University […]

Foul Shots: Is Andrew Wiggins ready for NBA?

“Wiggins has an unreal amount of potential and he’ll be under the eye of every scout over the next few years … Considered the top player in his class by most recruiting services, and has first overall pick potential whenever he enters the NBA draft…” profile of Andrew Wiggins Any time you’re designated as […]