DiVincenzo Dominates in Villanova’s 79-62 National Title Defeat Over Michigan

Monday night in San Antonio a redheaded sophomore from Delaware made everyone remember something other than The Alamo. Villanova’s sixth man Donte DiVincenzo went Carl Crawford off the bench, sinking 31 career high points, lifting his fellow Wildcats past the Wolverines, for their sixth double-digit victory of the tournament and… Read more“DiVincenzo Dominates in Villanova’s 79-62 National Title Defeat Over Michigan”

The Final Four – Who Will Stay And Who Will Go?

Loyola/Michigan For the first time the darlings of the NCAA tournament didn’t need a last second signature three to oust their opponent. As Loyola saddles up for San Antonio, with their saintly sidekick Sister Jean in tow, they look to tame Michigan’s dominant defense. The Ramblers proved they’re no slouches… Read more“The Final Four – Who Will Stay And Who Will Go?”

The Sweet N Sour Sixteen

Once again my brackets are busted up – from Boise to San Diego, and all points east. Every year the NCAA Tournament is touted as the maddest March to date, but who could’ve predicted the pain and suffering it would inflict upon the top-seeded team in the country? UMBC’s historic… Read more“The Sweet N Sour Sixteen”