Mountaineers ride stout defense into Sweet 16

March 23, 2015

By Alex Gustafson West Virginia defeated Maryland 69-59 Sunday night. The Mountaineers (25-9) forced 23 Terrapin turnovers and were paced by Devin Williams (16 points, 10 rebounds) and Gary Browne (14 points, five steals). Not […]

Mustangs Season Finished by Bruins

March 22, 2015

By Alex Gustafson SMU’s season ended Thursday with a 60-59 loss to UCLA (21-13) in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. The Mustangs (27-7) were poised for a Third Round match up with the […]

Georgia State Shocks Baylor

March 22, 2015

By Alex Gustafson The Baylor Bears’ concluded Thursday with a 60-59 loss to Georgia State in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. Baylor was led by Taurean Prince’s 18 points and 15 rebounds. However, […]

Texas Longhorns Season Comes to an End

March 22, 2015

By Alex Gustafson The Texas Longhorns inconsistent season finally concluded with a 56-48 defeat by Butler University Thursday. The team was led by Jonathan Holmes (15 points) and Isaiah Taylor (14 points) but no other […]

Texas Southern Season Ends

March 22, 2015

By Alex Gustafson Texas Southern’s season ended Thursday with a 93-72 defeat at the hands of the Arizona Wildcats (32-3). Rondae Hollis-Jefferson led the Wildcats with 23 points and 10 rebounds as Arizona had a […]

Blazers Down Cyclones

March 22, 2015

By Alex Gustafson Iowa State’s season ended Thursday with a 60-59 loss to the UAB Blazers in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. ISU forward Georges Niang shot only 4-of-15 from the floor for […]

Utes Defeat Lumberjacks

March 22, 2015

By Alex Gustafson Stephen F. Austin reign as an NCAA Cinderella ended with a 57-50 defeat by the Utah Utes. Ty Charles led the Lumberjacks (29-5) with 14 points as the Southland Conference champions were […]

Legendary college coach Dean Smith dead at 83

February 8, 2015

By Lew Patton Dean Smith, the coaching innovator who won two national championships at North Carolina, an Olympic gold medal in 1976 and induction into basketball’s Hall of Fame more than a decade before he […]

Tao of Larry Brown: February Edition

February 3, 2015

By Bronte Erwin This year’s non-conference schedule has included Gonzaga, Indiana Arkansas and Michigan, how much does playing teams like that help you on the court and how much does it help in things like […]

The Tao of Larry Brown

December 5, 2014

SMU coach Larry Brown shares wisdom of a legendary career By Bronte Erwin Blitz Weekly: The current SMU record is 4-3 after playing a very difficult schedule. What has SMU done well so far this […]

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