Category Archives: AAC

Expanding The NCAA Basketball Tourney… Is It About The Madness Or The Money?

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.  To the American sports fan this time period known as “March Madness” is equal to Christmas, Thanksgiving and The Fourth of July all wrapped up in one. The only exception?  This holiday last for an entire month!  People all over this nation, basketball fan and non-basketball fan, cast their lots in basketball tourney pools at

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The Knights Are Champions!

Today, Sunday, November 18th, the annual Myrtle Beach Invitational championship game took place between the University of Central Florida and Western Kentucky University. Each team went with familiar faces to start the game. The University of Central Florida Knights started senior BJ Taylor, sophomore Collin Smith, junior Terrell Allen, junior Aubrey Dawkins, and senior Tacko Fall. The Hilltoppers started sophomore

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Dan Hurley, Savior of UConn Basketball

The atmosphere surrounding the UConn Mens team for the past two years has been flat. The team started the 2016-2017 season ranked #18 and full of hype. They proceeded to lose to Wagner and Northeastern at Gampel Pavillion to start the season 0-2. Injuries plagued the team the rest of the season and they finished with a losing record of

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AAC Tournament Preview

The Favorites: Wichita State, Cincinnati, and Houston all split their regular season series against one another so there is no clear cut favorite. If I had to bet money, I would pick Cincinnati because they have an easier path to the finals as Wichita State and Houston have a potential showdown in the semifinals.   Quarterfinal matchups that the favorites want

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AAC Key Matchups: Wichita State Ends Cinncinati’s Longest Active Home Winning Streak

Landry Shamet lead the way for the Shockers with 19 points as the 19th ranked Shockers pull out a close 76-72 victory over the 5th ranked Bearcats. This was the marquee victory Wichita State has been looking for all season. Wichita State remained in the lead throughout the game, but the Bearcats didn’t give them much breathing room. They managed

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