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Where will Cassius Stanley and Cole Anthony Go?

Cassius Stanley and Cole Anthony are two of the brightest young stars for next season. Anthony is listed as the #2 prospect by ESPN and #4 by 247 Sports, while Cassius Stanley is rated a little bit lower at 29 overall by both sites. The two of them are both announcing their decisions this week, with Cassius going first at

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Interview with Jay Huff, University of Virginia Forward.

I had the pleasure to interview NCAA Champion, the University of Virginia forward, Jay Huff. It was an incredible experience, my first real interview with a collegiate athlete. I learned about Jay’s childhood dreams, what it’s like playing for Coach Bennett, and a few surprising facts about him! If you want to hear about Jay’s nickname, how the Cavaliers are

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Where does Texas Tech go from here?

Chris Beard has officially turned Texas Tech into a basketball school. Following his third full season at the helm for the Red Raiders, Beard has pretty much done the unthinkable: back-to back elite eight appearances, and of course the first national championship appearance in school history. Although the Red Raiders were unable to cap off a tremendously successful season by

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From Humiliation to Redemption: Virginia Defeats Texas Tech for NCAA Championship

March 16, 2018, a day that all college basketball fans will always remember. #1 seeds remained undefeated at 135-0. Then it happened 135-1. Virginia is the culprit of the first #16 upset in NCAA tournament history. Fast forward to March 2019 and Virginia found themselves as a #1 seed once again. Could history really repeat itself? Virginia trailed #16 Gardner-Webb

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NCAAM Review Final Four Predictions

With the Final Four upon us, we decided to share our predictions for the games in Minneapolis.   Final Four Games Mat Mlodzinski: Virginia and Texas Tech Collin Speicher: Auburn and Texas Tech Matt Karner: Virginia and Michigan State Jordan Pardo: Virginia and Michigan State Ariel Puterman: Auburn and Texas Tech Nick Musial: Virginia and Texas Tech Leilani Fitzpatrick: Virginia

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