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Williamson Goes Down, Carolina Dominates Paint in Rivalry Game

North Carolina picked up its biggest win of the season at Durham, defeating rival Duke 88-72. Behind Luke Mayes 30 points, UNC dominated the paint to pick up a dominate win. The game started with projected #1 pick Zion Williamson running through his shoe and leaving the game with a knee injury. After Zion went to the locker room, UNC

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Week Two Takeaways

The college basketball season is off and running. Throughout the first two weeks there have been buzzer beaters, overtime games, shocking blowouts, and some amazing upsets. If one didn’t look at the calendar and see that it is only November 18 it could easily be mistaking for March. Feast week has made its way to the forefront and will stay

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Gonzaga’s Tillie to Miss Eight Weeks

Gonzaga announced Tuesday that big man Killian Tillie re-aggravated an ankle injury and tests show a stress fracture needing surgery. This is a big loss for the Zags, as Tillie was a prominent role on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball for the Bulldogs. Tillie came into this season after averaging 12.9 points per game as a sophomore

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The ACC Set to Have Historic Season

Over the past few years, America’s premier college hoops conference has undoubtedly been the ACC. Since the conference expanded in 2014, the conference has sent no less than 6 teams to the big dance and has had only one year where it is not represented in the elite eight. In addition, 2 of the last 6 champions have come from

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Ranking the Top Programs of the 21st Century: The Top Ten

#10 Louisville Cardinals Record: 469-188 (.714) Regular Season Champions: 4 Conference Tournament Champions: 6 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 14 Average NCAA Tournament Seed: 4.5 Sweet 16 Appearances: 7 Elite Eight Appearances: 6 Final Four Appearances: 3 National Title Game Appearances: 1 National Titles: 1 Rating Score: 132.42 The Louisville Cardinals are all over the place and with the NCAA and FBI investigation

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