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Wooden’s Legacy Overshadows Program as UCLA Fires Alford

John Wooden is still known today as one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time. His success in both coaching and life will always be remembered, but has Wooden’s legacy doomed UCLA? Is UCLA still today hoping and praying for the same success even though no other men’s program has achieved such accolades? Steve Alford was fired as the

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Recapping an Exciting Saturday in College Hoops

In the last weekend of non conference play for many teams, college basketball did not disappoint in Saturday’s action. There were upsets, near upsets, big plays, and nail biters. Overall, Saturday was a great day for college hoops fans. The day began with Ohio State and UCLA in game 1 of the CBS sports classic, a game that Ohio State

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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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COLLEGE BASKETBALL FOR 2017-18: THE TOP 5 NON CONFERENCE GAMES TO WATCH FOR THIS YEAR

College Basketball.  These very simple two words bring to mind many adjectives: passion, enthusiasm, tradition.  In recent weeks, it has also brought about words such as scandal, corruption and probation.  Here is a positive thought though.  The good will always outweigh the bad.  Not everyone has a scandal, not everyone deals in corruption and not every school will be on probation…… we

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