March Preview: Northwestern Wildcats

The Wildcats are one of the original five division one programs who has never made a NCAA Tournament.  After getting off to an 18-4 start, Northwestern seemed to lock up their first tournament bid.  Chris Collins' group hit a rough patch losing five of their next seven games and started to

Saturday Notebook: March 4, 2017

The month of March is finally here and I've already told my teachers my grades would be dropping because I'd be watching college hoops in class.  Here is the College Pride Press Saturday Notebook for March 4, 2017...   Pittsburgh 42, 23 Virginia 67:  In his final home game, London Perrantes scored

CPP Gameday: Week 17

The crew discusses the Big 12 conference race, bubble teams that NCAA tournament fates rely on their performance in the week, and the top games of the weekend. Be sure to check out the site for all you need to know about March Madness!!! CollegePridePress.com and follow us on Twitter

March Preview: UCLA Bruins

Ok, I will admit it.  On my first podcast with College Pride Press, I predicted UCLA wouldn't make the tournament and Steve Alford would be fired.  Well, I think Lonzo Ball and company heard my comments and used it as motivation for the rest of the season.  You're welcome Bruins

March Preview: Minnesota Golden Gophers

The Golden Gophers have turned some heads this season.  Richard Pitino has gone from the hot seat to the driver seat as his team has really played better than many would've anticipated.   Minnesota is looking to make their first NCAA Tournament since 2013. Strengths: Defense wins games. A huge factor for Minnesota's

Saturday Notebook: February 25, 2017

Man oh man alive.  Yesterday was a prime example of why I love college hoops so much.  I tried my best, but here is a full recap of everything you need to know about the day that was in college basketball...     19 Florida State 76, Clemson 74: Clemson’s season in a

March Preview: Purdue Boilermakers

Purdue has been one of the lone bright spots this year in the Big Ten.  The Boilermakers have made the NCAA Tournament five out of the last seven years but haven't reached the Elite Eight since 2000, and the final four since 1980.  Could this be the year Purdue snaps

CPP Gameday: Week 16

Noah and Sean welcome CPP writer Tyler Calvaruso as he participates in his first CPP Gameday podcast as an official analyst for the show.  The gang will discuss their bubble teams, the baffling Big Ten race, and the must-watch games of the weekend ahead.