College Pride Press Top 25 – Week Six

Bedlam. That was last week. Five of our top ten teams lost. Some in games you wouldn’t predict in a million years. It’s clear that Christmas came early for college basketball fans, as chaos dominated. We had Florida get trounced by their rival then inexplicably lose to a mid-major. Kansas

College Pride Press Top 25 – Week Five

Oftentimes, the couple weeks following Thanksgiving can be a slow period in college basketball. The high competition of the early-season tournaments can have some teams looking for reprieve in smaller opponents. Finals are coming up, too, which means teams will usually go at least a week without contesting a game.

Postgame: Butler routs St. Louis 75-45

Postgame: Butler routs St. Louis 75-45   Butler rides fantastic defense to an impressive victory against the St. Louis University Billikens in their first game back at Hinkle Fieldhouse after the PK80 invitational. Butler is now 6-2 and have won three straight games.   The Billikens continued their poor outside shooting season at Hinkle,

Pregame: Butler Bulldogs vs St. Louis Billikens

Pregame: Butler Bulldogs vs St. Louis Billikens   Saturday, December 2nd, 2 p.m. ET   Butler returns to Hinkle Fieldhouse to take on the Billikens in their first home game since competing in the PK80 invitational. St. Louis is 3-3 on the season, and this will be their first road game of the year.   SLU’s

College Pride Press Top 25 – Week Three

  Last week, the college basketball year truly began, thanks to the Champions’ Classic. Those two battles brought us high-level competition just days into the season. In addition, a couple other ranked teams also saw themselves get beat, or nearly. This includes Northwestern and USC, one of which clung to a

College Pride Press Top 25: Week Two

  The first weekend is in the past. As per the usual, there wasn’t a ton of drama. Most teams played schools from lower conferences, which served as punching bags and measuring sticks. Though some teams struggled to work through growing pains, such as Kentucky, there shouldn’t be a lot of