So You Want to Be a Champion?

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The programs are ready, the courts are so shiny, the fans ready to cheer! It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” If you aren’t in the College Basketball season spirit, then what are you doing? It has been 7 months since

Big Ten Preview: Minnesota Golden Gophers

Season Preview: Minnesota Last Season: 24-10, NCAA 1st Round Key Losses: Akeem Springs Key Additions: Jamir Harris, Isaiah Washington, Davonte Fitzergald In his third season as the head coach of the Gophers, Richard Pitino was finally able to lead his squad to the NCAA Tournament. Losing in the first round to a very good

Big Ten Preview: Northwestern Wildcats

Season Preview: Northwestern Last Season: 24-12, NCAA 2nd Round Key Losses: Sanjay Lumpkin, Nathan Taphorn Key Additions: Anthony Gaines History was made last season up in Evanston. Chris Collins and Bryant McIntosh led the Wildcats to its first ever NCAA Tournament appearance. Northwestern was finally able to put it all together. Vic Law came

Big Ten Preview: Ohio State Buckeyes

Season Preview: Ohio State Last Season: 17-15 Key Losses: Jaquan Lyle Key Additions: Kaleb Wesson, Kyle Young, Musa Jallow What an eventful offseason it was in Columbus, following yet another disappointing seasons for this Buckeye basketball program. Due to health concerns and declining performance, Thad Matta was fired in June. In what were weird

Big Ten Preview: Wisconsin Badgers

Season Preview: Wisconsin Last Season: 27-10, NCAA 2nd Round Key Losses: Bronson Koenig, Zak Showalter, Nigel Hayes, Vito Brown Key Additions: Nathan Reuvers, Brad Davison It seemed that Bronson Koenig and Nigel Hayes were at Wisconsin for ages. Having played on the National Runner-Up team from 2015, they were looking to go out with

Big Ten Preview: Michigan Wolverines

Season Preview: Michigan Last Season: 26-12, NCAA Sweet 16 Key Losses: DJ Wilson, Zak Irvin, Derrick Walton Jr. Key Additions: Jordan Poole, Isaiah Livers, Charles Matthews The Michigan Wolverines basketball team had an eventful 2016-2017 campaign. For the first half of Big Ten play, many people just couldn’t get a grasp on this

Big-Ten Conference Standings Predicition

We only have 4 more days until college basketball! This is our last conference to preview as we have previewed every team and given our predictions over the past month. Without further ado here is our standings prediction for the Big-Ten 1 Michigan State 2 Minnesota 3 Northwestern 4 Purdue 5 Michigan 6 Indiana 7 Wisconsin 8 Maryland 9

Big Ten Preview: Purdue Boilermakers

Season Preview: Purdue Last Season: 27-8, NCAA Sweet 16 Key Losses: Caleb Swanigan Key Additions: Nojel Eastern, Aaron Wheeler, Eden Ewing 2016-2017 was definitely a big one for Matt Painter. After losing to Arkansas-Little Rock in the first round of the previous NCAA Tournament, Painter came into this past season feeling the heat a

CPP Top 100: #28 Nick Ward

Nick Ward Michigan State C 6’9” Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 13.9 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 59% FG Why They Are Here Nick Ward is yet another Michigan native who looks to be a great four year contributor for Tom Izzo. Coming off a very solid Freshman season, Ward looks to be the key cog in the middle for

CPP Top 100: #41 Cassius Winston

Cassius Winston Michigan St. G 6'2 Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 6.7 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 5.2 apg Why They Are Here Heading into his sophomore year at Michigan St, a lot can be expected from Cassius Winston, who showed great promise as a floor general in his freshman campaign.  Winston, a Detroit product, is a capable scorer but

Special Solar eclipse day Bracketology

          Special Solar eclipse day Bracketology by: Jonathon Warriner For some, today might be the last time you will be able to read my Bracketology, due to looking into the sun without Solar eclipse glasses. Enjoy reading my latest predictions, and remember to wear the Solar eclipse glasses before looking at the

CPP Top 100: #64 Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson Indiana SG 6’3” Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 12.8ppg, 4.4 rpg, 2.5 apg Why They Are Here Robert Johnson is ranked here due to his experience, solid defense, and legitimate outside jumper. Johnson is at his best when he is catching and shooting on the wings. This past season, RoJo showed the nation his potential with