Andrew Wiggins. Jabari Parker. Julius Randle. Aaron Gordon. And most recently Joel Embiid. These are the names you’ve heard most in regard to the freshmen roaming the college basketball landscape, and for good reason. Wiggins was the player everyone in the NBA was supposed to be tanking for. Parker was close behind and took the NCAA scene by storm. Randle and Gordon constituted … [Read more...] about Tyler Ennis Is The Most Important Freshman In College Basketball
By Richard Boadu / @6magazine We’re five weeks into the college football season, and the NFL season just ended its first quarter. This weekend looked like Fashion Week in various stadiums across the country. As I perused from game to game, I noticed no one individual getting his fresh on to the most maximum of levels, but several teams were rocking dope alternate uniforms. Here … [Read more...] about Football Fashion Week Presents: The 11 Freshest Football Uniforms Of The Past Weekend
The Big 12 was left out of the College Football Playoff in 2014, but it may be the ACC’s turn to sit on the sidelines in 2015. The conference is solid, and Florida State and Clemson could run the table, but there is no clear-cut favorite. One loss could end any chance for an ACC team to advance to the playoffs because the conference doesn’t have the depth or talent of the Big … [Read more...] about The Usual Suspects Compete For The ACC Crown
The Orange of Syracuse has taken this year’s NCAA Tournament by storm, not quite capturing the nation’s hearts but rather its undivided attention. After a earning a controversial spot in the field as a No. 10 seed, Syracuse (19-13) proceeded to tear a path through the Midwest region of the bracket. The Round of 64 victory over seventh-seeded Dayton was not so much of a … [Read more...] about Syracuse Men’s Basketball: Cinderella Or Ugly Stepsister?
Like Lauren Conrad, the famed Hills alum, once said, “It’s all about the ‘What if.’” This is just as true in life as it is in college basketball. What if Grayson Allen doesn’t play on any given night for the Duke Blue Devils? What if Frank Mason doesn’t engage ‘Mason Mode’? What if Dillon Brooks fouls out of a game? What if Gonzaga went undefeated for the year? In a world, and … [Read more...] about Louisville’s Ray Spalding Has Been Living Inside The ‘What If’