Jan 23, 2014, 8:00 AM EDT
An interview with “Sad Scott”: the face of the Georgetown basketball season (Casual Hoya)
Late in Georgetown’s overtime loss to Marquette earlier this week, a sad Georgetown student grabbed some attention based on his reaction to what was happening. Here he discusses his feelings on the Hoyas’ season to date.
Video: Shawn Kemp Jr. on playing with Graves Disease (Seattle Times)
Washington forward Shawn Kemp Jr. has been a solid contributor for the Huskies this season, and he’s done so despite playing with Graves disease. In this video he discusses how the disorder has impacted his performance on the floor.
To build camaraderie needed to win together, Arizona first had to live together (Yahoo Sports)
Te Arizona Wildcats won 27 games last season and reached the Sweet 16. However, even with those accomplishments the remaining players wonder if they could have accomplished even more. Nick Johnson and Kaleb Tarczewski looked to change the chemistry, and with seven players living together their plan has paid off thus far.
College basketball caucus: Which freshman is most important? (USA Today)
The question of which freshman is the best in America is one that can be debated for hours, and the same goes for the question of which newcomer is most important to his team. A group of writers discussed this, with Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis being one of the picks.
Ship comes in for Fairleigh Dickinson Star (NorthJersey.com)
FDU senior guard Sidney Sanders Jr. has been a welcome surprise for first-year head coach Greg Herenda, whose Knights have surprised people within the NEC. Sanders is averaging nearly 19 points per game for FDU and may very well be the best player in the NEC.
Why we need a college basketball video game (Busting Brackets)
The Ed O’Bannon lawsuit, which led to Electronic Arts settling with the plaintiffs, hasn’t stopped some from pining for a college basketball video game. One hasn’t been produced since 2009, and it’s unlikely that there will be a new college basketball game anytime soon for legal reasons.
Wild horses couldn’t stop him (ESPN Dallas)
SMU has proven to be more formidable than some anticipated them being this season, with point guard Nic Moore leading the way for a team that has already beaten UConn in conference play. And head coach Larry Brown is of the belief that this group has what it takes to win the American and reach the NCAA tournament.
Best foot forward: how shoes united two Nigerian-born basketball players (Sporting News)
Appalachian State forward Michael Obacha made news earlier this month when he organized a shoe drive to help children in his native Nigeria. Obacha isn’t the first to make this move, with former Davidson forward Andrew Lovedale doing the same. The two have come together with the goal of helping those in their native country who lack the resources needed to succeed.
- Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan makes another statement wavering on potential retirement 0
- Cody Zeller, Indiana president speak out against recent athlete legal issues 0
- Five-star 2016 combo guard cuts list to four 0
- Xavier, Mount St. Joseph to launch the ‘Lauren Hill Tip-Off Classic’ 0
- Tai Wynyard: ‘I will be coming to UK in December’ 0
- Tom Izzo, 30 second shot clocks, and why zone presses will be more popular this year 1
- Kentucky lands a commitment from four-star 2016 forward 0
- Blue Ribbon announces their preseason all-american team (3)
- 10 year old Ohio State fan worried heart surgery would make him love Michigan (1)
- Seton Hall to give scholarship basketball players $2,600 towards cost of attendance (1)
- Indiana president none too pleased with recent legal issues involving student-athletes (1)
- Throwback Thursday: When we realized Russell Westbrook was a freak (VIDEO) (1)