Last week I complained about some of Fox’s Sunday Night Hoops coverage. This week, I thought it only fair to provide some follow-up commentary on the broadcast production. You will find both positives and negatives: (1) Last week I complained about the off-the-mark, moron-centric “rap” that opened Fox’s Sunday Night Hoops broadcast. This week, I […]
Purdue & Manhattan: Wolfpack Basketball Week in Review
For NC State Basketball fans who do not live near Raleigh or have been able to attend a game this season, the two televised games of the last seven days have provided our first look at what should easily be Herb Sendek’s 9th, and best installment of Wolfpack Basketball.
Virginia Continues to Hold-up the ACC
12/6/04 Update: ACC Bowl Line-Up In case you missed it earlier this week…..after the University of Virginia dropped their 3rd game of the season against top tier competition in a 24-10 loss to Virginia Tech, UVa announced that they would not participate in any bowl that would be played between the dates of December 13th […]
ACC Ties Record with Super Seven
Chalk-up another record for Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball. With the Virginia Cavaliers – projected to finish 8th in this year’s ACC – entry into this week’s Associated Press men’s college basketball Top 25, the ACC ties the record for having the most ranked teams in a single poll with seven teams. The Big Ten had […]
Fox’s BBall Coverage Misses Mark with Me
For the record….I am 33 years old, speak what I consider acceptable English, and can’t friggin stand the continued “thugadization” of ACC Basketball by Fox Sports.
UVA to Decline Bowls Played Prior to Dec 21st
It is being reported today that University of Virginia will decline any invitations from bowl games that will be played between December 13th and December 21st, therefore eliminating the Cavaliers from participating in the Champs Sports Bowl (formerly the Tangerine Bowl) in Orlando, Fla., on December 21st. What a bowl season for the ACC, eh? […]
1996 Set Today’s Table: ECU’s needless 2-point conversion takes its place back in the spotlight
If you are blindly reading this Blog today with no historical context, then you are going to think that I am a total ass for what you will see as constantly referring to my desire for NC State to score at least 50 points against East Carolina in today’s football game. But, as any elementary […]
ACC Exerting Muscle with Tournament Championships
Fans of the Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball might want to make a mental bookmark of what they are watching in these last ten days of November because the results our league is currently generating will make significant impacts on the college basketball landscape that will remain relevant all the way to March. Although only half […]