College Basketball

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Rollie Massimino on Villanova’s 1985 Upset Over Georgetown

This is the 30th anniversary of Villanova’s historic upset over Georgetown in the NCAA Finals. How are you going to celebrate? Our players have come […]

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What the Hell Happened to Penn Basketball?

“Finally,” my friend Chris said, “We have a basketball team again!” It was the first game of the 2010-11 basketball season. Penn was about to […]

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A Saint and a Satan

Two of the legendary college basketball coaches passed away within days of each other last week: a saint and a satan. Dean Smith, the gentlemanly […]

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La Salle Knocks Off VCU, the 20th-Ranked Team in Country

La Salle took advantage of a depleted VCU squad, and upset the Rams on the road in double overtime. Jordan Price led the Explorers with […]

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March Madness Preview: Villanova Is a Title Contender; Can Temple Reach Tourney, Too?

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Villanova is a national title contender this year. Right: Villanova does not have the best recent NCAA tournament […]

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Scenes: Temple Fans Storm Court After Upset Win

Last night, Temple — ranked 110th in the country pregame by my favorite college basketball rating system — jumped out to a big lead on […]

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WATCH: La Salle Beats Buzzer with Half-Court Prayer

The Explorers had nearly completed a rally from a 20-point deficit, but there was just four seconds left and the Explorers were down three. They’d […]

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Top-Seeded Villanova Knocked Out of Big East Tournament on Buzzer Beater

Villanova came into today’s Big East Tournament game against Seton Hall as heavy favorites. The Wildcats were 28-3, ranked No. 3 in the country and […]