1. NCAA Tournament 2012: 5 Most Intriguing Remaining Storylines

    Today, two teams will advance to the Final Four, with the remaining spots being filled Sunday. Contrary to most experts' predictions, Syracuse has clawed its way back to the Elite Eight after a nine-year absence, but Ohio State stands in its way...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 169 reads 0 comments

  2. NCAA Tournament 2012: Ranking the Best Stories of March Madness

    The 2012 NCAA tournament makes no promises other than one team will win six (or seven) games in a row to win the national championship, and 67 teams will lose their last game of the season...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 2,608 reads 11 comments

  3. NCAA Tournament 2012: Why Experts' Dismissal of Syracuse Is Unwarranted

    In politics, a rule of thumb is to not mention your opponent by name. You don’t want name recognition for fear that in the voting booth, a person could forget your name, but remember the name of your opponent...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,668 reads 0 comments

  4. NCAA Bracket 2012: 5 Biggest Questions Entering the Sweet 16

    Now that the beginning rounds of the NCAA tournament are over, it's time to get to work. No more Cinderella's getting lucky. Teams must prove their mettle in this Sweet 16 as the field whittles down to eight...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 3,989 reads 5 comments

  5. Sweet 16 2012: Power Ranking Hottest Fans and Cheerleaders

    For many of you, March Madness has become March Sadness. Duke and Missouri were eliminated in the first round. Syracuse is playing without Fab Melo. North Carolina has the injury bug all over the place...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 7,789 reads 11 comments

  6. NCAA Scores 2012: 5 Teams That Obliterated the Spread

    Whew! Day 1 of the NCAA tournament is over and there are some coaches who have some ‘splainin to do. While higher seeds won for the most part, some teams that were favored in the gambling line got a shot to the jaw...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 122 reads 0 comments

  7. NCAA Bracket 2012: 10 Reasons Today Is the Best Day on the Sports Calendar

    It’s finally here! March Madness kicks off today with a full slate of 16 games and is sure to cause a nationwide headache to employers and girlfriends alike...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 943 reads 0 comments

  8. NCAA Tournament 2012 Bracket: Breaking Down Point Spreads for Midwest Region

    The NCAA tournament has a grip on this country for a few reasons. I’d like to believe that the main reason is the love of basketball, but I’m afraid that’s just not it...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 829 reads 0 comments

  9. NCAA Bracket 2012: Breaking Down Point Spreads for West Region

    The NCAA tournament has a grip on this country for a few reasons. I’d like to believe that the main reason is the love of basketball, but I’m afraid that’s just not it...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 427 reads 0 comments

  10. NCAA Bracket 2012: Everything You Need to Win Your March Madness Bracket

    With the NCAA tournament so close, people want to be able to get a leg up on their colleagues by submitting an NCAA tournament pool that won’t get laughed out of the break room...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 371 reads 0 comments

  11. March Madness 2012: 15 Best Things to Do with Your Winning Bracket

    So, you’re looking at your NCAA tournament bracket and you know you’re a sure thing to win that precious moolah from your office pool...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 2,103 reads 6 comments

  12. Syracuse's Fab Melo out of NCAA Tournament: How Far Can Orange Go Without Him?

    The winds being felt nation-wide are coming from Upstate New York as the Syracuse Nation just let out a collective, "What the heck?!" Once again, sophomore center Fab Melo has ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 2,426 reads 0 comments

  13. NCAA Bracket 2012 Predictions: Using Spreads to Determine the Winners

    So you’ve got your bracket printed out and you’re about to embark on the task of predicting the NCAA tournament . For some of you it’s about the money and others it’s the bragging rights...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,557 reads 0 comments

  14. NCAA Tournament 2012 Predictions: 5 Reasons Ohio State Will Fail Miserably

    Ohio State has been a difficult team to understand. Is it the team that was ranked No. 2 for five weeks and gave Duke a 22-point whipping? Is it the team that struggled down the stretch ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 2,083 reads 9 comments

  15. Big East Tournament 2012: Which Teams Will Make It to March Madness?

    Word on the street is that the Big East is having a down year. Last year, the Big East placed an astonishing 11 teams in the NCAA tournament with its ninth-place team, Connecticut, cutting down the nets for Coach Jim Calhoun’s third championship...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 367 reads 0 comments

  16. SEC Tournament 2012: Odds for Every Team to Make March Madness

    The 2012 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament commences at noon on Thursday at the New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, La...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 2,080 reads 3 comments

  17. Syracuse Basketball: A Season of Firsts

    College basketball and Syracuse University are on a break. Syracuse (29-1, 16-1 Big East) men’s basketball is enjoying a week off after pulling out a thrilling victory ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,255 reads 0 comments

  18. Syracuse Basketball: 5 Tweaks to Help the Orange Win a Second Championship

    Second-ranked Syracuse, in its defeat of South Florida Wednesday night, clinched at least a share of its 10 th regular-season Big East title...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,286 reads 2 comments

  19. College Basketball Rankings: The Top 20 Teams in America, According to Las Vegas

    Every Monday of the college basketball season, the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today (Coaches Poll) release a list of the best 25 teams in America according to their voters...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 5,907 reads 7 comments

  20. Syracuse Basketball: C.J. Fair and Scoop Jardine Pace Hard-Fought Win at Rutgers

    Driven by a career-high 21 points from C.J. Fair, Syracuse defeated Rutgers 74-65 in Piscataway, New Jersey, at the Rutgers Athletic Center (The RAC...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 873 reads 0 comments

  21. College Basketball's Top 25 Programs…If You Want to Make Millions in the NBA

    The argument over which is the best basketball school in the nation may never be decided, but an interesting study has been performed to determine which has had the best talent...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 27,652 reads 60 comments

  22. Georgetown vs. Syracuse Basketball: 4 Observations After Orange Defeat Hoyas

    The No. 2 Syracuse Orange eked by the No. 11 Georgetown Hoyas in overtime on Wednesday night, 64-61. The Orange (24-1, 11-1 Big East) were paced by 29 points from senior forward ...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,634 reads 2 comments

  23. Syracuse Orange and Georgetown Hoyas' Students Say, "Can It!"

    Both Syracuse and Georgetown Universities share a deep hatred for each other on the basketball court, but their students have put their bitterness aside for a good cause...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,489 reads 0 comments

  24. Syracuse Basketball: The Return of Fab Melo Completes Jim Boeheim's Fab 10

    The Syracuse Orange travelled to Madison Square Garden to face off against its long-time adversary, St. John’s. Syracuse (23-1, 10-1 Big East) fell behind early, 7-2, but would go on a 16-4 run and never look back...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 1,085 reads 2 comments

  25. Fab Melo's Return Will Prove Essential to the Syracuse Orange

    The second-ranked Syracuse Orange will roll into its second home, Madison Square Garden, to take on the St. John’s Red Storm on Saturday at noon...

    Gene Siudut Written by Gene Siudut about almost 3 years ago 513 reads 0 comments