1. Why Saturday's BYU-TCU Scrap is a No-Win Situation for the Cougars

    September 19, 2009—The day that Christian Ponder could do no wrong.  Unfortunate enough for the BYU Cougars, that day also happened to be the day they saw any hope of playing in a major bowl game circle down the long and twisted BCS drain...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about 5 years ago 510 reads 22 comments

  2. Utah Utes: Controversy In My Mind

    It's that time of the year again. Everyone and their mother's tax analyst is putting together some sort of NCAA Tournament bracket by whatever logic they insist on using...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 6 years ago 187 reads 4 comments

  3. Wake Forest Basketball Not Getting Its Just Due

    I'm not a Wake Forest fan. I don't expect them to win a national title. In fact, I don't even expect them to win the ACC championship. I wouldn't be surprised if parity bites them in the butt once or twice this season...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 6 years ago 595 reads 7 comments

  4. One Down, More To Go: Tracking the BCS Busters with Questions and Answers

    With BYU coughing up virtually any chance to rumble with the big boys in January, the field of non-BCS teams hoping to make waves continues to dwindle. College football pundits everywhere are scrambling for another sexy "BCS Buster" pick...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about 6 years ago 397 reads 2 comments

  5. This Week is Make-or-Break Time for the BYU Cougars

    Two weeks off, two weeks on...that's how it has seemed to go for the Cougars this football season. Two average games to start the season, two mind-blowing shutouts after that, and two head-scratching snoozefests after that...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about 6 years ago 231 reads 0 comments

  6. Tim Donaghy's Dark Legacy Looms as NBA Playoffs Continue

    After the lock out, it was tough to get into basketball. Jordan was on the decline and smack dab in the middle of retiring and un-retiring. Magic and Larry were history...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 852 reads 0 comments

  7. NFLPA: Opposition to Pacman Jones' Deal Oozing With Hypocrisy

    It's quite simple.All Adam "Pacman" Jones wants to do is play football.And, much like every other football player on the planet, Jones wants to win a Super Bowl.Two things. That's all...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 612 reads 1 comments

  8. NBA Draft: Can't Wait For June 16!

    The 2008 version of the NBA Draft will take place on June 26.I know.But I'm looking forward to June 16.Why? That's the deadline for early entry players to withdraw their names from the Draft...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 748 reads 0 comments

  9. Reviewing The October Prediction: Michigan State—2008 NCAA Champions

    Sometimes you just have to look back on things past and just laugh. You know, like the time my voice cracked while reading The Diary of Anne Frank in my eigth grade Language Arts class...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 1,759 reads 1 comments

  10. Rick Majerus' Offensive Comments Overshadowed by March Madness

    Last year, Don Imus made inappropriate, and racially driven remarks towards the Rutgers Women’s Basketball team. After a long, drawn-out battle, Imus was released by his employers and rightfully so...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 3,079 reads 23 comments

  11. It's Kentucky's Time to Prove Worthy of NCAA Bid

    It takes more than 40 minutes to erase the embarrassment of getting pantsed in gym class. It takes more than 40 minutes to make people forget the kid whose voice cracked during his valedictory address...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 706 reads 4 comments

  12. NCAA Tournament Thoughts: Selection Sunday Fallout

    Is everybody done bowing at the feet of Psycho T for hitting a midrange jumper against Virginia Tech? He wasn't even the real hero on that play. And he celebrates very awkwardly, too.....

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 686 reads 0 comments

  13. Conference Tournaments Present the Home Court Advantage

    Is it any wonder that the San Diego Toreros punched their ticket to the Big Dance? Will college basketball fans be shocked if the UNLV Rebels win the Mountain West tournament again? ...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 645 reads 1 comments

  14. NCAA Bubble Confusion: This Week's Winners and Losers

    We thought we had it all figured out. Syracuse and Ohio State were destined to go to the NIT. VCU was supposed to make an easy run to the CAA tournament final. And UConn was well on its way to a very high seed...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 898 reads 3 comments

  15. March Madness: Let the Eliminations Begin!

    This is the moment all of college basketball has been waiting for. Eliminations, upsets, miracles, and disappointments will now mark nearly every day of the next month. March Madness is here, and, as an avid basketball fan, I can't wait...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 418 reads 0 comments

  16. Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Preview

    They call it "Arch Madness." No, really. They really do call it "Arch Madness."The table is set for a Saint Louis style four day feasting of Missouri Valley Conference basketball...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 891 reads 2 comments

  17. College Basketball Notes: Tournament Hopes, Conference Races

    Congratulations are in order for Ivy League champion Cornell, the first team to punch its ticket to the Big Dance. With the long-time dominance of Penn and Princeton it must have felt good for the Big Red to bust through and grab the crown...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 781 reads 1 comments

  18. Kentucky Star Freshman Done for the Year

    As if the start of the year wasn't bad enough for the Kentucky Wildcats, the end of the season has brought more bad news: Patrick Patterson will be out for the rest of the season...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about over 6 years ago 579 reads 0 comments

  19. Calm Down, Commodores: Vanderbilt's Upset Isn't Worth the Hype

    The Vanderbilt Commodores ruled the world for a night. May we all give propers where propers are due. They deserve a pat on the back, a very complimentary article churned out by a local AP journalist and a good jump in the RPI...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 7 years ago 1,900 reads 15 comments

  20. Jockeying for Mountain West Tournament Position Starts Tonight

    Two weeks remain until the start of the Mountain West Conference Tournament in Las Vegas and the race for favorable position is on...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 7 years ago 820 reads 2 comments

  21. The Verizon Guy and Kelvin Sampson: Long Lost Twins

    You've probably seen a nice picture of Kelvin Sampson floating around the internet—so far I've seen it on thermocaster.com and sportsyenta.blogspot.com, and it's from boilersports...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 7 years ago 536 reads 0 comments

  22. Mid-Major Power Rankings 2/24

    Mid-Major Power Rankings presented by collegesportspro.com*In this case, mid-majors are classified as teams from a conference that traditionally sends no more than two teams to the NCAA tournament...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 7 years ago 2,622 reads 3 comments

  23. Kentucky's Demise Greatly Exaggerated After Vanderbilt Loss

    By a show of hands, who had the Kentucky Wildcats left for dead after their 41-point beating at the hands of Vandy? Shame on you...

    Andrew Perkins Written by Andrew Perkins about almost 7 years ago 1,110 reads 8 comments