1. BREAKING NEWS (Satire): LeBron To Retire From NBA, Start New TBS Sitcom

    In a stunning development that is sure to rock the world of professional basketball as well as the world of television, former Cleveland Cavaliers superstar and omniscient being LeBron ...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about 4 years ago 263 reads 0 comments

  2. NCAA All-Cinderella Tournament: Round Two, Day Two

    Game 5 – (5) 1987 Providence v. (12) 2005 West Virginia Traditionally, the 5-12 matchup is the populist pick among the upset-minded. Twelve seeds are the considered the Cinderellas who fit the glass slipper perfectly...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about 4 years ago 49 reads 0 comments

  3. NCAA All-Cinderella Tournament: Second Round Action, Day One

    Game 1 – (1) 1985 Villanova v. (16) 1994 Boston College Ed Pinckney was used to dealing with the likes of behemoths such as Patrick Ewing, Bill Wennington and Charles Smith...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about 4 years ago 100 reads 0 comments

  4. NCAA All-Cinderella Tournament: First-Round Action Day Two

    Game 9 – (9) 2006 George Mason v. (24)2001 Temple If you look at most of the teams involved in this tournament you could make a case that the term “Cinderella” doesn’t apply to some of them...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about 4 years ago 154 reads 0 comments

  5. NCAA All-Cinderella Tournament: Day 1 Of The First Round

    Game 1 – (1) 1985 Villanova v. (32) 1986 Cleveland State How would the ’85 Wildcats handle the shot clock? When they ran the table they took advantage of extending the game by handling the ball for indefinite periods on offense...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about 4 years ago 42 reads 0 comments

  6. NCAA All-Cinderella Tournament (Seeds 8-1)

    Welcome to the fourth and final introduction of the 32 teams that make up the All-Cinderella Tournament. In this section we have the team that had an amazing freshman class, another ...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about 4 years ago 154 reads 0 comments

  7. All-Time Cinderella Tournament (Seeds 16-9)

    Welcome to the third part of our introduction of the 32 teams that make up the All-Cinderella Tournament. In this segment, we feature a team that seemed like it was getting threes ...

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  8. NCAA All-Cinderella Tournament (Seeds 24-17)

    In the second part of the introduction of the 32 teams that made the All-Cinderella field. One school makes it in twice, another featured an NFL All-Pro and a third holds the current standard for mid-major success...

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  9. NCAA All-CInderella Tournament (Seeds 32-25)

    In this series I have created a mythical NCAA tournament featuring 32 teams that were the best "Cinderellas" since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985...

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  10. Calipari, Izzo, and Surprising Name In Coaching Switch [SATIRE]

    In a stunning development that could have the entire central Kentucky region sobbing into their coffee and shaving their heads in desperation former Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari ...

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  11. Bracketeering: Review of The 2010 NCAA Tourney Selection

    Now that the tournament committee has finished their selection and Seth Davis is aroused over Duke's fairly easy road to the Final Four I offer my observations on the final 65. Mississippi State should have gotten in over Florida...

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  12. Bracketeering Final Edition: Valiant Effort Puts Miss. State In

    I have been tired of motivational posters and quotes that claim to motivate the average uninspired soul. Believe me, it's gonna take more than a soaring eagle or a Norman Vincent Peale ...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 22 reads 0 comments

  13. Bracketeering 3/11/2010: Big Sky Comeback and a Big East Switch

    I'm not a fan of one-man gangs when it comes to college hoops success. Aside from Danny Manning and the Miracles in 1988 it's not a great long-term solution...

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  14. Bracketeering 3/10/10: Sun Belt Shuffle, Requiem For UConn

    I don't have a personal interest in the UConn Huskies. My cousin went to school there as an undergrad and I have been familiar with their program since watching Big East basketball in earnest ...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 44 reads 0 comments

  15. Bracketeering 3/9/10: Three Teams Burst The Bubble, Wofford Comes Out

    Last year the Saint Mary's Gaels got super-Aussie Patty Mills back just in time to make a run at securing an NCAA bid only to get drilled by their kryptonite (aka Gonzaga)...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 62 reads 0 comments

  16. Bracketeering 3/8/10: Big East Gets 8th Team In, Kansas Overall Number 1

    Luke Harangody, we know you were a Player of the Year candidate and your coach resembles Igor to Coach K's Dr. Frankenstein but the Irish really didn't need your help in securing the eighth Big East bid to the Big Dance...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 103 reads 0 comments

  17. Bracketeering Number 10: Last One Before Mini-Tourney Time

    Since none of the top three teams in the polls survived the weekend intact (though Robbie Hummel probably would've made a difference against Michigan State) the big Orange snag the overall number 1 seed...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 49 reads 0 comments

  18. Bracketeering Number 9: Duke Snags Last Top Seed, At-Larges Unimpressive

    I admit I'm one of those guys.  I have thought that the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee, Joe Lunardi and Jerry Palm have all done serious damage to their brains in past seasons when the bracket projections and final bracket come out...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 67 reads 0 comments

  19. Bracketeering Number 8: Can Anybody Play This Game?

    The Governator hasn't had much to clap about.  His state is teetering on the brink of financial collapse.  His beloved Chargers disappointed for the gazillionth consecutive year in the playoffs...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 54 reads 0 comments

  20. Bracketeering Number 7: Balance Among The Power Six Conferences

    In a time period where we tend to reward mediocrity this week's bracket projection makes sense.  No conference received more than six bids and none deserved any.  I don't put teams with .500 records or below in conference play in the bracket...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 94 reads 0 comments

  21. Bracketeering No. 6: Atlantic Ten and Mountain West Represent

    I don't agree with some pundits that Kentucky should move down to the two seeds.  True, they haven't had a monster schedule - yet - but their lone loss came on the road in conference play against ...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  22. Bracketeering No. 5: Syracuse New 1 Seed; Last Year's Champs Out

    After their most recent losses what is long overdue has taken place.  North Carolina is not in this week's bracket projection.  They're down near the bottom of the ACC and are in a tailspin...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  23. College Hoops Week 11 Review: Greg Monroe Comes Of Age, OSU Cowboys Up

    Individual Honors: Greg Monroe, Georgetown.  21 points, 14 rebounds and six assists vs. Rutgers.  Anytime someone is listed as a center and decides to continue their hoops education at G-Town fans can imagine Ewing, Mourning, et al...

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  24. First Pick In The 2010 NBA Draft.....DeMarcus Cousins?

    After a resounding thrashing over the Arkansas Razorbacks Kentucky Wildcats guard John Wall all but confirmed his plans for next season - after he fixes the economy and rebuilds Haiti, of course...

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  25. Last Team Standing: Should Kentucky Follow The Colts' Lead?

    While they're probably mourning this morning in Austin, Texas the Longhorn faithful shouldn't feel too bad.  After all, Kansas State is enjoying their best season in decades and upended number 1 on their home court...

    Marc Daley Written by Marc Daley about over 4 years ago 195 reads 0 comments