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  • College Basketball
  • May 6, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Comprehensive List of Every 2019 College Basketball Foreign Tour

Every four years, college basketball programs are allowed to take a foreign tour, which allows them to hold 10 additional practices and play exhibition games abroad against international competition. Dozens of Division I men’s basketball teams will travel abroad this summer, including several teams that are in Stadium College Basketball Insider Jeff Goodman’s preseason top […]

  • College Basketball
  • May 2, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Here’s How the Big Ten’s 20-Game Slate Affected Non-Conference Scheduling

Last season marked the debut of the Big Ten’s 20-game conference schedule, the ACC will follow suit next season and the Pac-12 will implement the change the year after that, which means many power conference teams will play two fewer non-conference games annually for the foreseeable future. Now consider the recently announced scheduling alliance between […]

  • College Football
  • May 1, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Is Making a Bowl Game in College Football Even Impressive Anymore?

With the addition of three new college football bowl games in 2020, it’s time to re-evaluate what making a bowl game will mean when 65 percent of FBS schools will do so. In two seasons, there will be additional bowl games played in Boston, L.A. and Myrtle Beach, according to Stadium College Football Insider Brett […]

  • College Football
  • April 30, 2019
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Fenway Park to Host Bowl Game Between ACC and AAC Teams

Boston’s Fenway Park will host a new bowl game starting in 2020 featuring football teams from the Atlantic Coast and American Athletic conferences, sources told Stadium.

  • College Basketball
  • April 25, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Did These College Coaches Deliver On Their Early Promises? | Part 2

Here’s Part 2 of our examination into the introductory press conferences of some of the notable college basketball coaches who were hired last offseason. You can read Part 1 here. These introductory press conferences can be full of cliches, like talk of establishing a culture or playing fast, but they can also lend themselves to […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 24, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Did These College Coaches Deliver On Their Early Promises? | Part 1

Introductory press conferences for coaches are often full of cliches, ranging from “establishing a culture” to promises of an uptempo play style — with frequent mentions of words like “program,” “opportunity” and “community.” Inspired by Hoop Vision’s Jordan Sperber’s compilation of cliches from the latest coaching carousel, we decided to rewind the clock to a […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 22, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Postseason Grades for Every American Athletic Conference Basketball Team

The American Athletic Conference sent four teams to the 2019 NCAA Tournament, one more than it did the year before, and it finished ahead of the Pac-12 in kenpom.com’s conference rankings for the season. Here are Stadium’s postseason grades for every team in the AAC, which take into account the preseason coaches’ poll, conference and […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 19, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Cincinnati Coach John Brannen Agrees to Six-Year Contract: Salary, Buyout, Incentives

Former Northern Kentucky Coach John Brannen is the rare Division I head coach who can take a job with a new school and live in the same house if he wants. Brannen replaced Mick Cronin at Cincinnati, whose campus is roughly seven miles from that of Northern Kentucky. Brannen agreed to a six-year contract with […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 12, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Examining the Effects of NIT Rule Changes: Extended 3-Point Line, Wider Lane

While most college basketball fans in the country were busy watching the 2019 NCAA Tournament, the 32 teams that qualified for the NIT were playing a slightly different version of the sport we know and love. There were four rule modifications in the 2019 NIT, which are outlined below. The 3-point line was extended to […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 9, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Ranking the Best College Basketball Conferences From the 2018-19 Season

Virginia won the first men’s basketball national championship in school history Monday night, which means three different ACC teams have won a national title in the last five years. The Cavaliers’ title goes a long way as we examine how college basketball’s best conferences stacked up against each other last season. NCAA Tournament participation and […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 9, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Analyzing UCLA’s Coaching Hire of Cincinnati’s Mick Cronin

UCLA fired former coach Steve Alford on New Year’s Eve and after a lengthy, winding and — at points — befuddling coaching search that resulted in Kentucky Coach John Calipari receiving a lifetime contract with the ‘Cats and Tennessee Coach Rick Barnes landing a new raise in Knoxville, the Bruins settled on Cincinnati Coach Mick […]

  • College Basketball
  • March 30, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

PJ Washington’s Return, Tyler Herro’s ‘Oozing’ Confidence Push Kentucky to Elite Eight

KANSAS CITY – Reid Travis has a Stanford degree and he was far more politically correct than teammate Ashton Hagans when he used the term “oozing with confidence” while searching for the correct words to describe the unwavering swagger of Tyler Herro. “Big nuts,” Hagans said. Yep. Can’t argue with that. Not exactly debatable, certainly […]

  • College Basketball
  • March 26, 2019
  • Chinmay Vaidya

Previewing No. 2 Kentucky vs. No. 3 Houston: Date, Time, Location, Spread

While Kentucky faces questions surrounding the health of its best player entering a Sweet 16 matchup with Houston, the Cougars look primed to keep the momentum from their 31-win season going. Kentucky will be looking for its 38th Elite 8 appearance while Houston is seeking its sixth trip there. [RELATED: Up-to-Date List of College Basketball Coaching […]

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