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  • College Basketball
  • May 1, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Is There a ‘First-Mover’ Advantage in College Basketball Recruiting?

From an economics perspective, a first-mover advantage is when a company is the first to enter a given market and then reaps the benefits from its move. And in the world of college basketball recruiting, such an approach can be a hit-or-miss investment that may require a high school player’s profile to stay under the […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 18, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Postseason Grades for Every Pac-12 College Basketball Team

The Pac-12 finished the 2019 season as the seventh-best conference in the country, according to kenpom.com. The Power Five doesn’t really apply to college basketball like it does for football but if it did, the Pac-12 wouldn’t be one of the conferences included, at least not last season. The Pac-12 actually sent three teams to […]

  • College Basketball
  • April 18, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Analyzing College Basketball’s Relationship Between Recruiting Rankings and Wins

College basketball coaches will hit the recruiting trail on Friday for the start of a six-day recruiting period in which they’re allowed to evaluate prospects and make in-person, off-campus contact with recruits. The final day of the official NCAA “recruiting period” for the 2018-19 recruiting calendar is Thursday, May 2, which means the next two-plus […]

  • College Basketball
  • March 1, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Who’s the Most Entertaining College Basketball Coach on the Sideline?

We’re going to unveil the first-ever Jimmy Patsos Award, which will be given to the most entertaining coach on the sideline. Remember, Patsos is the former Siena coach who will forever live in infamy for his invisible handshake after a game in 2017. “He was a rare breed,” one D-1 referee told me of Patsos. […]

  • College Football
  • February 15, 2019
  • Nate Jacobson

Predicting the 2019 Over/Under Win Totals for the Pac-12

The Pac-12 has two divisions just like the ACC, SEC and Big Ten, but the main difference in this league is that there are only 12 teams instead of 14. With a nine-game conference schedule in place, each team plays four cross-division games, leading to a fairly balanced Pac-12 slate. It’s time to break down […]

  • College Basketball
  • February 14, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Your School Landed a Top-10 Basketball Recruit? This Is How You Set Reasonable Expectations

On Monday, Atlanta-based five-star shooting guard Anthony Edwards committed to Georgia, making him the highest-ranked recruit to commit to the Bulldogs in school history. Edwards is ranked as the No. 2 prospect in the 2019 recruiting class, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, and some recruiting services rank him No. 1 nationally. It was quite […]

  • College Basketball
  • January 30, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Analyzing the Careers and Production of College Basketball Players Who Transferred Twice

Transfers in college basketball can be a hot-button topic for fans and those involved in the sport, and there are already more than 100 players who have transferred this season. A small segment of college basketball players have transferred twice in their careers and we analyzed the rosters of more than 200 teams to find […]

  • College Football
  • November 13, 2018
  • Nate Jacobson

These College Football Teams Are Hungry for a Bowl Berth

There are two weeks left in college football’s regular season, meaning it’s a great time for bettors to figure out the teams who are motivated to finish the season strong. Luckily for you, I’ve broken down the remaining schedules and compiled a list of seven bowl-hungry programs that bettors should become acquainted with during the […]

  • College Football
  • November 6, 2018
  • Andy Wittry

It’s Week 11 and Every Pac-12 South Team Can Still Win the Division

Entering Week 11 of the college football season, No. 8 Washington State (8-1) is the Pac-12’s best – and likely only – College Football Playoff contender, and the Cougars’ playoff candidacy hinges on who they could potentially play in the Pac-12 Championship. But if you’re trying to figure out who’s going to win the Pac-12 […]

  • NBA
  • October 25, 2018
  • Chinmay Vaidya

Against the Odds, Allonzo Trier’s Early Emergence a Welcome Sight for the Knicks

Allonzo Trier is making the most of his opportunity. The former Arizona standout has impressed during the start of his two-way contract with the New York Knicks, averaging 9.2 points per game and shooting 37.5 percent from deep. Trier was not picked in the 2018 NBA Draft, but appears to have found a home in […]

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