Houston Cougars

  • February 10,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Stadium’s NCAA Tournament Bracket Scouting (Feb. 10)

The last regular season college basketball games will tip off one month from Sunday, including a rematch of Houston-Cincinnati, which was the biggest game of the day. The Cougars protected their home court Sunday to become the third team this season to reach the 23-win mark, joining Gonzaga and Nevada. Saturday was a significant day […]

  • February 9,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Duke, Tennessee, Virginia and Gonzaga Earn No. 1 Seeds in College Basketball Bracket Preview Show

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee announced the top 16 teams in college basketball Saturday afternoon on its third annual Bracket Preview Show, giving fans an early glimpse of which teams are currently in position to earn top seeds on Selection Sunday. The committee evaluated teams’ resumes through Friday’s games. Duke, Tennessee, Virginia and Gonzaga earned […]

  • January 28,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Buying High, Selling Low on College Basketball’s Conundrum Teams

Duke and Virginia are unanimously top-four teams in the country, according to college basketball’s primary advanced analytics. The Blue Devils and Cavaliers are ranked No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, in the latest AP Top 25 Poll and they’re No. 1 and No. 2, in reverse order, according to the predictive metrics of the popular […]

  • January 27,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Predicting the College Basketball AP Top 25 Poll for Week 13

Week 12 of the college basketball season saw the preseason No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the AP Top 25 poll square off as Kentucky defeated Kansas in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge. The two schools are trending in opposite directions as February approaches. Here’s how we predict the Week 13 college basketball AP Top […]

  • January 23,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Here’s Why Patience Is Important After a Recent Coaching Hire

Chances are if you’re a college basketball fan residing in Bloomington, Indiana, Columbus, Ohio, or Lubbock, Texas, it’s likely been a frustrating last few weeks. Indiana lost its fifth straight game on Tuesday at Northwestern, Ohio State is 0-5 since the start of the New Year and Texas Tech has lost three in a row […]

  • January 16,2019
  • Andy Wittry

New Faces, New Places: Ranking the Latest College Football Head Coaching Hires

Despite Northern Illinois’ search for a head football coach, the coaching carousel across the country has begun to slow down now that it’s mid-January. Here are our new faces, new places tier rankings of head coaches who have been hired this offseason — with consideration given to each school, its conference, the potential candidate pool […]

  • January 9,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Here’s Alabama QB Jalen Hurts’ Potential Transfer Destinations

Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has officially entered the NCAA transfer portal, meaning other schools are now allowed to contact him. The 2016 SEC Offensive Player of the Year has played in the last three College Football Playoff National Championship games with the Crimson Tide, but he lost his role as the team’s starting quarterback to […]

  • January 8,2019
  • Andy Wittry

These Schools Could Potentially Become the Next UCF

During the 2017 and 2018 college football seasons, UCF had a 25-game run of undefeated play that spanned two different head coaches and two quarterbacks before coming to an end with a loss to LSU in the Fiesta Bowl. An undefeated season is rare, let alone nearly a two-season run without a loss, but which […]

  • November 15,2018
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Brett McMurphy’s Heisman Ballot: Waiting for Tua to Come Back to Earth

Because there were no huge upsets last week, my Heisman ballot remains unchanged from a week ago. Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa – bad knee and all – is the still the overwhelming favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. Some Heisman voters have asked a valid question about Tagovailoa’s status as the consensus No. 1 choice: How […]

  • November 6,2018
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Brett McMurphy’s Heisman Ballot: Will Grier Has a “Heisman Moment”

Stop the presses! Wait. Are there even any presses anymore? I guess I’m showing my age with that newspaper reference and on Saturday, Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa showed he’s human by – stop the presses! – throwing his first interception of the season. Tagovailoa’s streak of 194 consecutive passing attempts without an interception ended Saturday night […]

  • October 30,2018
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Brett McMurphy’s Heisman Ballot: Tua Tagovailoa Faces First Test

The suspense is killing me: is this the week we actually – dare I say it? – see Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa play in the fourth quarter? It hasn’t happened yet, but with the Crimson Tide visiting LSU Saturday night, it should be the toughest test for Tagovailoa – and Bama – this season. Tagovailoa had […]

  • October 23,2018
  • Andy Wittry

Which Six Ranked College Football Teams Are on Upset Alert for Week 9?

Of the 20 ranked teams that are in action this weekend, 14 of them play unranked opponents in Week 9. Las Vegas oddsmakers have three of those 14 listed as underdogs to unranked teams, while three other ranked teams are favored by less than seven points in matchups against unranked opponents. What’s the common link […]

  • October 18,2018
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Jeff Goodman Ranks the Top 30 Shooters in College Basketball Right Now

We did some research, consulted with coaches in every league, pored over the numbers – and even watched some tape. We know there are some guys that can lay claim to inclusion on the list, but here’s Stadium’s Top 30 Shooters in college basketball right now. We’ve got a pair of teammates, a brother tandem, […]


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