Old Dominion Monarchs

  • March 19,2019
  • Chinmay Vaidya

Previewing No. 3 Purdue vs. No. 14 Old Dominion: Date, Time, Players to Watch

This first-round battle features a traditional basketball powerhouse against a tournament newcomer, with Purdue making its fifth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance while Jeff Jones and Old Dominion go dancing for the first time in eight seasons. Overview Date/Time: Thursday, March 21, 9:50 PM ET kenpom.com projection: Purdue def. Old Dominion 72-59 Betting Line: Purdue -13 (Westgate […]

  • March 17,2019
  • Andy Wittry

2019 NCAA Tournament Automatic Bid Tracker: Conference Tournament Dates, Schedule

There will be 32 automatic bids earned to the 2019 NCAA Tournament over the course of the next two weeks. Many conference tournaments will be won by teams that would’ve made the NCAA Tournament regardless of how they fared in their conference tournament but some teams will “steal” valuable auto-bids, meaning they wouldn’t have made […]

  • September 28,2018
  • Wil Herrmuth

Inside College Football: West Virginia vs Texas Tech One of Three Huge Matchups

Week 4 Rewind   Top-25 Takeaways  Nebraska vs 19 Michigan Although the game ended as a 56-10 win for the Wolverines, this one wasn’t even that close. Scott Frost is still winless as the head coach of his alma mater and the losing streak will likely continue this week as Nebraska prepares for Purdue.   […]

  • September 25,2018
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Brett McMurphy’s Heisman Trophy Ballot Through Week 4

Each Tuesday, I will reveal my Heisman Trophy ballot if the season ended today — and, thankfully, it does not. Like the official Heisman ballot, I will list my top three in order. I also will list others who just missed my top three. I will update this each week, and while I won’t reveal […]

  • March 29,2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Top Returning Group of Five, Independent Running Backs For 2017

The FBS’ all-time leading rusher, San Diego State’s Donnel Pumphrey, played in the Mountain West for four seasons. Now that he’s headed to the NFL, who’ll take over as college football’s premier Group of Five running back?


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